Mobile navigation – Kabusikikaisha http://kabusikikaisha.com/ Mon, 27 Jun 2022 17:06:10 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://kabusikikaisha.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/icon-74-150x150.png Mobile navigation – Kabusikikaisha http://kabusikikaisha.com/ 32 32 Global Mobile Robot Positioning and Navigation Systems Market 2022 Business Standards and Competition Landscape 2028 – Amazon Robotics, Siasun Robot & Automation, Huaxun Zhihang Technology Co., Ltd. https://kabusikikaisha.com/global-mobile-robot-positioning-and-navigation-systems-market-2022-business-standards-and-competition-landscape-2028-amazon-robotics-siasun-robot-automation-huaxun-zhihang-technology-co/ Mon, 27 Jun 2022 17:06:10 +0000 https://kabusikikaisha.com/global-mobile-robot-positioning-and-navigation-systems-market-2022-business-standards-and-competition-landscape-2028-amazon-robotics-siasun-robot-automation-huaxun-zhihang-technology-co/ The most recent research study Global Mobile Robot Positioning and Navigation Systems Market from 2022 to 2028 of MarketsandResearch.biz includes in-depth analysis of industry and key market trends, along with historical and projected market data. The observation projects the Mobile Robot Positioning and Navigation System market revenue from 2022 to 2028, with 2021 serving as […]]]>

The most recent research study Global Mobile Robot Positioning and Navigation Systems Market from 2022 to 2028 of MarketsandResearch.biz includes in-depth analysis of industry and key market trends, along with historical and projected market data. The observation projects the Mobile Robot Positioning and Navigation System market revenue from 2022 to 2028, with 2021 serving as the base year and 2028 as the projection year.

The study focuses on historical and current market trends which can be used to forecast the futures markets. The study also examines the Covid-19 and post-Covid trends of the global mobile robot positioning and navigation systems market. The entire market is depicted with emphasis on scope, production, manufacturing value, profit/loss, supply/demand, and import/export.

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Our researchers conducted an in-depth analysis of the competitive landscape and developed a strategic framework. The report also includes the segment namely:

  • Hospitals and health care
  • Manufacturing
  • Logistics and Warehousing
  • Other

The report is based on key industry geographies including

  • North America (United States, Canada and Mexico)
  • Europe (Germany, France, UK, Russia, Italy and Rest of Europe)
  • Asia-Pacific (China, Japan, Korea, India, Southeast Asia and Australia)
  • South America (Brazil, Argentina, Colombia and rest of South America)
  • Middle East and Africa (Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, Egypt, South Africa and Rest of Middle East and Africa)

The types segmented in the report are:

  • Magnetic stripe navigation system
  • QR code navigation system
  • Laser navigation system
  • Visual navigation system

The profiling depicts a lot of information along with the product offerings, production orientation, and key financials of major market players. The assessment of the following companies was provided in the document:

  • Amazon Robotics
  • Siasun Robot & Automation
  • Huaxun Zhihang Technology Co., Ltd.
  • Suzhou Kunhou Automation Technology
  • Zhejiang Kecong Control Technology Co., Ltd.
  • Kollmorgen
  • BlueBotics

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Meet Proteus: Amazon unveils an autonomous robot designed to move large carts through its warehouses https://kabusikikaisha.com/meet-proteus-amazon-unveils-an-autonomous-robot-designed-to-move-large-carts-through-its-warehouses/ Wed, 22 Jun 2022 13:04:04 +0000 https://kabusikikaisha.com/meet-proteus-amazon-unveils-an-autonomous-robot-designed-to-move-large-carts-through-its-warehouses/ Over the past decade, Amazon has built an army of robot workers to sort packages and move products safely through its warehouses. The company has now unveiled its latest robot called Proteus, which it describes as its “first fully autonomous mobile robot”. Like Amazon’s current warehouse robots, Proteus is designed to move large carts full […]]]>

Over the past decade, Amazon has built an army of robot workers to sort packages and move products safely through its warehouses.

The company has now unveiled its latest robot called Proteus, which it describes as its “first fully autonomous mobile robot”.

Like Amazon’s current warehouse robots, Proteus is designed to move large carts full of packages around the warehouse floor.

But while its usual robots must operate in a caged area away from human workers, Amazon says Proteus will be able to move freely around the warehouse.

The robot uses Amazon’s own safety, perception and navigation technology to move around autonomously and avoid bumping into human workers.

“Historically, it has been difficult to safely integrate robotics into the same physical space as people,” the company said in a blog post.

“We believe Proteus will change that while remaining smart, safe and collaborative.”

Proteus is designed to work alongside humans, moving large carts full of packages around the warehouse floor

In a video of the new robot, Proteus can be seen sliding under one of Amazon’s “GoCarts” – the non-automated carts used to move packages around the company’s warehouses.

A panel in the center of the robot lifts up, raising the GoCart just inches off the ground.

Proteus then begins its autonomous journey through the warehouse, using technology similar to that used in driverless cars to navigate aisles and avoid obstacles.

It emits a green beam in front of it as it moves, and it stops if a human worker walks past the beam.

When it reaches its destination, the center panel lowers and the robot slides and moves to the next GoCart.

