According to a new innovation report, the following are the top-ranking countries in the world of technology:
From making out-of-this-world car engines to creating video games, optical clocks, and robotics, Japan manufactures – and even uses – just about anything you can think of. Known as the “Land of the Rising Sun,” Japan is home to a slew of market-leading companies such as Sony and Toyota. Other notable companies include Honda, Nissan, Panasonic, Mitsubishi, and Nissan. As of 2017, Japan was home to 51 out of the Fortune Global 500 companies, according to Fortune.
Beyond its internationally renowned K-Pop artists, South Korea is also known for its deep-rooted and highly developed digital interface, which has been created over many years. The country has the third highest number of broadband internet users in the world, and it is also a global leader in electronics, digital displays, and mobile phones, among other things. Consumer goods behemoth Samsung is headquartered in South Korea, along are many other well-known companies such as Hyundai. The government’s determination to propel the country’s technology industry is the driving force behind the country’s aggressive technical approach.
China is not only the unchallenged leader in manufacturing, but it is also the top in technology. Self-driving cars to cancer diagnosis, artificial intelligence to solar panels, electric vehicles to battery technology to telecom infrastructure to mobile apps – China is the clear leader in every sector of innovation. China is now concentrating its efforts on the semiconductor industry, which is considered the crown jewel of digital technologies.
The United States is a superpower nation that also holds the same position in the technological sphere, thanks to the large expenditure allocated to its research and development effort. The United States, which is home to a large number of well-known semiconductor and internet companies, dominates the digital and internet domains. Facebook, Twitter, Google, Dell, Microsoft, and a slew of other technology behemoths have their headquarters in the United States. The technological prowess of the United States military is impressive in its own right, as seen by the presence of tech-savvy drones, stealth bombs, and warships among its vast fleet of combat equipment.
In the international market for industrial and mechanical engineering, Germany holds a 19.1 percent share of the market. Since the Second World War, it has had a highly developed technological orientation. BMW, Porsche, Mercedes, Volkswagen, and Audi are just a few of the well-known names that come from Germany in the automobile business. Their next focus will be on the development of manufacturing robots. The German lighting business Osram is credited as being the driving force behind the development of low-energy LED lighting.