Last year, the Association for Advancing Automation (A3) surveyed our members about their companies’ adoption of AI. More than 76% of respondents felt that AI will be important to their companies in the next 3 years.
AI is powering predictive systems, increasing the capabilities of robots, improving the precision of machine vision, and helping businesses optimize their processes to improve quality and reduce waste.
The emerging trend is already being implemented in robotics on the move in logistics, healthcare, mining, agriculture, construction and more, and is enabling supervised autonomy and machine learning.
Deep learning promises to extend the discipline’s capabilities by introducing a humanlike ability to judge and learn from image data.
Human-robot interaction and collaboration are becoming less novelty — and the conversation is shifting from coexistence to direct interaction. Emerging examples can be found in healthcare, rehabilitation, hospitality and cleaning robots.
Robots are getting smarter. They are sharing data, becoming more autonomous and have elements of complex decision-making built-right-in. Here’s how this will help today’s manufacturer?
Learn about these networking technologies and discover the pros and cons of keeping data close to home, versus sending it away as part of a cloud integration.
Sensing technologies are always evolving – and as they improve they are increasing the capabilities of end of arm tooling (EOAT), the most important robot accessory.
Machine vision experts have categorized deep learning in many ways: an industry disruptor, a step in the evolutionary chain, even as the industry’s next frontier.
How emerging AI technologies are enhancing traditional robotic and machine vision systems, opening new applications and leading to better ROI.
Automation and artificial intelligence will help mitigate the effects of an aging and shrinking agricultural workforce.
Robotic surgery is on the cutting edge with flexible robots and machine learning. Robots go where traditional surgical tools can’t, and perform tasks unimaginable without sophisticated algorithms and advanced motion control technology.