Articles by tag: Tyler Kern Podcast

How to Pull Off a Company Rebrand in the IT Industry with Amber Lawhun of Pinnacle Business Systems

Few industries change as rapidly as the tech industry. With ever-evolving telecommunications and tech innovations pushing change, tech companies must be prepped to turn on a dime and meet the demands of their customers wanting the stay on the leading edge. So how does an IT company brand itself to be relevant now, and […]

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What’s the Point of Metadata?

Metadata is the data behind the data. It doesn’t always get its due, but it’s equally important – if not more. Metadata is at the top of the list for Chris Lennon, Director of Standard Strategy at Ross Video. It’s so important, he wrote a book on it. “Metadata is not the sexiest topic,” […]

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Engineering & Construction
Contemporary Looks at Classic Designs Can Spur New Life in Engineering

On this episode of Engineering Experience by Paragon Innovations, host Tyler Kern talked with Brewster Waddell, CEO of TH Waddell Designs, Bob Landers, VP of Engineering at TH Waddell Designs, and Mike Wilkinson, Founder and CEO of Paragon Innovations. The group talked about an invention by Waddell’s father, Theodore. The table lamps designed by Theodore […]

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Architecture & Design
How Modern Control Systems Help Maximize Gym Equipment and Space

Modern gymnasiums are well-rounded facilities. In one day, they might host different sports teams and a farmer’s market. The technology controlling these environments is evolving and helps these gyms transition between events. On this episode of Engineering Value, A Draper® Podcast, host Tyler Kern talked with Neal Turner, the Director of Gymnasium Sales at […]

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Software & Technology
The Value of GIS in the Telecom Enterprise

There has been significant growth in the global GIS market over the past several decades. The GIS market in the telecommunication industry is one of the fastest-growing GIS markets worldwide. So fast, in fact, it has a forecasted compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 12% from 2021 to 2025. A large part of this growth […]

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Looking the Part: How One Ex-Player Dresses the NFL’s Future Stars for the Draft

The fans remember the highlights but the franchises remember the technology, data, and inventions that powered their season. Host Tyler Kern sits down with the innovators, leaders and founders that are taking sports into the future.   Adonis Jennings used to pound the gridiron in the XFL. Now the former football player is a clothier for Harper […]

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Sport Radio Personality Colin Cowherd Launches Podcast Network

Often-divisive but undeniably popular sports personalist Colin Cowherd is distancing from the major networks that have helped build his career, announcing that he’s starting his on podcast company under the name The Volume to dip his toes into the on-demand sports content landscape. Cowherd will lead the network with a signature podcast and anchor a […]

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Hey, it’s 9 am… Wake up Healthy with 9amHealth!
April 12, 2024

Healthcare Rethink host Brian Urban explores ways to wake up healthy and stay healthy with his guest, Dr. Avantika Waring, MD, the Chief Medical Officer, at 9amHealth. This episode delves into the transformative approach to healthcare delivery championed by 9amHealth. Dr. Waring’s journey from a humanities student with a love for French to a […]

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Strengthen Public Safety and Security: Modernize Radio Communication for Better Field Response
April 11, 2024

The importance of radio communication within public safety and security operations remains unbeaten in an era dominated by digital transformation. This medium, essential for over a century, continues to be the lifeline for responders on the front lines. From ensuring the safety of field agents to facilitating real-time critical information flow and enhancing situational […]

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IDC Smart Cities Awards: Edge Computing is Helping Virginia Beach Tackle its Flooding Crisis
April 11, 2024

In remote and disaster-prone areas, the rapid deployment of Internet of Things (IoT) technologies coupled with artificial intelligence (AI) has opened new vistas for emergency management and community safety in smart cities. These leading IoT deployments, highlighted at the recent announcement of the IDC Smart Cities Awards winners, solidified the role that edge computing […]

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Next Gen 911 Doesn’t Have a Final Destination, But Lack of Funding is Slowing the Adoption Journey
April 11, 2024

The transformation of emergency response systems through Next Gen 911 represents a critical evolution in public safety technology, enhancing emergency response capabilities with features like GPS tracking, live video, and real-time translation. As we move away from the outdated copper wire systems first implemented in the 1960s, the disparity between our personal devices and […]

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Uber Dives into the World of Alcohol Delivery
February 9, 2021

Uber, which has already expanded its footprint from ride-hailing to food delivery with its massively popular Uber Eats, is adding more to that expanding food delivery network. Tech Crunch has reported that Uber announced it has plans to acquire Drizly, an alcohol delivery service, for $1.1 billion, highlighting the growing value of the alcohol […]

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Huawei Smartphone Sales Tank Under US Sanctions
February 4, 2021

After sanctions imposed by the United States last year, Chinese smartphone manufacturer Huawei is struggling mightily. The company fell out of the world’s top five organizations in terms of smartphones shipped – the first time it’s ranked outside that group in six years, according to Canalys. In the second quarter of 2020, the company was […]

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Elevating the Last Mile of the Supply Chain to Support COVID Vaccinations
February 3, 2021

The rollout of multiple COVID-19 vaccinations, particularly those that require elevated cold storage ability to remain viable on their way to the person who eventually receives them, has put tremendous strain on the American supply chain. In particular, last-mile delivery is fraught with obstacles. Fortunately, there are tools and solutions ready to answer the […]

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The NFL Season by the Numbers
February 3, 2021

Data drives decisions of the worlds largest companies but in a world with constant data, how do you make sense of it? Host TC Riley, puts the world under the lens of data and analytics and explores current news, B2B trends, and popular topics.   While stats have always been part of the NFL—teams, analysts, and […]

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Why Chick-Fil-A Operations Saved a COVID Vaccine Drive-Thru
February 2, 2021

Fast-food giant Chick-Fil-A is known for its service – and that commitment to moving customers through its restaurants paid off outside the realm of chicken sandwiches recently. A South Carolina Chick-Fil-A came through in a big way for the local community of Mount Pleasant, highlighting some of the ways Chick-Fila-A has commanded the drive-thru […]

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Caesar’s Entertainment Expands its Footprint to Sports Betting
February 2, 2021

Caesar’s Entertainment recently announced a significant “strategic investment” in SuperDraft Inc., a fantasy sports platform. Though neither party has revealed how much Caesar’s paid for its investment, but it has currently bought a minority stake in SuperDraft. While the initial investment may not blow anyone away, it opens the door for some serious disruption […]

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Women in Skilled Trades are Driving a Tradesperson Renaissance
January 28, 2021

Greg Crumpton lives by a simple mantra: Relationships drive business. Each week on Straight Outta Crumpton, Crumpton dives into the lost art of networking and speaks with the biggest influencers in business services to learn how they build, nurture and value their professional relationships.   Skilled trades certainly don’t get the respect or attention they deserve. In […]

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Tesla’s Newest Chinese-Made Model Y Begins Deliveries
January 25, 2021

China recently added another Chinese-made-and-sold Tesla to its stable, rolling out the Model Y electric SUV. The vehicle has now begun deliveries in the country, with Tesla’s Shanghai Gigafactory, which Tesla founder Elon Musk calls a “template for future growth,” producing the cars. The company’s Shanghai factory is already proving to exceed capacity expectations; […]

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Apple Facing a Lawsuit to Remove Telegram Over Hate Speech
January 25, 2021

Social media has been in the political and ethical spotlight over the past few weeks, with former President Trump’s Twitter account being suspended, social media apps like Parler being pulled from the App Store after being used to organize violence at the Capitol, and more. Now, Apple is under fire from the non-profit Coalition […]

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