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The $40+ Billion Industrial Robotics Market by 2024

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EDITOR‘S NOTE

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s we come ever so closer to the year 2020, there have been nigh countless changes and noteworthy highs and lows for the industries that run the world. Truly, there is nothing permanent in the world but change, especially with the surge of ground-breaking technology and automations, palm-sized smart gadgets that give you a ton of features and capabilities, and app and software with internet access. Once a thing only conceptualized in works of science-fiction, technology in any form is what more than half of the world’s populace are dependent on. This is most expressly true for the technology industry. These are the top 8 trends that techpreneurs, engineers and tech experts discovered which will surely dominate the 2020 technology sphere.

1. Hyperautomation Hyperautomation revolves around the application of cutting-edge technologies, including artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML), to progressively and swiftly automate processes and enhance human skill.

2. Multiexperience Multiexperience may replace technology-literate people with people-literate technology and the traditional idea of a computer evolves from a single point of interaction to include multisensory and multitouchpoint interfaces like wearables and advanced computer sensors.

3. Democratization Democratization of technology signifies offering people with easy access to practical business knowhow without extensive and costly 4

2020 Industrial Technology Trends training. It revolves around 4 key pillars—application development, data and analytics, design and knowledge.

4. Human augmentation Human augmentation is the use of technology to enhance a person’s cognitive and physical experiences. Not unlike cyborgs of various works of fiction, the individuals find themselves enhanced by technology to normalize an anomaly in the body or correct an injury brought about by an unfortunate incident.

5. Transparency and traceability While technology was firstly created by man to connect the world, it has now created a culture of mistrust and privacy breaching. As consumers gain more knowledge about how their data is being collected and utilized by big companies and the government, organizations are also recognizing the increasing accountability of storing and gathering the data.

6. The empowered edge Edge computing is a topology where information processing and content collection and delivery are near the sources of the information, with the idea that keeping information traffic local and distributed will reduce

inactivity.

7. The distributed cloud Distributed cloud refers to the distribution of public cloud services to locations outside the cloud provider’s physical data centers, but which are still controlled by the provider. In distributed cloud, the cloud provider is responsible for all aspects of cloud service architecture, delivery, operations, governance and updates.

8. AI security Advancing technologies such as hyperautomation and autonomous items offer transcendent prospects in the world in regards to business. However, they also create security susceptibilities in new potential points of attack.


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ood is an integral part of Philippine culture but not everyone can cook. It is, however, something we all should learn. We may never be the next Gordon Ramsay or Jaime Oliver, but we should strive to do more than pop a few leftovers in the microwave, cook rice, or fry a couple of eggs. While it is understandable that cooking is neither a walk in the park nor an inviting skill to learn, since it is very technical and mathematical at its core, an induction cooker makes this important life skill safer, easier, and more fun. Usage of induction cookers is slowly on the rise, trailing and catching up to the two most common, widely used tools for cooking: gas cookers and electric cookers. These two have cemented themselves in our food-loving Filipino culture and have distinct advantages over the other. While gas cookers boast even heating across a person’s

cookware, electric cookers are easier to clean. The reason why induction cookers have come neck and neck to these two giants is because of the lack of overall difficulty in using it. An induction cooker takes the beautiful things about its gas and electric counterparts—even heating and ease of cleaning— and peppers it with even more advantages. While induction cookers are the up and coming front-runners in the field of cooking, the TOSOT Induction Cooker stands above the rest in terms of number of advancements. It has a simple, slim, elegant design and a long list of features that keep its expert and novice users and their families in mind, making it revolutionary for meal-making and a surefire way to kick off the road to cooking proficiency. You may not cook as well as Gordon Ramsay or Jamie Oliver even with the TOSOT Induction


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1. It has a beautiful digital display and touch control panel From smartphones to tablets, touchscreen has been the current technological trend so far. Now you can cook with pride, knowing full well that even your induction cooker has a sleek display, user interface, and is smooth to the touch, giving you access to a wide variety of options.

2. It’s resistant to boiling and overheating Using magnetic currents to directly heat pots and pans instead of igniting a fire on the cooktop or turning on the electric stove, the TOSOT Induction Cooker is an overall more efficient tool to use in the kitchen. You can even crank it up and place your skin against it and nothing will happen. But while your skin won’t burn, the pots and pans will be extremely hot. Other induction cookers aren’t so lucky with extremely hot pots and pans. It is unfortunate to see the induction cooker break by the very thing it superheated. Luckily, the TOSOT Induction Cooker is much more resistant, allowing you to cook to your heart’s content.

3. It keeps kids from hurting themselves If you want to teach your kids how to cook, then sadly, the TOSOT Induction Cooker is not the right tool for the job. With its safety features and child lock design, this state of the art induction cooker cannot be tinkered by children. It may not be fun for the kids, but it is definitely fun for you while you cook with confidence knowing that your kids can’t break it or, unlike with other types of cookers, burn the house down.

