Smart Labs Market to Witness a Two-fold Growth by 2023, Says Frost & Sullivan

“The traditional lab market will experience a value proposition shift from hardware to digital solutions such as artificial intelligence (AI), big data, and cloud technologies,” said Amol Dilip Jadhav, Transformational Health Research Analyst at Frost & Sullivan. “Going forward, in response to the increasing penetration of digitization, instrument and automation […]

Managing Complexity in the New Era of HPC

By Bill Wagner, CEO Bright Computing Until recently, High Performance Computing (HPC) was a fairly mature and predictable area of information technology. It was characterized by a narrow category of applications used by a largely fixed set of industries running on predominantly Intel-based on-premise systems. But over the last few […]

The best fleet management software and services 2020

As any company that manages multiple vehicles can tell you, fleet management can be both complex and time-consuming. Fortunately, you have several options when it comes to fleet management software (FMS), which can greatly facilitate the task. Fleet management software is designed to help businesses improve efficiency, reduce costs, manage […]

2020 Military & Aerospace Technology Innovators Awards

NASHUA, N.H. – Military & Aerospace Electronics and Intelligent Aerospace have announced their 2020 Technology Innovators Awards to recognize companies offering substantial military, aerospace, and avionics design solutions. Awards are in three tiers — ranging from platinum, the highest, to the gold awards, and finally to the silver awards — […]

Omnitracs acquires SmartDrive to expand fleet technology offerings

Omnitracs is acquiring the video-based safety and fleet intelligence company SmartDrive, which would combine two transportation technology leaders to create an industry-first, end-to-end platform designed to optimize safety, driver productivity, routing, dispatch and compliance. The new combined company will, for the first time, unite driving context with operational insight across […]

Monitoring Chips After Manufacturing

New regulations and variability of advanced process nodes are forcing chip designers to insert additional capabilities in silicon to help with comprehension, debug, analytics, safety, security, and design optimization. The impact of this will be far-reaching as the industry discusses what capabilities can be shared between these divergent tasks, the […]

$260,000 Homes in Ohio, Maine and Colorado

Columbus, Ohio | $255,900 A recently remodeled circa-1900 cottage with four bedrooms and two bathrooms This house is in Franklinton, a neighborhood west of downtown Columbus that had suffered from devastating flooding from the Scioto River until a flood wall was completed in 2004. Now an industrial and residential area […]

Is Your Business Prepared for a Disaster?

In a perfect world disaster recovery would not be necessary, but the reality is that all businesses require a disaster recovery plan in some capacity. Some require near instant recovery; most can get by with much less. Implementation and regular testing of a disaster recovery or backup plan can literally […]

Fender Unveils the Tim Armstrong Anniversary Hellcat

Hollywood, CA (September 1, 2020) — Fender Musical Instruments Corporation (FMIC) today launched the Tim Armstrong Anniversary Hellcat in celebration of ten years of partnership with Grammy® Award-winning punk rock legend, Tim Armstrong. The signature anniversary acoustic guitar is the latest in a series of collaborations between the world’s leading […]

NASA patented a faster, cheaper route to the moon. The first spacecraft to use it could make Nobel Prize-winning discoveries about the universe.

© University of Colorado Boulder; NASA An illustration of the Dark Ages Polarimeter Pathfinder, or Dapper, spacecraft orbiting past the far side of the moon. University of Colorado Boulder; NASA NASA patented an efficient new trajectory for sending smaller robotic spacecraft to the moon. The agency says it patents and […]

Army awards $13B commercial software contract

Written by Billy Mitchell Sep 1, 2020 | FEDSCOOP The U.S. Army has awarded a $13 billion contract to 31 vendors to supply commercial off-the-shelf software across the military. Under the 10-year indefinite-delivery, indefinite-quantity Information Technology Enterprise Solutions – Software 2 contract, the Army requires commercial software products and maintenance across 14 […]

Trenton Systems announces VITA membership, cements support for open technology standards, system interoperability

VITA, founded in the early 1980s and known for the promotion and maintenance of the VMEbus technology standard and others, is a non-profit organization of vendors and users who have a common market interest in real-time, modular embedded computing systems. Accredited as an American National Standards Institute (ANSI) developer, VITA […]

New collaboration to create “forever battery” for IoT

Atmosic Technologies is teaming up with SMK Electronics to power connected devices like remote controls and sensors with a battery that do not need to be replaced, the companies say. Image: iStock In the always-connected workplace, keeping devices powered and ready for use is not just important, but critical—a dead […]