BOTZ provides exposure to companies involved in the adoption and utilization of robotics and artificial intelligence (AI), including those involved with industrial manufacturing, medicine, autonomous vehicles, and other applications.

The Robotics and AI ETF includes exposure to industries like industrial machinery 30.0%, electronic equipment & instruments 11.6%, health care equipment 11.2%, electronic components 9.4% and electric equipment 8.1%. Top holdings include ABB Ltd 8.1%, SMC Corp 7.8% and Mitsubishi Electric Corp 7.6%.

Country weights include a hefty 46.1% Japan exposure, along with U.S. 20.4%, Switzerland 10.5%, U.K. 5.7%, Netherlands 4.7%, Germany 4.3%, Canada 4.3%, Finland 3.4% and France 0.7%.

BOTZ will be competing against the established he Robo-Stox Global Robotics & Automation Index ETF (NasdaqGM: ROBO).

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Lastly, SNSR targets companies involved in the the development and manufacturing of semiconductors and sensors, integrated products and solutions, and applications serving smart grids, smart homes, connected cars, and the industrial Internet.

Top sub-sector weights include semiconductors 34.7%, electrical components & equipment 15.4%, communications equipment 10.0%, consumer electronics 6.3% and health care equipment 6.1%. The largest holdings include Garmin 6.3%, Skyworks SOlutions 6.3% and Dexcom 6.1%.

Country breakdowns include U.S 52.4%, Netherlands 19.0%, Switzerland 8.3%, Taiwan 5.1%, France 4.2%, U.K. 2.9%, Cayman Islands 2.4%, Austria 2.1% and Ireland 1.8%.

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