4. It has presets, so you can live your chef dreams Soup, double stewed soup, porridge, chaffy dish, barbecue, and stir-fry. These six cooking presets allow you to be the experimental chef you have always wanted to be. You can make an entire Christmas feast using only the innovative TOSOT Induction Cooker.

5. You get freebies! Who doesn’t like freebies? When you purchase a TOSOT Induction Cooker, you also get a free stainless steel cooking pot and non-stick frying pan for all your cooking needs. The cooking pot and frying pan is resistant to heat, giving you that added layer of safety and certainty when cooking. This is especially helpful for new restaurant owners. While there are many more useful features, the TOSOT Induction Cooker is perfect for novice and expert chefs, restaurant owners, and home cooks. This induction cooker is a must have, and kitting your kitchen with this beauty is will just kick your culinary adventure into high gear.


As we close in on the year 2020, many individuals in the technology industry are conducting research and nigh endlessly studying about how they can improve their efficiency, work ethic, output, and overall morale. That having been said, here are their findings and gradually growing trends that are prospected to be realized next year. There are 8 trends that those in the technology industry have discovered:

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1. Hyperautomation: machines that use

technology to automate various jobs that once have required humans. Hyperautomation revolves around the application of cutting-edge technologies, including artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML), to progressively and swiftly automate processes and enhance human skill. This extends across a range of tools that can be pre-set, but may also refer to the sophistication of the automation in that they have the capability to discover, analyse, design, automate, measure, monitor, and reassess, among many other things. More often than not, hyperautomation results in the creation of a digitalized version of the organization. Since no single tool can replace the initiative and unique thought-processes of human beings, hyperautomation today involves a combination of tools, including robotic process automation (RPA), intelligent business management software (iBPMS) and AI, with a goal of increasingly AI-driven decision making. Despite not being the main goal, the creation of a digital twin of the organization (DTO), allowing organizations to visualize how functions, processes and key performance indicators interact to drive value, is a common result in hyperautomation. This then becomes a key component of the process, providing real-time, unceasing information about the organization and impelling business opportunities.

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2. Multiexperience Multiexperience may replace technology-literate people with people-literate technology and the traditional idea of a computer evolves from a single point of interaction to include multisensory and multitouchpoint interfaces like wearables and advanced computer sensors. For example, Domino’s Pizza created an experience beyond app-based ordering that includes autonomous vehicles, a pizza tracker and smart speaker communications. In the near future, this will become what one may call an ambient experience. Currently, multiexperience revolves around immersive experiences that utilize augmented reality (AR), virtual (VR), mixed reality, multichannel human-machine interfaces, and sensory technologies.

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3. Democratization Democratization of technology signifies offering people with easy access to practical business know-how without extensive and costly training. It revolves around 4 key pillars— application development, data and analytics, design and knowledge. This is often insinuated to as “citizen access,� which has led to the rise of citizen data scientists, citizen programmers, and the like.

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4. Human augmentation Human augmentation is the use of technology to enhance a person’s cognitive and physical experiences. Not unlike cyborgs of various works of fiction, the individuals find themselves enhanced by technology to normalize an anomaly in the body or correct an injury brought about by an unfortunate incident. Physical augmentation modifies an intrinsic physical capability or corrects a physical incapability by implanting a device within or on the body. For example, the automotive or mining industries use wearables to improve worker safety. In other industries, such as retail and travel, wearables are used to increase worker productivity. In the medical technology industry, technology for disabilities are becoming more streamlined with non-stop upgrades every year.

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5. Transparency and traceability While technology was firstly created by man to connect the world, it has now created a culture of mistrust and privacy breaching. As consumers gain more knowledge about how their data is being collected and utilized by big companies and the government, organizations are also recognizing the increasing accountability of storing and gathering the data. In addition, artificial intelligence and machine learning are incessantly used to make decisions in lieu of humans, swelling the trust crisis and driving the requirement for the governance of artificial intelligence. This trend requires a focus on six key elements of trust: ethics, integrity, openness, accountability, competence, and consistency.

6. The empowered edge Edge computing is a topology where information processing and content collection and delivery are near the sources of the information, with the idea that keeping information traffic local and distributed will reduce inactivity. This is comprised of all the technology on the Internet of Things (IoT). The empowered edge looks at how these devices are snowballing and laying the groundwork for smart spaces.