“The robot was designed to be automatically directed to perform its work and move among employees, which means it doesn’t need to be confined to restricted areas,” Amazon said.

“It can work in a way that increases a simple and safe interaction between technology and people, opening up a wider range of possible uses to help our employees.”

Amazon describes Proteus as its

Amazon describes Proteus as its “first fully autonomous mobile robot”

The robot uses Amazon's own security, perception and navigation technology to move around autonomously

The robot uses Amazon’s own security, perception and navigation technology to move around autonomously

Proteus emits a green beam in front of him as he moves, and he stops if a human worker walks past the beam

Proteus emits a green beam in front of him as he moves, and he stops if a human worker walks past the beam

Amazon hasn’t revealed exactly when Proteus will hit warehouses, or how widely it will be rolled out.

However, the company said it would initially be used in the “outbound GoCart processing areas” of its fulfillment centers and sorting centers.

Amazon’s vision is to automate GoCart management across the network, reducing the need for people to manually move heavy items and instead allowing them to “focus on more rewarding work”. the company said.

Amazon also unveiled another new robot called Cardinal, designed to reduce the risk of employee injury when performing tasks that require lifting and turning large or heavy packages.

Cardinal uses artificial intelligence (AI) and computer vision to select a package from a pile, lift it, read the label and place it in a GoCart to send the package on the next leg of its journey.

“With Cardinal, package sorting occurs earlier in the shipping process, which speeds up processing time in the facility,” Amazon said.

“Amazon’s shipping operations run more smoothly because Cardinal converts manual labor in batches to continuous, automated work.”

The company is currently testing a prototype capable of lifting boxes up to 22.7 kg (50 pounds) and plans to deploy the robotic arm in fulfillment centers by next year.

The use of robots in Amazon warehouses dates back to 2012, when the retail giant acquired a robotics company called Kiva for $775 million.

Although the company already had some automation in its fulfillment centers, the acquisition of Kiva allowed Amazon to quickly automate large parts of its supply chain.

However, he denies that the intention was ever to replace human workers with robots.

“Since the early days of acquiring Kiva, our vision has never been tied to a binary decision of people Where technology,” Amazon said.

“Instead, it was about people and technology working together safely and harmoniously to meet the needs of our customers. This vision remains today.

Unfortunately, Amazon’s human employees and robots don’t always work in perfect harmony.

In 2019, a Center for Investigative Reporting report found that warehouses that used robots reported more injuries than those that didn’t.

Researchers found that the serious injury rate almost quadrupled in the four years after the robots were introduced at an Amazon facility in Tracy, California.

A separate report by a University of Illinois researcher found that warehouse technology can contribute to sluggish wages, higher turnover rates, employee burnout, and experiences of lower quality work, due to the way AI software can monitor and micromanage worker behaviors.

Meanwhile, a report from the US Occupational Safety and Health Administration in 2021 showed that Amazon reported higher rates of serious injuries that cause employees to miss work or move to work. lighter duties than other warehouse operators in retail.

Amazon denies it intends to replace human workers with robots - instead it envisions them working side-by-side

Amazon denies it intends to replace human workers with robots – instead it envisions them working side-by-side

In 2020, there were 5.9 serious injuries per 100 full-time Amazon warehouse workers, nearly double the rate of serious injuries recorded in non-Amazon warehouses.

In 2020, there were 5.9 serious injuries per 100 full-time Amazon warehouse workers, nearly double the rate of serious injuries recorded in non-Amazon warehouses.

In 2020, there were 5.9 serious injuries per 100 full-time Amazon warehouse workers, nearly double the rate of serious injuries recorded in non-Amazon warehouses.

By comparison, Walmart, the largest private U.S. employer and one of Amazon’s competitors, reported 2.5 serious cases per 100 workers at its facilities in 2020.

Earlier this year, an Amazon worker from the UK shared a video of when he was pinned down by an automatic robot carrying a stack of yellow shelves, causing him to get stuck in a maze of aisles .

“It can get crazy sometimes. These robots like to mess around, the worker said in a TikTok video,

“The robots at work trapped me. It seems like 15 minutes to get out.

However, Amazon also wants to use robots to make its warehouses safer for its workers.

Last year, the company unveiled two robots known as “Bert” and “Ernie”, which use motion-capture technology to identify potential safety issues in warehouses, so the company can make changes to reduce the risk of injury.

“With this data, visualizations and employee feedback, we seek to identify relatively simple changes that can have a big impact,” Kevin Keck, global director of advanced technologies at Amazon, said in a blog post at the time.

“Something as simple as changing the position of the handles on the bins can help to massively reduce the risk of injury to our employees.

WILL YOUR JOB BE TAKEN BY A ROBOT? PHYSICAL JOBS ARE THE MOST RISKY

Physical jobs in predictable environments, including machine operators and fast food workers, are most likely to be replaced by robots.

New York-based management consulting firm McKinsey focused on how many jobs would be lost to automation and which occupations are most at risk.

The report indicates that collecting and processing data are two other categories of activities that can increasingly be done better and faster with machines.

