In this webinar we will look at how integrating robotics into the working world means that both cobots and autonomous systems will be important differentiators for production, processes, and innovation.

Upcoming WindRiver Webinar - ROBOTICS: THE ERA OF AI AND AUTONOMY

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PwC believes that robotics will constitute 70% of global GDP growth by 2030. In this webinar we will look at how integrating robotics into the working world means that both cobots and autonomous systems will be important differentiators for production, processes, and innovation. How we develop, deploy, and manage them on the intelligent edge adds complex layers to existing infrastructures and business models.

 

What you will learn:

  • The architecture of intelligent systems
  • What industry leaders think about increasing robotic work inside organizations
  • How software shapes the needs, challenges, and objectives of the robotics industry

 

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Speaker:

Nikhil Chauhan, Field Digital Transformation Officer

 
 
 
 
The content & opinions in this article are the author’s and do not necessarily represent the views of RoboticsTomorrow
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