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30% of the UK's jobs at risk of automation

by: Startacus Admin ~ 15th January 2020
The Countries at Risk From Automation! According to new research by MerchantMachine.co.uk, at 82%, the UK takes fourth place in the list of European countries being most ready for automation and robotics, whilst 30% of the UK population’s jobs are at risk of automation. The research also offers insight into the amount of global revenue automation is set to generate in the next thr...
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ZIVA, a robotic solution for security and agriculture inspections

by: Startacus Admin ~ 22nd November 2019
Innovation in the security and agricultural sector thanks to ZIVA, the patrol and inspection robot... Edinburgh-based Casta Spes Technologies (CST), a startup which was founded by 24-year-old graduates, Selby Cary and Michael McDonald has created a robotic security vehicle offering security and inspection solutions across many sectors including agriculture, energy and construction. We previousl...
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FK Group launches startup search to drive innovation in the construction sector

by: Startacus Admin ~ 12th September 2019
Startups working on cutting-edge ConstructionTech and PropTech solutions, take note! FK Group, one of the UK’s leading full building envelope specialists, has launched FK Accelerate, a global search for startups working on Systems Optimisation, Drones and Virtual Inspections, Robotics, Tracking and Parts and other solutions to drive innovation in the construction sector.   Run in ...
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The Rise of Automation is a necessity not a choice

by: Startacus Admin ~ 21st May 2019
Here, Chris Unwin, CEO at LAC Conveyors and Automation explains how these developments in technology can be used to address the skills and labour shortage across a number of sectors.Automation has received mixed reviews from businesses in recent times; often depending on the type of organisation you are speaking to and the level of seniority of the individual being questioned. For some ...
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Small Robot Company raises BIG

by: Startacus Admin ~ 17th January 2019
We are delighted to report that Small Robot Company, a British agritech robotics startup for sustainable farming,has raised £1.2 million on Crowdcube equity crowdfunding. It reached its initial funding target of £500,000 within minutes of its launch thanks largely to support from the farming community. The company’s hugely successful campaign received support from far and w...
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Eliport - innovation in ground-based robotic delivery

by: Startacus Admin ~ 28th October 2018
Last mile logistics and deliveries made easy, thanks to these, coming soon, ground-based, robotic delivery machines from robotics startup Eliport. Pollution is becoming more and more of a problem, and with the Earth just 2 degrees Celsius from a ‘hothouse’ tipping point, something needs to be done soon. As we have said before, until governments get it together, it is up to entreprene...
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TUC calls for new tech to pave way to shorter working week and higher pay

by: Startacus Admin ~ 9th September 2018
New technology like AI, automation and robotics could pave the way for better working conditions – including higher pay and reduced workloads – a new TUC report called 'A Future that Works for Working People' sets out (10th September 2018).  Government and business estimate that new technologies could boost UK GDP by at least £200bn in the next decade. But most UK...
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The Mantis - the robotic rotary camera platform

by: Startacus Admin ~ 20th August 2018
Selby Cary, CEO of tech startup Casta Spes Technologies, chatted to Startacus about The Mantis - the robotic, remote-control, semi-autonomous, self-stabilising, all-terrain, single-wheel camera platform!    ...
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Startup of the Week - Robotify Vivero

by: Startacus Admin ~ 12th July 2018
The startup that's teaching coding by enabling children to control real life robots remotely... We all know that robots are going to have a huge impact on industry in the future, therefore it’s more important than ever that our children learn all they can now about robotics. Of course, prohibitive costs and indeed location has meant that this is often beyond the reach of many children or in...
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Hardware startups and founders offered FREE focused workshops and support

by: Startacus Admin ~ 8th May 2018
Hardware startups and founders take note - these FREE to attend workshops and one-to-one mentoring sessions care of CRL, the London based Hardware Accelerator and product focused Coworking space, could be the difference between make or break for your product-based business or idea. The Central Research Laboratory, based in the The Old Vinyl Factory, Hayes, West London is driven by the opportunity...
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