When we think of artificial intelligence, ancient Greece probably doesn’t cross our minds.
Many people don’t realize that robotics have existed since 350 B.C., when Archytas, a Greek mathematician, built a steam-powered mechanical bird named, ‘The Pigeon.’ Since then, most notably in the past century, the world of robotics has flourished with electronic and technological innovation.
You’re on your electric bike, commuting home after work. There are just a few blocks left as you stop for a red light at the busiest intersection in the neighborhood. The light turns green and you accelerate, but feel your bike struggling. You make it home with little battery left and no useful charge for the next day.
With fall weather officially here, we still have a few weeks left to enjoy our bikes on the open road. Your helmet is on, the tank is full, and you hit that start button—only instead of the growl of the engine, you hear a click.
There is nothing worse than the dreaded sound— the silence, in fact —of a dead battery. Although, battery technology has advanced dramatically over the last century, it is still important to conduct regular battery maintenance for your vehicle.
The North American robotics industry broke many statistical records in 2017, according to the Association of Advancing Automation (A3). Order revenue, order units, shipment revenue, and shipment units have all exceeded the sales of years prior. There were $1.9 billion in total industrial robotics sales last year, with manufacturers purchasing 34,904 units in total.
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