Robotics and automation will become more important than ever as a solution for UK business recovery amid the pandemic’s devastating economic impact.
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At the end of February, before Covid-19 had begun its domination of our daily lives, the University of Gloucestershire’s School of Business and Technology hosted a special event dedicated to the engineering and technology sectors.
Amongst the many displays, presentations and networking sessions, one particular subject stood out which I believe will become more important than ever in offering a solution for UK business recovery during and beyond the pandemic’s devastating economic impact—robotics and automation.
Automation technologies company ABB showcased some of its latest innovations at the event. It also offered some statistic
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