Spain is already the eleventh country in the world with the highest rate of robotization in day-to-day processes, be present in most sectors of the economy, according to the data of the Spanish Association of Robotics and Automation.
The tasks of these robots in the country go through the driving of meters and railways, the automobile manufacturing, microscopic surgery, intelligent vending machines or the deactivation of potentially explosive devices.
For CEAC Vocational Training at a Distance, this penetration in Spanish society means a "golden opportunity" for workers, since it implies the need to design, manufacture and maintain robots that facilitate productive technical processes in a wide variety of sectors.
In fact, CEAC warns of a lack of specialized technicians in robotics in Spain that can bring these functions to terms, something that can be learned with notions of programming, such as the most common components and sensors in the field of robotics.
Currently, they are already 34,000 robots working at full capacity in large companies in Spain and 90% of multinationals present in Spain have some degree of robotization in their daily processes.