3 Ways Robotics Is Evolving The Automotive World
Exhibit|January 2021
Robotics and automation in the automotive industry are no recent deal.
Advait Berde

Major tasks such as welding, painting and assembling intricate parts have been regularly conducted by highly developed robots, in turn facilitating the mass production of vehicles. While the automotive industry is making significant development in propulsion and artificial intelligence, the evolution of robots in going hand in hand as well. Currently, the influence of robotics in the automotive industry is predominantly inside the factory premises. But considering the rate of development in the sector, it won’t be long before robots are helping people on the streets as well. That said, here are three ways robotics is evolving the automotive world.

A FRIEND INDEED:

Continue reading your story on the app

Continue reading your story in the magazine

MORE STORIES FROM EXHIBITView All

FLIPPING CARS WITH BLAZING STARS

In conversation with ROHIT SHETTY

9 mins read
Exhibit
March 2021

CREATIVELY MUSICAL

Creative Stage V2 Soundbar review

2 mins read
Exhibit
March 2021

SHOOTS FAST AND LASTS LONGER

Samsung F62 Review

4 mins read
Exhibit
March 2021

Tech Launches This Month

Samsung launched the Galaxy F62 earlier this month at a competitive price point.

2 mins read
Exhibit
March 2021

TWITTER VS THE POTUS: THE ENTIRE STORY

Twitter first suspended Donald Trump’s account in May 2020 when he claimed postal votes were fraudulent. Since then several significant incidents happened over last year including the death of Georgy Flyod, Black Lives Matter protest, riots in major cities, the expulsion of the central police forces in several states, etc.

5 mins read
Exhibit
February 2021

WHATSAPP'S WANTS YOUR DATA AND IT'S NOT ASKING FOR PERMISSION

Facebook-owned popular instant messaging service Whatsapp is getting a lot of flack from Indian users, tech enthusiasts and other important official figures, since its last software update which, as per cybersecurity experts, removed the platform's earlier emphasis on Privacy and Security.

4 mins read
Exhibit
February 2021

RANVEER ALLAHBADIA

INFLUENCER OF THE MONTH

5 mins read
Exhibit
February 2021

THE ARCHITECTURAL DRIVE HAMPI

A Six hour Drive from Bengaluru will take you back 600+ years in History

4 mins read
Exhibit
February 2021

IN-GAME VEHICLES WE WISH WERE REAL

Videogames never fail to transport us to a world that is far beyond our reach, yet controllable by the tips of our fingers (quite literally). While open-world games offer a vast, new lifestyle to explore, they also give us a taste of some unique vehicles. Well, calling them vehicles would be an understatement as these perform so many more tasks than just commute, but they’re some uber-cool pieces of machinery nevertheless. That said, here are some of the coolest in-game vehicles that we would love to test-ride!

3 mins read
Exhibit
February 2021

BEST VIDEO GAME FRANCHISES OVER THE YEARS

Ever since gaming has reached the digital age, there have spawned numerous titles and franchises across the globe. While some were just one-trick ponies or got lost in the sands of time, there were others who cemented their names in history as some of the best video games. These also led to the rise of multiple franchises, who have since gone on to become multibillion-dollar industries in themselves. Following is a list of such video game franchises who have only grown bigger as the years have passed:

4 mins read
Exhibit
February 2021
RELATED STORIES

The 5G Factor

The next generation of telecommunications is coming to a hotel near you – and changing the stay as we know it

5 mins read
Business Traveler
March 2020

Pittsburgh Turns To Technology As A New Economic Force

Pittsburgh turns to technology as a new economic force.

3 mins read
Global Traveler
January 2020

Paging Dr. Robot: Artificial Intelligence Moves Into Care

The next time you get sick, your care may involve a form of the technology people use to navigate road trips or pick the right vacuum cleaner online.

4 mins read
AppleMagazine
November 29, 2019

Science Pioneers - Bringing Us Robots, Renewable Power And Food Made From Air

Robot co-workers, lifesaving A.I., and food made from the air we breathe. These innovators are engineering the future.

1 min read
Inc.
October 2019

Can 5G Save The Planet?

Climate Change’s Unlikely Ally

2 mins read
The Atlantic
October 2019

Making It On Mars

If humans want to create a lasting presence on the Red Planet, they’ll have to live off the dirt beneath their feet.

9 mins read
Popular Science
Fall 2019

Inside Uber's Innovation

What does success look like at Uber? The company has famously had its share of scandals, and its IPO earlier this year disappointed investors, but in a letter to his staff, CEO Dara Khosrowshahi wrote that “our true north will be determined over the long term.” Much of that long-term vision is explored here, in a recently renovated industrial complex in San Francisco called Pier 70, which once housed shipbuilders and ironworkers but is now home to Uber’s Advanced Technologies Group. The employees in this space work on projects far outside Uber’s core ride-hailing business—they’re designing and developing self-driving vehicles, plans for aviation sharing, and the company’s JUMP bikes and scooters. And they get out of the office a lot: Working on transportation often means going along for the ride.

2 mins read
Entrepreneur
July - August 2019

The Metamorphosis

AI will bring many wonders. It may also destabilize everything from nuclear détente to human friendships. We need to think much harder about how to adapt.

9 mins read
The Atlantic
August 2019

Should You Buy STEM Toys For Your Kids?

As Joey Fortuna found out, it doesn’t matter how educational a toy is if kids don’t want to play with it.

10+ mins read
PC Magazine
June 2019

The Stock-Buy Back Swindle

American corporations are spending trillions of dollars to repurchase their own stock. The practice is enriching CEOs—at the expense of everyone else.

7 mins read
The Atlantic
August 2019