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    Exploratory workshop on the Social Impacts of Robotics

Daiwa Securities America Inc.

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TABLE 12

Auto

35. 5%

19. 9%

30.5%

33. 6%

34. 5%

38. 4%

Electric Appliance

9.6

12.8

20.9

23.1

24.6

17.5

Machinery

4.5

5.6

7.6

8.8

7.0

5.3

Metal Products

5.8

3.8

5.8

3.4

7.1

9.0

Exports

2.9

4.2

2.3

4.5

2.5

1.9

However, the automobile industry still dominated the sphere of sophis- ticated robots.

Breakdown of Industrial Robots by User (In Value) Japanese Definition

1974

1975

1976

1977

1978

(P - Preliminary announcement of JIRA)

1979

1980P

30. o% 36.0

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Automobile

61. 5%

52. 4%

Electric Appliance

10.3

11.6

Machinery

3.9

8.3

Metal Products

4.4

5.7

Exports

5.9

6.0

Others

14.0

16.0

Shipments of Playback Robots by User (4/1/80 - 10/1/80)

Unit

Value

The large percentage of exports of playback robots compared to the less than 2% export share of total industrial robot production indicates the direction of Japan’s export policy.

Since the playback robot seems to be concentrated heavily in the automotive industry, an analysis of the type of work performed by playback could indicate relative use:

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