New metal-mesh membrane could solve longstanding problems and lead to inexpensive power storage: Directly Quoting MIT News: “A type of battery first invented nearly five decades ago could catapult to the forefront of energy storage technologies, thanks to a new finding by researchers at MIT.
Renewable energy powers reuse of CO2 – Sustainable process to convert a harmful greenhouse gas to useful chemicals- Evonik and Siemens are planning to use electricity from renewable sources and bacteria to convert carbon dioxide (CO2) into specialty chemicals. The two companies are working on
Challenges of Rapid Automation: In this last article on automation in the workplace, the focus is on the human cost of automation’s latest push into the workplace. In the previous set of articles, we’ve focused on Robots’ increasing presence in healthcare, transportation and the military.
The daily routine of autonomous robots: More than 1,600 km and 23,800 parts- Martorell, January 10, 2018.– A blue light goes on at 5 o’clock in the morning in the engines warehouse. It belongs to one of the 125 robots that begins its route in
Driverless Public Transit Vehicles – Thus far, in our “work automation” series, we’ve posted about factory and logistics mechanization, self guided travel, and robotics in health care. This post is completely transportation- specifically, what’s new about your commute now? How will automation effect how we travel
We began our workplace automation series by dealing mostly with highly automated manufacturing and robotic delivery. We followed that with a post which was lighter, and focused on robots and drones in the service and travel industries. This post, part three, is focused on something