Automated Sewing Machines Bring Change to Fast Fashion Precision sewing machines use computer vision to drastically reduce the cost of producing garments. The robotic system brings supply chains close to the customer, enabling companies to offer on-demand manufacturing, fast fulfillment, and customized clothing, while reducing overstock and waste.  
Smart Glasses, Augmented Reality Add Fuel to Boeing’s Assembly Line Boeing designs and manufactures some of the world’s most complex machines–jet engines and aircraft. Boeing technicians in charge of wiring new planes have no room for error and need constant access to diagrams, schematics, and parts. To meet those requirements, Boeing uses a combination of augmented reality, smart glasses, voice recognition, and connected cloud-based systems, equipping its technicians with a hands-free solution for faster, accurate assembly and troubleshooting.  
Companies Step Up to Meet Rising Ventilator Demand, Energy Needs for Hospitals With coronavirus infections still increasing, the supply of ventilators for patients is falling short. Companies including Co-Vents and Bloom Energy are working non-stop to meet demand and also helping field hospitals keep the life-saving machinery running with clean microgrid power.  

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