Global spending on regulatory technology (regtech) is forecast to exceed US$127 billion by 2024, up from US$25 billion in 2019.
Swedish tech giant Ericsson says it has completed a 500 million kroner (US $51.5 million) transformation of its “smart” manufacturing factory in Nanjing, China, with the resulting automated factory now operational and standing among the most advanced manufacturing facilities in the industry.
Robotics and automation will have the biggest impact on the global mining industry in the next 15 years, according to mining executives.
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