7. The distributed cloud Distributed cloud refers to the distribution of public cloud services to locations outside the cloud provider’s physical data centers, but which are still controlled by the provider. In distributed cloud, the cloud provider is responsible for all aspects of cloud service architecture, delivery, operations, governance and updates. The evolution from centralized public cloud to distributed public cloud ushers in a new era of cloud computing. Distributed cloud allows data centers to be located anywhere. This solves both technical issues like latency and also regulatory challenges like data sovereignty. It also offers the benefits of a public cloud service alongside the benefits of a private, local cloud. 30


8. AI security Advancing technologies such as hyperautomation and autonomous items offer transcendent prospects in the world in regards to business. However, they also create security susceptibilities in new potential points of attack. Security teams must address these challenges and be aware of how AI will impact the security space, lest the Terminator franchise becomes a thing of reality. The line between technology infringing upon the responsibilities of man and helping us do our daily tasks is blurry indeed, but without technology we would not have gotten to where we are now. That having been said, as technology continues to grow and become more advanced, the minds behind them must be calculated and clear in imposing restrictions around these machines. Thankfully, no machine, no matter how advanced, can every truly emulate the workings of the human mind. -end-

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NEWS

The $40+ Billion Industrial Robotics Market by 2024

Industry 4.0, Along With Digitalization Initiatives Across Regions Presents Lucrative Opportunities

across regions, the growth of e-commerce, electronics, and the automotive industry, among others has been on the rise.

The global industrial robotics market was valued at USD 18.05 billion in 2018 and is expected to reach USD 40.75 billion by 2024, at a CAGR of 14.11% over the forecast period (2019-2024).

With the increased demand across economies, product manufacturers are adopting robots to automate some of the repetitive processes. According to the Robotic Industries Association, more than 250,000 industrial robots had been installed in the United States alone, which gives an estimate of the penetration of industrial robots.

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Robots have been employed in manufacturing units across most of the industries, because of their ability to take up complicated, repetitive tasks with accuracy, even in hazardous environments. Although automating tasks in the industrial set up would replace human labor, the need for people who can manage the robotics and maintain them will be on demand. Industrial workforce, who can maintain hardware and software, apart from designing the automation process, is also required.


Rising penetration of the IoT and investments in robotics across regions have been major contributors to the growth of the market. For instance, the Made in China 2025 announcement was aimed at broadly upgrading the Chinese industry by moving toward quality focused and innovation-driven manufacturing.

Key Market Trends Automotive End-User Industry to Hold Major Share

The growing adoption of automation in the automotive manufacturing process and involvement of digitization and AI are the primary factors driving the demand for industrial robots in the automotive sector. In 2017, more than 170,000 robots took part in the production process in the European automotive industry. The growing presence of robots and automation in the European automotive industry is expected to fuel the market for industrial robots further in the region.

According to the Robotic Industries Association (RIA), in the first quarter of 2018 shipments to the automotive OEM sector were down by 43%, while units shipped to the automotive component industry increased by 42% in North America. China has also become, both the world’s largest car market and the world’s largest production site for cars, including electric cars, with much growth potential. There are 27 automotive manufacturing and assembly plants in Malaysia. 35


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The growing automotive industry in Asia is also creating a massive opportunity for the global industrial robots market. The shifting of the automotive industry toward autonomous and electric vehicles is also creating a massive opportunity for industrial robots.

North America Region to Hold Significant Share According to the Association for Advancing Automation (A3), the North American automation market had set new records very recently. For the first nine months of 2017, 27,294 orders of robots, valued at approximately USD 1.473 billion, were sold in North America. Modern manufacturing facilities in North America are relying on new technologies and innovations to produce higher quality products at faster speeds with lower costs. In order to survive in the current competitive scenario, they are implementing more intelligent software and hardware. With over five heavy-duty assembly plants, over 540 OEM parts manufacturers, 400 dealerships, and many other automotive-related industries, Canada is the 9th largest vehicle producer in the world, and the automotive sector is the biggest contributor to the manufacturing industry of the country. According to the government of Canada, the country’s automotive suppliers export parts globally and are integral to Canada’s automotive sector, which accounts for over USD 34 billion in sales annually. 38

The manufacturing industry is estimated to contribute approximately 11% to the Canadian GDP. The manufacturing sector is the largest investor in research and development (R&D) and implementation of new technologies in Canada. The government has also taken many initiatives, such as lowering taxes for new investments, various trade agreements with other countries, investments in new technologies, and many skill-training programs, which

have helped the manufacturing sector to boom in Canada.

Competitive Landscape The industrial robotics market is highly fragmented. Industry 4.0, along with digitalization initiatives across regions, provides lucrative opportunities in the industrial robots market. The degree of transparency is said to be high, considering the number of robotic trade shows across regions conducted from time to time.


Key Developments

to join forces, to share the knowledge and promote the benefits of collaborative robots, in particular, those with dual-arm designs. The companies also created the world’s first common interface for collaborative robots. The common interface is poised to help address the shortage of skilled workers in several industries.

