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Is the Supply Chain Ready for Real-World Asset Tokenization?

real-world asset tokenization Experts Talk

In an evolving digital landscape, the mass investment in real-world asset tokenization, or RWA tokenization, is leading as one of the most exciting and world-shaking movements in tech. Opening up endless possibilities for leveraging blockchain networks to represent firm ownership rights of physical assets as onchain tokens, this advent of onchain asset ownership is…

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Tips for Enhancing Employee Safety and Security During Business Travel

With recent global events emphasizing the importance of employee safety, companies are increasingly focused on how to protect their staff while they travel for work. From the resurgence of health crises to geopolitical tensions, the need for robust travel safety protocols has never been more critical. This analysis is particularly relevant now as businesses…

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Tech-Driven Synchronization Post-COVID Fuels Innovation in Domestic Supply Chain

Post-COVID, the domestic supply chain landscape received unprecedented alignment and coordination, primarily through tech-driven synchronization of technological advancements. This trend addresses the critical need for rapid adjustment capabilities among logistics partners and government entities, as highlighted by recent events like the Baltimore Bridge collapse. How is technology enabling this newfound tech-driven synchronization and…

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Predictive and Prescriptive Analytics Open Up a New Frontier of Smart Logistics Technology

As the logistics industry rapidly integrates connected, smart, and ecosystem-level technologies, predictive and prescriptive analytics promise to streamline operations and enhance efficiency. The recent influx of high-revenue opportunities has drawn blue-chip technology talent into the logistics sector, highlighting the increasing importance of predictive analytics, artificial intelligence, and automation in shaping the future of…

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Positioning the U.S. in the Electric Vehicle Market Requires the Development of a Domestic Supply Chain

Recent trends in the automotive industry are indicating that there’s a significant pivot towards electric vehicles (EVs), driven by global sustainability goals and technological advancements. As nations around the world race to dominate the growing EV market, the United States faces a crucial challenge: building a robust, domestic EV supply chain. From mining rare…

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Consumer Education is Central, if the U.S. Wants to Lead Electric Vehicle Innovation

The global competition in the electric vehicle (EV) sector is intensifying and U.S. manufacturers are focusing on innovative strategies just to stay ahead. The key to achieving this effort is educating consumers about the benefits of EVs and fostering collaborations between industries and governments. These initiatives aim to make EVs more accessible and affordable,…

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Competitive Landscape of the Electric Vehicle Market is Reliant on Pricing and Supply Chain Management

Global emphasis on sustainability is intensifying and both consumers and industries alike are looking toward electric vehicles as a viable alternative to traditional combustion engines. As a result, the electric vehicle (EV) market is now critical. However, the competitiveness of EVs hinges significantly on strategic pricing and effective supply chain management—especially concerning battery production,…

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Superior Air Quality and HVAC Systems are Crucial for Senior Care
May 29, 2024

The demographic shift towards an aging population, projected to reach 27 million Americans in nursing and assisted living facilities by 2050, raises significant concerns about indoor air quality in these environments. With respiratory health already being a critical issue among seniors, the stakes are high for ensuring that HVAC systems are up to par….

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The Future of Data Centers: Cooling, Power, and ESG with Saqib Ashraf
May 28, 2024

In a rapidly evolving data center industry, cooling technologies are finally taking center stage, driven by the rise of AI and other high-density computing needs. In the latest episode of Straight Outta Crumpton, Saqib Ashraf, Director of Solutions Architecture at CPG, shares insights on the future of data centers as well as the challenges…

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With Walmart Health Shuttering Its Doors, Retail Healthcare Has to Rethink Its Role & Strategy in Primary Care
May 28, 2024

Retail healthcare is an uncertain slice of the U.S. healthcare industry, being defined by both recent strategic retreats and bold expansions which have sparked crucial discussions about the future of primary care services within the retail sector. The most recent news that shocked the industry was the shuttering of Walmart Health, Walmart’s 51 health…

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Edge Computing is the Foundation for Scaled Smart Cities. How Can the Industry Accelerate Adoption?
May 28, 2024

