Author: Govind Yatnalkar

The term “wireless” in Industry 4.0 is not limited to only wireless communication; it is backed up by modern technologies such as the Internet of Things (IoT) and Cloud Computing for effective and robust system functionality. In the health and...

Data mining is the field of Computer Science that forms the basis for data analytics. As the term specifies, it is utilized for ‘mining’ or extracting the most significant data from ‘Big Data’ or massive data sets. It not only...

Nanotechnology is the science of understanding, inventing, and controlling objects which are built in the scales of nanometers (one nanometer is one-billionth of a meter). Using Nanotechnology, manufacturers can compose components such as batteries, robots, or tools at a very...

Biosimilars are biological products that are composed or produced in living systems such as yeast or bacteria. They are defined as the medicinal drugs which function exactly like certain existing and approved drugs, often referred to as “reference product”. The...

Cloud Computing is speeding up the way we create, share, and view data. With features such as multiple backups, high security, remote access, and auto-scalability, this platform of virtual computing is assisting health care providers and medical device manufacturers to...

The platform of Robotics facilitates automation in any industry. It uses various streams of Engineering including Computer Science, Electrical, and Mechanical, and is primarily used to build intelligent machines where human safety is of major concern. Generally, the major components...