Robotics has been a driving force behind many of the changes that companies have made this past year. With social distancing and lockdowns enforced through much of the year, we have all had to find new ways to continue to thrive. Automation has provided a tool for this change.
According to a report by the World Economic Forum, the pandemic has sped up the use of automation across 15 industries and 26 economies. The most competitive businesses, the report said, chose to upskill and reskill employees in response to the situation.
Change has been a hallmark of the pandemic use of robotics.
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