Industrial IoT and the connected factory concept are red-hot topics. Yet often, there is confusion […]
It’s a commonly concluded outcome in any industrial setting. Technology and automation will end up cutting out jobs. The robots will take over. The imminent change will destroy our livelihood.
It’s not an altogether wrong sentiment. Automation certainly will remove the need for a few pairs of hands in the process, but does that mean the end of careers? Absolutely not.
Let’s look to Asia to find out why automation isn’t the enemy.
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