nonautomotive

nonautomotive

(ˌnɒnˌɔːtəˈməʊtɪv)
adj
not automotive or associated with automobiles
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Of those, 16,702 shipments were to nonautomotive companies--a 41% increase.
Robots were shipped to North American companies in record numbers last year, with more nonautomotive companies installing robots than ever before, according to new statistics from the Robotic Industries Association (RIA), part of the Association for Advancing Automation (A3).
In 2017, nonautomotive robotic orders increased by 20.5 percent regarding total units and 7.3 percent in dollars, according to the Robotics Industries Association.
"The ISO certification allows ACT to diversify into nonautomotive products, which will help us secure new business in other key markets."
In 2014, China had just 11 robots per 10,000 employees in nonautomotive industries, and just 213 per 10,000 employees on automotive assembly lines.
However, using parking structures for any nonautomotive use isn't easy because they typically have low ceilings and sloped floors, although some architects are now designing parking structures with future uses in mind.
What enables a relatively small, family-owned custom molder to dominate industry heavyweights like Kautex Textron, ABC Group Fuel Systems (now YAPP USA Automotive Systems), and Walbro in the specialty niche of nonautomotive barrier fuel tanks?
The automotive industry spent 87 billion [pounds sterling] on R&D in 2014, not including expenditure by traditionally nonautomotive companies such as Google and Apple.
Considered an economic bellwether, Wal-Mart accounts for nearly 10 percent of nonautomotive retail spending in the United States.
Wal-Mart, based in Bentonville, is considered an economic bellwether because the retailer accounts for nearly 10 percent of nonautomotive retail spending in the U.S.
And you can use them for nonautomotive projects too.