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Welcome to A3 Insider - your weekly newsletter on automation news, business insights and emerging tech trends. It’s compiled each week by the Association for Advancing Automation’s Director of Education Strategies Robert Huschka and delivered directly to your inbox. Email him with news tips or suggestions at rhuschka@a3automate.org.

 

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The rise of cloud robotics

MAY 16, 2019 EDITION
The rise of cloud robotics
Because who doesn't need more brain power!
Plus: More tariffs, a picture from 45 kilometers, robot farming.
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How robots, drones, lasers will help Notre Dame rebuild

APRIL 30, 2019 EDITION
How robots, drones, lasers will help Notre Dame rebuild
New technology will be key to restoring history
Plus: Why Elon Musk hates lidar. How 7 businesses are using predictive tools
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Record attendance for Automate 2019

APRIL 19, 2019 EDITION
Record attendance for Automate 2019
Plus a look at the highlights from the show.
Plus: Walmart’s robots, BMW’s 3D printing and a plan for 5G
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An insider’s guide to the Automate Show

MARCH 29, 2019 EDITION
An insider’s guide to the Automate Show
How to make the most of a great week in Chicago
Plus: Record growth for global motion and motors market.
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How new control options are streamlining coordinated motion

MARCH 22, 2019 EDITION
How new control options are streamlining coordinated motion
New approaches can reduce development costs and handle higher levels of coordination.
Plus: The White House’s new AI hub, a “desktop” robot, an uncanny puppy.
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The lessons from a terrifying industrial cyberattack

MARCH 8, 2019 EDITION
The lessons from a terrifying industrial cyberattack
Meet the winners of the world’s most prestigious robot honor
Plus: Guess who is selling LiDAR sensor. Who will win the AI chip race?
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The technology breakthroughs that amaze Bill Gates

MARCH 1, 2019 EDITION
The technology breakthroughs that amaze Bill Gates
Robot hands, cancer vaccines, swallowed microscopes and the new nuclear
Plus: New record for robot shipments, 6 phenomenal factories
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Toxic? Dangerous? Too Hot? Sounds like a job for a robot

FEB. 15, 2019 EDITION
Toxic? Dangerous? Too Hot? Sounds like a job for a robot
Let’s face it, robots are a lot tougher than we are.
Plus:Momentum on machine vision mergers, cyberattack worries and a deep sea robot.
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It's a bird? A Plane? A Flying Car!?!

FEB. 15, 2019 EDITION
It’s a bird? It’s a plane? It’s a FLYING CAR?!?!
More than 135 “flying car” projects are under way – with more than $1 billion invested.
Plus: The White House’s AI strategy, sticky robot grippers and Tesla what-ifs.
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How 3D printing is ready for real work

FEB. 8, 2019 EDITION
How 3D printing is ready for real work
Additive manufacturing is now mature enough to do reliable, old fashion work on the factory floor.
Plus: 5G insights, supersonic flight and Ontario’s automation push.
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4 trends to watch in machine vision

FEB. 1, 2019 EDITION
4 trends to watch in machine vision
AI technologies, embedded vision will flourish along with traditional solutions.
Plus: Worries in China, a robot lawnmower, and fingerprint scanners.
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Automation Market Update: The trends to watch in 2019

JAN. 25, 2019 EDITION
Automation Market Update: The trends to watch in 2019
A look at the robot, machine vision and motion control industries.
Plus: Waymo’s Detroit self-driving car factory, a chip that pulls power from the air, and some cool shoes.
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Why the home robots at CES were disappointing

JAN. 11, 2019 EDITION
Why the home robots at CES were disappointing
And check the best gadget from the show.
Plus: Autnonomous grocery delivery, AI regulations and good industry predictions.
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What NY Times columnist gets wrong on robots

JAN. 4, 2019 EDITION
What NY Times columnist gets wrong on robots
And some predictions for 2019.
Plus: Export restrictions, drone inspections and a robot for grandma.
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