Are Robots The Future Of Construction
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Construction Robots Market is expected to grow at a CAGR of roughly 10.1% over the next five years
(Feb 2019) Europe and North America are dominating the construction robots market; in future, China and Japan will play more important roles in future, especially in China, now extremely vibrant and more players
Architects anticipate robots on construction sites
(Feb 2019) Architects are using robots to get ready for the future of construction. The automotive industry has already proven how helpful robots can be for industrial settings where they can do the heavy liftin
Chinese Scientists Building Solar Space Station, Projecting that 3D Printing & Robotics Will Assist in the Future
(Feb 2019) Once again, 3D printing and robotics are to be called on as futuristic . China’s Science and Technology Daily reported that construction has already begun on a space power plant in Chongqing
Challenges, Solutions of the Future Discussed at Biggexchange
(Feb 2019) “The future of construction lies in the field of prefabrication and integrated . His presentation included 3D-printed concrete houses, a digital wood construction process with the help of robots, an
Report Details the Role of Drones in Construction
(Feb 2019) Christian Sanz, CEO of specialized machine learning company Skycatch, said, “Automation in construction is no longer something to look out for—four or five years in the future. When you go to a job si
Construction begins on Anna Hiss Gym to house robotics programs
(Feb 2019) Last week, construction began on the Anna Hiss Gymnasium to house UT robotics programs . the gym so that it reflects their current and future needs, Stone said. “Our vision would be that
Special Report: State of the Construction Industry 2019
(Feb 2019) If states start delaying projects in response to uncertainty over the future of . will help, construction’s skills shortages will likely ultimately be solved by the emergence and diffusion of new te
Are robots better than HR at ‘reading’ emotions? – Human Capital
on 22nd of Feb 2019 Are robots better than HR at ‘reading’ emotions? Human Capital
With an intense understanding of psychology and sociology, the HR profession has long depended on the social sciences to analyse workplace behaviour and .
If you have read recent headlines related to the coming age of the artificial intelligence (AI) workforce, you might think the future for lawyers is bleak. A quick scan .
Aquatic microorganism could inspire soft robots able to move fast in narrow spaces – Science Daily
(Feb 2019) Aquatic microorganism could inspire soft robots able to move fast in narrow spaces Science Daily
Date: February 21, 2019; Source: Scuola Internazionale Superiore di Studi Avanzati; Summary: Euglena cells are unicellular organisms that spend most of their .
Let the Robots Do the Dirty Work, Say UK Workers – EHS Today
on 22nd of Feb 2019 Let the Robots Do the Dirty Work, Say UK Workers EHS Today
UK employees want robots to take over the unhealthy, hazardous or monotonous jobs.
By creating a mobile app and robots that prepare and serve orders, Bbox provides cheaper, more efficient coffee, and plans to expand its technology to more .
Underwater robots (and the future) are here – NBC2 News
on 22nd of Feb 2019 Underwater robots (and the future) are here NBC2 News
Students at Babcock Neighborhood School built and tested their remotely operated underwater vehicles.
6 takeaways from Fraunhofer IPA’s ROS-I Conference – Robot Report
on 22nd of Feb 2019 6 takeaways from Fraunhofer IPA’s ROS-I Conference Robot Report
Thilo Zimmermann of Fraunhofer IPA shares six key takeaways from the 2018 ROS-Industrial Conference in Stuggart, Germany.
Robots track moving objects with unprecedented precision: System uses RFID tags to home in on targets; could benefit robotic manufacturing, collaborative drones, and other applications – Science Daily
(Feb 2019) Robots track moving objects with unprecedented precision: System uses RFID tags to home in on targets; could benefit robotic manufacturing, collaborative drones, and other applications Science Daily
A novel system uses RFID tags to help robots home in on moving objects with unprecedented speed and accuracy. The system could enable greater .
Gov. Mifflin students win award at robotics competition – Reading Eagle
Feb 23rd, 2019 03:22 UTC Gov. Mifflin students win award at robotics competition Reading Eagle
They’re not perfect, but eight Gov. Mifflin elementary school students are excellent. At least that was the verdict after they competed in the VEX Ro.
The latest edition of The Robot Report, which ran as a special section dedicated to collaborative robotics inside the February 2019 issue of Design World.