Articles by author: carey.scott

Resolving Ice and Condensation Issues in Poultry Facility Freezers

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Mark Wicker, the Product Manager for Food at Polygon, addresses the issue of ice and condensation buildup in a low-temperature freezer at a poultry facility in Oklahoma. Polygon’s solution for the facility involves the implementation of a pre- and post-cool desiccant dehumidification system, along with other equipment. The system operates at a capacity of 10,000 […]

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Tackling the Energy Trilemma: Mitsubishi Power’s Pioneering Approach to Secure, Affordable, and Clean Energy Solutions

As the world shifts gears towards clean energy, “navigating the energy trilemma” is the top short-term priority. The energy trilemma involves providing secure, affordable, and clean energy while increasing investments in renewables and other low-carbon solutions. Emerging markets like the Indian subcontinent, Southeast Asia, and Sub-Saharan Africa are expected to drive global energy use […]

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The Welding Industry Needs to Evangelize its Untapped Career Potential to Attract New Skilled Labor

The heat is on in the welding industry. The American Welding Society predicts a need for 336,000 new welding professionals by 2026, and with a growing demand for skilled workers, various programs and initiatives are taking center stage to attract new talent. High school welding competitions, mentorship programs, and customized professional development opportunities are […]

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Can the Benefits of Amazon Sidewalk Outweigh the Risks of IoT Silos and Network Interference?

Amazon Sidewalk has launched into its next phase of growth as the company opens the network to developers, increasing potential to significantly disrupt IoT as we know it. In the early days of Sidewalk, which Amazon announced in 2019 and launched in 2020, only a few developers could build applications for the low-bandwidth, long-range […]

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Energy Grid Workers Need Revamped Skills Training to Meet the Coming Energy Infrastructure Evolution

Last year, the government passed the Inflation Reduction Act, which designated $370 billion toward energy security and climate action. That could mean adding 1.5 million jobs by 2030. The only problem? It’s unclear who will fill these jobs. The number of qualified workers, especially in the energy sector, is dwindling, and the corresponding skills […]

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A Fan-Centric Experience Could Make Tech-Based Golf Leage TGL Prove To Be a Hole-In-One

The golf world has a new league entrant: the TGL. What makes it unique, and what gives it a competitive edge to compete with the likes of traditional golf tours? The new tech-based golf league is meant to drive golf forward to the green, according to founders Tiger Woods and Rory McIlroy. The TGL […]

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Retailers are Improving Customer Retention with Location-Based Personalized Shopping. They Still Need Better Indoor GPS.

Retaining an existing customer is supposed to be a whole lot cheaper than attracting a new one. According to research, even a 5% rise in customer retention rates can boost profits drastically. But with shoppers constantly moving from store to store, this is easier said than done. One way sellers can attract customers is […]

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Cybersecurity in an IT-First World: Vigilance & Risk Mitigation with Ex-CIA Chief Christopher Burgess
April 24, 2024

With digital transformation occurring at breakneck speed, cybersecurity has become a critical concern for first-world IT environments. The shift towards IT-first technology has brought about new challenges in protecting sensitive data and ensuring enterprise security. The stakes are high, with reports of data breaches becoming a daily occurrence, impacting organizations across various sectors. In […]

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The Resurgence of Brick-and-Mortar Stores: One-of-a-kind Shopping Experiences Are Turning Customers into Brand Ambassadors
April 24, 2024

In the convenient world of e-commerce, big box stores are seeing a resurgence. Chains like Dick’s Sporting Goods, Walmart, and Target are experimenting with one-of-a-kind shopping experiences that can turn casual shoppers into loyal fans. In a recent Experts Talk roundtable, Allen Adamson, Co-Founder at Metaforce, highlighted how one-of-a-kind shopping experiences make for exciting […]

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Revolutionize Customer Engagement Through Digital Augmentations in Physical Retail
April 24, 2024

The digital transformation of retail experiences in physical stores has become crucial as big-box retailers strive to maintain their relevance and competitive edge in a digital era. These retailers are embedding interactive features and digital augmentations in their physical locations to offer unique, engaging customer experiences. This approach merges the tactile allure of in-store […]

