The World Economic Forum, the global nonprofit foundation whose annual meeting in Davos is attended by global leaders from business and politics, has published a list of companies which it considers to be the most pioneering in the field of technology.
In publishing its Technology Pioneers 2017 list, WEF has chosen 30 different companies to highlight from a variety of industries including biotechnology, agriculture, energy, transport, as well as a number of companies from the robotics and automation sector.
One of them is Horizon Robotics, a Chinese company which develops computer infrastructure to enable artificial intelligence computing and real-time decision-making, mainly aimed at enhancing self-driving vehicle safety. Continue reading World Economic Forum selects robotics and automation companies in its ‘Technology Pioneers 2017’ list
Cloud collaboration solution from “design to fabrication” aimed at solving problems ahead of construction
Dassault Systèmes, a provider of product lifecycle management solutions among other software, has launched its “design for fabrication industry solution experience” for architecture, engineering and construction.
The company says the software gives architects, engineers, contractors, fabricators and building products manufacturers access to a digital, collaborative environment on the cloud for civil and building projects, from concept through fabrication detail with shop floors that reduces waste and rework.
Each architecture, engineering and construction project brings together new teams of designers, fabricators and contractors who use their own building information modeling solutions. Continue reading Dassault Systèmes launches solution for architecture, engineering and construction industries