Mr Himanshu Kapania, Chair-FICCI Council on Telecom, Electronics and Digital Economy (TED Council) and Director Telecom-VIL & Vice Chairman-ABFRL and Former Managing Director- Idea Cellular Limited, and Mr Binit Agarwalla, BI to Director Telecom, Aditya Birla Management Corporation Pvt. Ltd., discuss and simplify ROBOTICS, and the future of the Manufacturing.
About the series: The work done within these technologies is a vast field of study. The objective of this series is to provide a crisp introduction to these technologies and generate interest in the subject, primarily from the business angle and its impact on consumer& enterprise. Eventually, every individual & organization will have to embrace Digital Transformation. Presentations in this series helps visualize the disruption that multiple sectors will undergo as these technologies converge. Each part of the series will cover one of the 10 Technologies and explore the future of business across one of the Sectors.
Presenting Part 3 of the ’11 Part Series’ of short presentations by Mr Kapania and Mr Agarwalla covering the introduction to Ten ‘Disruptive technologies’ and its accelerating impact across ten critical #business sectors.
Robots are entering nearly every aspect of our lives. Today’s version is AI–empowered, allowing them to learn on their own, operate solo or in swarms, walk on two legs, balance on two wheels, drive, swim, fly and even backflip. Today Robots do jobs that are dull, dirty or dangerous.
Healthcare: Advances in robotics have the potential to change a wide variety of healthcare practices, such as surgery, rehabilitation, therapy, patient companionship, and everyday activities.
Manufacturing: Robotics is being used in many aspects of manufacturing like assembly, welding, painting, materials handling, picking & sorting, etc., to help increase productivity and efficiency while lowering production costs.
Agriculture: Autonomous systems are deployed for operations like pruning, mowing, spraying & weed removal
Logistics: Robots in the form of drones are increasingly being used for disaster relief and delivery of medical supplies. e-Commerce giants are at advanced stages of making drone-based deliveries a reality soon.