"Robot Density" typically refers to the number of robots per unit of space or workforce in a particular area or industry. It's often used to measure the prevalence or concentration of robots in a given context. The term can be applied in various fields, such as manufacturing, logistics, or even in broader discussions about the integration of robotics into society. High robot density in manufacturing, for example, might indicate a high level of automation in a factory, where robots are extensively used in the production process. In a broader societal context, discussions about robot density might involve considerations of the impact of automation on employment, the economy, and the overall workforce.

Here is the IFR report for Robot Density in the World.