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Soon, airport trolleys from security check to boarding gates

NEW DELHI: Big airport operators and airlines will now have to provide small trolleys to carry hand bags from post security-check to distant boarding gates for all passengers. And they will have to provide golf carts free of cost to flyers who are unable to or find it difficult to Read More…

Robotic Industries Association announces addition of first Chinese member

September 15, 2017 – The Robotic Industries Association (RIA) announced that SIASUN Robot & Automation Co. Ltd., China’s largest robot supplier and integrator, has joined RIA as its first Chinese member. Understanding the huge market opportunity of industrial robots, China has fully embraced the power of automation and sees robotics Read More…

87% of Indian employees view automation positively: Michael Page India

87% of the employees in India view automation as having a positive impact on their current work situation and despite an apparent fear of lob loss in the current scenario, majority of the professionals were confident of retaining their jobs, according to a report by recruitment firm Michael Page India. Read More…

Most Indian professionals welcome automation in jobs: Survey

MUMBAI: With automation slowly gain ground, 87 per cent of the respondents in a survey saw the process as having a positive impact on their current work situation. “About 87 per cent of those surveyed view automation as a positive impact on their current work situation with 78 per cent Read More…

Siemens PLM Expands Product Portfolio

An acquisition that adds autonomous car design and a partnership with HP around 3D printing push the boundaries of product lifecycle management to a whole new holistic level. By Stephanie Neil , Senior Editor For the past 10 years or so, Siemens has been building out its product lifecycle management Read More…

Automation to eat away one third of low skill jobs by 2022

BENGALURU: Almost one-third of ‘low-skilled’ jobs, about 7 lakh, will be lost on account of automation in Indian IT by 2022 says US-based research firm HfS Research. However, the report also predicts the number of ‘medium-skilled’ and ‘high-skilled’ jobs to go up by 1 lakh and 1.9 lakh, respectively. Worldwide, Read More…