Can you imagine having a robot at home that helps you or even keeps you company as a pet? This idea, which seems to come from a distant future, is getting closer and closer
This 2019 we believe that will bring many novelties in terms of Materials. You will see that there are some topics that you will already know and that will definitely land this year and new ones that are coming to stay. There we go 2019!
During 2018, the gap between Industry 4.0m and its implementation has been narrowing, with more and more companies applying these technologies in their factories and taking them to the next level in terms of safety, productivity and cost savings. But what are the trends for 2019?
We let you know!
We are glad to be part of AJE Aragon, not only as an associated company but also as part of its Work Committees.
The last CES (Consumer Electronic Show) edition has show us that the Augmented Reality, a technology part of Industry 4.0, is booming. It is very popular the applications of Augmented Reality oriented to the final customer for consumer products, as tablets, mobile phones, videogames, etc. Its application in Industry is more unknown, but this technology will have a very important role in the increment of factories productivity and quality in a future that every day is closer.
Aerial drones, UAV (Unmanned Aerial Vehicle), RPA (Remotely Piloted Aircraft), are some of the names given to the well-known flying devices we see today. There are a lot of use applications, from leisure for children up to shipment of goods, like one of the great electronic commerce has started: Amazon.
On December 2 we had the opportunity to participate in the Channel Entrepreneur program of Aragon Radio to speak about what we do and what is our philosophy: to help SMEs to develop products and processes thanks to new materials and technologies. We will do all the tests you need in our laboratory! Do you want to listen it? Keep reading…
Automated guided vehicles that transport vehicles, robots that provide logistic support, bionic robots that assemble all kinds of components, collaborative robots, Google glasses, augmented reality and 3D printers for complex shapes and lighter materials. This is the new Audi Factory in Ingolstadt. It is the “factory of the future”.