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Buying automation with confidence

There is mounting pressure on manufacturers to increase throughput, run times, and provide safer working conditions – as a result, the adoption of industrial robots is increasing.

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An autonomous train initiative is entering its test phase in Finland

The aim of the initiative is to create completely new railway transportation services and to even double the amount of railway transport.

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Forrester & Analog Devices: Seamless connectivity fuels industrial innovation

There is a pressing and largely unmet need for reliable network connectivity in harsh, complex, and sometimes remote manufacturing environments.

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Industry set to test the six nines capability of new 5G mobile technology

Until the launch of 5G, every previous generation of mobile phone technology was primarily intended to improve the operation of the handset. First-generation mobile phone networks were analog systems that provided just enough bandwidth for voice calls. Introduced in the early 1990s, 2G was the first digital mobile technology, while 3G in the late 1990s made it possible for handsets to carry email messages and provide rudimentary access to web pages.

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