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‘alfred’, thyssenkrupp’s Microsoft-supported AI solution has been integrated into the processes of the materials distribution and service provider. Read more

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LANXESS glass fibre production at its Kallo site near Antwerp, Belgium

LANXESS AG

LANXESS is set to break new ground in the development of customer-specific high-performance plastics. By deploying artificial intelligence, the specialty chemicals company is looking to cut the amount of time it takes to develop new materials. Read more

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AMP Robotics launches AI-guided recycling robot

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AMP Robotics Corp., a pioneer in AI and robotics for the recycling industry, has announced the launch of its new AMP Cortex dual-robot system (DRS) focused on material recovery. Read more

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2019 – The Year of 3D Innovation

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2019 – The Year of 3D Innovation

Paul Croft, Director of 3DGBIRE and Ultimaker GB, and Founder of the CREATE Education project, explains why 2019 is set to be the year that organisations from all industries will drive new value from 3D printing. Read more

20 Mar 2019 15:39 guest blogs

Guest blog: Man or machine?

Since manufacturers introduced the first robot arms onto assembly lines, the fear they will take human jobs has spread. And it's true; many jobs have been delegated to robots ... Here European Automation's Darren Halford continues the discussion. Read more

4 Aug 2015 09:45 guest blogs

  • artificial intelligence alfred

    thyssenkrupp

    artificial intelligence alfred

    alfred

  • LANXESS glass fibre production at its Kallo site near Antwerp, Belgium

    LANXESS AG

    LANXESS glass fibre production at its Kallo site near Antwerp, Belgium

    LANXESS glass fibre production at its Kallo site near Antwerp, Belgium

  • AMP Robotics launches AI-guided recycling robot

    via Shutterstock

    AMP Robotics launches AI-guided recycling robot

  • Paul Croft

    3DGBIRE

    Paul Croft

    Paul Croft

  • 2019 – The Year of 3D Innovation

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    2019 – The Year of 3D Innovation

    One of the biggest constraints to early 3D print adoption was a lack of choice when it came to materials. That barrier has now been completely eradicated.

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