Insights from BCC Research

Automated Homes: Market Trends You Need To Know—With Interview

Written by Sarah Greenberg on Jul 2, 2021 10:00:00 AM

blog-imageHome automation technology proceeded at a creeping, even halting pace for many years. Only recently has it begun to enter the mainstream with improvements in machine-to-machine communication. The ability to heat and cool a home efficiently, secure it with a robust system and be entertained easily inside of it and control all of this remotely, all took a giant step forward thanks to the Internet of Things and with the evolution of increasingly powerful mobile devices. 

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Topics: Instrumentation and Sensors, Information Technology

Sensors News: The Impact of COVID19 On Global Businesses

Written by Sarah Greenberg on Oct 19, 2020 11:00:00 AM

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BCC Research has been covering the Sensors industry for 50 years, and we like to keep an eye out for new advancements. Here’s some industry news we think you should know:

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Topics: Instrumentation and Sensors

Why Robots Should Look Like Humans: An Interview

Written by Sarah Greenberg on Sep 28, 2020 11:00:00 AM

Humanoid Robots

It’s no secret that humanoids—robots that mimic the movements, speech, appearance and behavior of humans—are here now, and more of them will follow, especially thanks to COVID19. For example, humanoids have been adopted in hospital and clinic settings to administer medication, deliver meals, check on vitals, all without infectious exposure.

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Topics: Instrumentation and Sensors

A Brief Guide to the 4th Industrial Revolution

Written by Clara Mouawad on Jul 22, 2020 10:00:00 AM

Industrial Revolution

What comes to mind when you hear the words “industrial revolution”? Is it the date 1784 and Cartwright’s initial mechanical loom? Is it an image of a power-driven assembly line? Or maybe it’s a bit more recent, as in the late 90s that brought with it computing and early robotics.

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Topics: Instrumentation and Sensors