Artificial intelligence is positioning itself as the transformative technology of the century. The speed at which it is improving manufacturing operations leaves the industry with two options: Embrace the machines or get left behind.
A startup out of MIT has developed an innovative new coating that prevents even the most viscous liquids from adhering to process equipment. If the concept sticks, it could mean major disruptions across the industry.
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.
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?