Our Robotic Future with Marc Theermann CSO Boston Dynamics

What a human can do, a robot can do better! Although not quite true. This statement is valid for many industrial and production floor activities. That’s because robots can be taught to be quite mobile on their own and to work in unstructured environments.

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Electric vehicles (EVs): sharing a common language for a sustainable future

The climate crisis is becoming increasingly urgent and the demand for electric vehicles (EVs) is booming. Designing these EVs calls for new ways of working: As we move towards the electric future, the battery and body in white (BIW) teams will have to work together for the first time. This white paper discusses the unique challenges associated with the EV engineering process during its key stages, and introduces the technical requirements for integrating a battery pack into vehicle design. It then presents the solution: implementing a common engineering software platform so that different teams can work together seamlessly. Manufacturers who seize this opportunity will thrive in the electric future.

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This is why companies are investing heavily to develop and deploy the next magic robot that can operate autonomously on the factory floor. And don’t worry about robots taking over – they will be trained to be our companions and partners.

In this episode, the first of two, Ed Bernardon interviews Marc Theermann, Chief Strategy Officer at Boston Dynamics, which makes the most advanced mobile humanoid robots in the world. He will help listeners understand what their robots are used for and what progress they have made so far. He will also share with us the role robots can play in solving real-world problems.

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Electric vehicles (EVs): sharing a common language for a sustainable future

The climate crisis is becoming increasingly urgent and the demand for electric vehicles (EVs) is booming. Designing these EVs calls for new ways of working: As we move towards the electric future, the battery and body in white (BIW) teams will have to work together for the first time. This white paper discusses the unique challenges associated with the EV engineering process during its key stages, and introduces the technical requirements for integrating a battery pack into vehicle design. It then presents the solution: implementing a common engineering software platform so that different teams can work together seamlessly. Manufacturers who seize this opportunity will thrive in the electric future.

by Siemens

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