Resource pages for "robots"-related posts for facility managers (FMs), building operations professionals and decision-makers in all industry sectors.
One robot will work with commercial cleaning teams to scrub, sweep, dust mop, and sanitize; another will deliver food and drinks to diners.
Fans are in favor of tech that cuts waits and boosts interactions with their favorite teams and artists, but many draw the line at robot umpires, referees.
Lucas Systems' "Voice of the Warehouse Worker" study examines workers' relationships with technology as well as fears, expectations, perceptions about their jobs.
More than half of U.S. managers think robots and automation do higher quality work than humans, according to a study by MindEdge/Skye Learning.
Sure, it can do a backflip – but can a robot fold a piece of paper, pick up a paper clip, or laugh at your boss's jokes?
A survey from Manpower Group reports majority of respondent employers plan to increase or maintain headcount as a result of automation.
This security robot and accompanying service extends the natural abilities of human security professionals.
Sentinel Consulting launched Unmanned Technology Planning and Design Services which will be introduced at the Unmanned Security Expo NY, November 14-15.
Robo co-workers plug industry-wide skills gaps, boost efficiency, automate mundane work, and don't get involved in office politics, finds Epicor study.
Developments in video surveillance technology have accelerated in recent years.
About equal percentages of Americans think that automation will be a good or a bad thing for the future world of work, according to a new survey.
The future is here, as Domino’s plans to roll out a fleet of pizza-delivering robots in European cities.