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As technology evolves in our personal lives, it's also drastically changing the workspace. Here are some of the top industries benefiting from automation today.

When people hear the word automation, they might picture Terminator-like robots sought to destroy humanity. Or they might picture millions of people newly unemployed as robots forced them out of work. While both are speculative fantasies, they are far from reality. Many industries have used automation to increase their productivity while improving on-site performance. Here are some of the top industries that benefit from automation today.

Logistics
Perhaps one of the biggest industries where automation has taken over is logistics. From warehouse storage to shipping, robots and automated tracking systems have significantly cut down on time and resources in logistics. With technology like automatic stretch-wrapping systems significantly cutting down on the time needed to prep pallets, managers will notice a drastic boost in shipping rates. Even trucks have up-to-date global positioning systems that provide real-time feedback and make shipping as direct as possible.

Healthcare


Since doctors, nurses, and other healthcare workers are in constant demand, one might not expect healthcare to change much with automated services. In actuality, the healthcare industry has incorporated automation into its practices with evolving progress. For instance, surgical robots help perform minimally invasive procedures with exact precision. Additionally, automation has also streamlined patient services. Automated reception software has improved patient care, appointment practices, and smarter billing.

Law Enforcement
Law enforcement is a hands-on profession, especially when it pertains to catching criminals and processing reports. Yet, automation has proven to change public safety industries, too. Many first responding agencies utilize drones to inspect and report real-time analyses of accidents and incidents. Also, law enforcement agencies have utilized robots in search and rescue, intelligence, surveillance, and field support. Law enforcement is not the only public safety service to automate their services. Firefighting and emergency medical services have incorporated robots and automated services to decrease turnover report times for greater efficiency.

Agriculture
Lastly, agriculture has changed its practices with automation too. The agricultural industry has incorporated artificial intelligence, sensors, and data analytics to increase quality yields. In-field robots can even weed, water, and fertilize crops or milk dairy cattle. Each automated service allows the farmer to streamline their farm's production while keeping overhead costs at a minimum. With these services, farmers have significantly lessened their workloads while simultaneously producing greater crop yields than ever before.

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