• Theme: Robotics - Automation - Industrial IT

    Amid the Brexit confusion, technology is not often mentioned but isn’t necessarily forgotten. Some high-profile tech companies have hinted they might leave the UK. But others think the change could bring huge benefits in terms of growth and advances in technology. One company that does not see Brexit as a real threat...

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    HP has launched an ad campaign featuring Christian Slater, TV’s Mr. Robot, to warn against cyber threats to printers. The first episode of this web advertising series can be found here, Slater plays a hacker infiltrating business computers via mail room printers to find “the info I’m looking for.” This ad appears a...

    The Chinese company DJI officially announced the Matrice 200 series drones at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. They can be used for inspecting infrastructure, monitoring large construction projects and for police, firefighter and other public agency applications. During a demonstration, a DJI employee flew a...

    Bring-your-own-device policies are ever more common at work. But companies allowing this practice are not always aware of the cyber threats. Cyber vulnerability was a major theme at Mobile World Congress. How can companies protect themselves from risks posed by the use of personal mobile devices at work? Here are some...

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    After years of tests, researchers at the University of Illinois have just revealed a recipe for making your own bio-bots. The team explains each step of the 3D printing process, from the skeleton to the tissue and muscle actuator, as well as the tools required. Only eight days are needed to print these muscle-powered...

    Sigfox, Qowisio, LoRa by Objenious, Matooma, RPMA by Ingenu. These IoT networks are engaged in a tech battle. With the IoT sector expected to reach 21 billion connected objects in 2020 according to IT research firm Gartner, the need for efficient connectivity is huge. But between narrow-band, spread spectrum and...

    How do you protect critical infrastructure or sensitive areas from the spying eyes of a drone? With sensors and software rather than lasers and guns.   Unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) are becoming the eyes in the sky for farmers, oilrig workers, realtors and many others, enabling them to perform previously impossible...

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    The next industrial revolution may be zooming around just above our heads. From maximizing crop yields to inspecting wind turbines and checking insurance claims, the increasing capability, affordability and availability of unmanned aerial vehicles, or drones, is set to radically change the way many companies do...

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    University of Pennsylvania’s GRASP Labs (General Robotics, Automation, Sensing & Perception) will see its leading-edge research on unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) reach the market through Exyn Technologies. The IP developed at GRASP includes aerial robots not only generate maps of structures and spaces, but can work in...

    Planting seeds, harvesting fruit and organizing greenhouses are all typical farm tasks. But will they remain so? Farm robots have started entering the field and might even determine what will be produced.   Global sales of agricultural robots are increasing and could reach $16.3 billion by 2020, according to a report...

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