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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RIA Chief Slams 60 Minutes’ Robots Report

“There are two sides to every story; the truth inevitably resides somewhere in between.” -ancient proverb The Association for Advancing Automation, the A3, the global advocate for the automation industry, is disappointed in how 60 Minutes portrayed the industry in...

Rio Tinto’s $3.6B Bid to Marry Mining to Robotics

Rio Tinto’s $3.6B Bid to Marry Mining to Robotics

The Pilbara robot trials were a real-world success. The most-watched machine was the autonomous, AT version of the Komatsu 930E, the best-selling off-road dump truck in the world?and now soon-to-be strategic hauling tool of choice for the Pilbara?s millions of...

Robots, Reshoring and America’s Manufacturing Renaissance

Robots, Reshoring and America’s Manufacturing Renaissance

With Euro financial chaos raging on, China?s industrial engines slowing, and BRIC countries feeling a decided fiscal drag, the U.S., even with its economic rebound still limping along, is looking more and more like a manufacturing renaissance is unfolding?ever so...

Redwood Could Well Be The Apple, Inc. Of Robotics?

Redwood Could Well Be The Apple, Inc. Of Robotics?

Redwood Robotics is questing after one of robotics? most exclusive and elusive killer apps: robotic arms and hands. And by the look of the triumvirate it has assembled to pursue that challenge, it just might pull it off.