ABB Ltd and Kawasaki Heavy Industries announced collaborative robot automation cooperation. Both the companies are projected

Denso Corporation announced plans to exhibit Cobotta and other robots, at the Automatica fair in Munich, Germany. Cobot-

Overall, the competitive rivalry among existing competitors is high. Moving forward, acquisitions and collaboration of large companies with startups are expected, which are focused toward innovation. Some of the key players in the market are ABB and Yaskawa.

ta is an innovative compact robot for a safe human-robot collaboration. The next highlight is a dual-arm control - a new feature of the RC8A controller is its capability to control two SCARA robots in different operations, at the same time.

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86% of Users Quit Shopping Apps After 4 Weeks: New Research From CleverTap

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he ecommerce Industry Benchmark report from CleverTap highlights user engagement strategies that can help online retailers boost retention and customer lifetime value CleverTap, the full-stack customer retention platform that helps consumer brands maximize customer lifetime value, today released the Industry Benchmarks for Ecommerce Apps . For ecommerce brands, high customer acquisition costs (CACs) and price-sensitive buyers impact the overall customer lifetime value and profitability due to low retention. With low entry and exit barriers, customers have a plethora of options to choose from even within niche categories. The benchmark report, which analyses 3.1 billion data points across 18 million devices and 15 million unique users, provides 42


insights that will help growth teams benchmark their app’s performance against some of the most successful ecommerce apps. The report also covers strategies to help you improve user engagement and retention. Almitra Karnik, Head of Marketing at CleverTap said, “The cut-throat competition in the ecommerce industry makes it crucial for brands to deliver a superior customer experience. Our research indicates that ecommerce brands are losing customers faster than acquiring them. On average, shopping apps lose 86% of users within the first 4 weeks of download.” “Without focusing on retention, brands are trying to fill a leaky bucket, focusing on acquiring more users that don’t stick around for long. This impacts the top line as well as customer lifetime value for these

brands,” she added. The benchmark report provides insights on how users flow from one lifecycle stage to another and provides recommendations to increase repeat purchase rate and hence user retention. Some of the other highlights from the report include: • Registration : Only 16 percent of new users complete the signup process within a week of installing the app • Retention : Only 11.6 percent of new users remain active in the first week • Uninstalls : 42 percent of new users uninstall the app within the 30 days of app install • Reinstalls : Only 5.21 percent of users reinstall within 30 days of app uninstall

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Web Design Company, Huemor, Shares 3 Tips for Optimizing Your Mobile Website A functional mobile website is essential for any company with an online presence because over 50% of web traffic comes from mobile devices. Despite this, many websites still struggle with their mobile platform compatibility, relying on hover navigation incompatible with touchscreens, click functions too small for fingers, and designs that aren’t made for smaller screens. Web design company, Huemor, shares 3 essential tips for optimizing your mobile website below. 1. Don’t push visitors to a native application: Many companies have taken advantage of the native app building trend in business, creating their own apps for brands, media, and ecommerce. However, many of these companies do so at the 46

expensive of the mobile experience; they limit the user experience or entirely block it with a push to download their native app. While this could be effective for increasing native app downloads, it’s extremely irritating for the casual site browser who has no interest in downloading another app. It can completely ruin the mobile experience. 2. Tailor accessibility settings for mobile first: This means ensuring your website can account for larger text and inverted color schemes, two features that make your website more accessible to people with poorer vision. In addition, your mobile website should avoid any hover functions, as they are rendered useless on mobile touchscreens. Your mobile site

should be viewable and functional on any mobile browser, without utilizing any native-code plugins like Java or Flash. 3. Design for a smaller space without losing your brand: Your site’s user experience should be the same on both mobile and desktop. This means making accommodations for smaller screen sizes: automatically resizing images, being serious about decreasing loading times, and using responsive architecture to change your site’s layout to fit within the narrower screens of mobile devices. Targeting mobile users with a seamless and functional mobile browsing experience will not only help your website standout among the competition, but also


give your visitors a quality user experience in every aspect of the online world. Take advantage of the significant increase in mobile browsing traffic today through the 3 essential optimizations above. About Huemor: Huemor, a web development company in New York, helps ecommerce, beauty, SaaS, B2B, and nonprofit businesses create a best-in-class website experience to drive their online growth and improve their overall bottom line. Huemor’s team of designers and developers work to create memorable websites that tell your brand’s story, improve your key metrics, and display your brand with pride. Balancing memorable brand experiences with user-centric design, Huemor has amassed an impressive portfolio of case studies with successful clients, helping companies build memorable digital experiences for their brand across various industries.