This could displace large amounts of labor – for example, in mortgages, paralegal work, accounting and back-office transaction processing.

Conversely, jobs in unpredictable environments are the least risky.

The report adds: “Professions such as gardeners, plumbers or child and elderly care providers – will also generally see less automation by 2030, as they are technically difficult to automate and often require salaries relatively lower, making automation a less attractive business proposition.’

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Amazon’s first fully autonomous warehouse robot is called Proteus https://kabusikikaisha.com/amazons-first-fully-autonomous-warehouse-robot-is-called-proteus/ Wed, 22 Jun 2022 00:49:36 +0000 https://kabusikikaisha.com/amazons-first-fully-autonomous-warehouse-robot-is-called-proteus/ Amazon has announced its “first fully autonomous mobile robot”, intended to move large shopping carts around its warehouses. The robot is called Proteus, and Amazon says it can safely navigate around human employees, unlike some of its older robots that it kept separated in a caged area. Amazon claims the Proteus robots have “advanced security, […]]]>

Amazon has announced its “first fully autonomous mobile robot”, intended to move large shopping carts around its warehouses. The robot is called Proteus, and Amazon says it can safely navigate around human employees, unlike some of its older robots that it kept separated in a caged area.

Amazon claims the Proteus robots have “advanced security, perception, and navigation technologies,” and a (strangely silent) video shows the robots shining a green light in front of them as they move. When a human enters the beam, the robot stops moving, then resumes after the person walks away.

The company also announced several other robotic systems. One, called Cardinal, is a robotic arm capable of lifting and moving packages weighing up to 50 pounds, which Amazon hopes to roll out to warehouses next year. The company says its computer vision systems allow it to pick and lift individual packages, even if they’re stacked.

The Amazon post also showcases technology that could allow employees to ditch the handheld scanners they use to register barcodes. Instead, workers stand in front of a camera system that recognizes packages without stopping to scan the label. There aren’t many details about how it works other than a combination of machine learning and a 120fps camera system, but the effect is similar to what we’ve seen from the Just Walk Out technology. company that allows him to build stores without a cashier. . We’ve reached out to Amazon to ask them exactly what the system is looking at, and we’ll let you know if we get back to you.

As is often the case with new robotic technologies, there are potential labor issues. Despite recent reports that Amazon may soon struggle to find workers, the company says it’s not looking to build robots instead of hiring people. An official from Amazon’s robotics division explicitly stated Forbes that “replacing people with machines is just a mistake” that could lead to business failure. However, robots could play a role in setting a pace of work that humans struggle to safely follow, something we’ve already seen happen in business with automated management systems. The new scanning system seems particularly likely to create unrealistic expectations about how fast workers should move.

For its part, Amazon says all of its new robots could actually help improve security. Cardinal operates in places where workers would otherwise lift and twist heavy packages, a move that can lead to injury, and Proteus could “reduce the need for people to manually move heavy objects.” The company is also working on a robot that would deliver containers to workers rather than having them bend or climb to reach objects.

Amazon’s CEO recently vowed to systematically tackle injury rates in the company’s warehouses, though he played down reports that his workers are injured at double the industry rate by calling the company rates of “misunderstood”.

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Thanks to Starling, NASA will test complex swarm operations https://kabusikikaisha.com/thanks-to-starling-nasa-will-test-complex-swarm-operations/ Tue, 21 Jun 2022 21:26:50 +0000 https://kabusikikaisha.com/thanks-to-starling-nasa-will-test-complex-swarm-operations/ NASA is preparing to launch Starling, its first swarm of satellites. Instead of communicating directly with the four Starling cubesats, mission operators will send instructions to the swarm as a single entity. If successful, “swarms have the potential to revolutionize the way we do science,” said Howard Cannon, NASA Starling Project Manager at NASA Ames […]]]>

NASA is preparing to launch Starling, its first swarm of satellites. Instead of communicating directly with the four Starling cubesats, mission operators will send instructions to the swarm as a single entity.

If successful, “swarms have the potential to revolutionize the way we do science,” said Howard Cannon, NASA Starling Project Manager at NASA Ames Research Center. “Instead of having one monolithic spacecraft that you depend on to function properly, you can have multiple smaller spacecrafts that are less expensive.”

Swarms also offer NASA the ability to collect scientific data from multiple locations with much less hands-on than traditional constellations.

HelioSwarm, for example, is a $250 million mission NASA plans to launch in 2028 to study solar wind turbulence with nine satellites. HelioSwarm mission managers will communicate with the central satellite built by Northrop Grumman, which will coordinate the operations of eight small spacecraft built by Blue Canyon Technologies.

“HelioSwarm’s nine spacecraft form an observatory to provide the first-ever simultaneous, multi-scale observations of the solar wind needed to understand space plasma turbulence,” said Harlan Spence, HelioSwarm Principal Investigator and Director of the Institute for the Study of Earth and Oceans at the University of New Hampshire. and Space, said via email. “Turbulence is inherently a multi-scale process and these different scale sizes must be sampled simultaneously to understand how energy is transmitted.”

Despite the promise, swarms in general and the Starling mission in particular present challenges. It remains to be seen whether communication, navigation and autonomy technologies are advanced enough for swarm operations. NASA intends to find out during the six-month Starling mission with a series of experiments.

