Trends suggest the global stock of robots will multiply even faster in the next 20 years, reaching as many as 20 million by 2030.
June 27, 2019
The robotics revolution is rapidly accelerating, as fast-paced technological advances in automation, engineering, energy storage, artificial intelligence and machine learning converge continue to transform the capabilities of robots and their ability to take over tasks once carried out by humans.
While a majority of respondents reported they were very or somewhat familiar with the manufacturing industry (76%), the survey reveals Americans are largely unaware of the robust state of the manufacturing sector.
October 1, 2018
Thomas, New York, released results from the “Manufacturing Perception Report,” which examines Americans’ perceptions about the manufacturing industry.
The manufacturing industry's innovation emphasis will move toward the development of new product-related services, supply chain improvements and innovative business models to create new competitive advantages over the next five years.
September 7, 2017
Nearly 90% of senior manufacturing industry executives predict that the competitive importance and pace of innovation will increase significantly as companies deepen their adoption of Manufacturing 4.0 (M4.0) technologies, according to results from the latest “Innovation in Manufacturing” research survey.
U.S. manufacturing production grew 11% since the dot.com bust (2000-03) and the ensuing economic turbulence of the 2001 and 2007-09 recessions.
June 12, 2017
Contrary to public perception, U.S. manufacturing and logistics industries experienced dramatic growth over the past generation, according to a new report from Ball State Center for Business and Economic Research (CBER), Muncie, Ind., and Conexus Indiana, Indianapolis, Ind.
Over 5,400 business investments were announced in 2015 and are expected to create or retain more than 402,000 jobs in the United States.
November 16, 2016
U.S. business investment projects accounted for $166 billion in capital investment in 2015, according to the EY 2016 US Investment Monitor (USIM), an annual report prepared by the Ernst & Young LLP Quantitative Economics and Statistics (QUEST) and Indirect Tax Incentives practices.