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24TH World Energy Congress Concludes with Celecbration of Inovation & Entrepreneurship Dmitry Kozak, Deputy Prime Minister of the Russian Federation,and Alexander Novak, Minister of Energy, Russian Federation, announce Russia’s hosting of 25th World Energy Congress in 2022 The need for courageous entrepreneurship to tackle tomorrow’s key energy issues, using 5G to stimulate a drive towards sustainability and how collaborations can lead to faster, better and cheaper energy were among the issues addressed during the fourth and final day of the 24th World Energy Congress. Maintaining the momentum of the previous three days of high-level discussions, the closing sessions at the World Energy Congress welcomed some of the UAE’s highest profile business leaders as well as distinguished industry figures, exciting young thinkers and government ministers under the theme of ‘Innovation: The pathway to prosperity”. Thursday saw extensive debates covering issues critical to the future of energy production, supply and distribution and how bold entrepreneurship can shape the culture of innovation needed in rapidly changing world.

UTILIZING ADVANCES IN COMMUNICATION TO DRIVE SUSTAINABILITY The day’s keynote speech saw Khalifa Hassan Alforah Alshamsi, Etisalat’s Group Chief Corporate Strategy & Governance Officer, explain how the newest generation of mobile technology can be harnessed to promote sustainability in the energy sector. His address, titled ‘Leveraging 5G to drive sustainability and enable innovation in the energy sector’ outlined how improved 50

communication between individuals, companies and entities, including greater access to information and better utilisation of the internet, can boost the ongoing drive towards sustainability. Mr Alshamsi said: “5G is a new piece of technology that can revolutionise new industry. It is not only about speed but yes it will be phenomenal for VR and AR experiences. “5G is a fundamental tool that will benefit cities, countries, factories and refineries because 5G is the cornerstone for industry and key for the future of digital. “To make the most of what 5G can offer, it is all about collaboration and innovation. This will not happen by just sitting down in the office. We have to connect our minds together and have to experiment. We can do anything if we have the will,” said Mr Alshamsi.

EMPOWERING TODAY’S ENTREPRENEURS TO SOLVE TOMORROW’S PROBLEMS As well as bringing together key figures from the energy sector, World Energy Congress also supports and inspires the leaders, innovators and thinkers of tomorrow. The session ‘Start-up Energy Transition: The power of the bold’ saw a panel of experts, among them the winners of this year’s Start up Energy Transition Award, debate, discuss and predict the most pressing energy challenges the world will face in years to come. Marwan Bin Haidar, Executive Vice President of Innovation & The Future, Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (DEWA), joined the delegates to consider the new business models, technologies


and ideas that will be at the forefront of the industry’s ongoing transition.

to discover the next global game-changing idea or invention for the energy sector.

Mr Bin Haidar explained that all companies must “innovate or stagnate” and that incorporating brave and bold new ideas developed by start-ups is key to a successful future for established firms.

An interactive, energetic and highly engaging event, the SET finalists were challenged to outline the benefits of their idea, its practical uses and why investors should get behind them as part of a professional pitch.

“The company receives new, bold ideas and solutions while the start-ups can benefit from years of experience and understanding of the industry,” said Mr Bin Haidar. “In this way, everyone benefits.” Andreas Kulmann, Chief Executive of the German energy company Deutsche EnergieAgentur, echoed Mr Bin Haidar’s comments adding that for start-ups “being bold is one thing, but being smart is another”. “Discovering what is important for all partners and what is important for the market can be difficult, but if start-ups are smart, bold and very well prepared to grow and develop collaboration, they and their partners will flourish,” he said.

FINDING SOLUTIONS THROUGH CREATIVITY, PASSION AND VISION At the session ‘Pitch perfect: Best of the Start-up Energy Transition (SET)’ Michele Fiorentino, Chief Investment Officer, ADNOC, joined a panel of judges to consider the ideas set out by SET finalists

Start Up Energy Transition (SET) is a global innovation platform supporting disruption in energy transition. Selected from a total of 450 applications from 80 countries, 10 startup finalists pitched their innovative ideas to stakeholders, investors and members of the business community. Included in the final 10 were Germany-based zero emissions company ONO, and home renewables business DC Power Company Limited from Australia. “Improving urban mobility while facilitating faster delivery of goods is ONO’s aim,” said Veronica Louis, ONO’s Chief Communications Officer. “Our Pedal Assisted Transporter (PAT) improves access in crowded cities and boroughs while also reducing emissions, pollution and congestion.” Emma Jenkins, Co-Founder and CFO at DC Power Company Limited, explained how the company places households with solar panels at the centre of 51


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CELEBRATING 4 DAYS OF INNOVATION AND COLLABORATION The closing plenary of the 24th World Energy Congress celebrated the event’s achievements and successes as well as reflecting on the innovative ideas and bold solutions that were formulated over four impactful days. Dr. Christoph Frei, Secretary General & Chief Executive Officer, World Energy Council, moderated the final plenary of the week that celebrated the achievements of the first World Energy Congress to be held in the Middle East. 54

