With modern digital tools, safety becomes embedded into the execution of work, not a separated set of safety tasks.
If the deskless worker doesn’t even have a digital interface, then how can they take advantage of AI?
AGVs don’t have the alien wheels or the smart arms, but they look upgradeable, and we can put them to work doing some mind-numbing tasks.
Yes. I am questioning our ceaseless desire to believe that the next tech widget automagically transforms our businesses without the requisite education and tools to capture new insights and feed them back into our work.
You couldn’t throw a sensor in the air without hitting a reference to a 3D printer. My take is that we “ain’t seen nothin’ yet.”
There are only a few applications for co-bots today. Getting our own humans productive first is currently a far better use of our time and money right now.
We don't need more sensors. In 2019, we need to talk about how we are going to train, upskill, manage, and gather insight from and for our 21st century humans.
Machines and humans need to find a way to work together to propel industry 4.0 forward.