Siemens is strengthening its digitalization offerings – in particular, its product lifecycle management platform – through a new acquisition.
Siemens has reached an agreement to acquire Solido Design Automation, a provider of machine learning-based variation-aware design and characterization software.
Siemens says the purchase will strengthen the integrated circuit design and verification technologies it already offers through Mentor, a previous acquisition. Continue reading Siemens acquires integrated circuit software developer Solido Design Automation to strengthen its digital offerings
Article contributed by John Hawthorne, Industrial Quick Search Directory
We are becoming more accustomed to jaw-dropping video game technology, Amazon’s Alexa speakers, and nifty Android and iOS apps that seem to let us do just about anything.
While commercial technology continues to make leaps and bounds each year, what role does artificial intelligence play in all this, and how will AI and robots become part of our lives in the near future?
The following is an overview of several way that AI and robots are helping us through algorithms and physical functioning at work, in our homes, and in the way we move around. Continue reading Robots and artificial intelligence are coming soon to your work, home, and cars
Leading researchers in artificial intelligence, deep learning, and reinforcement learning from OpenAI and UC Berkeley assemble to launch an ambitious new project
Embodied Intelligence, a startup established by AI researchers from the University of California Berkeley, and their partners at OpenAI, has raised $7 million in seed funding.
The company says it is “striving to democratize robotics” by enabling anyone to teach a robot new skills.
The funding round was led by Amplify Partners with participation from Lux Capital, SV Angels, FreeS, 11.2 Capital and A.Capital. Continue reading Berkeley spin-off Embodied Intelligence raises $7 million to build ‘teachable’ robots
Tend has launched a cloud-based monitoring and analysis application for both industrial and collaborative robots.
The company calls the software in.view, and launched it at the RoboBusiness show in Santa Clara, CA, this week.
Tend in.view – short for intelligent view – software allows users to remotely monitor and analyze the performance of their production robots in real time from any location, through a secure, cloud-based application on their mobile device, says the company. Continue reading Tend launches robot performance management software
Globetouch and CloudMinds Technology have formed a partnership to provide connectivity for robots and other artificial intelligence initiatives.
Both companies are making the announcement during Mobile World Congress Americas 2017, a conference and expo bringing together industry leaders to meet and explore new business models in mobile technology.
Globetouch provides connectivity services and IoT platforms for the connected vehicle and the Internet of Things market. Continue reading Globetouch and CloudMinds to provide connectivity for robots
US telecommunications company Sprint is employing Pepper, the humanoid robot from SoftBank Robotics, for customer relations.
SoftBank Robotics America and Sprint to will initially place Pepper in locations where it will interact with Sprint business clients and retail customers.
Pepper is said to be the first humanoid marketing platform that could help businesses and consumers embrace the power of robotics and artificial intelligence. Continue reading Telecommunications company Sprint to employ Pepper robot for customer relations
Product lifecycle management software is mainly used to manage the design and manufacturing process.
Actually it can help with other aspects of the process such as research and development and supply chain logistics. And if it’s connected to administration tools, such as customer relations management, usually referred to as CRM, and enterprise resource planning software, which is often called ERP, PLM systems can become even more powerful.
The PLM system originated in the 1980s in the auto-making business but is now used across a wide range of industries, but still mostly traditional manufacturing sectors.
The usage of PLM is growing, with several reports predicting the market for the software reaching approximately $65 billion to $75 billion by 2022. Continue reading Top 10 product lifecycle management applications by install base