EXPERIMENTAL RANGE

First, the Mobile Ad-hoc Network experience. Starling mission officials will test whether six-unit cubesats can establish and maintain a dynamic communications network.

“If one of the satellites is out of range or fails, how do you ensure that the network is still achieving a certain level of reliability and throughput,” asked Shey Sabripour, founder and CEO of CesiumAstro, which provides defined radios by Starling software S-band intersatellite links. “That’s what we’re trying to solve here with NASA.”

Next up is the Starlink Optical Formation Flight Experiment, known as StarFOX. Starling satellites will rely on star trackers to move through various formations and avoid collisions.

“For the first time, we will give a swarm the ability to navigate autonomously in space without GPS, using only cameras embedded in these four cubesats pointing at each other,” said Simone D’ Amico, who runs the Space Rendezvous Laboratory at Stanford University. “By exchanging and processing the measurements of these cameras, we are able to determine the orbits of all spacecraft.”

The third demo, Reconfiguration and Orbit Maintenance Experiments Onboard (ROMEO), will test whether Starling satellites can maneuver autonomously to achieve their goals.

“Coordinated autonomous maneuvers will be required for future constellations and swarms where communication delays and bandwidth limitations make ground control impractical,” said Austin Probe, chief technology officer for Emergent Space Technologies. “ROMEO integrates our Autopilot and Navigator flight software products to demonstrate autonomous station-keeping and Starling swarm reconfiguration.”

While the Starling satellites will perform autonomous operations in orbit, L3Harris Technologies will run a variation of its flight dynamics planning software on the ground.

“The ground planning software is a benchmark for seeing how well autonomous satellites perform in this type of test scenario,” said Praveen Kurian, L3Harris general manager for space superiority.

Starling’s latest experiment, Distributed Spacecraft Autonomy, relies on artificial intelligence to come up with plans based on ionospheric observations. Along with GPS receivers, Starling satellites will monitor ionospheric density and move around to further explore regions of particularly high or low density. Starling satellites “will automatically adjust their measurement techniques to take advantage of their relative positions,” Cannon said.

LAUNCH OF FLUO

The Starling mission is set to launch later this year from Vandenberg Space Force Base, California, on a Firefly Aerospace Alpha rocket. The launch, alongside seven other cubesat missions, is a demonstration of NASA’s Venture-class launch services.

However, Firefly first plans to complete Flight 2, the company’s second orbital test launch. Firefly attempted in September to send its first Alpha into orbit, but was unsuccessful due to the failure of one of Alpha’s four engines.

Another orbital test flight is scheduled for July. After that, the company will “go as fast as we can” toward the NASA launch, said Kim Jennett, Firefly’s chief marketing officer.

For Firefly, Starling is “very important in developing a long-term partnership with NASA,” said Firefly CEO Tom Markusic. “We are very honored to be part of this program.”

When the satellites are in orbit, Blue Canyon Technologies, the subsidiary of Raytheon Technologies that also manufactured the Starling satellites, will provide support for mission operations.

“The mission gives BCT the opportunity to demonstrate the flexibility of our mission operating system, from ground planning to mission plan retrieval and download to timely delivery of mission data, while operating a constellation of spacecraft,” said Stephanee Borck, BCT Starling program manager.

This article originally appeared in the June 2022 issue of SpaceNews magazine.

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20 Law Firm Website Design Tips to Reduce Bounce Rate | Good2bSocial media https://kabusikikaisha.com/20-law-firm-website-design-tips-to-reduce-bounce-rate-good2bsocial-media/ Wed, 15 Jun 2022 21:17:57 +0000 https://kabusikikaisha.com/20-law-firm-website-design-tips-to-reduce-bounce-rate-good2bsocial-media/ High bounce rates are bad for business. For web marketers, reducing the bounce rate is an important part of the strategy. Bounce rates can provide key insights that reveal opportunities. If you can identify high bounce rates, then you can take steps to increase site engagement and improve site performance using these law firm website […]]]>

High bounce rates are bad for business. For web marketers, reducing the bounce rate is an important part of the strategy. Bounce rates can provide key insights that reveal opportunities. If you can identify high bounce rates, then you can take steps to increase site engagement and improve site performance using these law firm website design principles.

High Bounce Rates and Law Firm Website Design

Before we dig into tactics to reduce bounce rates, let’s make sure we understand what bounce rates are and how they can be negative or positive. According to Google:

Bounce rate is the number of single-page sessions divided by all sessions or the percentage of all sessions on your site in which users viewed only one page.

Essentially, this means that when a visitor “bounces” off a webpage, they have left not just that page, but the entire website after viewing a single page. Many people think of bounce rates as strictly negative because they can indicate a poor user experience. For example, a site visitor arrived at a page, but the content did not deliver what they expected. However, a high bounce rate can also reflect good things, like a visitor finding exactly what they were looking for immediately and simply leaving the page.

Tactics to Reduce a Negative Bounce Rate with Law Firm Website Design

If you’ve determined that a high bounce rate isn’t due to positives, you should work to reduce it. Here are 20 ways to reduce bounce rates with law firm website design principles.

