Autonomous Robots Armed with UV Light Join Fight Against COVID-19 Disinfecting strategies that use chemical-based cleaners put workers at risk of infection, are time consuming, drain resources, and can be impractical for frequently used rooms. Now, robots with UV lights are disinfecting public areas more efficiently and safely.
Companies Turn to Wearable IoT Technology to Safeguard Workers Wearable technologies provide companies with an easy way to ensure social distancing, prevent group clustering, and provide contact tracing as employees return to the workplace. New technologies are flexible enough to work in the factory, office, or in the field.
Accelerate Industry 4.0 with Modern Industrial PCs Industry 4.0 will lead to the creation of smart factories, with machines that can communicate with each other. Backed by AI and insights from raw data, these machines could be empowered to configure production processes and make modifications in real-time to optimize operations.
Sterilization Nation: Airlines, Hotels Turn to UV-light, Robotics to Fight COVID-19 Electrostatic sprayers and UV-light sanitation systems provide airlines and hotels with high-end disinfection procedures, easing corporate and consumer cleanliness concerns. IoT technologies, robotics, and classic chemistry will allow airlines and hotels to reopen safely and efficiently amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Surviving the Supply and Demand Disruptions of the Pandemic Hard-hit businesses have to pivot to find new revenue streams, and farmers struggle to find buyers for an abundance of milk and produce. How can the supply chain improve its technology to better match supply and demand?
Sports Brands Pivot to Produce Protective Gear for Health Workers Athletic-gear manufacturers swap athletic equipment for medical supplies to aid in the COVID-19 pandemic. By retooling their operations and reprogramming equipment, manufacturers are making much-needed supplies to protect front-line healthcare employees.
Tablet-operated Robotic Printer Delivers New Model for Fast, Affordable Housing The pandemic crisis has heightened the need for housing and shelter projects to move as quickly as possible to completion. Using 3D printing robotics and modeling software, ICON modified the traditional approach to construction and is building micro-homes for less than $4,000 each.