Technologically Advanced Countries in the World

Technology is the application of scientific knowledge for practical purposes, especially in industry. Many nations worldwide have used technology to enhance the quality of life of their people. Here is the list of most technologically advanced countries in the world:

Japan

It has made tremendous contributions in a variety of fields, which include electronics, machinery, automobiles, industrial robotics, semiconductors, metals, earthquake engineering, and optics. Since 1973, the country has become less dependent on imported fuel due to the invention of nuclear reactors, supplying almost 34% of their electricity.

United States

It is one of the fastest growing technological countries in the world. Space technology has been very important for the Americans. With their inventions, they were the first to send Neil Armstrong on the moon. Space Explorations, pharmaceuticals, defense system and telecommunications have been their main focus. This nation has produced the world’s biggest technology companies like Google, Facebook, Apple, Intel, IBM, and Microsoft.

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South Korea

It is the birth-place of technology companies like LG, Hyundai, and Samsung. These brands are competing with global technology brands like Apple and Toyota. South Korean scientists have made significant contributions in fields like robotics.

Israel

Around 35% of Israel’s exports are technology related and when it comes to space science, it is among the best countries. It is also known for its innovations in the defense industry. Israel developed the first Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) with real-time surveillance. It is also among the few nations on the planet that use modern infrastructure and electric cars.

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Germany

Germany has been a high-tech nation for decades. It has been known for its contributions and advancements in the field of engineering. German research scientists have contributed in the field like space, travel, and nanotechnology. It is home to many automotive giants, such as Audi, BMW, Porsche, Volkswagen, and Mercedes-Benz.

India

Most of the new software technology comes from India. All the advice needed to the silicon valley are drawn from India. India has a lot of natural resources which is extracted and used positively for better purposes and technological advancements.

Russia

Dubbed as the ‘Big Daddy’ in the field of machinery, Russia was the first ever country to launch a human-made object to reach the surface of the moon. It was called the Soviet Union’s Luna 2. Apart from space technology, Russia also excels in the creation of high-tech defense systems. In fact, their S300, S400, S500, and the ICBM long-range surface-to-air missile systems are the most efficient.

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Finland

It is well-known for high-tech projects and healthcare facilities. It was once a world leader in the world of mobile communications. It is the birth-place of Nokia. Now- a-days the nation is concentrating on biosciences energy and environmental sciences.

United Kingdom

The United Kingdom is the world’s first industrialized nation. It is credited with the discovery of hydrogen, Jet engine, Locomotive engine, World Wide Web, Electric motor, Incandescent light bulb, and Commercial electrical telegraph were invented in the UK. Britain’s recent technologies include the Unmanned Combat Air Vehicle, BAE Systems Taranis.

Canada

It has a highly developed technology sector. The nation specializes in biotechnology and space exploration; it allocates 1.8% of its GDP for Research and Development of new technologies. This country is the first to introduce chipless credits and debit cards, advanced supersonic twin-engined, Avro Arrow, and interact machines.

 

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