Can we achieve the world average robot density ?
Robot density is a measurement of level of automation in a country. It's measured by using number of robots divides by 10,000 employees. The higher this number means more workers are free from doing dull, dirty and dangerous jobs.
Advanced countries usually have more than 100 robots per 10,000 employees. The world's average is 66.
For Malaysia, this number is only about 30.
Greenamics Technology is commited to help Malaysia to achieve the world average of 66.