1. Review loading times

A user waiting more than a few seconds for a page to load is a bad user experience and likely to leave. Regularly generate reports on the loading times of your web pages.

2. Don’t neglect site research

Adding a search feature to the site provides a much better experience for users by helping them quickly locate the information they want.

3. Keep navigation easy

Navigation should be as simple as possible for users. Make it clear where the content is and how to access it.

4. Make sure the design is intuitive

A good design builds trust with a user and is a signal of quality for search engines. Design is not only about aesthetics, but also about functionality, ease of use and overall experience.

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5. Keep mobile in mindlaw firm website design

Research shows that mobile users have even less patience than desktop users. Focus on a responsive design so you don’t lose mobile traffic.

6. Keep web content clear

It is important that the text on your pages is easy to read and formatted effectively. Visitors don’t want to see large chunks of unorganized text. Make sure content is formatted simply, with smaller blocks of text, bulleted lists, etc.

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7. Write short paragraphs

Similar to the point above, keeping content concise improves readability. Create copy that your visitors can read and consume quickly.

8. Use a variety of content

Using multiple forms of content can better engage site visitors. Use a mix of high-quality images, video content, and infographics.

9. Focus on relevant keywords

Using relevant keywords that truly match the topic of the content ensures that users find what they are looking for. Review content for accuracy of words, sentences, and paragraphs. Remember that the closer visitors come to the content they are looking for, the less likely they are to leave the page.

10. Target a specific audience

Similar to using relevant keywords, focusing on who will read your content will ensure your audience gets to the content they want to see. Identify your primary target audience and tailor the content to them. If your targeting is too broad, you’re more likely to see a higher bounce rate.

11. Don’t use pop-ups

As a general law firm website design principle, users do not appreciate being interrupted. Try to limit items that will prevent users from directly accessing relevant content. Let them scroll and consume information before diverting their attention.

12. Limit advertising

If you use ads on your page, be careful about their use and placement. While some ads can perform well, they can also be a distraction. Bulky or misplaced ads are detrimental to the user experience.

13. Make the CTA clear

The next steps should be obvious on every web page. Users should be able to locate the CTA within seconds of being on a page.

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14. Take care of broken links

A lot of broken links are really bad for the user experience. Make sure to find one of the broken links on your website. Use Google Search Console or a site audit tool like Screaming Frog to pull up a list of links that need your attention.

15. Spend time on an internal linking strategy

Internal links can entice users to stay on your website. It’s a good way to let users easily navigate to the content they’re looking for.

16. Make sure links open in a new tab

As part of a well-defined internal linking strategy, you should ensure that links open in new tabs. Not only does this ensure that users spend more time on your website, but it prevents them from clicking through to your site to create a new one.

17. Use a helpful 404 page

A 404 page should communicate not only that the chosen page cannot be found, but also alternative pages that a user can navigate to. Simply saying “page not found” won’t keep users on your website.

18. Post new content regularly

Having new and interesting content keeps people on your site longer. Even if they only came to see one particular item, they might be inclined to look around.

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19. Include trust signals like reviews

Even if they don’t realize it, users constantly rate your website to see how trustworthy and credible your business is. Highlighting things like positive reviews or testimonials shows visitors how reliable your business is. You can also include special seals and other features that keep your site secure.

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20. Take advantage of Google Analytics and other tools

There are many platforms that can help you track user engagement as well as other important metrics. Google Analytics will show you time spent on site, bounce rate, pages per session and much more.

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Diagnosing the reason for your high bounce rate will direct you to the appropriate action. Spending time to figure out your bounce rate and then using these law firm website design tips will increase site visitor engagement and user satisfaction. For more tips on creating a website that works as a marketing tool and lead generator, start a conversation with the web designers at our law firm.

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Upcoming Trends of Mobile Neurosurgery Surgical Navigation System Market Segmented by Type, Application, End-User, and Region https://kabusikikaisha.com/upcoming-trends-of-mobile-neurosurgery-surgical-navigation-system-market-segmented-by-type-application-end-user-and-region/ Tue, 14 Jun 2022 13:21:01 +0000 https://kabusikikaisha.com/upcoming-trends-of-mobile-neurosurgery-surgical-navigation-system-market-segmented-by-type-application-end-user-and-region/ The Mobile Neurosurgery Surgical Navigation System Market The research investigation covers the quantitative and qualitative analysis of each type to identify the driving forces of the fastest growing type segment in the Mobile Neurosurgery Surgical Navigation System market. The competitive picture of the Mobile Neurosurgery Surgical Navigation System market includes vendor details along with market […]]]>

The Mobile Neurosurgery Surgical Navigation System Market The research investigation covers the quantitative and qualitative analysis of each type to identify the driving forces of the fastest growing type segment in the Mobile Neurosurgery Surgical Navigation System market. The competitive picture of the Mobile Neurosurgery Surgical Navigation System market includes vendor details along with market potential, company overview, presence, sales and revenue of the Surgical Navigation System market products in Mobile Neurosurgery, the company’s total revenue, market share, price, SWOT analysis, production sites and product. launch facilities.

