Autonomous Technology Can Mitigate the Business Impact of the Coronavirus

Autonomous Technology Can Mitigate the Business Impact of the Coronavirus

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The coronavirus has exposed the soft underbelly of critical infrastructure and industrial sites worldwide – workforce availability. As more and more companies implement business continuity plans to deal with the outbreak, fewer and fewer employees are able to fully function. When facilities don’t know who can and will show up…

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