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Join Our Upcoming Webinar on Opportunities for Photonic Chips

Join Our Upcoming Webinar on Opportunities for Photonic Chips

Robotics Research
Jan 25, 2023
Join Our Upcoming Webinar on Quantum Computers

Join Our Upcoming Webinar on Quantum Computers

Quantum Computers: What Are They and When Will They Create Commercial Value? In the last decade, the number of companies actively developing quantum computer hardware has quadrupled. In 2022 multiple funding rounds surpassing US$100 million have been closed, and the transition from lab-based toys to commercial products has begun.
Robotics Research
Jan 24, 2023
Deploying Materials Informatics: Is SaaS a One-Size-Fits-All Approach?

Deploying Materials Informatics: Is SaaS a One-Size-Fits-All Approach?

The materials industry is sometimes described as conservative, but digital transformation is well underway in the sector. Materials informatics - the application of data-centric approaches, including machine learning, to materials R&D - has the potential to be the most impactful arm of this process.
Robotics Research
Jan 17, 2023
Upcoming Webinar on Sensor for Robotics

Upcoming Webinar on Sensor for Robotics

The Road to More Intelligent Robots? Sensors are crucial for the value proposition behind many intelligent robotic systems. With the increasing demand for robots to handle complicated tasks, the growing adoption of robots, and the decreasing costs of sensors, the market for sensors in robotics is rapidly growing. It is expected to exceed US$80 billion by 2043. This fast growth and the substantial market size are partially driven by the growth of robots in the next two decades as a whole, but also expects sensors to capture an increasing proportion of the total value in robotic systems.
Robotics Research
Jan 17, 2023
Developments in Semiconductor Photonics: More Data, More Quickly

Developments in Semiconductor Photonics: More Data, More Quickly

As high-performance computing, artificial intelligence and machine learning algorithms, and even consumers become increasingly data-hungry, hardware struggles to keep pace. In addition, the need for real-time assessments of moving data points - such as for the accurate velocity-mapping of other objects in autonomous systems and facial recognition for security systems - is crucial to an increasingly hands-free society.
Robotics Research
Jan 11, 2023
IDTechEx Discusses the Pivotal Year Ahead for Quantum Computers

IDTechEx Discusses the Pivotal Year Ahead for Quantum Computers

IDTechEx have released a brand new report, "Quantum Computers 2023-2043". This report covers the hardware that promises a revolutionary approach to solving the world's unmet challenges.
Robotics Research
Jan 9, 2023
Smartify Robots - Critical Functions of Sensors in Robot Navigation

Smartify Robots - Critical Functions of Sensors in Robot Navigation

Robots, by definition, are machines with autonomy. Over the past several years, robots have gained significant momentum in a variety of industries, such as logistics and delivery, manufacturing, cleaning and disinfection, and daily services.
Robotics Research
Jan 5, 2023
6G - What Are the Important Technological Developments to Watch?

6G - What Are the Important Technological Developments to Watch?

While 5G mmWave has yet to take off, 6G research has already begun. But what exactly is 6G, and what are the emerging areas to watch?
Robotics Research
Dec 21, 2022
Quantum Computing: What This Game Needs Is a Goal

Quantum Computing: What This Game Needs Is a Goal

What does good look like? Whether trying to predict World Cup results or assess the relative merits of emerging technologies, establishing a meaningful set of performance benchmarks is crucial but challenging.
Robotics Research
Dec 14, 2022
What Are Cooperative Robots and Collaborative Robots?

What Are Cooperative Robots and Collaborative Robots?

Collaborative robots, also commonly known as cobots, refer to robots that work side-by-side with human operators. Unlike industrial robots that are separated from human operators, cobots share the same working space as humans. As a relatively new definition, cooperative robots sound like collaborative robots but represents a different nature of the operation.
Robotics Research
Jan 25, 2023
Join Our Upcoming Webinar on Quantum Computers

Join Our Upcoming Webinar on Quantum Computers

Quantum Computers: What Are They and When Will They Create Commercial Value? In the last decade, the number of companies actively developing quantum computer hardware has quadrupled. In 2022 multiple funding rounds surpassing US$100 million have been closed, and the transition from lab-based toys to commercial products has begun.
Robotics Research
Jan 17, 2023
Upcoming Webinar on Sensor for Robotics

Upcoming Webinar on Sensor for Robotics

The Road to More Intelligent Robots? Sensors are crucial for the value proposition behind many intelligent robotic systems. With the increasing demand for robots to handle complicated tasks, the growing adoption of robots, and the decreasing costs of sensors, the market for sensors in robotics is rapidly growing. It is expected to exceed US$80 billion by 2043. This fast growth and the substantial market size are partially driven by the growth of robots in the next two decades as a whole, but also expects sensors to capture an increasing proportion of the total value in robotic systems.
Robotics Research
Jan 11, 2023
IDTechEx Discusses the Pivotal Year Ahead for Quantum Computers

IDTechEx Discusses the Pivotal Year Ahead for Quantum Computers

IDTechEx have released a brand new report, "Quantum Computers 2023-2043". This report covers the hardware that promises a revolutionary approach to solving the world's unmet challenges.
Robotics Research
Jan 5, 2023
6G - What Are the Important Technological Developments to Watch?

6G - What Are the Important Technological Developments to Watch?

While 5G mmWave has yet to take off, 6G research has already begun. But what exactly is 6G, and what are the emerging areas to watch?
Robotics Research
Dec 14, 2022
What Are Cooperative Robots and Collaborative Robots?

What Are Cooperative Robots and Collaborative Robots?

Collaborative robots, also commonly known as cobots, refer to robots that work side-by-side with human operators. Unlike industrial robots that are separated from human operators, cobots share the same working space as humans. As a relatively new definition, cooperative robots sound like collaborative robots but represents a different nature of the operation.
Robotics Research
Jan 24, 2023
Deploying Materials Informatics: Is SaaS a One-Size-Fits-All Approach?

Deploying Materials Informatics: Is SaaS a One-Size-Fits-All Approach?

The materials industry is sometimes described as conservative, but digital transformation is well underway in the sector. Materials informatics - the application of data-centric approaches, including machine learning, to materials R&D - has the potential to be the most impactful arm of this process.
Robotics Research
Jan 17, 2023
Developments in Semiconductor Photonics: More Data, More Quickly

Developments in Semiconductor Photonics: More Data, More Quickly

As high-performance computing, artificial intelligence and machine learning algorithms, and even consumers become increasingly data-hungry, hardware struggles to keep pace. In addition, the need for real-time assessments of moving data points - such as for the accurate velocity-mapping of other objects in autonomous systems and facial recognition for security systems - is crucial to an increasingly hands-free society.
Robotics Research
Jan 9, 2023
Smartify Robots - Critical Functions of Sensors in Robot Navigation

Smartify Robots - Critical Functions of Sensors in Robot Navigation

Robots, by definition, are machines with autonomy. Over the past several years, robots have gained significant momentum in a variety of industries, such as logistics and delivery, manufacturing, cleaning and disinfection, and daily services.
Robotics Research
Dec 21, 2022
Quantum Computing: What This Game Needs Is a Goal

Quantum Computing: What This Game Needs Is a Goal

What does good look like? Whether trying to predict World Cup results or assess the relative merits of emerging technologies, establishing a meaningful set of performance benchmarks is crucial but challenging.
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