Shoulder and back injuries, along with general fatigue, are quietly stealing worker quality of life and plant productivity. They’re problems screaming for a solution, and by all accounts, industrial exoskeletons are the best answer.
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Because the iPhone X hasn't met sales projections, the demand for organic light-emitting diode (OLED) screens isn't what's been expected by its manufacturers.
Welcome to the future of electronic and material science—ultrasonic additive manufacturing leverages high-frequency vibrations in the 3D metal printing process.
Autonomous package delivery is the key to Ford's self-driving future, and they are now proving the model with pizza.
Elon Musk and new Uber CEO Dara Khosrowshahi recently had a social media spat over which is better: flying cars or the Hyperloop. Is it really a debate that they both could transform how the world does business?
5G may not be a known commodity right now, but in five years may have one billion subscriptions.
Mars is the most reasonable place in space to send humans, but it's more reasonable to send robots first.
The automaker has developed a magnet for the motors that as much as halves the use of a rare earth called neodymium and eliminates the use of others.