As cities globally accelerate their transformation into “smart cities,” the integration of a capable computing ecosystem to complement smart city initiatives has become an important part of smart city success. How critical will edge computing be in that ecosystem, and in the facilitation of today’s and tomorrow’s smart city projects, especially with where smart…

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Electric Vehicles are Fueling a Change in Battery Technology and the Energy Sector
May 4, 2024

This rapid growth and use of electric vehicles (EVs) is not just revolutionizing the automotive industry; it’s poised to transform how we store and use energy on a grand scale. As companies like Tesla demonstrate the viability of EVs through advanced battery technology, a significant technological spillover into grid-level energy storage is beginning to…

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Affordability of Electric Vehicles Also Hinges on Proper EV Charging Infrastructure
May 3, 2024

The electric vehicle (EV) revolution continues to gain momentum, and naturally the spotlight intensifies on the crucial issue of finding EV charging stations and the broader state of EV charging infrastructure. Against the backdrop of increasing EV adoption and growing concerns regarding range anxiety, the urgency to address these challenges is a pressing matter….

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US OEMs Must Streamline Existing Systems and Apply Volume-Driven Strategies to Cut EV Manufacturing Costs
May 3, 2024

As the electric vehicle (EV) market continues to expand, US original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) face significant challenges in reducing manufacturing costs to remain competitive. With growing global competition, particularly from countries like China that benefit from massive subsidies and a fresh industrial slate, the urgency for US manufacturers to adapt has never been more…

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Consumer Education, Cost Reductions, and Inter-Industry Alliances Seen as Vital for U.S. EV OEMs Eyeing Global Market Domination
May 3, 2024

In the wake of a global push towards sustainable transportation, the United States finds itself at a critical juncture in the electric vehicle (EV) industry. With increasing pressure to compete internationally, the need to educate consumers on the benefits of EV adoption and foster inter-industry and public-private alliances on best manufacturing practices has never…

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New Pricing Strategies and Charging Standards Are Crucial to Mitigate Profitability Challenges in the EV Sector
May 2, 2024

Recent fluctuations in Tesla’s quarterly earnings and a general moderation in the growth of electric vehicles (EVs) in the U.S. market have raised concerns about the profitability challenges facing the EV industry. Despite an initial explosive growth, the increase in market share is showing signs of slowing down. These shifts occur amidst a broader…

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Domestic EV Manufacturers Can Prosper with Streamlined Supply Chains and Cost-Effective Batteries
May 2, 2024

Electric vehicles (EVs) are shifting from a niche market for early adopters to a mainstream consumer choice. With this new trend, manufacturers face the daunting challenge of how to lower costs while simultaneously improving the affordability and profitability of these vehicles in the U.S. market. This shift necessitates a deep dive into the complex…

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Advanced Tech, Cost Engineering, and Falling Lithium Prices Propel U.S. Automakers Toward Affordable Electric Vehicle Production
May 2, 2024

As global attention continues to focus on sustainable transportation, the electric vehicle (EV) sector is increasingly seen as a vital part of the transition away from fossil fuels. Historically, the automotive industry has shown a pattern where initial high costs of new technologies gradually decrease as production scales and processes improve. This trend is…

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The Electric Vehicle Industry Needs Rural-Friendly Models for Widespread Adoption or Risk Missing Out on Full Market Potential
May 2, 2024

As the electric vehicle (EV) industry continues to expand, a pressing issue emerges regarding the diversity of EV models available compared to conventional vehicles. With over 250 conventional vehicle models available, consumers have a wide array of options that align closely with their specific transportation needs. However, the EV market in the United States…

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Cost Engineering Drives U.S. Automakers Toward Affordable Electric Vehicles
May 1, 2024

Could cost engineering emerge as a pivotal strategy for U.S. automakers striving to enhance the affordability of electric vehicles (EVs)? Facing significant challenges in production profitability and consumer affordability, manufacturers like Ford and Tesla face increasing pressure from aggressive pricing from Chinese competitors. As these financial pressures mount, highlighted by recent loss reports,…

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