In this section, RoboticsBiz covers all technology aspects of robotics from its design, development, deployment etc.

document automation

Document automation – The key to digital transformation

Documents preserve data, knowledge, and information required for effective business operations that benefit stakeholders (Glushko & McGrath 2008). However, the manual process of creating...
back office

How robots conquer business processes in back offices

Robotic Process Automation (RPA) — the automation of complex processes that replaces humans through the implementation of advanced software — is transforming the future...

Cloud Confidentiality – Threats and defense strategies

Data sent to the cloud are not stored in a single cloud storage server. It is replicated in different cloud data centers in different...
office automation

Office automation – How does it transform work?

Automation refers to a wide variety of technologies that eliminate or minimize the need for human intervention in operations. This covers business process automation...

Data preparation steps – Why do they matter?

Raw data, which are accumulated from various sources in the form of logs, sensor output, government data, medical research data, climate data, geospatial data,...
swarm robotics

Possible future applications of swarm robots

Swarm robotics studies creating communities of straightforward, autonomous robots that can work together and coordinate like natural swarms. They can organize themselves and function...

Wearables in the workplace – Key barriers to the adoption

Smartwatches and fitness trackers are two examples of wearable sensors growing in popularity worldwide. They have been used to monitor clinical and rehabilitation procedures,...

Zero trust architecture: 4 reasons why you need it

The Zero Trust approach to cloud and mobile security holds that no user or application should be trusted by default. The least-privileged access principle,...

Autonomous trucks: Benefits for the trucking industry

Worth $9.6 trillion in 2018, according to Armstrong & Associates, the global logistics market currently represents approximately 12% of the world’s GDP. The trucking...

Forensics as a Service (FaaS) explained

Digital forensics is a methodology that combines elements of law and computer science to gather and analyze data from computer systems, applications, networks, and...