"robotics" articles

2017 brought some exciting developments in the telehealth space. 2016's 21st Century Cures Act has helped to streamline regulations around the adoption of digital health technologies, and in response the FDA has established a new digital health unit to focus on areas such as telemedicine, mobile apps, wearable devices, clinical algorithms (aka software-as-a-medical-device), and health information technology.   As a result of its new focus on streamlining, the FDA has:...
During keynote speech at XPONENTIAL 2017, Brian Krzanich, Intel CEO, focused very heavily on new and exciting technologies in unmanned systems, including drones (a.k.a. UAS – unmanned aircraft system) being deployed as data collecting medium. To demonstrate commercial drone capabilities, Krzanich introduced the Intel Falcon 8+ System with an example of infrastructure inspection. While the excitement is real that commercial drones will take off to be a new business segment, there...
 
by Tu Skuse | May. 15, 2017
Tags: robotics
Blog post submitted by AUVSI Consumers love drones. They were a hot holiday gift item in 2016, and interest continues to grow. In fact, Goldman Sachs estimates the consumer market for drones will generate $17 billion between 2016 and 2020. Driving much of this growth is consumer interest in drones and their social, leisure, and security applications. Social media feeds are starting to feature “dronies” – selfies taken with a drone. A host of new, smaller drones...
Parks Associates is supporting IoT Asia , which takes place March 29-30 in Singapore. The event has addressed the enormous potential of the IoT revolution since the event's first edition in 2014. As the first dedicated platform in Asia to address this revolution, IoT Asia has been ahead of its competition. It is seen as a transformational platform for addressing challenges and identifying real opportunities within the IoT landscape. Last year's event surpassed expectations...
The personal assistant device market took off in 2016. Google Home joined Amazon Echo in time for the holiday sales season, and Amazon sold out of its Echo and Tap models in the run-up to Christmas. We expect this market to grow substantially in 2017, with increasing consumer adoption rates and new market entrants. With its announcement at CES  of Hub, a smart robotic personal assistant speaker, LG is the next to enter this space.   To compete with Amazon Echo and...

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