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Apr
03
2020
Harry Forbes — Acquisition or Partnership

Emerson Acquires American Governor

Emerson announced it has completed the purchase of American Governor Company, a leader in technologies and services for hydroelectric turbine controls.
Apr
02
2020
Florian Güldner — Industry Trends

Corona Damages Mechanical Engineering Supply Chains

A recent survey shows the damaging effect of the corona pandemic, as corona damages Mechanical Engineering Supply Chains and machinery market. Almost every second company suffers disruptions along the supply chain.
Apr
01
2020
Dick Slansky — Industry Trends

Commercial Aircraft Industry Braces for the Aftermath of the Global Pandemic

The commercial aircraft industry is in the middle of a liquidity crisis triggered by the coronavirus pandemic, and this could put the US’s long-time global leadership in building commercial aircraft in jeopardy. The government will have act to provide loans, tax breaks, and other tools to keep the industry and its supply chain intact.
Apr
01
2020
Dick Slansky — Technology Trends

3D Printing Medical Equipment Parts Is Saving Lives

The overwhelming spread of COVID-19 has left physicians and medical staffs at a loss, literally, especially with regards to medical equipment, but 3D printing medical equipment may be a significant factor in quickly replenishing critical healthcare supplies and saving lives.
Mar
31
2020
Rick Rys — Industry Trends

When the coronavirus enters your Control Room 

Central control rooms are used for operating critical infrastructure, and management is taking new and special precautions to insure continued operation in the face of the threat when the coronavirus enters your Control Room.
Apr
01
2020
Dick Slansky — Technology Trends

3D Printing Medical Equipment Parts Is Saving Lives

The overwhelming spread of COVID-19 has left physicians and medical staffs at a loss, literally, especially with regards to medical equipment, but 3D printing medical equipment may be a significant factor in quickly replenishing critical healthcare supplies and saving lives.
Apr
01
2020
Dick Slansky — Industry Trends

Commercial Aircraft Industry Braces for the Aftermath of the Global Pandemic

The commercial aircraft industry is in the middle of a liquidity crisis triggered by the coronavirus pandemic, and this could put the US’s long-time global leadership in building commercial aircraft in jeopardy. The government will have act to provide loans, tax breaks, and other tools to keep the industry and its supply chain intact.
Mar
31
2020
Rick Rys — Industry Trends

When the coronavirus enters your Control Room 

Central control rooms are used for operating critical infrastructure, and management is taking new and special precautions to insure continued operation in the face of the threat when the coronavirus enters your Control Room.
Apr
03
2020
Mark Sen Gupta — ARCView

Journey to the Refinery of the Future

ARC Advisory Group recently had the opportunity to visit Texmark’s large petrochemical processing facility in Galena Park, Texas to see this Refinery of the Future (RotF) project firsthand.
Apr
02
2020
Sid Snitkin — ARC Report Abstract

Sharing Cyber Information Drives Many Benefits

Today’s challenging cyber landscape demands an active defense that can respond rapidly to anomalies.  Sharing cyber information is an essential part of these efforts.  
Apr
01
2020
Dick Slansky — Technology Trends

3D Printing Medical Equipment Parts Is Saving Lives

The overwhelming spread of COVID-19 has left physicians and medical staffs at a loss, literally, especially with regards to medical equipment, but 3D printing medical equipment may be a significant factor in quickly replenishing critical healthcare supplies and saving lives.
Mar
31
2020
Larry O'Brien — Technology Trends

Be Prepared for the Latest Wave of Cyber Threats with the Dragos Webinar on MITRE ICS ATT&CK April 2

In case you haven’t yet registered for Thursday’s webinar, there is still time. MITRE released its new ICS ATT&CK framework for Industrial Control Systems as a community resource on the tactics and techniques of ICS threats and a common lexicon for the community.  Dragos contributed significantly to the framework with our threat intelligence on the 11 different ICS specific threats tracked.
Apr
02
2020
Jim Frazer — Technology Trends

Thermographic Cameras for Fever Detection

Fever screening thermographic cameras are classified as medical devices because it is intended to be used to diagnose and monitor the vital conditions of human beings.  Although the equipment has FCC and UL certifications, sale to United States customers is pending application made to the Food & Drug Administration (FDA).
Apr
01
2020
Jim Frazer — Industry Trends

Tracing Coronavirus Contacts Using Phones and Bluetooth

Do mobile phones and their embedded Bluetooth technologies offer a compelling and dramatic solution for tracking the spread of coronavirus?  Recently published work from researchers in the UK offers some interesting guidance in this area
Mar
31
2020
Rick Rys — Industry Trends

When the coronavirus enters your Control Room 

Central control rooms are used for operating critical infrastructure, and management is taking new and special precautions to insure continued operation in the face of the threat when the coronavirus enters your Control Room.
Mar
30
2020
Constanze Schmitz — Industry Trends

No Hanover Fair in 2020

Due to the coronavirus pandemic, there will be no Hanover Fair this year. This is the first cancellation in the show’s 73-year history.
Mar
26
2020
Larry O'Brien — Technology Trends

How Can We Use Smart City Technology to Help in the COVID-19 Outbreak?

Data can be a powerful tool to manage disease outbreaks and pandemics, and smart city platforms and technologies can effectively leverage data to reduce the spread of COVID-19.  Let’s take a look at some of the technologies that are available for managing disease outbreaks and how data from smart city platforms and systems can be used to manage the pandemic.  

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