Driverless trucks and cars are likely coming soon. They are envisioned to save time and money and help the environment – but they may also throw millions out of work.In a society that largely identifies worth through what one does, the economic shock may be matched by the social one.Read More
The report, Smart Cities and Cost Savings, studied the potential combined cost-savings for typical smart mega cities – those with at least 10 million inhabitants – in coming years -- Governments stand to save up to $4.95 billion each year from the proliferation of smart city tech.Read More
Hitachi’s EMIEW3 robot, interfaced with this airport and its passengers, is an excellent listener and provider of information. New active-learning AI technology promises to improve the quality of customer service provided by the human symbiotic robot.Read More
Amazon’s warehouses, which now employ more than 125,000 people across the United States, are being outfitted with the latest in robots and tech, but not at the expense of human jobs.
Northern Kentucky Tri-ED's Smart Factory Panel Discussion on August 265th focused on how smart manufacturing, robotics, and automation are changing manufacturing in America - Tony Canonaco, President of Balluff, Inc., John Baines, President of HAHN Automation, and Craig Todd, CEO of Amend Consulting. Moderated by Paul Miklautsch, Co-Founder of Start Something Bold.Read More
Huawei and Festo sign MoU for smart manufacturing collaboration; Cloud-based robotics will test new Robot as a Service (RaaS) concept; Moves computation from the robot to the fabrication cloud; Concept uses 5G slicing technology for ultra reliability and low latencyRead More