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VTOL’s Role in the Future of Public Safety

  Romeo Durscher is the Vice President of Public Safety at Auterion, and he shared his insights regarding VTOL – vertical takeoff and landing. “In 2016, I got exposed to VTOL, vertical takeoff and landing platforms, for the first time. I was really intrigued by this concept. I already, in the back of my mind, had visions of how this Read more

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VTOL’s Role in the Future of Public Safety
  Romeo Durscher is the Vice President of Public Safety at Auterion, and he shared his insights regarding VTOL – vertical takeoff and landing. “In 2016, I got exposed Read more
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Is a U.S.and China Space Race is Good for the Global Economy?
"That’s Debatable" is an interactive series on today’s most pressing issues. This week’s resolution: Is a U.S.-China space race good for humanity? Arguing for the motion are Physicist Avi Loeb Read more
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The Space Race Is Back and Heading to the Public Market
The return of the space race has more companies and investors looking for ways to get into the industry. Astra is the first rocket company since 1990 to announce it will go public, and the Read more
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The Space Race Is Back and Heading to the Public Market
The return of the space race has more companies and investors looking for ways to get into the industry. Astra is the first rocket company since 1990 to announce it will go public, and the Read more
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The Benefits of Biosolids from Wastewater Treatment
Biosolids are nutrient-rich, organic materials that result from wastewater treatment – and they can play an enormous role in soil amendment and quality when recycled for those Read more
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Hyundai Motors Acquires Boston Dynamics: How Can Robotics Scale Car Manufacturing?
  Automotive industry giant Hyundai Motors made waves recently, acquiring noted robotics lab Boston Dynamics for more than $1 billion. That’s a hefty investment – but what Read more

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How Did Rural Hospitals Expand, Even During a Pandemic?
April 16, 2021
The challenges healthcare executives and administrators face are constantly changing. Host Kevin Stevenson talks with the heroes behind the heroes that are enabling hospitals, urgent care centers and telemedicine Read more
Sanitation Practices That We Will Stick With After COVID
April 16, 2021
The initial response to COVID saw a massive increase in the use of disinfectants across a wide spectrum of operations, everything from retail, transportation, hospitality, and healthcare to gymnasiums Read more
Seeing, Moving, Tracking: An Introduction to RTLS Solutions and the Visibility They Provide
April 15, 2021
  Seeing, Moving, Tracking is a new podcast by Redpoint Positioning that will bring insights across the warehousing, industrial management and operations world. The show will feature trends, technologies, Read more
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VTOL’s Role in the Future of Public Safety
April 9, 2021
  Romeo Durscher is the Vice President of Public Safety at Auterion, and he shared his insights regarding VTOL – vertical takeoff and landing. “In 2016, I got exposed to VTOL, vertical takeoff and landing platforms, for the first time. I was really intrigued by this concept. I already, in the back of my mind, had visions of how this Read more
Is a U.S.and China Space Race is Good for the Global Economy?
March 9, 2021
"That’s Debatable" is an interactive series on today’s most pressing issues. This week’s resolution: Is a U.S.-China space race good for humanity? Arguing for the motion are Physicist Avi Loeb and former NASA Scientist Bidushi Bhattacharya. Against the motion are Theoretical Physicist Michio Kaku and Observer Research Foundation Distinguished Fellow and Nuclear Read more
The Space Race Is Back and Heading to the Public Market
February 25, 2021
The return of the space race has more companies and investors looking for ways to get into the industry. Astra is the first rocket company since 1990 to announce it will go public, and the latest space SPAC since Virgin Galactic in 2019. The California garage startup, which now occupies a quarter-of-a-million square foot facility in Alameda, is valued at $2 Read more
The Space Race Is Back and Heading to the Public Market
February 25, 2021
The return of the space race has more companies and investors looking for ways to get into the industry. Astra is the first rocket company since 1990 to announce it will go public, and the latest space SPAC since Virgin Galactic in 2019. The California garage startup, which now occupies a quarter-of-a-million square foot facility in Alameda, is valued at $2 Read more
The Benefits of Biosolids from Wastewater Treatment
January 26, 2021
Biosolids are nutrient-rich, organic materials that result from wastewater treatment – and they can play an enormous role in soil amendment and quality when recycled for those purposes. Essentially, the sludge left behind by wastewater treatment is treated to become safe to handle, resulting in biosolids. Previously, sludge wound up in landfills, where it Read more
Hyundai Motors Acquires Boston Dynamics: How Can Robotics Scale Car Manufacturing?
January 15, 2021
  Automotive industry giant Hyundai Motors made waves recently, acquiring noted robotics lab Boston Dynamics for more than $1 billion. That’s a hefty investment – but what does it really represent? To find out, Voice of B2B Daniel Litwin sat down with Konstantin Maslennikov, CEO and Founder of HereYouGo, which is working to empower anyone Read more
Testing What Works for the Office of the Future
August 10, 2020
  Chad Severson, CEO of Ergotron, a movement company focused on ergonomic innovation, knows first hand the challenges businesses are facing regarding reopening strategies for brick and mortar businesses and corporate spaces. Severson and his team are turning to innovation. One unique solution they’re using to figure out how best to adapt Read more
Solving Thermal Limitations for Emergency and First-Response UAVs
August 5, 2020
Daniel Litwin of The Voice of B2B hosted Randall Warnas, Global sUAS Segment Leader with FLIR, to discuss drone thermal payload technology.  The pair looked at the use of thermal imaging technology today, its limitations, and the future of the technology across a variety of applications.   Warnas explained that thermal imaging technology has Read more
What the Acceleration of Smart Cities Looks Like Today
August 4, 2020
The disruption of COVID is felt across the entire world. Cities feel this impact in many ways—how residents commute, work, dine, shop, and more. While the pandemic has ground to a halt some infrastructure projects in metro areas, the adoption of smart city technology is still of high interest. Telecom industry veteran Keith Pennachio, Chief Read more