Articles by author: Semaj Watts

Los Angeles Shows How Pro AV Can Take Over the Entertainment World

The Telestron exhibit, designed by artist Bradley G. Munkowitz, or ‘GMUNK’, has made its long-awaited West Coast debut at the famous ROW DTLA in the ever-expanding Arts District of Los Angeles. After only being publicly debuted twice, once in China and once in Houston, Texas, the California exhibit opened in late February and will remain […]

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How ViVE 2023 is Transforming Healthcare Systems for Senior Digital Health Leaders
March 29, 2023

Thousands of the world’s top digital health and healthcare technology executives will be attending ViVE 2023 March 26 through March 29 in Nashville this year with an estimated attendance of 7,500. The event is being hailed as the premiere destination for digital healthcare leaders and business executives looking to create meaningful industry connections and thought […]

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Plumbing Industry: Providing Support and Adding Value to Your Employees
March 29, 2023

After the 2008 recession, unemployment reached a high of 10 percent, double the rate in December 2007 of five percent. In the midst of the economic downturn, James Terry managed to start a plumbing company, GreenTeam. Why and how did Terry decide to start his business at this time, and how has the culture […]

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Go Paperless: Moving from a Manual to Electronic Tracking System
March 29, 2023

Many medical instruments are reusable, which has made tracking them through the sterilization process very important. These instruments often require inspection, maintenance, and sterilization to ensure maximum patient safety. Some healthcare facilities still track their instruments with paper and pen, exposing them to human error, credibility, time-consuming recalls, and boxes of archives that need to be stored. […]

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Los Angeles Shows How Pro AV Can Take Over the Entertainment World
March 22, 2019

The Telestron exhibit, designed by artist Bradley G. Munkowitz, or ‘GMUNK’, has made its long-awaited West Coast debut at the famous ROW DTLA in the ever-expanding Arts District of Los Angeles. After only being publicly debuted twice, once in China and once in Houston, Texas, the California exhibit opened in late February and will remain […]

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How Automation Is Changing the Definition of Work
March 7, 2019

Technology has always been an inspirational yet sometimes terrifying force in the world. From using computers to find out virtually anything to cellphones telling people when to wake up and start the day, many have come to rely on technology seemingly as much as they rely on oxygen. Society has no problem with technology when […]

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700,000 Fans, Zero Waste: Golf’s Annual Recycling Showcase
February 4, 2019

The 2019 Waste Management Phoenix Open ended on Sunday after a week of golf, music, food, and environmental sustainability. Known as the “Greenest Show on Grass,” the WM Phoenix Open has been highly regarded for its “zero waste” policy. With approximately 50 percent of materials recycled, 34 percent of materials composted, 14 percent of waste converted […]

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The Stunning Interior Designs That Took Home AIA’s Top Honors
January 23, 2019

The American Institute of Architects, Interior Architecture program has chosen nine interior designs, described as “innovative” and “spectacular,” to highlight in this year’s AIA Awards. Winners Bohlin Cywinski Jackson, Alterstudio Architecture, Gensler, Skidmore, Owings & Merrill LLP, BIG-Bjarke Ingels Group, HDR, Clive Wilkinson Architects, Eskew+Dumez+Ripple, and Montalba Architects landed their awards through their transformation of […]

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How Pro AV Stole Christmas, and Made It Better
December 19, 2018

From the Theater of Dreams at New York’s, Sacks Fifth Avenue to the festive neighbors down the street, more and more people are turning ordinary decoration into awe-inspiring holiday shows with the use of Pro AV technology. Holiday decorating, for the most part, has meant stringing lights throughout a house or a business storefront. However, […]

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During California Wildfires, Drones Join First Responders
December 4, 2018

From the Carr Fire to the Camp Fire, California firefighters have had an unfortunately busy year in 2018. As one of the most important public professions, these brave men and women are sent into the field to combat dangerous flames and continuously provide support and protection to local communities. Technological improvements to equipment such as […]

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How A 300-Million-Year-Old Land Formation Is Determining America’s Future
November 27, 2018

A Legacy of Success Since first being tapped in 1923, the Permian Basin has grown to be one of the strongest forces in the energy business not only in west Texas but worldwide. At approximately 250 miles wide and 300 miles long, the basin has allowed for the extraction of 30 billion barrels to date, […]

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How Data and Analytics Tools Will Change the Medical Field
November 20, 2018

From altering the way patients experience their routine doctor visits to the way personal health will be monitored, the use of data analytics tools in the medical field is bound to bring change to the modern healthcare industry. Data analytics tools have been used across a wide range of industries in recent years. Companies ranging […]

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How Brooklyn Just Became the Virtual Reality Capital of the United States
November 7, 2018

On Oct. 24, 2018, the New York City Economic Development Corporation (NYCEDC), the Mayor’s Office of Media and Entertainment (MoME) and Brooklyn Navy Yard came together to officially launch RLab. The lab is a 16,500 square-foot virtual and augmented reality research, education and entrepreneurship center in Brooklyn that will bring businesses, students and AR/VR professionals together. […]

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