The main R&D and production of robots are concentrated in the US and Japan. According to USA’s Robotic Industries Association (RIA), in 2010 US companies have purchased 49% more robots in money equivalent than in 2009. 51% of orders came from automobile industry. In 2010 usage of robots was growing by 90% in metal-working, by 66% in electronics, by 57% in plastics and rubber manufacturing, by 47% in FMCG manufacturing, by 26% in medical care and pharma. Japan is leading in three main directions: industrial robotics, construction robotics and entertainment robotics. Robots are also used in aeronautics and space, nuclear energy, sea operations, various R&D, transportation and agriculture. The world’s robotics market is constantly growing. According to Japanese Robotics Association, in 2025 the robotics market will reach the volume of $66,4 billion, which is 6 times higher than in 2005. The most promising segments of robotics market as seen by market researchers are warehousing and transportation.