Eugene Demaitre, senior editor

Eugene Demaitre is senior editor for Robotics Business Review. Prior to joining EH Publishing in the Boston area, he worked as an editor at BNA, Computerworld, and TechTarget. Demaitre has a master's degree in international affairs from the George Washington University.

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10 Reasons You Need to Attend RoboBusiness

10 Reasons You Need to Attend RoboBusiness

RoboBusiness 2017 will be convening in Santa Clara, Calif. on Sept. 27-28, discussing how organizations like yours can successfully build and use robotics. We're working hard to make sure we share the best of how to advance business with automation....

Top 10 Reasons to Attend RoboBusiness 2017

Top 10 Reasons to Attend RoboBusiness 2017

RoboBusiness 2017 is not only the best place to meet with the entire robotics and AI ecosystem; it's also the conference that can help you maximize automation for your business. Our refocused session tracks, elite speakers, and networking opportunities are...

Automation Market Still Booming in North America, Says A3

Automation Market Still Booming in North America, Says A3

The industrial automation market in North America grew at a strong rate in the first half of 2017, said the Association for Advancing Automation. While much of was in automotive manufacturing, A3 noted that robotics is paralleling employment and help...

Intel Drones Light Up Xponential, Show Industry Shift

Intel Drones Light Up Xponential, Show Industry Shift

Commercial uses of UAVs and other autonomous systems will generate a lot of data, noted Intel executives at AUVSI Xponential. Intel drones are part of the company's efforts to provide end-to-end solutions for industrial applications.

5 Autonomous Systems Takeaways From Xponential Day 1

5 Autonomous Systems Takeaways From Xponential Day 1

Unmanned systems are all the rage at this week's AUVSI Xponential in Dallas. From our first impressions, the markets for drones and related technologies are healthy, based on business and technology developments.

Connected Cars Yield Useful Data for Analysis Through Xevo

Connected Cars Yield Useful Data for Analysis Through Xevo

Connected cars using Xevo's systems can not only communicate with one another, but they can also provide data to vehicle manufacturers, gather information on road conditions, and give drivers and fleet managers useful insights in real time.