Speaking in front of an assembled audience, His Excellency Suhail Mohamed Al Mazrouei, UAE Minister of Energy and Industry, said the previous days were an important step towards helping to reshape the future of the energy industry. He said: “It has been an excellent World Energy Congress and the overall result of the discussions between ministers of the governments have led to an excellent outcome. We have agreed that all of us are committed to reduce the emissions that we produce and make sure that we can all work together to help serve the whole industry well. “It is also important to understand that any type of energy is going to help us going forward. We have to make an impact so that in the future, we have cleaner air and water that will benefit the world.” Joining H.E Al Mazrouei on stage was Alexander Novak, Minister of Energy, Russian Federation. As hosts of the next World Energy Congress in 2022, Mr Novak said Russia will embrace the opportunity to build on Abu Dhabi’s success in


hosting the energy industry’s flagship event in three years time. Mr Novak said: “I would like to invite all those present here to attend the Russian Energy Week as the perfect opportunity to follow up on the achievements of the World Energy Congress in Abu Dhabi.

Undersecretary of the UAE Ministry of Energy and Industry and Chair of the 24th World Energy Congress, addressed the audience for the final time and outlined the importance of staging the 24th World Energy Congress in the region and the impact it will have on the Middle East and UAE for years to come.

“Major trends in the industry including the need to modernise production, capacity and grid management, the need for huge capital investment in the sector, for AI, for improved efficiency, the renewables and hydrocarbon mix and much more have all been discussed at great length by leading experts right here in Abu Dhabi at the 24th World Energy Congress.”

He said: “In the past few days we have had the opportunity to examine a wide range of issues impacting our industry. We have delivered a diverse mix of energy leaders and practitioners from around the world.

DR MATAR HAILS STAGING OF 24TH WORLD ENERGY CONGRESS His Excellency Dr Matar Al Neyadi,

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WORLD ENERGY COUNCIL’S CHAIR ADDRESSES AUDIENCE FOR LAST TIME The 24th World Energy Congress brought to an end to Younghoon David Kim’s role as the Chair of the World Energy Council. Mr Kim addressed the audience of business leaders and industry figures from around the world for the final time before thanking them for their support. He ended his speech by handing over his role to Jean-Marie Dauger, who will officially take over as the chair of the World Energy Council.

RUSSIA DEPUTY PRIME MINISTER INVITES EXPERTS TO 25TH WORLD ENERGY CONGRESS IN 2022 Dmitry Kozak, Deputy Prime Minister of the Russian Federation, flew into Abu Dhabi and personally invited the thousands of global experts to the next staging of the World Energy Congress in 2022. The audience witnessed a presentation that highlights the vision of Russia and the energy sectors and what to expect three years from now in St Petersburg. Mr Kozak said Abu Dhabi has set the benchmark for success, but Russia will strive to exceed expectations at the 25th World Energy Congress while building on the solid foundations that have been laid by the UAE capital over the last four days.

FAREWELL SPEECH FROM UAE’S MINISTER OF ENERGY AND INDUSTRY H.E Al Mazrouei, Minister of Energy and Industry of the UAE, took the opportunity to express his gratitude for the thousands of attendees that travelled to Abu Dhabi as well as the support of all the sponsors that helped stage one of the most important Congress’ that the UAE has held. He said: “We are very proud of what we have done in Abu Dhabi and we are going to work with Russia as one team through the World Energy Council to deliver a better and more inclusive World Energy Congress in 2022. “We have seen great interaction between young and inspired entrepreneurs of all industrial companies this week. We have learnt a lot this week and we are promising that we will improve our policies and continue to upgrade to ensure the future is bright for all generations, not just here in the UAE but all around the world.”

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Ten Innovativev Solutions of Social Incubator Program in Abu Dhabi Rewarded AED 4.4 Million Investment to Support People of Determination Ma’an announced today the ten winning teams in the first cycle of the Ma’an Social Incubator program. Ma’an is part of the ‘Ghadan 21’ accelerated development programme designed to spur diversity and growth in Abu Dhabi’s economy to make it one of the best places in the world to do business, invest, live, work and visit. The winning projects include a mobile app that helps convert text to sign language and another that helps people with visual impairments to navigate their surroundings through sensors and visual recognition. Among the winners of this year’s edition, six teams were local, while four teams were international. The event this morning announcing the ten winning projects was attended by His Excellency Sheikh Abdulla Bin Mohamed Al Hamed, Chairman of Department of Health; His Excellency Dr. Mugheer Khamis Al Khaili, Chairman of the Department of Community Development; His Excellency Abdullah Abdulali 62

