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Category: Asia

Robotics | IoT

How a Chinese slowdown could help — or hurt — robotics

China is the most attractive market in the world for robotics suppliers, with a relatively low robot density, lots of manufacturing, and fewer regulations than in other countries. At the same time, there are plenty of things to discourage business, from worries about trade disputes and intellectual property to the recent Chinese slowdown. How should…

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Summer-Long Southeast Asia Makerthon Tackles Sustainability Challenges

Vietnamese makers are making a social impact in their country! Read on to find out how they are taking making to the next level.
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Is Asia Ready for a Sharing Economy?

Borrowing can be better than buying. Access can be more important than ownership. The rapidly rising number of global converts to the “sharing economy” suggests that temporary hires, peer-to-peer rentals, and other forms of “collaborative consump…

Mini Maker Faire Action: Videos from Groningen

Three beautiful videos from the first Mini Maker Faire in continental Europe, last weekend in Groningen, The Netherlands. Plus news on upcoming international fairs in Japan, Chile and the United Kingdom. Read the full article on MAKE