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With more than thirty years of experience we have managed to develop our own global network of enterprises. The SOCEM Group is multicultural and diversified, with a unique and innovative market approach as far as mold manufacturing is concerned. We do understand the meaning of globalization and the importance of being present at strategic locations.

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Kansas City-based CRB, a design, engineering and construction services firm specializing in builds in the life sciences and technology sectors, recently announced it has opened its first Canadian office, in Mississauga, Ont. The firm espouses a One Solution approach to projects, notes a July 9 release, combining architectural, engineering development and design through to construction and commissioning services in one team. The office will be overseen by Daniel Lachapelle, a mechanical engineer ...

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The Star Online | March 18, 2020

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In Silicon Valley, it's tough to go two blocks without seeing a self-driving autonomous car, said Steven Hong, chief executive of Beavercreek-based company Oculii. Hong should know. His company is writing software that aims to have a place in the autonomous transportation revolution, helping those same vehicles see better. Beavercreek software business Oculii is developing powerful radar for autonomous systems, including vehicles. Its work has already been recognised by the Dayton Developmen...

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ABB Robotics | May 21, 2021

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EE Times | February 12, 2020

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In the short term, there will be jobs for engineers in AI, big data, and VR. The resulting technologies are likely to eliminate millions of other jobs, however. With 20 million manufacturing layoffs projected by 2030, continuing education has never been more important. Here are the top trends for 2020 and beyond. It is in the moments we encounter robots in the grocery store and humanoids at the front desks of hotels that we realize we are already living in the future. We may not yet have self-dr...

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CRB OPENS ITS FIRST CANADIAN ENGINEERING AND CONSTRUCTION OFFICE IN MISSISSAUGA

CRB | July 14, 2020

Kansas City-based CRB, a design, engineering and construction services firm specializing in builds in the life sciences and technology sectors, recently announced it has opened its first Canadian office, in Mississauga, Ont. The firm espouses a One Solution approach to projects, notes a July 9 release, combining architectural, engineering development and design through to construction and commissioning services in one team. The office will be overseen by Daniel Lachapelle, a mechanical engineer ...

Read More
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TAKING AIM AT THE AUTONOMOUS FUTURE

The Star Online | March 18, 2020

In Silicon Valley, it's tough to go two blocks without seeing a self-driving autonomous car, said Steven Hong, chief executive of Beavercreek-based company Oculii. Hong should know. His company is writing software that aims to have a place in the autonomous transportation revolution, helping those same vehicles see better. Beavercreek software business Oculii is developing powerful radar for autonomous systems, including vehicles. Its work has already been recognised by the Dayton Developmen...

Read More
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ROBOTICS AND AUTOMATION

ABB ROBOTICS IS ADVANCING CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY AUTOMATION TO MAKE BUILDINGS SAFER AND MORE SUSTAINABLE

ABB Robotics | May 21, 2021

ABB Robotics is driving automation within the housing industry with new robotic automation solutions to deal with key challenges, including the necessity for cheaper and environmentally friendly housing and to scale back the environmental impact of construction, amidst a labor and skills shortage. Robotic automation offers huge potential to reinforce productivity, efficiency, and manufacturing flexibility throughout the development industry, including automating the fabrication of...

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ENGINEERS: REMAINING RELEVANT IN 2020 AND BEYOND

EE Times | February 12, 2020

In the short term, there will be jobs for engineers in AI, big data, and VR. The resulting technologies are likely to eliminate millions of other jobs, however. With 20 million manufacturing layoffs projected by 2030, continuing education has never been more important. Here are the top trends for 2020 and beyond. It is in the moments we encounter robots in the grocery store and humanoids at the front desks of hotels that we realize we are already living in the future. We may not yet have self-dr...

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