Automation

PRODUCTS

  • TORNADO® Subsurface Aerators
    TORNADO® Subsurface Aerators

    With thousands of units in operation around the world, Tornado subsurface aerators have a proven record of maximizing performance while minimizing energy consumption.

  • Low Pressure Oil-Free Screw Compressors ZE & ZA ( VSD)
    Low Pressure Oil-Free Screw Compressors ZE & ZA ( VSD)

    ZE/ZA fixed and variable speed drive (VSD) low-pressure oil-fee air compressors: high quality performers with a robust design.

  • TM-T88VI POS Receipt Printer
    TM-T88VI POS Receipt Printer

    The TM-T88V POS thermal printer is the latest addition to Epson’s innovative, industry-leading TM-T88 POS printer series.

  • IT Glue
    IT Glue

    Save Time, Free Your Mind

    Grow your business with the world’s leading IT documentation software. Serving the top-performing MSPs around the globe with over 60,000 users in 30 countries daily, and dozens of productivity and innovation awards to boot — we’ll put you on the forefront of documentation management.

  • Batch Management Software for Food Manufacturing and Processing
    Batch Management Software for Food Manufacturing and Processing

    Batch Management software can be used for the most complex batching processes that require a high level of flexibility. Equipped with easy-to-use recipe configuration tools, process engineers can quickly create or change recipe procedures and formulas without requiring any expertise in the underlying control systems.

WHITE PAPERS AND CASE STUDIES

  • 8 Ways Aging Software Harms Food Businesses
    8 Ways Aging Software Harms Food Businesses

    When was the last time you upgraded your ERP system? If you’re like your peers, then the answer is “not in recent memory.” This paper outlines eight reasons to continuously update your business software.

  • Chill Out: Harnessing New Freezing Technology To Help Deliver The Future Of Medicine
    Chill Out: Harnessing New Freezing Technology To Help Deliver The Future Of Medicine

    Digitally enabled cryogenic cold chain technology can now deliver the raw materials needed to manufacture cellular therapies

  • Closing The Door On Cybercriminals Best: Practices For Patch Management
    Closing The Door On Cybercriminals Best: Practices For Patch Management

    The sheer quantity and frequency of new threats that confront IT professionals is daunting, as cybercriminals relentlessly probe for weaknesses and vulnerabilities. These three patch management best practices will help deny criminals a point of entry to your clients' networks.

  • NCR Partners With Creditcall To Handle Their EMV Implementation
    NCR Partners With Creditcall To Handle Their EMV Implementation

    Like every other POS provider in the United States, NCR found itself in 2014 facing an upcoming EMV liability shift that had many of its merchants in a state of panic. Mark Critchett, product management director, small business division for NCR Corp. recalls the pressure felt industry-wide to get technology in place that would enable EMV payments. For NCR, that meant addressing EMV for both its NCR Silver and NCR Silver Pro Restaurant Edition software.

  • How Mobility Helped Mar Cor Grow
    How Mobility Helped Mar Cor Grow

    When you’re aiming to guarantee technicians’ safety and build a stronger business, it’s important the information coming from the field is accurate and easy to collect. You don’t know what’s going on in the field without it, and your technicians have better things to do than filling out forms. So how do you collect and analyze detailed, complex data and apply it to support your technicians and your bottom line – without affecting efficiency in the field or in the office?

  • Effective Communications: Steps For Automating, Streamlining And Improving Healthcare Communications
    Effective Communications: Steps For Automating, Streamlining And Improving Healthcare Communications

    The average 500-bed hospital in the United States loses $4 million each year directly due to inefficient communication, according to a study published in the Journal of Healthcare Management. Effective and efficient communication is essential to fulfilling a healthcare organization’s mission of providing high quality care. It is also crucial to eliminating unnecessary costs and maintaining an organization’s fiscal health.

  • Reinventing Claims Payment For A Value-Based World
    Reinventing Claims Payment For A Value-Based World

    Payers need to choose between automated payment and accurate automated payment.

  • Vaisala’s viewLinc Monitoring System Used In Clinical Research At CTC North, Germany
    Vaisala’s viewLinc Monitoring System Used In Clinical Research At CTC North, Germany

    Developing medicines is a timeintensive and costly process with a high risk of failure — especially in the early phases. The entire drug development process is subject to the guidelines of Good Clinical Practice (GCP), the international standard that governs planning, implementation, documentation and reporting in clinical trials involving humans.

  • Regulated Content Management and the Digital Revolution In The LIfe Sciences Industry
    Regulated Content Management and the Digital Revolution In The LIfe Sciences Industry

    Globalization of clinical trials, tightening regulatory requirements, a more competitive and collaborative commercial environment, and an increasingly mobile workforce requires life-sciences companies to standardize and improve regulated content management processes to ensure information is shared with the right people at the right time.

  • Professional Installation And Upfit Guide For Fleet Mobility
    Professional Installation And Upfit Guide For Fleet Mobility

    Today’s motor vehicle is no longer for transportation only – it’s also a highly advanced mobile office that integrates voice, data, video, warning and operating systems. As new technologies evolve, vehicles are becoming more complex – and so do their upfits. Vehicle upfits for mobile offices must solve specific business problems and meet work function requirements, all while accounting for occupant safety and ergonomics concerns – not to mention time and budget constraints.

  • Benton PUD Builds A Foundation For The Future With Sensus
    Benton PUD Builds A Foundation For The Future With Sensus

    Washington utility enhances electricity infrastructure and improves customer service.

  • How To Build A Deep Learning Classification System For Less Than $1000 USD
    How To Build A Deep Learning Classification System For Less Than $1000 USD

    Deep learning is set to alter the machine vision landscape, enabling new applications and disrupting established markets. It’s never been easier to get started, but where do you begin? This article provides an easy-to-follow guide to building a deep learning inference system for less than $1000.

NEWS

  • Scientists At The MDI Biological Laboratory Identify New Genetic Regulators Of Regeneration

    Scientists at the MDI Biological Laboratory and the University of Maine have discovered that genetic material in the cell that was previously thought to be “junk” because of its apparent lack of function likely plays a part in regulating genetic circuits responsible for regeneration in highly regenerative animals

  • Brown Researchers Teach Computers To See Optical Illusions

    Optical illusions can be fun to experience and debate, but understanding how human brains perceive these different phenomena remains an active area of scientific research. For one class of optical illusions, called contextual phenomena, those perceptions are known to depend on context.

  • Updating High-Resolution MRI

    High-resolution magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) machines can work better by changing the structure of radio probes from coils to antennas.

  • Irrigating Vegetables With Wastewater In African Cities May Spread Disease

    Urban farmers growing vegetables to feed millions of people in Africa’s ever-growing cities could unwittingly be helping to spread disease by irrigating crops with wastewater, a new study reveals.

  • New Industrial Automation/Motion Control Catalog On High-Precision Linear And Rotary Positioning Systems

    Motion control and nano precision positioning systems leader PI (Physik Instrumente) released a new comprehensive catalog of linear and rotary positioning systems engineered and manufactured for industrial precision automation. The products covered in the catalog address industries such as semiconductor production/inspection, laser material processing, automated optical inspection (AOI), and precision opto-mechanical alignment and assembly. PI’s in-house designed and manufactured PIMag linear motor stages and PIglide air bearing technologies and high performance EtherCat®-based industrial precision motion controllers are some of the technologies featured in this catalog.