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  • AI Best Practices For Business Decision Makers And Practitioners

    Artificial intelligence (AI) is a branch of computer science that uses algorithms (programmatic instructions) to process inputs and deliver outputs that mimic human abilities such as cognition, natural language understanding, speech and image understanding, common sense reasoning, knowledge representation. Machine learning (ML) and deep learning (DL), the subfields of AI driving innovation and headlines, have introduced improvements to pattern recognition thereby supercharging tasks such as classification, prediction, and clustering.

  • 3 Themes And Takeaways From FDA’s Draft Guidance On DCTs

    Get our experts’ summary of recent regulatory guidance as well as recommendations for optimal decentralized clinical trial design and conduct.

  • Providing Superior And Secure Care With RFID Technology

    Hospitals and healthcare providers are going well beyond the basics of patient care these days. Years ago, hospitals took good care of patients by providing the best quality medical care they could. Today, they’re tasked with that and so much more.

  • A Review Of USP <1788> Methods For Determination Of Subvisible Particulate Matter

    A recent revision to the USP 1788 Methods for Determination of Subvisible Particulate Matter was published to aid in clarification and support of the information given in various chapters. With the advent of flow imaging technologies and new therapeutic protein solutions, the scope of the document was widened. Here we explore the applicability methods, particle count limits, test method influences and more. 

  • Choosing The Right Fit For Your Business: Anatomy Of A Cash Drawer

    The cash drawer has been a key component of the retail business for as long as people have exchanged money for goods. If you accept currency, you need the best cash drawer, but choosing the right drawer and till solution requires planning, consideration, and a little research.

  • Industrial Smart Components: What To Use When

    The objective of this paper is to provide an overview of the current standard industrial HID Global RFID tag portfolio and provide a guideline of the RFID tag family’s main propositions.

  • Technology Adoption In Field Service: A 5-Step Best Practices Guide

    Service organizations that have a best-in-class service ecosystem do so by focusing on strategies that support upskilling their workforce such as mentoring, professional development, and technology investments to supplement technicians’ knowledge. This guide highlights steps organizations should embrace and execute to ensure the successful adoption of empowering technologies.

  • Trend Analysis Of Total And Viable Particle Monitoring Data

    Routine review and analysis of environmental monitoring data for trends at an appropriate frequency is essential to aid in the interpretation of process stability and assess environmental control performance.

  • Bits To Beams: RF Technology Evolution For 5G Millimeter Wave Radios

    As the 5G ecosystem continues to evolve, Analog Devices will continue to bring to bear our leading-edge technologies and signal chain solutions to enable our customers to develop differentiated systems for the emerging 5G millimeter wave market.

  • Advancing Decentralized Clinical Trials Through A Unified Approach To eCOA And Digital Health Technologies

    Digital health technologies (DHTs) combined with assessments of patient-reported outcomes (PROs) are on the rise. Read how uniting these two complementary mechanisms better informs how patients experience their disease and respond to treatment.

  • Set For The Future—San Juan Water Implements Esri's ArcGIS Utility Network And Cityworks Computer Maintenance Management System

    San Juan Water District (SJWD) has used ArcGIS Utility Network as a foundation for the organization's computer maintenance management system (CMMS) implementation, which uses Cityworks. The Utility Network and the CMMS work from one centralized database for water distribution. The field crews can access the latest information and use the networking analysis capabilities for outage events via tablets in the field or a web browser in the office. The integration of these systems has improved reporting and inspection workflows while providing a single, authoritative source of truth. 

  • Gwinnett County Explores Benefits Of Digital Twins At Pump Station

    As a leader in the water industry, Gwinnett County Department of Water Resources (GCDWR) aims to provide superior water services at an excellent value. The multi-award-winning utility has been recognized both statewide and nationally for excellence in water production, wastewater treatment, infrastructure development, and customer satisfaction. GCDWR operates and maintains two water production facilities; three water reclamation facilities; more than 200 pump stations; and nearly 8,000 miles of water, sewer, and stormwater pipes that provide essential services to more than 900,000 people each day.