Robotic process automation refers to the use of software programs to perform tasks that have been previously performed exclusively by humans or at least, thought to be only possible to have been done by humans. These programs, referred to by the moniker ‘bots’, can be programmed to perform a variety of tasks. The so called ‘dumb’ bots can perform simple tasks like controlling and maintaining systems, monitoring levels and other mundane tasks that do not require any decision making and fall within well-defined rules.
The study provides historic data of 2015 along with forecast from 2016 to 2024 based on volume (units) and revenue (US$ Mn). It includes drivers and restraints of the packaging robot market along with their impact on demand during the forecast period. The report also comprises the study of opportunities available in the market for packaging robot on the global and regional level.
NPR Planet Money Correspondent Adam Davidson tackled the issue of manufacturing in the United States by examining the history of manufacturing in one town-Greenvile County, South Carolina. Greenvile used to be a textile manufacturing town where communities were defined by what factory you worked for. The jobs were great for people with little education. It was common for people to drop out of high school in order to start work. Manufacturing jobs in the United States was always a great option for people who might be unable or unwilling to go to college and get a law or business degree. Manufacturing gave a certain sect of the American population a chance at the American Dream. Over the years, as textile manufacturing jobs continued to be outsourced overseas, the factories began to close.
The term ”robot” refers to appliances and machines that are monitored and controlled by a computer. They are used extensively to ease human workload. Robots are designed to perform repetitive chores quickly and efficiently as compared to human beings. Robots are used in various types of industries, as they help save on labor costs.
You see, there was an interesting article in Business Insider Tech News titled ”Foreign robotics companies find success in China,” written by Jonathan Camhi published on September 22, 2015 which stated: