Three thought provoking trends in a recent interview on “The Internet of Things: A new evolution for business” with Yodit Stanton, CEO of OpenSensors, by Joyce Shen, Global Director of Emerging Technologies for Thompson Reuters.
Recently we helped a client, Walt Maclay of Voler Systems, get a speaking assignment at a popular conference. We drafted and submitted the talk proposal, developed the major outline and main points for the talk content, researched and created charts and diagrams, and preformed dry runs to help him prepare.
The BeamWise team contributed an article to the May 2017 issue of Laser Focus World that highlighted the coherent workflow for optical system design provided by BeamWise.
It’s time to update your goals based on results to date. 2017 is now well underway and some goals you set for Q1 may need to be revisited and perhaps dropped or rescheduled for this quarter. Here is what happened in Q1 and what we have planned for Q2.
We are mixing it up in 2017 with our email newsletter: we are going back to a monthly publication schedule but will dedicate one issue a quarter to a roundup of events and activities we have planned for the coming months and some key milestones our clients have achieved.
Theresa Shafer came up with a clever reconceptualization of a common logo for Wifi as a Christmas tree for the OpenSensors holiday greeting: “Have a Holly Jolly IoT-Enabled Holiday.”
Kinetic River Corp. has been awarded contract from the National Cancer Institute for a modular flow cytometer that will be used to test novel laser sources for applicability to flow cytometry. It will also serve as a test bed for new detectors, electronics and other technologies critical to the future of flow cytometry.
I am delighted that Taimur Alavi and the team at IVALA are joining forces with VIN the Veterinary Information Network. They have bootstrapped a significant amount of progress and I think VIN will provide the resources to accelerate not only the development of innovative applications and their reputation for excellence will encourage the spread of IVALA’s technology into veterinary practice.
More details from today’s announcement:
OpenSensors today announced a new educational offering called “IoT University” that is designed to offer practical insights as the Internet of Things (IoT) is reaching maturity an wider deployment. Here are some details from their announcement
One of our long time clients, Legal OnRamp, has been acquired by Elevate Services. A visionary company has been acquired by a market leader. I had met the CEO, Paul Lippe, when he was General Counsel at Synopsys and ran into him at a Churchill Club dinner in late 2005 as he was starting what became Legal OnRamp.
Here are two explainer videos Verdafero has produced: the first is intended for REIT executives, the second for general managers of hotels. They condense key symptoms for a customer need or problem and the impact of Verdafero on the bottom line.
Verdafero adds predictive analytics to enable commercial property owners to forecast utilities costs for individual buildings or a portfolio.
IVALA‘s canine echocardiography simulator let’s you view a CT canine heart in any plane using your keyboard or the sensors from within your mobile phone. This is part of IVALA’s 3D Veterinary Learning Lab and their mission to “harness the power of the latest in 3D visualization technology to build confidence in clinical understanding and practice.”
Here is a recent email I got from Walt Maclay, an SKMurphy, Inc. client since 2008. It includes an email from one of Voler’s partners congratulating him on the February newsletter. As our partner Peter Cohan often says, “Warning: shameless self-promotion.”
We are as excited by eMOBUS’ recent acquisition by Asentinel, a leading provider of lifecycle Technology and Telecom Expense Management (TEM) solutions. It is wonderful to see all their hard work payoff. Congratulations team!
TaroWorks announced version 4.2 with this overview video and has scheduled a webinar on Wed-Nov-18-2015 at 10am ET to provide more details and answer questions. Key improvements are the ability to specify context-specific menu options and richer validation of free form input, including bar code scan values.