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Construction Technology - Leads 2 Business Blog

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If it's not broken don't fix it, right? Despite technological progress, it's not uncommon for construction companies to still rely on spreadsheets, manual data entry, and paperwork. Low IT budgets and lack of time for training have contributed to a hesitancy around adopting new methods and technology. There are real, practical applications and benefits to modernizing your current processes. And if your construction company wants to remain competitive and not be left behind, you'll need to find ways to integrate new approaches into your strategy and workflows. These cutting-edge technologies are drastically changing how the industry operates and how future projects will be completed.


How 3D printing is helping CERN scientists upgrade the world's largest machine

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For the past five years, Antonio Pellegrino has been working on a high-pressure job: the scientist is leading an upgrade to the largest and most powerful particle accelerator ever built, which sits one hundred meters beneath the Franco-Swiss border at the European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN). Commonly called the large hadron collider (LHC), the accelerator is a 27-kilometer-long ring in which particles such as protons and electrons are projected against one another at high speeds, recreating the conditions that existed one hundredth of a billionth of a second after the Big Bang – all for modern-day scientists to observe thanks to various high-precision detectors that sit inside the accelerator. SEE: An IT pro's guide to robotic process automation (free PDF) (TechRepublic) LHC was put on hold in 2015 for engineers and physicians to find ways to improve the accuracy of the accelerator's detectors. To do exactly that, Pellegrino turned to a technology that is currently used to design products ranging from food and fashion to human cells: 3D printing. Thanks to a partnership with technology company 3D Systems, some parts of the LHC have been springing out of 3D printers, as part of the design of the accelerator's detectors' cooling system.


AI, Robots, and 3D Printing: How Technology is Helping the Healthcare Industry in India

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In the contemporary world, technology plays a crucial role in transforming the way we do business and lead businesses on a path of development. Similar to the disruptions caused by technology in education, e-commerce, finance, among many others, it is also driving major innovations in the healthcare industry. Technology has assisted the field with an abundance of progress, in the terms of treatments, diagnoses and medicinal devices. It has resulted in saving and improving countless lives all across the world. Healthcare sector in India is growing at a rapid pace and is also undergoing multiple technological advancements.


Blogs about Big Data, Blockchain, IoT, Drones, Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning.

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Find numerous blogs on big data, blockchain, IoT, drones, artificial intelligence, machine learning, deep learning and augmented reality. "Google will fulfill its mission only when its search engine is AI-complete. You guys know what that means? "Deep learning will revolutionize supply chain automation." "The first to fully integrate the following technologies will create a near autonomous supply chain: IoT, Big Data, Blockchain, 3D Printing, Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning and Deep Learning." "Artificial intelligence is the future and the future is here." "Integration of the following technologies will revolutionize supply chain: IoT, Big Data, Blockchain, 3D Printing, Artificial Intelligence, and Augmented Reality." "Artificial intelligence will disrupt all industries.


Future Of Healthcare Through Deep Learning & 3D-Printed Organoids

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Organoids 3D printing has quickly become one of the leading segments of the 3D printing industry in terms of innovation. Until recently, the market was primarily focused on North America, however many companies, laboratories, and universities around the world are exploring this field as well. Thanks to 3D printing techniques, cells and biomaterials can be combined and deposited layer by layer to create biomedical developments that have the same properties as living tissues. During this process, various bio-links can be used to create these tissue-like structures, which have applications in the fields of medical and tissue engineering. Of course, it is more than knowing that the goal of all these developments is to successfully bioprint a fully functional human organ.


How Is Canon Adopting To Automation Post COVID? - Express Computer

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'The machines are taking over' has become a long drawn concept and a proverb now. To cite some examples following the herd would be Amazon, DHL, CIG, Siemens, Uber, and Tesla. This doesn't come off as a surprise when it has already been established that automation has fruitful results in the long term. Canon India seems to walk the same path, and have really robust plans for the future, relying on automation. Express Computer's Gairika Mitra gets into an invigorating chat with K Bhaskhar, Senior Vice President, Business Imaging Solutions (BIS), Canon India, to gain further clarity on this.


Tilia Labs Launches AI-Driven Imposition Solutions for HP Indigo Presses

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Central to the collaboration with HP Indigo is Tilia Labs' flagship software tilia Phoenix. This is planning and imposition software that uses AI technology to reduce cost and optimize production in all print segments including packaging, labels, commercial, and wide format printing. Its AI-generated layouts eliminate the need for template-based imposition, instead dynamically adapting to manufacturing requirements and constraints – an innovation that earned tilia Phoenix a 2019 InterTech Award. HP Indigo customers benefit from AI technology Designed by Tilia Labs to be powerful and dynamic, tilia Phoenix's Imposition AI works quickly enough to keep up with the fastest presses on the market. For albelli of The Hague in the Netherlands, this means delivering automated, multi-lane impositions on-the-fly to their HP 50000 Digital Press - printing up to 770 duplex color/ 2300 mono pages per minute.


Tilia Labs launches AI-driven imposition solutions for HP Indigo presses

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Central to the collaboration with HP Indigo is Tilia Labs' flagship software tilia Phoenix. This is planning and imposition software that uses AI technology to reduce cost and optimize production in all print segments including packaging, labels, commercial, and wide format printing. Its AI-generated layouts eliminate the need for template-based imposition, instead dynamically adapting to manufacturing requirements and constraints – an innovation that earned tilia Phoenix a 2019 InterTech Award. Designed by Tilia Labs to be powerful and dynamic,tilia Phoenix's Imposition AI works quickly enough to keep up with the fastest presses on the market. For albelli of The Hague in the Netherlands, this means delivering automated, multi-lane impositions on-the-fly to their HP 50000 Digital Press – printing up to 770 duplex color/ 2300 mono pages per minute.


Print trends to look for in 2020

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The printing industry is growing and evolving at a fast pace because of technological advances and print businesses looking ahead to trends and customer needs. According to the Printing Industries of America, by the end of 2019, the print industry should see up to a 2-percent increase in revenues. Even with the growing trend to go paperless and the increase in e-books and other digital publications, the printing industry has been seeing yearly growth since 2011. The continued growth for digital printing Printing digitally does not require printing plates and the setup time that traditional offset printing requires. Because of this, digital printing continues to grow in popularity for printers and customers.


Print trends to look for in 2020

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The printing industry is growing and evolving at a fast pace because of technological advances and print businesses looking ahead to trends and customer needs. According to the Printing Industries of America, by the end of 2019, the print industry should see up to a 2-percent increase in revenues. Even with the growing trend to go paperless and the increase in e-books and other digital publications, the printing industry has been seeing yearly growth since 2011. The continued growth for digital printing Printing digitally does not require printing plates and the setup time that traditional offset printing requires. Because of this, digital printing continues to grow in popularity for printers and customers.