COVID-19 initially slowed mobile phone sales in the Asia Pacific and disrupted supply chains and demand for certain 5G-related end verticals, according to a new analyst report which now forecasts that digital factory revenues are primed for a post-COVID recovery worth US60 billion by 2030.
Global smart meter revenues are predicted to reach US$14 billion by 2026 as water and gas meter shipments enjoy double-digit revenue growth over the next five years — including a growth explosion in the Asia Pacific region — according to UK-based analysis and research firm ABI Research.
Denmark-based Universal Robots (UR), a global developer and manufacturer of industrial robots, has launched a new robot – UR3 – claiming it will revolutionise the manufacturing industry.
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