Al Humaidan, Secretary General of Zayed Higher Organization for People of Determination; His Excellency Hamad Al Dhaheri, Director General of the Social Support Authority; and Her Excellency Salama Al Amimi, Director General, Authority of Social Contribution - Ma’an. The Ma’an Social Incubator program is the first of its kind in the region, with each of the ten teams eligible to receive funding up to AED 200,000 released at every successful milestone the participant reaches, as well as support for living and housing expenses for non-residents of Abu Dhabi. The program aims to support and develop innovative social concepts and start-up projects so they may become social institutions or civil facilities with an active role in helping people of determination in facing challenges in their communities, offering them solutions that improve their quality of life and achieve their ambitions. The Ma’an Social Incubator program also provides the necessary and specialized support needed


for these projects to be sustainable, offering the guidance and tools needed for growth, including financial and moral support, as well as office space, business expertise and access to possible investors. Since launching the program in May earlier this year, 130 ventures applied for the Ma’an Social Incubator program from as far afield as Brazil, Denmark, France, Nigeria and India. Later in August, a shortlist of 25 nominated teams were invited to pitch their solutions before a panel who came together to decide on the final ten winning teams. The teams will have the opportunity to test their social start-up ideas and gain an in-depth understanding of the market, in addition to attending a series of plenary workshops and receiving mentor advice that will help them develop their idea into a product or service, beginning in September and continuing for 16 weeks. Ma’an was established in February 2019 by the Department of Community Development in Abu Dhabi with the aim of bringing together the government, the private sector and civil society to support a culture of social contribution and participation. The authority will deliver solutions for social challenges with four main pillars of work – a Social Investment Fund, a Social Incubator Program, Community Engagement Programs and the introduction of a new type of public contracting, Social Impact Bonds. Ma’an seeks to reinforce the culture of giving in Abu Dhabi, and establish the volunteering needs of the community, aiming to make us of the currently available social volunteering opportunities and initiatives, as well as contribute by generating new opportunities. Her Excellency Ms. Salama Al Ameemi, Director General of Ma’an said: “We are absolutely delighted with the incredibly innovative ten solutions that have been awarded a place in the Ma’an Social Incubator program, and are now fully focused on helping the entrepreneurs to make their dream become a reality. “These social start-ups will contribute towards establishing sustainable social solutions for people of determination and raising their standard of living in Abu Dhabi and the UAE in general,

with an ambition for global impact in the future. This is a hugely important phase in our first incubator program, and we are very much looking forward to working with the committed and passionate people leading each of the start-ups, making their concepts and projects a reality.” The program offers unique and valuable networking opportunities for the teams to build relationships with individuals outside of the program, including investors, third sector leaders, industry figures, and decision makers in specialized fields regionally and internationally. Ma’an will also host ‘demo days’ to present the concepts of the ten winning team organised for review and evaluation, as well as to leverage funding from investors.

The 10 successful start-ups are: 1. Accessible Ad: Platform for information, expertise, training and support to ensure effective accessibility for People of Determination in Abu Dhabi 2. The Butterfly Foundation: Advocacy agency to bring support and empowerment in the hands of People of Determination in Abu Dhabi 3. The Camp: Inclusion-safe, seasonal, mobile sleepover camps for Children of Determination in the UAE 4. I Hear You: Mobile app that enables communication from text to sign language and vice versa 5. Inclusive: Online platform serving as an umbrella for all things inclusion-related in the UAE 6. Key2Enable: Assistive technology empowering People of Determination to use tablets, computers and smartphones with adapted hardware and accessories 7. Martha Edu: Educational smart cards and mobile app to educate hearing impaired children and parents on signing language 8. Ioptyc by Nexart: Solution for people with visual impairment to navigate their surroundings through the use of distance judging sensors & visual recognition technology 9. RAB3I: Social venture offering People of Determination an opportunity to attend recreational activities with a (trained) ’buddy’ who shares similar interests 10. Heroes of Hope: Social enterprise delivering equal opportunities for People of Determination, including recreational activities, work opportunities, and sporting events

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Hyundai Motorsport Set to Go Electric Hyundai Motorsport has begun work on an electric race car, heralding a new era of motorsport for the company

Hyundai Motorsport has begun work on its first ever electric race car in an exciting new project that will herald a new motorsport era for the company. The car, which has been designed and built at Hyundai Motorsport’s headquarters in Alzenau, Germany, will break cover for the first time on September 10, the media day of the International Motor Show (IAA) in Frankfurt.

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The move to electric continues the growth of Hyundai Motorsport, which has become well established in rallying and circuit racing since its inception in 2012. The multiple rally-winning WRC team, now in its sixth season, is currently leading a closely fought Manufacturers’ Championship. The company also boasts a successful Customer Racing division, established in September 2015, which has developed the competitive i20 R5, i30 N


TCR and Veloster N TCR cars that have between them claimed victories and championships in motorsport series around the world. The first glimpses of the new car can be seen in videos published on Hyundai Motorsport’s Social Media channels, offering a hint of what is to come at the official reveal next month. Mirroring the move towards hybrid technology and electrification in the automotive industry, motorsport has also ventured into new territory in recent years with the introduction of electric and hybrid series and regulations. This exciting new chapter promises to showcase Hyundai’s high-performance

capabilities, its green technology credentials and its unwavering passion for motorsport. “A new era is dawning at Hyundai Motorsport. For many months, our team in Alzenau has been working hard on an exciting electric vehicle and soon we will be able to share the fruits of these labours,” Andrea Adamo, Team Director said. “It promises to be a new chapter for our company, a natural extension to our motorsport activities, one that links closely to the current trends and innovations in the wider automotive industry.

