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How America’s Crumbling Roadways Impact Coast-to-Coast Supply Chains

  The American Society of Civil Engineers gave a current report card for America’s roadways. The U.S. didn’t fare well as it showed that the roads are crumbling at a consistent rate. The Read more

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Schools Face Once-in-a-Lifetime Opportunity to Accelerate Learning
April 12, 2021
Celebrating the leaders and experts that are powering education into the future, host JW Marshall sets out to ask the “right questions” in EdTech to understand the changes in policy and technology that will power Read more
Propelling: Mistakes Made by Drone Early Adopters – And How to Avoid Them
April 12, 2021
Drones are here to stay, with UAVs and other solutions making surveying, imaging and a variety of other tasks much simpler. This can bring a wide range of benefits to your organization – provided you can avoid Read more
Nokia Today: Lunar LTE Isn’t Sci-Fi – It’s Happening Now
April 12, 2021
“Lunar LTE” may sound like a phrase ripped from a bad sci-fi movie, but it’s no fiction – Nokia is making lunar connectivity unlike anything we’ve seen before a reality. Project “Tipping Point” is actively Read more
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How America’s Crumbling Roadways Impact Coast-to-Coast Supply Chains
March 29, 2021
  The American Society of Civil Engineers gave a current report card for America’s roadways. The U.S. didn’t fare well as it showed that the roads are crumbling at a consistent rate. The Read more
Why Aren’t U.S. Roads Getting the Repairs They Need?
March 23, 2021
The American Society of Civil Engineers has passed its judgment on the current state of the United States’ roads – and it wasn’t pretty. The report gave the roads a “D” grade, reflecting a Read more
Is the American Steel Industry Ready for Infrastructure Investments?
March 4, 2021
Nucor CEO Leon Topalian says the American steel industry can handle any increased demand rising from passage of an infrastructure bill in Congress. He appears on "Balance of Power." Watch or read Read more