Tom Green

Tom Green was editor in chief of Robotics Business Review from 2012 to 2016. He is an award-winning writer, with two Emmy Award nominations and 25 years of experience writing and producing video on technology subjects. For 10 years, Green was an online journalist and video producer for the Mitre Corp. Previously, he was writer/producer of broadcast and cablecast TV programming at Boston ABC affiliate WCVB-TV. Green's Bright Boys: The Making of Information Technology 1938-1958 (Taylor & Francis) has been an nonfiction bestseller on Amazon since 2010.

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Webcast: Robot Harvest: Agribotics and the Food We Eat

Webcast: Robot Harvest: Agribotics and the Food We Eat

With fewer people farming (only 2 percent of the U.S. population) on a generally non-expanding chunk of tillable land and with more mouths to feed expanding exponentially, everyone realizes that something must be done well before the global population balloons...

Zero Down Time: FANUC Explains It All at RoboBusiness

Zero Down Time: FANUC Explains It All at RoboBusiness

FANUC and Cisco have together launched what appears to be a true component of the Factory of the Future. It's still early yet, but the advance notices are eye-popping. FANUC claims to have saved its customers up to $70 million...

Assessing the Size of the IIoT Market

Assessing the Size of the IIoT Market

Editor’s note: With his Robotics Business Review research report coming to our lists this month, our European editor, Andrew Williams, on station in Cardiff, Wales, offers up a bit of a preview to: The Industrial Internet of Things: Putting It...

On Patrol with Sharp’s New Security Robot

On Patrol with Sharp’s New Security Robot

This month, ASI took a drive on the security/surveillance robot side of autonomy with an automated unmanned ground vehicle or A-UGV, built in partnership with Sharp Electronics, and Rajant radios for relaying vital communications information from the A-UGV back to...