This research study breaks down the sales, revenue and market share of each Mobile Neurosurgery Surgical Navigation System for each player. The document studies the parent market dynamics, macroeconomic measure values, and control components from top to bottom. Further, the study examines the subjective impact of various market aspects on the divisions and geologies of the Mobile Neurosurgery Surgical Navigation System market.

Main Drivers and Obstacles:

High-impacting factors and rendering drivers have been studied in the Mobile Neurosurgery Surgical Navigation System market report to help readers understand the overall development. Additionally, the report contains restrictions and challenges that may hinder players. This will help users pay attention and make informed trading decisions. The specialists also looked at the next business prospects.

In its latest report, ReportsGlobe offers a comprehensive overview of Mobile Neurosurgery Surgical Navigation System Market with focus on keyword dynamics including driving forces, restraints, opportunities, trends and in-depth information on the structure of the Mobile Neurosurgery Surgical Navigation System market. Mobile Neurosurgery Surgical Navigation System market sales in the global market will increase as business and advanced technology increase. With the covid-19 epidemic, companies have become very dependent on digital platforms to survive.

Major Players Covered in Mobile Neurosurgery Surgical Navigation System Markets:

  • Medtronic
  • Mazor Robotics
  • Scopis
  • stryker
  • Medtech SA
  • NDI
  • Medrobotics
  • Restoration robotics
  • Intuitive surgery
  • THINK Surgical
  • TransEnterix

    Mobile Neurosurgery Surgical Navigation System Market Split By Type:

  • Electromagnetic system
  • Optical system

    Mobile Neurosurgery Surgical Navigation System Market Split By Application:

  • Hospital
  • Clinical
  • Other

    Mobile Neurosurgery Surgical Navigation System Market Segment Analysis

    The market study explores new data in the Mobile Neurosurgery Surgical Navigation System market report. It examines the market size in terms of the value of each segment, as well as how market dynamics are likely to change over time. The report then divides this information into types and proposed applications, with a geographical breakdown (North America, Asia, Europe, and Rest of the World). In addition, the report examines the structure of the industry, offers estimates of growth, forecast period, revenue value, and volume in industrial applications, and sheds light on industry competition.

    Scope of Mobile Neurosurgery Surgical Navigation System Market Report

    ATTRIBUTES

    The description

    ESTIMATED YEAR

    2022

    YEAR OF REFERENCE

    2021

    FORECAST YEAR

    2022 to 2028

    HISTORICAL YEAR

    2020

    SECTORS COVERED

    Types, applications, end users, and more.

    REPORT COVER

    Revenue Forecast, Business Ranking, Competitive Landscape, Growth Factors and Trends

    BY REGION

    North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, Latin America, Middle East and Africa

    Regional Analysis For Mobile Neurosurgery Surgical Navigation System Market:

    The Mobile Neurosurgery Surgical Navigation System Market research report details current market trends, development outline, and several research methodologies. It illustrates the key factors that directly manipulate the market, for example, production strategies, development platforms, and product portfolio. According to our researchers, even minor changes in product profiles could lead to huge disruptions in the factors mentioned above.

    • North America includes the United States, Canada and Mexico
    • Europe includes Germany, France, UK, Italy, Spain
    • South America includes Colombia, Argentina, Nigeria and Chile
    • Asia Pacific includes Japan, China, Korea, India, Saudi Arabia and Southeast Asia

    Goals and objectives of Mobile Neurosurgery Surgical Navigation System Market Research

    • Understanding the opportunities and advancements in the Mobile Neurosurgery Surgical Navigation System determines the market strengths, along with the key regions and countries involved in the market growth.
    • Study the various segments of the Mobile Neurosurgery Surgical Navigation System market and the dynamics of the Mobile Neurosurgery Surgical Navigation System in the market.
    • Categorize the Mobile Neurosurgery Surgical Navigation System segments with increasing growth potential and assess the market for the futuristic segment.
    • To analyze the most important trends related to the various segments which help decipher and convince the Mobile Neurosurgery Surgical Navigation System market.
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    Jaguar Land Rover offers what3words navigation https://kabusikikaisha.com/jaguar-land-rover-offers-what3words-navigation/ Tue, 14 Jun 2022 03:35:40 +0000 https://kabusikikaisha.com/jaguar-land-rover-offers-what3words-navigation/ NAVIGATING across the vastness of Australia can be problematic if you rely on mobile phone connectivity due to terrain and distance related dropouts. This is not a problem in newer Jaguar or Land Rover vehicles equipped with the latest what3words (w3w) technology which provides precise and precise navigation even in the most remote locations. Current […]]]>

    NAVIGATING across the vastness of Australia can be problematic if you rely on mobile phone connectivity due to terrain and distance related dropouts. This is not a problem in newer Jaguar or Land Rover vehicles equipped with the latest what3words (w3w) technology which provides precise and precise navigation even in the most remote locations.

    Current Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) owners can also avail of the system free of charge and remotely over the air if their vehicle is fitted with the Pivi Pro infotainment system.

    JLR is the first automaker to integrate w3w global location technology into vehicles already on the road through an over-the-air (SOTA) software update feature. A geolocation system, w3w divided the globe into a grid of three-by-three-meter squares, and gave each a unique combination of three words: a what3words address.

