Articles by author: Sean Heath

What the Contrast Shortage Means for Hospitals and Patients

American hospitals and healthcare providers are deferring CT scans and related care due to a shortage of iohexol and iodixanol contrast media caused by a COVID-19-related shutdown at a major Read more

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Pixels and Mortar: How LED Went from Small-Scale to Major Scale
May 20, 2022
It’s hard to imagine the days when the sun used to be our only source of natural light. Since we’ve attempted to harness light in our societies, we’ve reigned in both the power of fire and Read more
What a Dip in Veganism Popularity Means for the Food and Beverage Industry
May 20, 2022
Key Insights: In 2022, 5% of respondents were vegan in the Statista Survey. Harris Poll in 2020 found that about 3% of U.S. were vegan. New data finds vegan and vegan related google searches Read more
Apprenticeships are Vital in Developing the Next Generation of Workers
May 19, 2022
  Trevor Matthews worked in refrigeration until he admittedly, lost his joy. Greg Crumpton refers to it as a complacency rut, “in a rinse repeat cycle.” Today Matthews, Founder of Refrigeration Mentor, Read more
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Why You Should Think Locally When You Build Globally
March 19, 2020
  The nature of good business is growth. When that growth expands to new countries, there are a few very specific challenges that await. On this episode of the Sounds Like Success podcast, Read more
NanoSessions: Addressing the Insecure Elements of Your Security
March 14, 2020
  The concept of security is a well-worn trope in all industries. However, the weakest link of any system is fairly easy to determine. On this episode of the NanoSessions podcast, Read more
Engineering Value: The Hidden Savings of Engineering Value
March 6, 2020
  The bottom line. That is an unavoidable, monolithic reality of the construction industry. However, a formulaic “race to the bottom” can have dramatically negative effects on the true cost Read more
Sounds Like Success: Carefully Building on a Good Reputation
February 11, 2020
  The benefits of developing a good reputation are immense. The challenge comes when a company needs to evolve their offerings. On this episode of Sounds Like Success, Tom Lureman, Director Read more
Engineering Value: Value Should Not be A Code Word
January 29, 2020
  Language is constantly evolving. For example, the word “value” has taken on a negative connotation in recent years; a value product may be cheaper, but usually it's of inferior quality, Read more
Air IQ: Don’t Take Air for Granted
January 24, 2020
  We all live in separate environments every day. There’s the air outside our homes. Then, there is the air inside our homes. On this episode of the AirIQ Podcast, Tim Begoske, Midwest Read more
Digital Money is Still Money
January 6, 2020
  Electronic payment technology is becoming the de-facto option across numerous industries. On this episode of MarketScale’s Software and Technology podcast, Adi Ekshtain, Co-Founder of Read more
The Hurry and the Wait of Due Diligence
December 23, 2019
  The “diligence” in “due diligence” is one of the most crucial aspects of signage, especially when dealing with multiple municipalities. On this episode of MarketScale’s Pro A/V Read more
Propelling: Microdrones’ First Class Support
December 20, 2019
  Surveying has always been a labor-intensive, precise industry. The technological advances from Microdrones have increased precision while reducing the manpower required. On this episode Read more