I just watched this video, and it’s an old video from the year 2018. We’re now on the second day of the year 2021, and I really can’t imagine how even more efficient in speed and the level of automation has had occurred in the factory in which the video right after the break reveals. The question is, will humans go the way of the horses in the future? Hmm… I think that we can automate pretty much everything except for human intuition and creativity. Well, just maybe not yet!
I don’t know much about the manufacturing process of PCBs (Printed Circuit Boards) and other electronic devices. I know that doing the 3D printing of complicated layers for electronic devices from just a sophisticated 2D blueprint is rather complicated. Luckily, I’ve come across some information that enlightens me on this whole shebang.
CEO of Nano Dimension, Yoav Stern, suggests that currently, the process of unsophisticated 3D printing of electronic devices can only print 2D electronic layers on any 3D devices. Yoav Stern suggests that the 3D printed technology using the Additive Manufacturing Electronics method patented by Nano Dimension can do better. According to Yoav Stern, Nano Dimension can allow any company to print complicated electronic devices such as PCBs easily from sophisticated 2D blueprints (i.e., blueprints generated by computer software). It means that these 3D printers made by Nano Dimension can deploy as sophisticated prototype 3D printers.
The benefits of using in-house prototype 3D printers to print electronic prototypes are plenty. For example, IP (Intellectual Property) can be kept in-house secretly since the company doesn’t have to send out the IP to a third party to work on the prototypes. Moreover, these 3D printers from Nano Dimension can also be used as backup manufacturing machines for electronic devices such as PCBs. When the needs arise, any company can switch on the 3d printers to start doing the sophisticated 3D printing of electronic devices.
Honestly, I’d purchased shares of Nano Dimension’s stock, and so I’m glad to be able to get more details on this company through the video right after the break. In the video, Yoav Stern goes into detail on why Nano Dimension’s Additive Manufacturing Electronics technology (3D printers) can outdo their competitors.
Can a self-driving car be useful in the aspect of becoming a backflow of power to a grid solution? In the video right after the break, the duo presenters like to think so as they profess Tesla could have huge fleets of robotaxi cars frequently charging up the grid and earning Tesla the bucks on the side. In such a scenario, Tesla could be doing both things such as selling extremely expensive cars to the rich while providing robotaxi cars to the everyday people while earning real money on the side as these robotaxi cars would charge up the grid when idling. What do you think?
Why do I think new energy vehicle makers such as Tesla will be the biggest winners in the race of selling more cars in the near and longer future? Just think about it! Internal Combustion Engine (ICE) has had been around forever, and it’s as good as it gets! Before Tesla introduced EVs (Electric Vehicles), a self-driving car wasn’t even a big deal until Tesla pushed hard on introducing self-driving levels onto its own EVs. As new energy vehicle makers eager to compete against ICE, they want to prove that their vehicles are more modern, longer-lasting, faster, stronger, and smarter — thus innovation is going to be unstoppable in the new energy vehicle sector which is a sub-sector of the auto industry. Eventually, this sub-sector could overtake ICE one day for good because after all — driving EVs and other new energy vehicles helps the world stops the global warming phenomenon.
Disclaimer: I have an investment in a stock that belongs to an EV maker. Thus, I tend to be more biased with a positive attitude toward the EV industry.
I went to Walmart two days ago, and on the way out of the store, I saw a mopping machine that was automated to clean the floor. Although I was surprised to see it, I wasn’t surprised that Walmart automated a cleaner away. Although I was surprised to see it, I wasn’t surprised by the cleverness of the technology. Why? All of this was written on the horizon for a long time already. This reminds me of what Andrew Yang keeps on reminding us about as he is running as a presidential candidate — wall to wall of big brands’ fulfillment centers are being filled with robots. Anyhow, check out the short clip video that I took on my smartphone of a robot mopper.
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