Making some of the world's least digitised industries more efficient, including manufacturing, logistics and construction is a global challenge at a critical time for humanity. We believe the next generation of tech, united with the next wave of creative thinkers, will be up to this challenge. With edge computing, augmented reality, collaborative and mobile robotics, autonomous vehicles, and ever-improving machine learning and computer vision, we feel that there’s a new industrial revolution knocking on our door.
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2 Jul 2018
Data, AI & Robots: Atomico’s Take on Industry 4.0
In a cable manufacturing plant near Chicago’s O’Hare International airport, a few small, sleek black boxes sit discreetly, plugged into decades-old plastic extrusion machinery, silently gathering data.
- Fabian Heinrich, Gregor Stühler and Lee Galbraith
Scoutbee’s three products provide data about the relationships of more than one billion suppliers, let procurement professionals manage an entire RFI and RFP process from start to finish and manage supplier relationships long-term, taking the process down from months and dozens of hours of work to only a few days. Finally, customers can access customer-specific data lakes.Read story
- Håvard Haukeland, Anders Kvale and Carl Christensen
Spacemaker’s mission is to help build sustainable and better cities using AI by dramatically improving decision making and collaboration in real estate development.Read story