How Humans Are Staying Relevant In Auto Manufacturing

Humans once powered the automobile manufacturing industry.

Most advertisements that show the process of assembling a car no longer show real people doing the assembling. Instead, there are highly efficient, precise, automated robots doing almost all the labor.

But now people are finding ways to keep themselves from being replaced by machines.

Some European automakers have invested in ProGloves, a form of cyber-apparel that can scan barcodes when the index finger and thumb are pinched together. This hands-free method powered by the wearable technology is replacing the bulky scanner that is more often a nuisance than a helpful tool. It not only saves time on the job but also helps prevent injury that could be caused by having to carry the unwieldy scanner.

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