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Enthusiastic and Trained Employees can Enhance Experiences and Drive Success in Physical Retail
April 24, 2024

In today’s retail landscape, big-box retailers are emphasizing the importance of their physical locations, even as the digital marketplace continues to expand. Stores like Dick’s Sporting Goods and Walmart are not just maintaining their brick-and-mortar presence but are actively enhancing it with features like interactive elements and new store openings. This reassertion of the […]

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Desiccant Dehumidifiers Are Key for Managing Humidity Across Diverse Industries. Here’s How They Work.
April 26, 2023

Nobody likes a damp environment, particularly when striving for ideal conditions in industrial settings. This is where desiccant dehumidifiers come into play – offering an efficient way to manage humidity and temperature across diverse industries, from surface preparation and coating to marine services and cold food storage. How do these industrial dehumidifiers achieve precise […]

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Battery Storage Adoption Grows Alongside Renewable Energy. Utilities and Residences Need the Power Quality to Match.
April 21, 2023

Where does power quality fit in alongside a growth in U.S. battery storage adoption? The energy revolution continues full steam ahead, even though 2022 hampered U.S. solar market growth in general. Solar continued to account for the majority of new electricity-generating capacity in 2022 according to SEIA research as renewables made up at least 22% […]

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The Perfect Burger: A Master Chef’s Take on the Right Recipe and Equipment
April 21, 2023

It’s no secret that a great burger can make your taste buds dance! The timeless classic of the American hamburger has stood the test of time, but what’s the secret recipe behind the perfect burger? The American hamburger has been a staple in our culinary culture for decades, and achieving that perfect blend of […]

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Investing for Success: Expert Advice on Business Management and Wealth Building
March 27, 2023

Starting a business from scratch can be a challenging but rewarding experience. To manage your business successfully, it’s essential to begin by developing a comprehensive business management plan. This plan should include your goals, target audience, products or services, marketing and sales strategies, and financial projections. It should serve as a roadmap for your […]

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With New Build America Buy America Guidance on Construction Materials, Contractors Should Be More Proactive with Compliance
March 22, 2023

Time to put America in the driver’s seat of infrastructure manufacturing. The Office of Management and Budget has proposed new rules on how to implement the Build America Buy America Act provisions. As part of the Biden administration’s attempt to boost domestic manufacturing and supply chains, this act requires construction materials on federal infrastructure […]

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Marketing Professionals Say AI Influencers are Here to Stay
March 20, 2023

Let’s talk about AI influencers. You may have heard about Miquela Sousa, the 19-year-old Brazilian-American model and definitely not a real human getting ‘hacked’ in 2018 by a pro-Trump Influencer. No? What about Maybelline unveiling ‘May’, its own digital influencer created to sell mascara? Like it or not, AI influencers, or more concretely, animated […]

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The Food Industry’s Understaffing Problem: A Positive Change for Employees and Customers
March 20, 2023

The food industry is known for its fast-paced, high-stress environment. However, in recent times, the food industry’s understaffing problem has made things much more challenging! The food industry is feeling the pinch of understaffing, with over 60% of establishments admitting they are struggling to recruit enough employees. In spite of that, this challenge has […]

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Cybersecurity Professionals Say They Lack Confidence in Stopping Breaches. Here’s What They Say is to Blame and How to Fix It.
March 17, 2023

Cybersecurity professionals are voicing concerns over their ability to actually perform cybersecurity. Exabeam’s recent survey of 500 IT professionals sheds light on just how strained they perceive their workloads, resources, and training to be. According to the report, many cybersecurity specialists feel under-resourced and unable to adequately carry out their duties as proactive cybersafety […]

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Amazon Grocery Stores Are Struggling. Experts Say They Were Unprepared to Handle Grocery’s Thin Margins.
March 17, 2023

Amazon went big and bold with its diversified brick and mortar strategy when it bought Whole Foods and launched cashier-less Amazon Fresh and Amazon Go stores across the U.S. Turns out this may have been a miscalculation for the e-commerce giant. Amazon’s CEO, Andy Jassy, speaking on the company’s fourth-quarter earnings call, revealed that […]

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