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Semiconductor manufacturing is an extremely complex process. It’s been that way since the first wafers rolled off the line but is getting far more complex with every generation of devices.
Factors that contribute to that complexity include:
・Increasing levels of miniaturization and precision, now measured in nanometers. ...


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From afar, you may not notice a big difference between the railroad cars today and those that ran down the track a couple of decades ago. However, you can be assured that when you peel back the skin, there are massive differences that have occurred, specifically with respect to the on-board computer systems.
Whereas 20 years ago, there may not have been much in the way ...
 
Monitor, Analyze, and Optimize Energy Use With an ESS
Energy storage systems (ESS) store energy for later use. They capture and store that energy in various forms, including electrical, mechanical, thermal, or chemical, and then release the energy as needed.
The ESS is actually “smart” component, as it plays an active role in balancing the supply and demand of electricity, managing ...


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Last-Mile Autonomous Delivery Robots


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The Final Frontier For Today’s Booming E-Commerce Comes In Last-Mile Autonomous Delivery Robots.
You are probably familiar with autonomous mobile robots (AMRs). They generally work in a manufacturing facility, or inventory warehouse, or other place where various, often mundane tasks need to be performed repeatedly. Thanks to machine vision, machine ...
 
Let the Autonomous Robot Do the Agriculture Work
Smart agriculture combines traditional farming with the Internet of Things (IoT), as well as some of the latest technologies including artificial intelligence, robotics, and autonomous drive. That combination has not only provided solutions to often time-consuming and tedious tasks, but is totally changing the way we think about agriculture. ...


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