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increases the resistance of the product to disadvantageous factors. Waterproof electric linear actuators of Progressive Automations manufacturer can be used for the various types of sea works. This can be a shipbuilding industry where this technology may come in handy for the construction of automated boat hatches that of military submarines where they can be responsible for the pressure control which is essential for the submarines’ operability. There are three basic types of water protection: • IP54 – provides protection against water splashes penetration from all sides; • IP65 – prevents the penetration of water flows inside the case at any possible angle; • IP67 – with such protection the device is capable to function when fully submerged under the water.

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For example, PA-06 linear actuator model of Progressive Automations has the IP67 water protection meaning that this device is really capable to function even when fully submerged into the water and even when being at a significant depth. The minimum technical specifications of such waterproof electric linear actuator are the following: stroke – 2 inches, force – 22 Ibs, speed – 1.38 inches/sec, whereas the maximum technical specifications are like this: stroke – 24 inches, force – 180 Ibs, speed – 0.47 inches/sec. Customers can choose technical specifications so that they could adjust their waterproof linear actuators according to the needs of performance wanted. The PA-06 electric linear actuator of Progressive Automations is capable of working under the harshest conditions and withstand water, and other potentially unwanted liquids, however for short periods of time. This high-rated quality makes this kind of electric linear actuators to be the most popular choice for marine engineering. Such actuators


are capable to work within -20 to +60 °C temperature window. The warranty covering this electric actuator lasts for 18 months since the purchase. This linear actuator is mounted with the help of BRK-06 mounting brackets that make the installation process extremely easy. Furthermore, this kind of electric actuators is compatible with a whole range of control systems and control boxes transforming the operation process into a pleasure. Control boxes allow installing electric linear actuators of high water protection merely everywhere if dimensions are suitable for their installation. Actuators of Progressive Automations all-thetime provide the most effective performance while at the same time they are always reliable. These actuators can easily undergo

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Team Awareness The weakest point of any defence strategy is always going to be people. That’s why you need to ensure that you develop a strong culture of security within your business. Enforcing a solid and robust security process is vital if you want to keep your customers, staff, and business safe. Make sure that your team is aware of: • Your defense architecture • Security protocols • Basic security standards Keep these measures updated, and you will be better able to

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Open source code is fast becoming a necessity. This is because demands on developers are too fast for software development to keep up with. Unfortunately, open-source code comes with a variety of challenges in terms of both security and compliance. If your business makes use of open source code, then you need to make certain that you have the available resources and manpower needed to review that code for bugs, licensing issues, and security risks. Failing to do so means exposing yourself to the potential harm caused by allowing malicious actors into your software.

All of the data that your company processes needs to be stringently monitored at all times. It is only through regular monitoring that you will be able to identify the procedures and patterns of safe behavior. This monitoring can be automated with a Security Information and Event management system, but the human element of this monitoring should not be overlooked. Privilege management in terms of access to data is a key element of network monitoring, so segmentation of those privileges is not just an option to consider but a vital necessity in the digital age.

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Start the Day off Right This does not mean the sugar-laden coffee drinks or the donut cart at the office. It means high protein and nutrient-loaded. Even if you have to grab-and-go something, make it something real and not processed. Eggs, even hard-boiled, are a fast, portable way to get charged without an eventual crash. Pre-packaged portions of cheese are great, too! Keep them in the fridge and grab a few before you head out. Keep some bottled water in there to avoid that detour to the coffee joint. Your brain will thank you later! 78


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Lunch is Not Dinner Whether or not your job requires you to be a desk jockey or a real jockey, lunch isn’t an all-you-can-eat at the trough event. Work potlucks and birthday celebrations can be fun, but they are often heavy on conveniences like chips and dip and greasy, carbohydrate-laden casseroles. Not to mention every kind of cookie and that overly frosted birthday cake. Just remind yourself that getting seconds (or thirds) will leave you hibernating under your desk before you know it! Bring your own food, opting for proteins like chicken, tuna, or even last night’s leftover grilled salmon. Cooking at home using appliances like an electric grill helps to curb the bad fats in your meal and they also taste pretty great too! If you can, sneak away and take a walk outside. Regardless of the weather, a brisk walk to get some fresh air in your lungs can power you through the day!

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