Articles by author: Alinda Quinn

The Cost of Poor Transportation Is Hitting Your Dinner Table

Transportation safety impacts everyone, even those who never leave their homes. It is a topic with implications that reach far beyond being safe on the roads or in the air. It effects the efficacy of our food and other products and can even have ripple effects on our overall quality of life. The National Transportation […]

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Super Bowl LVII Ad Spots Sold Out. Why Did It Take So Long This Year?
February 6, 2023

Patrick Rishe, Host of “Suite Talk: The Business Behind Sports“, takes a look at the 2023 Super Bowl ad trends. An uncertain economy is one of the biggest factors as to why it took companies so long to buy out the ad spaces for this year’s Super Bowl. Not to mention we have seen nothing […]

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Thoughts About Pro AV’s Path Forward in ’23
February 6, 2023

Can we take a second and acknowledge how impactful Gina Sansivero and Brandy Alvarado-Miranda are for our industry? … I had a chance to sit down with BOTH of them to break down some of the hottest trends from ISE this year, but also to dive deeper into the conversations and challenges that are […]

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How Have Home Intelligence and Automated Shading Solutions Improved Home Energy Efficiency and Comfort?
February 6, 2023

On today’s episode of the Draper at Home podcast, host Michelle Dawn Mooney, speaks with Scotty Allen, the Chief Operating Officer of Josh.ai, Maryellen Oswald, Custom Integration & Partnerships Channel Manager, Somfy USA, and Tyson McDonald, Director of Business Development, Motorized Solar Solutions for Draper, Inc., to talk about how the effect of home intelligence […]

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The Cost of Poor Transportation Is Hitting Your Dinner Table
February 27, 2019

Transportation safety impacts everyone, even those who never leave their homes. It is a topic with implications that reach far beyond being safe on the roads or in the air. It effects the efficacy of our food and other products and can even have ripple effects on our overall quality of life. The National Transportation […]

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Why a 17th Century Phenomenon Is Key to Architecture Today
February 5, 2019

As odd as it sounds, in the ancient languages, humans did not even have names for colors. Today we have names to represent almost every nuance and shade, but hundreds of years ago, the words used to describe the visual experience we know as color were primarily derived from moods and included examples like lively, […]

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What the Micro-LED Revolution Means for Your Next TV
January 29, 2019

Samsung’s recent rollout of a gigantic wall-sized TV has created a huge buzz in the digital display sector. The 146-inch microLED screen is the first brand-new display technology to be commercialized in more than a decade. Whether it was worth the wait remains to be seen, but the subject of microLED technology is currently on […]

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Why a Watch or Bracelet Might Save Lives Soon
January 24, 2019

According to a recent study published by Markets and Markets, the wearable medical device market is predicted to reach $14.1 billion by 2022 from USD 5.31 billion in 2016. Players in this highly competitive industry design and manufacture diverse technology, from blood glucose meters to heart monitors to pain management devices, but they have one […]

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How Pro AV is Making the Work Space More Efficient
January 8, 2019

The workplace is an ever-evolving institution, and the changes are always closely linked to various aspects of modern culture. With technology influencing contemporary life, it is bound to also affect how people work. One category of technology that is poised to revolutionize office culture is Pro AV. These applications are making jobs easier, faster, and […]

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Why the Energy Sector is Calling Drones Into Action
January 4, 2019

Drones are reporting for duty in increasing numbers over the past few years, and 2019 will likely see continued growth. Useful for diverse tasks from photography to shipping, and from crop monitoring to law enforcement and rescue operations, the drone is an important technological advancement. According to a recent independent report released by the Energy Drone […]

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What Hotels Are Doing to Stay Fresh in 2019
December 20, 2018

Hospitality is one of the most innovative industries in modern day. The sector has seen gradual but consistent growth in the last decade, and that trend will likely continue. Since supply is high, so is competition, which drives much of the evolution currently taking place. The new trends manifest themselves in various areas, but two […]

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The One Process That Is Launching Building Management Into A New Era
December 17, 2018

Building Information Modeling (BIM) offers a long list of benefits to various professionals in the sub-sectors of the building industry umbrella, but first—what exactly is BIM? Autodesk defines it as “an intelligent 3D model-based process that gives architecture, engineering, and construction (AEC) professionals the insight and tools to more efficiently plan, design, construct, and manage […]

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What Your Car Can Tell You About The Future
December 7, 2018

No doubt about it—IoT is hot. Technology is getting smarter, from our phones to our refrigerators and from our hotel rooms to our medical devices. Recently, Business Insider predicted that 82 percent of the 94 million cars that will become available for purchase in 2021 will be connected cars. That’s roughly 77 million new smart […]

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