Archive For febrero 28, 2019

System optimizes interaction between operators and robots

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System optimizes interaction between operators and robots

Each time the operator enters the work area and makes the corresponding record, the robot stops and waits for new instructions, from the movements that the person performs with his hand. ” This is a part of the work of the student Freddy Hernán Martínez for his thesis in Mechatronics Engineering of the National University…

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The great digital achievement: Companies are struggling to meet expectations

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The great digital achievement: Companies are struggling to meet expectations

that companies of all sizes in all industries and geographies lack the capabilities to keep up with customer expectations Who are growing older. The report is based on the results of the global survey, focus group and data generated by more than 45.000 companies using Zendesk. While good customer service is a great indicator for…

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Who is guilty of the failure of robots?: How to reduce the failures of robots

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Who is guilty of the failure of robots?: How to reduce the failures of robots

Who is guilty of the failure of robots?: How to reduce the failures of robots Robots bring with it countless benefits to the manufacturing sector, including greater flexibility and precision. But what happens when they fail and who is to blame? The growing number of industrial robots brings with it an increased risk of failures,…

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2019, year of the periodic table of the elements of MENDELEYEV

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2019, year of the periodic table of the elements of MENDELEYEV

2019, year of the periodic table of the elements of MENDELEYEV.. On March 6, 1869, the Russian chemist Dimitri Mendeleyev made, before the Chemical Society of St. Petersburg, a presentation entitled dependence between the properties of the atomic weights of the elements, where they showed similarities of characteristics Corresponding to the known chemical elements, which…

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Drinking water for southern Africa..

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Drinking water for southern Africa..

Drinking water for southern Africa.. In large African areas in southern Ecuador there is a permanent shortage of water and the one that can be obtained is done by means of runoffs or wells of high degree of pollution, chemical or biological. It is estimated that more than 100 million people live under this permanent…

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7 predictions that will mark the manufacturing sector in 2019..

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7 predictions that will mark the manufacturing sector in 2019..

7 predictions that will mark the manufacturing sector in 2019.. Fujitsu has presented its predictions for the manufacturing sector for this year 2019. The multinational indicates 7 fundamental tendencies that will mark its evolution towards a factory that must look outside its facilities, without restriction, giving value to the data, under a massive personalization, embracing…

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Metallurgical advances: The “metallic wood”..

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Metallurgical advances: The “metallic wood”..

Metallurgical advances: The “metallic wood”.. Although in a discreet way, in the scientific world where it seems that only digital technologies are effective, the materials are still investigated and, among them, the metal-based ones. Already in DYNA we echoed in the July/August issue of last year (Https://www.revistadyna.com/busqueda/vidrios-metalicos-y-high-entropy-alloys-es-desorden-clave-de-materiales-del-futuro) of so-called “metallic glasses”, amorphous metals with very…

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Energy and sustainability in a scenario according to the Paris Accords–

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Energy and sustainability in a scenario according to the Paris Accords–

Energy and sustainability in a scenario according to the Paris Accords– The COP24 of Poland has passed sadly and quietly without leaving any firm decision, despite the image that has been wanted to give to the media. Of the 193 countries that agreed to the Paris text in 2015, neither the United States, China or…

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This is the new and Pharaonic longest bridge in the world built on the sea..

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This is the new and Pharaonic longest bridge in the world built on the sea..

This is the new and Pharaonic longest bridge in the world built on the sea.. The bridge, which opens on Tuesday, joins Hong Kong, Zhuhai and Macao, is 55 km long and is one of the most complex engineering works on the planet The bridge, which opens on Tuesday, joins Hong Kong, Zhuhai and Macao,…

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things that happen every day in your house and you do not know how.

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things that happen every day in your house and you do not know how.

Six things that happen every day in your house and you do not know how. From lighting the light driving a switch to open the faucet and that goes out waters down, behind these simple gestures are enormous works of engineering Have you ever wondered how is generated this energy that does that your house…

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