While fitness tech has been one of the fastest-growing sectors in the world since 2016, the pandemic might just have triggered the sharpest growth in the industry yet. Digital fitness trends will shape the next decade. Fitness providers were also beginning to identify the demand for virtual training and recognize the potential of online services which are giving rise to an era of technology-driven fitness.
3D printed end-use parts are going onto vehicles with increasing frequency. Recent real-world examples showcase additive manufacturing benefits in design, weight savings and more.
With the rise of global awareness of environmental protection, the development of new energy sources to replace the old power generation methods has become one of the important development goals of governments in various countries. One of the least polluting methods of generating electricity is with solar energy.
Robotic process automation (RPA) is a technology that mimics the way humans interact with software to perform high-volume, repeatable tasks. RPA technology creates software programs or bots that can log into applications, enter data, calculate and complete tasks, and copy data between applications or workflow as required.
Technology supports and drives innovation. Technological advancements allow manufacturers to create higher quality goods, increase production speeds, lower expenses, and realize more efficient operations to become more competitive.
Through machine learning and neural networks, AI technologies power self-driving car systems that can drive autonomously. A self-driving car is a vehicle that uses a combination of sensors, cameras, radar and artificial intelligence (AI) to travel between destinations without a human operator. To qualify as fully autonomous, a vehicle must be able to navigate without human intervention to a predetermined destination over roads that have not been adapted for its use.
4.0 Automation technologies, through the IIoT (Industrial Internet of Things) connect, control and monitor networks of manufacturing and processing machines, devices, robots and cloud information in real time via Cloud Monitoring. This allows them to learn, operate and function automatically, minimizing human intervention and optimizing production.
Edge computing will grow in importance as manufacturers see the development of the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT). The interconnected factory, designed for manufacturing automation, will become an essential corporate goal.
Medical technologies are products, services or solutions that save and improve people’s lives. In addition to advanced medical technologies, healthy activity and nutrition play important roles in our daily healthcare.
Over the last two years, the auto industry has experienced a great deal of turbulence. From the begin of the pandemic when dealerships have been pressured to shut down, to a huge bounce back in car purchases in the last year. But possibly the most surprising section was once the evolution and velocity at which auto retailers, dealerships and producers pivoted to digital options in order to serve their customers.
All industries related to products or services that aim to improve human health are called health care industries. These include food, clothing, housing, transportation, education, medicine, medical treatment, and care. While also putting an emphasis on protecting the earth and sustainable development, the health care industry is full of infinite possibilities and business opportunities.
Amazon Web Services, Microsoft Azure, and Google Cloud account for 80% of the global cloud market. Which one is right for your operations?
The world attaches great importance to carbon reduction initiatives, and the EU promotes a policy of carbon emission tariffs which will affect the global business economy.
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To strictly manage risks, medical systems usually adopt technologies that matured yesterday. The market promotion of AI innovative technology applications is facing challenges, and relevant regulations must also keep pace with the times.
The medical equipment industry is a cross-disciplinary technology industry with a number of diverse industrial characteristics. With changes in disease patterns, product development, and medical technology advancements, its mainstream products will become increasingly advanced. Countries have invested considerable resources and consider the development of medical products a key priority.
The global population is rapidly seeing an irreversible trend to longer lifespans, and this trend will inevitably lead to an increase in chronically ill patients. To meet the needs of an aging society, the pursuit of better medical services and quality medical products has become a common global issue.