The RAI – Renewable Automation Index
Products and services that can be consumed only once are non-renewable. We often think of energy when we think Renewable because Fossil Crude Oil supplies on earth have finite limits; where geothermal and water-powered hydro energy – are effectively limitless and self-renewing 100% of the time day-or-night. Wind and solar power generation are examples of Part-time Renewable Resources.
Automation tools like conventional robots are non-renewable similarly; however, Automations that provide for their own life-cycle-management and robotically build themselves – these automations can in fact be considered “Renewable”.
When these Renewable Automation resources break, they fix themselves; they apply their own upgrades, manage their end-of-life, their productions improve and mature organically – just like a renewable resource.
When these Renewable Automations produce basic social necessities like food, clean water, shelter, energy, transportation, and tradable engineered goods and services, societies become self-sufficient and export economies prosper.
These renewable manufacturing technologies, and the social policies that make them possible, create self-sustaining resources ongoing – and so we term these production lines Renewable Automation (RA).
There are two RAIs: a Country and a Company Index
The Goal of The RAI Company Index is to recognize companies that design and build Renewable Automation and EconomyTech.
The Goal of The RAI Country Index is to recognize Countries that sustain their economies with Transition Economics Maturity Model (TE-Mature) Policies; policies that also support the building of Renewable Automation. TE-Mature Policy, like investing in RA, builds additional economic injectors for your country – similar to purchasing foreign debt for example. Read about what are economic injectors, and why are they important, on our TE-Maturity Models page.
TE-Mature policies include Engineering Safety-nets, sufficient Guaranteed Income supports, and policies that Reset spending-power in housing, energy, healthcare and education – a summary chart of policy supports is listed below. See our Introduction to Transition Economics page here.
The Company RAI
30-years ago, companies like IBM, Microsoft, Oracle, Cisco and others stood at the cusp of an incredible wave of technology growth. Today, Renewable Automation companies stand at the precipice of our next 30-year revolution and wave in technology.
Initially, the Company RAI is available to investment houses and government procurement teams on license restrictions
Renewable Automation Companies are leaders in the Life-Cycle Management – this includes Build, Maintenance, Upgrade and End-of-life waste management and recycling
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