North America expanded its robotics adoption advantage among railroad companies in the three months to May.
The number of roles in North America accounted for 69.8% of all robotics jobs, up from 52.4% in the same quarter last year.
Since then, the role of robotics in Europe has changed by -18.5 percentage points year-on-year.
The numbers are edited by GlobalData, which keeps track of the number of new jobs from major companies in various sectors over time. Then use text analysis to categorize these classified ads by theme.
Global Data’s thematic approach to sector activity aims to group key corporate information by topic to identify the best companies to survive the disruption that the industry is causing.
These key themes, including robotics, have been chosen to cover “every problem that awakens the CEO at night.”
By tracking them throughout your classified ads, you can see which companies are leading and behind specific issues, and, importantly, where the market is expanding and contracting.
Which countries in the railroad industry have the fastest growing robotics classified ads?
The fastest growing country is the United States, which saw 51.5% of all robotics classified ads in the three months to May 2021 and increased to 69.5% in the three months to May this year. ..
This was followed by the Netherlands (up 5.6 percentage points), Finland (0.6) and Sweden (-0.3).
The United States is the leading country in the role of robotics in the rail industry, with 69.5% of all roles advertised in the three months to May.
Which cities and locations are the biggest hubs for robotics workers in the rail industry?
In the three months to May, about 14.4% of the role of robotics in the rail industry was advertised in Atlanta (USA).
This was followed by Alpharetta (USA) at 10.5%, Louisville (USA) at 7.6%, and Mahua (USA) at 7.2%.
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