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Healing Materials by Modernizing the Industrial Edge

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Machine learning at the edge is advancing steel production, port efficiency, and farming all at once and now enabling real-time control with Robotics Transformers. Materials scientist are creating novel ways to repair modern infrastructure.

Emerging Stronger After 100 Issues

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Exponential Industry publishes its 100th newsletter. The sustainability and AutoTech megatrends drive the future of industry.

Funding the Autonomous Supply Chain

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Autonomous driving may have stumbled, but autonomy success grows in industrial operations. ISEE, Pickle Robots, Attabotics, and AMFG received big funding rounds for their successes so far.

Data Informs Sustainability and Functional Design

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Sustainability regulations and consumer demand force new product development and functional design. Universal models enable machine learning to thrive amid complexity in manufacturing and warehouse environments.

Reimagining Composite Materials from Lay-up to Additive

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Composite materials are challenging to manufacture. New additive, melt-blown, and automated lay-up processes enable better performance and lower cost. Circular economy startups, Solugen and AMP Robotics, raise huge rounds.

Achieving Progress in Autonomous Driving Tech

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Autonomous self-driving tech stalls on public streets, but progresses in the warehouse. The data backbone of digital twins and production planning with AI takes hold.

Origins of the Bionic Supply Chain

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A short history of the term ‘bionic supply chain’ in industry. Sustainability technology finds new ways to adopt into operations. Handcrafted lightsabers in time for Halloween.

Mapped: Why Factory Tours Matter

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A world map of immersive factory tours near you! Generative design aided by machine learning enhances engineer productivity in automobile design and FPGA development.

Energy Intensive Manufacturing Shapes Economies

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Germany and Taiwan face questions about energy supplies. The Food, Pulp and Paper, Basic Chemicals, Primary Metal, and Nonmetallic Minerals manufacturing sectors are the most energy intensive.