So, I’m sure you’ve heard the terms “automation” and “automation technology”. They are used interchangeably at the most basic level, but they are actually two different things. Automation technology is the “thing” that takes our actions and makes them happen.
Automation technology is the process of putting a human in charge of a system. It could be a computer, a robot, or a series of bots. Automation technology is often considered “low level” and “low cost” but it is actually quite a bit of a higher end skill.
Automation technology is a broad umbrella that encompasses a wide variety of approaches and processes. We have automated the processes of manufacturing products (think cars, appliances, etc.) It encompasses how you automate a process by using computers and robots to do the task. Automation technology can also be used to automate the entire lifecycle of any product (think clothing, furniture, etc.). Automation technology is different from technology that is used in production, which is generally considered high value and high-end.
Automation is also different from the other branches of automated processes. For example, for software and hardware development there are very few processes that have been automated that can’t be automated on the same scale by using automation. We do not make robots, we don’t make robots that can be programmed, and we do not automate processes that are only used once.
Automation is a subset of automation, and like any subset, the higher the percentage of automation, the higher the value of the automation. For example, the ability to automate some of the repetitive tasks in the manufacturing process, like the assembly line, is much easier than the ability to automate everything in the manufacturing process. The software industry is a subset of the automation industry and has not progressed as quickly as the general automation industry.
Automation is a very high-level set of skills and abilities. Not only does it give you the ability to automate the tasks in the manufacturing process, it also gives you the ability to automate the tasks in the manufacturing process. Automation is so high-level that it’s not just about how easy it is to automate and how easy it can be to do so.
That’s why you should always be sure to understand the skills you’re up against as far as automation. The most important thing is to understand the differences between automation and other forms of automation. The following questions will give you an idea of what you should be looking for, and how you can use this knowledge to your advantage.
The following questions will give you an idea of what you should be looking for, and how you can use this knowledge to your advantage. Let me know in the comments which questions are most important to you.