    Using “always-on” technology, which works without the need for mobile connectivity, new and existing customers can navigate to any specific location in the world using just three words.

    “This world-changing technology is all about simplification, giving our customers a seamless, modern luxury experience that means they can find their way anywhere in the world without having to worry about connectivity,” said Mark, JLR navigation product owner and digital product platform specialist. Carter.

    “The partnership with what3words, made possible by HERE Technologies, further highlights our advanced SOTA (over-the-air software) capability that allows us to offer always-on, always-connected services.

    It’s part of the latest SOTA upgrade being offered to customers this year, following the previous update that gave more than 200,000 owners of existing Jaguar and Land Rover vehicles access to Amazon Alexa.

    In total, Jaguar Land Rover has performed over 1.3 million vehicle-level updates and over three million engine control unit updates as part of its always-on, always-connected capability , providing modern luxury and convenience to customers.

    Once updated, the system allows customers to enter what3words addresses directly into the navigation bar of the Pivi Pro infotainment system. The integration was carried out by HERE Technologies, JLR’s navigation partner for 25 years.

    HERE’s end-to-end connected driving services include turn-by-turn guidance, real-time traffic, and on- and off-street parking that enable a personalized experience, intuitively guiding drivers through their journey.

    “Over the years of working with Jaguar Land Rover, we have gained a deep understanding of their innovative thinking and technical requirements, through which we have been able to create industry-leading navigation solutions,” said the general manager and senior vice president of HERE Technologies. Gino Ferru.

    “This is the final step in our partnership: bringing what3words to Jaguar and Land Rover vehicles globally.”

    Chris Sheldrick, co-founder and CEO of what3words, said: “This partnership makes it easy and comfortable for you to get to the exact destination of your next adventure. Jaguar Land Rover has recognized the benefits our innovative technology brings to those on the road. Our partnership with HERE Technologies has made this possible.

    What3words Integrated is available in all new and existing Jaguar and Land Rover vehicles equipped with the advanced Pivi Pro infotainment system.

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    Advocacy for simple, text-based government websites https://kabusikikaisha.com/advocacy-for-simple-text-based-government-websites/ Fri, 10 Jun 2022 05:09:37 +0000 https://kabusikikaisha.com/advocacy-for-simple-text-based-government-websites/ Three things have come to define the public sector IT community: consolidation, modernization and simplification. Consolidation recognizes that you have too much of something, modernization recognizes that those things have passed their useful life, and simplification recognizes that things have become too complex. The internet and email were both still new when digital government first […]]]>

    Three things have come to define the public sector IT community: consolidation, modernization and simplification. Consolidation recognizes that you have too much of something, modernization recognizes that those things have passed their useful life, and simplification recognizes that things have become too complex.

    The internet and email were both still new when digital government first appeared in the 1990s. Government adopted them as they went, with built-in assumptions and all. Over time, some of the early HTML excitements fell out of favor and some legislatures sought to ban cookies, but most public agencies opted for the web feed – adding heavy graphics, photographs (including portraits required of the elected officials in charge) and even animation. . Often through benign neglect or adapting to organizational structures that made little sense outside of bureaucracy, navigation could become complex and inconsistent.

    But compared to queuing, online services have saved time and effort to get things done with the government. Today, thanks in large part to the ubiquitous use of cell phones to browse the web, many of those decades-old design conventions are being reimagined. According to analytics.usa.gov, which tracks federal government web traffic, at the time of writing, 53% of the 5.4 billion visits to federal sites in the past 90 days were made on a mobile device.


    Luke Fretwell, CEO of the civic engagement platform ProudCity, said in a conversation about the aesthetics of government websites that recognizing the mobile majority – along with the government’s obligation to render information and services easily accessible and widely available – are at the heart of site design and construction. for public use. Old-school graphics and a “more is more” approach born from a team of developers and designers oppose it. “Government websites aren’t really ours, are they?” Fretwell asked rhetorically. “If you want to be an artist, you know, take a painting class.”

    The answer in these mobile times is the simplification and reinvention of these plain text public sites. Text can be beautiful – witness harvardlawreview.org – and perfectly functional, as boston.gov shows. Text combined with .gov domains and iconography evokes official government status and conveys trust to users. Such a combination on a light-touch site was the design criteria for covid.gov, a site that scaled well; received positive feedback from users, decision-makers and the press; and provided much-needed information and assistance during the pandemic. The Social Security Administration is also working on a text-only site at beta.ssa.gov – the page is attractive, short, fast, and mobile-optimized.

    The Lone Star State introduced Texas by Texas (TxT). Aside from the wink and wink at the South by Southwest (SXSW) festival, TxT is shifting communication and transactions between public bodies and residents from email to SMS – instant, uncluttered and responsive. . The text-based digital help desk is in its infancy, but its operators hint at big plans and potential for transformation. Text messages differ from email in two important respects: almost all are read (98%) and analysis by Gartner indicates that nearly half (45%) elicit a response. In a world of communication burnout and fatigue, the beauty of text lies in its ability to penetrate and engage where other channels do not.

