Bringing the IoT to the construction industry in the form of smart sensors greatly raises the bar for quality and efficiency.
We’re in the midst of the Fourth Industrial Revolution, dubbed Industry 4.0 by the experts, and this time the revolution is a digital one. European industry has been quick to adopt new technologies in the consumer sector but many industries, such as construction, textiles, and steel, are still clinging to outdated methods.
Roughly one-fifth of the global workforce will be impacted by the adoption of AI and automation, with the most significant impact in developed nations.
Climate change is a fact and all of us should be concerned about it. One of the main causes of climate change is the human-caused environmental impact, especially in developed countries like Europe or North America. A number of European companies and institutions are determined to give an example to the whole world and stop the increase of emissions produced on the continent. Transport accounts for a fourth of global CO2 emissions and it is one of the few industrial sectors where pollutant emissions are still growing. Our generation has a chance to stop this trend and build a better future for our children.
A recent report points to the future labour market as being characterised by a quantitative and qualitative mismatch of skills. This means that there will be fewer workers than jobs in the future. And the skills of the workers will not match the required skills for these jobs. STEM has therefore become a key priority in western governments’ policy agenda. To remedy this situation, some advocate the benefits of partnerships between industry and schools on increasing the attractiveness of STEM education.
Innovation in action “We now hope to do much more business,” says Jacob Krogsgaard, from H2 Logic, a system supplier for fuel cell technology, speaking in the European Parliament in Brussels. In the “Loyola de Palacio” meeting room he shows pictures Read more […]
The Norse settlement extinction from Greenland can teach us some lessons about our current resource-extraction and production recklessness, economy-environment incompatibility and the importance of collective responsibility and globally-coordinated planning.
Commercial refrigeration is an essential part of business that will continue to expand. But shifting demands and concerns may change what this growth looks like.
The worldwide increase in S&E activity translates into a decline in the U.S. global shares of R&D investments, high R&D industry output, S&E publications, and other S&E measures.
It’s a golden era of innovation for the food and beverage ingredient industry. With consumers looking for more sustainable, healthier food options, the sector continues to evolve to deliver these trends.
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The goal of the project is to set up a new frontier in automate sign language interpreting with novel technologies and AI algorithm.