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20 Top Automation Advances of 2020

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From developments in robotics and artificial intelligence to smart manufacturing and the Internet of Things, we bring you this wrap up of some of the most important automation and motion control developments of 2020.

Despite Coronavirus, the world of automation kept plugging along and saw many advances in 2020. From developments in robotics and artificial intelligence to smart manufacturing and the Internet of Things, we bring you this wrap up of some of the most important developments in automation from 2020.

  1. 16 Tools for Smart Manufacturing
  2. Hyper Automation, Multi Experience, And Securing AI (Or Baby Yoda)
  3. Digital Twins Gain Traction in Manufacturing
  4. Out of this World GM Robotics Come Down to Earth in its Factories
  5. 50 Top Private Engineering Firms of 2020
  6. 4 Benefits of Packaging Automation for Pharmacies Amid COVID-19
  7. 16 Robots that Shaped Engineers
  8. Grocery Automation Is Accelerating Thanks to the Coronavirus
  9. Farmers Up Their Productivity with Automation Systems
  10. 6 Keys to Digital Agility in Automation
  11. 3 Robotics Predictions for the Remainder of 2020
  12. Can Robotics and AI Save us from Ourselves?
  13. How the Future of Packaging Automation Will Be Ruled by Robots
  14. Fighting Fires and Floods with Robotics, AI, and IoT
  15. The Future of IoT Includes Edge Computing, AI, and Blockchain
  16. How to Add IoT Connectivity to Your Garage Door Opener
  17. How to Build a Better Digital Twin
  18. How to Build a Better Robot Application
  19. Manufacturers Using Low-Code to Fast-track Automation Apps
  20. Creating Autonomous Robots for Space

 

 

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