South Korea had been rated to be among the top ten countries in the world that make use of robots the most. According to the report released by the World Economic Forum (WEF), it says that South Korean industries make use of more than 631 robots in every 10,000 human works in any industry in the country which is the highest proportion so far in anywhere in the world.
The report was made when the WEF was compiling the list of the top ten countries in the world that have already started using for major industrial purposes especially the manufacturing aspects.
South Korea was found to be a country with so much commitment to such that the quantity of products coming out from the country outweighs that of some countries with a larger population.
Almost every factory, warehouses, supermarkets, and medium scale industries in the country has various types of robots that suit their mode of operation, that has not only helped increase their efficiency, it has also made their to be growing faster due to the increased output in their operations.
A country with such presence can easily compete in any production target with other nations and it can make a small population acquire the ability for incredible mass production of goods with accuracy.
The with flexible arms numbering in their hundreds were captured by the WEF during the covering. The were featured carrying out a series of activities in a production line with the help of their flexible arms and joints. The are helping the South Korean to overcome the backdrop of human workers.
WEF went ahead to name other countries with heavy presence in them, and they includes; Taiwan, China, Belgium, and few Asian countries, etc. however, in the report, Europe and America were rated to be higher based on the thousands of that exists in them.
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— Brett King (@BrettKing) July 14, 2018
Originally posted 2018-07-15 07:58:25.
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