In Rwanda, a company called Zipline is using drones to deliver blood to remote hospitals. In regions where roads are impassable or non-existent, drones will increasingly be used to move supplies and people.
Germany is testing a new system of electrified road transportation that will enable battery-powered trucks to recharge while driving.
Google Lens, the company’s image recognition technology, is advancing into augmented reality (AR). This will have wide-ranging implications for search engine optimization (SEO).
Renault’s stock price takes a hit after the arrest of Carlos Gosn in Japan. Will this affect the development of the company’s fully autonomous, clean energy concept car called EZ-GO?
Tesla’s Gigafactory in Sparks, Nevada is a highly automated facility designed to produce batteries at a faster, cheaper, and more efficient rate.
Japan has a demographics challenge — its population is declining. As a result, the country is spearheading research into advanced robotics that will supplement, or maybe even supplant, its workforce.
The last mile in a supply chain is arguably the most challenging. However, there are a number of new, green, and automated solutions to help make this critical step easier for logistics companies.
Logistics and supply chain management are about to become more three-dimensional. From underground Hyperloops to air taxis and delivery drones, your holiday packages will soon be beating new paths to your door.
Have you ever looked up in the sky on a clear day and saw “Shelby - Marry Me” written with puffs of clouds? If you were like the thousands of other city residents looking up at the same time, you probably wondered, “Who is Shelby?”
Albertsons is purchasing 10 new Tesla semi trucks. These clean, all-electric vehicles will soon be fully autonomous, creating a wealth of fresh and fun information for supply chain data analysts at the company.
Ocado, an online grocery store in the U.K., uses automated guided vehicles (AGVs) to fill grocery baskets. The company is partnering with Kroger to build 20 robotic fulfillment centers in the United States.
Artificial intelligence and robotics is changing our world and our economy. From autonomous sailboats to water infrastructure, AI will add an enormous amount of economic growth over the next 12 years.
The world's first autonomous taxi is taking to the streets in Tokyo today. Passengers will be able to hail the taxi with a smartphone app and will travel a fixed route.