    Add artificial intelligence to the massive amount of government-generated text, and you have a new and potentially powerful approach to modernization. The MIT Technology Review reports Salesforce researchers who have trained software to accurately summarize long texts, including those created and owned by the government. According to the review, “It uses several machine learning tricks to produce surprisingly consistent and accurate snippets of text from longer chunks. And while it’s not as good as a person, it does indicate how condensation of the text could eventually become automated.

    There’s a lot of promise in all of this to make government information usable and useful. And text is literally and figuratively the lingua franca of the digital world. We are just a little behind in decluttering digital government to realize its full potential for serving all.

    GoverningThe opinion columns of reflect the opinions of their authors and not necessarily those of Governingthe publishers or the management of. Government technology is a sister site of Governing. Both are divisions of e.Republic.

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    Android 13 Beta 3: gesture navigation bar is now subtly bolder https://kabusikikaisha.com/android-13-beta-3-gesture-navigation-bar-is-now-subtly-bolder/ Wed, 08 Jun 2022 19:31:00 +0000 https://kabusikikaisha.com/android-13-beta-3-gesture-navigation-bar-is-now-subtly-bolder/ If you’re using the gesture navigation method in Android 13 Beta 3, the navigation bar has been updated to be slightly bolder and resemble the familiar iOS gesture bar. Android 13 Beta 3 offers more refinement ahead of Google’s next stable release of the next mobile operating system. While this isn’t a huge change by […]]]>

    If you’re using the gesture navigation method in Android 13 Beta 3, the navigation bar has been updated to be slightly bolder and resemble the familiar iOS gesture bar.

    Android 13 Beta 3 offers more refinement ahead of Google’s next stable release of the next mobile operating system. While this isn’t a huge change by any means, it’s actually the first change to the gesture navigation bar since it was introduced with Android 10. The previous three- and two-button navigation methods have been phased out as Google focuses entirely on gestures with all new devices.

    As you can see in the screenshots below, Android 12’s thin gesture navigation bar gets sturdier and subtly bolder in Android 13 Beta 3. That certainly helps make it clearer, but has more just a whiff of iOS – which has exclusively used gestures on select handsets since 2017’s iPhone X:

    While this is a cosmetic change, it makes this important UI element much more consistent with what’s available from other OEMs. It may also appease some iOS converts and Samsung users who have grown accustomed to a more prominent heads-up tab when using gesture navigation on their smartphones.

    The navigation bar area is only visually increased in Android 13 Beta 3 with no effect on the functionality of swipe gestures from your home screen or in apps. That said, it could be quite a controversial change that could frustrate some longtime fans of the thinner pill that’s been around for almost three years now.

    Be sure to let us know what you think of this cosmetic change in the comments section below. Alternatively, if you managed to flash Android 13 Beta 3 to your device and spotted something new or noteworthy, be sure to contact us. on Twitter.

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    The European Union will require all mobile devices to have a USB-C charging port: NPR https://kabusikikaisha.com/the-european-union-will-require-all-mobile-devices-to-have-a-usb-c-charging-port-npr/ Tue, 07 Jun 2022 17:23:16 +0000 https://kabusikikaisha.com/the-european-union-will-require-all-mobile-devices-to-have-a-usb-c-charging-port-npr/ The European Union aims to make multiple chargers a thing of the past for the bloc. Kenzo Tribouillard/AFP via Getty Images hide caption toggle caption Kenzo Tribouillard/AFP via Getty Images The European Union aims to make multiple chargers a thing of the past for the bloc. Kenzo Tribouillard/AFP via Getty Images Those in the European […]]]>

    The European Union aims to make multiple chargers a thing of the past for the bloc.

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    Those in the European Union won’t have to spend much more time looking for a charger.

    Mobile phones and portable electronic devices in the European Union will now have to have a USB-C charging port, according to an agreement reached on Tuesday by the European Commission, the executive branch of the EU.

    From 2024, tablets, digital cameras, video game consoles, headphones, portable speakers, e-readers, portable navigation systems, keyboards, mice and headphones will have to be equipped with the port.

    Laptop manufacturers have until 2026 to implement the universal charging port in their products.

    “No more packs of different chargers in our drawers,” Margrethe Vestager, executive vice president of A Europe fit for the digital age, said in a statement.

    “A common charger is a real advantage for us as consumers.”

    The EU hopes a universal charger will reduce carbon dioxide emissions and avoid waste, while eliminating the cost of buying multiple chargers for different devices.

    “The agreement we reached this morning will bring around €250 million in annual savings to consumers,” Thierry Breton, European Commissioner for the Union’s internal market, said in a statement.

    Unused or discarded chargers contribute about 11,000 tons of electronic waste each year, according to the commission.

    The universal charging requirement could impact big tech companies like Apple, which has a unique “Lightning” connector for iPhones, iPads and other mobile products.

    Apple didn’t immediately respond to a request for comment, but the company has already spoken out against the move.

    “We remain concerned that strict regulation mandating a single type of connector is stifling innovation rather than encouraging it, which in turn will hurt consumers in Europe and globally,” said a gatekeeper. word of the company in a press release last September.

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