Industrial Internet of Things: Empowering Big-Time Energy Savings

May 28, 2018

By operating across several machines and sensor types, Internet of Things can draw from aggregate data conclusions that can’t be drawn from local data. This real-time information allows for action in addition to analysis, as the right expert can look at the data given and respond to find energy-draining culprits and a list of other…

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Bluegreen Vacations: Using Speech Analytics to Improve Customer Experience

May 21, 2018

Bluegreen Vacations saw spikes in call volume it couldn’t predict. Finding the reasons behind those spikes could help the company better meet vacation condo owners’ needs. The company implemented speech analytics to explain sudden upticks in the number of calls.

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Modeling the Bones for Massive LEGO Sculptures

March 13, 2018

At Bright Bricks, more than 30 LEGO brick artists spend their days building life-size LEGO brick models for businesses, museums and traveling exhibits, among others.

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Connectors in the Nuclear Zone

December 5, 2017

Radiation-proof connectors allow robots to work in places where humans cannot safely tread.

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Next Gen Controllers: Secure by Design

June 5, 2017

Industrial controllers are being redesigned with security in mind. But most automation suppliers still have to contend with their legacy control systems, relying primarily on network approaches to security.

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Common Myths Around ADA — And What Really Matters

March 20, 2017

Despite the length of time it’s been around, there are still several misconceptions about the Americans With Disabilities Act. We’d like to clear up a few common sources of confusion around the ADA.

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