Articles by author: Troy Camplin

#WintheDay: How Personal Branding Can Drive Individual and Corporate Performance

Dollars drive healthcare. So much so, in fact, that the US spent more than 19.7% of US GDP on healthcare spending in 2020. Healthcare costs effect everyone involved in the industry, from the payor to the clinician to the patient. To help streamline healthcare solutions, one company aims to match patients with the best […]

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Retailers Need to Enhance Omnichannel Consumer Experience to Benefit
December 9, 2022

According to the National Retail Federation, almost 200 million consumers were shopping over Thanksgiving weekend. The NRF reports that “the total number of shoppers grew by nearly 17 million from 2021 and is the highest figure since NRF first started tracking this data in 2017”, this growth being in large part to the record-breaking […]

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Honda autonomous driving
Honda Autonomous Driving is the First Level-3 System from US Manufacturer
December 9, 2022

Watch out Tesla – Honda has announced their latest innovation in autonomous driving with “Sensing 360.” Honda plans to roll out this technology suite globally in 2024. Honda autonomous driving will feature assisted driving features like “Autonomous emergency braking with expanded cross-traffic, pedestrian detection capabilities, front cross-traffic alert, active lane-change assist (blind-spot monitoring), [and] […]

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What Tesla Electric Semi-trucks Mean for Pepsi Co. and the Trucking Industry
December 9, 2022

Elon Musk recently shipped the first order of the Tesla electric semi-trucks to Pepsi Co. with a few more companies to follow in coming months. This marks the beginning of Tesla’s new long-range hauling vehicle finally hitting the road and entering into the shipping and hauling industry. Bob Galyen of Galyen Energy LLC notes that […]

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How Software Became a Building Manager’s Best Friend
February 12, 2019

The job of the building manager is rapidly changing—and Internet of Things (IoT) technology is behind that change. Indeed, assistant building managers are increasingly likely to be Artificial Intelligence (AI) rather than human beings. Anyone who has worked in an office building—or even stayed in a college dorm—knows that changes in weather can make the […]

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How Miami International Airport Is Changing the Future of Travel
February 6, 2019

Miami International Airport has partnered with Lufthansa, U.S. Customs and Border Protection, and global air transport IT provider SITA to use biometric face recognition rather than boarding passes and passports to board flights. This is designed to not only speed up boarding—by an estimated 80 percent—but also to bolster security measures. All a passenger has […]

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The Innovation Creating More Innovation in Health Care
January 30, 2019

The Internet of Things (IoT) is making inroads not only in homes and industries, but in health care as well. While homes already have sensors regulating temperature room by room, turning lights on and off, and artificial intelligence (AI) learning residents’ habits, factories will soon find machine monitoring with communication to supervisors to reduce downtime. […]

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Why Big Tech Companies are After Big Energy Solutions
January 24, 2019

The big tech companies are not only making big profits—they are also big global users of electricity. To run all of its servers, Google uses about 2.26 million megawatt hours per year. That would be enough energy to run an entire city of 200,000 homes. That is a huge carbon footprint—and a huge electricity bill! […]

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The Tools Leading The Science Community to New Discoveries
January 23, 2019

Many of our technological advances are used first by the scientific community. Nuclear magnetic resonance machines to analyze molecular structures were turned in the MRI machine used in hospitals, for example. 3D printers were used by scientists before they entered industry. The internet was created for scientific usage before becoming more generally available to the […]

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Why the Last Mile is the First Place For Innovation
January 16, 2019

With so much shopping being done online, there are more trucks on the road than ever before. This is especially true in urban areas where package delivery companies like UPS, FedEx, and the US Post Office are making those last-mile deliveries to homes and apartments. In addition to more street congestion, apartment buildings are facing […]

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Who Will be the Winners of Aerospace This Year?
January 7, 2019

There is a lot happening—and a lot getting ready to happen—in aerospace right now. Just last year, we saw five significant achievements in aerospace—but the two that will likely continue to be important in 2019 are AI-drive “generative design” and industrial 3-D printing. Artificial intelligence (AI) is likely going to continue to be a major […]

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Will 2019 Be A Milestone Year for Health Care?
January 3, 2019

To talk about the American health care system is to grossly oversimplify things. There is no single health care system in the United States, or even in any single state. There are federal hospitals and clinics, such as the Veterans Affairs hospital system, there are public and private hospitals and clinics, specialty hospitals and standalone […]

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On the way to Space, Billionaires Look for Business Partners
December 21, 2018

The world is in a new space race. This time, though, it is not the United States versus the Soviet Union; instead, it is Jeff Bezos versus Richard Branson versus Elon Musk. This billionaire space race, as it is being called, has resulted in the creation of just as many companies. Musk’s SpaceX and Branson’s […]

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