Articles by author: Jessica Guilbeaux

The Valve Chronicles: Pressure Control Guideline Differences in Aircraft Fueling Operations Between the US & Europe, Part 2

  On this episode of The Valve Chronicles’ look at the differences in aircraft fueling operations between the US and Europe, Cla-Val’s Tom Boriack, Global Market Manager for Fueling, and Read more

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With Record Demand, Can Uber Get Drivers Driving Again?
April 22, 2021
The economy is slowly opening back up as the country sees vaccinations increase while COVID-19 cases decrease. Consumers are reopening the door to Uber. In March 2021, Uber saw gross bookings hit an Read more
Southwest CEO Speaks on Pent Up Travel Demand, Industry Outlook and more
April 22, 2021
Southwest CEO Gary Kelly says “no question the worst is behind us,” as he discusses first-quarter results, consumer and business travel demand, and the relaunch of Boeing 737 Max jets. Watch or read more Read more
Beyond the Classroom: Educational Reform in a Post-Pandemic World
April 22, 2021
Although no one can argue that the COVID-19 pandemic has set back education and student learning for months, if not years, there is still some good that has come out of our current situation. Now, educators Read more
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What IoT Can Do For The Business World
November 5, 2018
As defined by Suzanne Elly, correspondent for IoT Evolution World, Internet of Things (IoT) is “a network of devices, appliances, and vehicles that are embedded with sensors, electronics, Read more
Labor Day by the Numbers: What Businesses Should Expect
August 31, 2018
Another summer is ending but before it is officially over, millions of Americans are celebrating Labor Day. The holiday is not only a time to mark the official end of summer, but also an Read more
AV Brings Digital Art Outside in Chicago
August 17, 2018
On Feb. 25, Chicago’s mayor Rahm Emanuel introduced “Art on the Mart”, a lighting project turning Chicago’s 1930’s art deco Merchandise Mart into a three-acre riverfront canvas using a process Read more