Industry 4.0

The Industry 4.0 implications for health and safety project, is canvassing views from organisations currently using or planning to use industry 4.0 technologies to support their health and safety strategy.
The Industry 4.0 implications for health and safety project, is canvassing views from organisations currently using or planning to use industry 4.0 technologies to support their health and safety strategy.
Robotics and autonomous systems (RAS) are programmable machines - often stand-alone- that can carry out complex tasks with a high degree of autonomy they are expected to have a major impact on most economic sectors in the next 10 years.
Robotics and autonomous systems (RAS) are programmable machines - often stand-alone- that can carry out complex tasks with a high degree of autonomy they are expected to have a major impact on most economic sectors in the next 10 years.
Autonomous vehicles (AV), also known as self-driving, driverless or unmanned vehicles including aerial systems such as drones, can be equipped with an array of powerful technology (e.g. RADAR, lasers, cameras, global positioning system (GPS) computers, AI and 3D maps). This enables AV to sense, monitor and navigate their environment. They can be remotely controlled or operate without human supervision or input.
Autonomous vehicles (AV), also known as self-driving, driverless or unmanned vehicles including aerial systems such as drones, can be equipped with an array of powerful technology (e.g. RADAR, lasers, cameras, global positioning system (GPS) computers, AI and 3D maps). This enables AV to sense, monitor and navigate their environment. They can be remotely controlled or operate without human supervision or input.