B.A. (Hons) English Language and Literature, M.St. English Language and Literature
Ben Pilkington is a freelance writer who is interested in society and technology. He enjoys learning how the latest scientific developments can affect us and imagining what will be possible in the future.
Since completing graduate studies at Oxford University in 2016, Ben has reported on developments in computer software, the UK technology industry, digital rights and privacy, industrial automation, IoT, AI, additive manufacturing, sustainability, and clean technology.
Ben is happiest on a bicycle, loves sleeping in a tent or under the stars, and can’t function properly without coffee.
Solar energy is a practical power solution for robots and this progress can be expected to continue. In the near future, humanoid robots could be powered entirely by integrated PVs.
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This article lists the benefits that industries recieve from automation.
This article details industrial automation and its applications.
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AZoRobotics speaks to Prof Matt Reed, Strategy Director for the Materials Innovation Factory at the University of Liverpool, about how the application of industry 4.0 technologies such as robotics and automation can unlock chemistry and advanced materials research and innovation.
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This page discusses Celera Motion’s Capitan Series to their line of premium performance Ingenia servo drives.
This page details the capabilities of the TeraRanger Evo Mini, a single- and multi-pixel capability in one sensor.
The basis of the fiber alignment system is a very stiff set-up consisting of the H-811 hexapod and P-616 NanoCube® nanopositioner.