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How Do You Ship an Electric Bicycle?

Subscribe Here! Email Address Subscribe to Supply Chain Game Changer Do You Have Hidden Freight Costs? Get Our EBOOK HERE Electric bicycle article and permission to publish here provided by Jake Rheude. Sales of e-bikes took off during the past year and show no signs of slowing down. If federal legislation for electric bike tax credits becomes law, many… Continue reading How Do You Ship an Electric Bicycle?

Advances in Machine Vision Enable Automation of Quality Inspections

Operations Advances in Machine Vision Enable Automation of Quality Inspections Experts from Amazon Web Services and Elementary Robotics share insights about automated inspections Published: Thursday, September 9, 2021 – 12:03 During the Association for Advancing Automation (A3) Vision Week in June 2020, experts from Amazon Web Services and Elementary Robotics weighed in on the traditional… Continue reading Advances in Machine Vision Enable Automation of Quality Inspections

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The New Wave of Web 3.0 Metaverse Innovations

Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. Over the last few months, big tech has been extremely vocal about the possibilities presented by the metaverse. Mark Zuckerberg has been talking at length about repositioning Facebook to create an immersive world where social interaction, commerce and the internet all meet. He described his vision as… Continue reading The New Wave of Web 3.0 Metaverse Innovations

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MTC & The Manufacturer join forces at Digital Manufacturing Week

The Manufacturer is delighted to announce that The Manufacturing Technology Centre (MTC) are moving the date of their Digitalising Manufacturing Conference to be part of Digital Manufacturing Week. The Digitalising Manufacturing Conference has previously been run in October, but this year, in partnership with The Manufacturer, the event will be held virtually on 9th November, and… Continue reading MTC & The Manufacturer join forces at Digital Manufacturing Week

Mexico advances and consolidates itself as the second most innovative country in Latin America

A year of great challenges, that is what 2020 was like for the Latin American economies. The urgent need to innovate to face the crisis caused by COVID-19 has represented an enormous challenge for the countries of the region. Gabriella Clare Marino vía Unsplash Facing this reality has not been easy for Mexico, however, thanks… Continue reading Mexico advances and consolidates itself as the second most innovative country in Latin America

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Hyundai Making Big Hydrogen Push With Cheaper Fuel Cells For Trucks, Drones And Sports Car

Hyundai Motor, which is readying a new line of battery-powered vehicles, says hydrogen is essential for cutting carbon emissions from transportation, especially heavy-duty trucks, and intends to roll out a cheaper, smaller fuel cell system to power every commercial vehicle model it makes—as well as drones, emergency vehicles, homes, trains, ships and a sports car. … Continue reading Hyundai Making Big Hydrogen Push With Cheaper Fuel Cells For Trucks, Drones And Sports Car

Guide to Import E-Scooters from China

The electric scooter and motorcycles market is forecasted to reach over $12 billion by 2025. As the increasing pollution is a worry to the population, electric bikes are becoming more and more popular as they do not produce any emissions. Also, electric bikes are very silent and therefore, do not cause noise pollution, they can… Continue reading Guide to Import E-Scooters from China

The No1 Reason Most Hardware Start Up Fails

815 industry professionals answered our poll on what is the no1 mistake hardware startups make, here are the results. 815 Votes Source: What is the No. 1 Mistake that Hardware start-ups make? Useful resources Here are some comments from our network that further discuss why many hardware startups fail. Renaud Anjoran Partner and CEO at… Continue reading The No1 Reason Most Hardware Start Up Fails

What Will The Global Semiconductor Supply Chain Could Look Like in 2030?

For the last five years, the semiconductor industry has been incredibly volatile, with abrupt shifts in geopolitical relations, devastating natural disasters, and changes in consumer buying habits have fostered irreversible changes within the sector, so how will things look in 2030?

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China plans to build a large solar power plant in space by 2050

We had only seen that idea in Isaac Asimov’s books. However, today we are aware that reality has caught up with science fiction. Grow Your Business, Not Your Inbox Stay informed and join our daily newsletter now! September 2, 2021 2 min read This article was translated from our Spanish edition using AI technologies. Errors… Continue reading China plans to build a large solar power plant in space by 2050