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POWER ENGINEERING CATCHUP: HERE’S WHAT WOULD HAVE BEEN PRESENTED AT APEC

All About Circuits | March 26, 2020

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Many industry conferences are no longer moving forward because of the COVID-19 pandemic. While necessary, these cancelations affect companies that depend on such gatherings to network with new and existing clients, while also showing off their latest developments. In some cases, cancelations happen abruptly. For example, New Orleans' Applied Power Electronics Conference got canceled less than a week before the event-scheduled from March 15 to 19, 2020. Organizers announced this cancelation a...

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WASHINGTON STATE BANS CONSTRUCTION, BOSTON EXTENDS MORATORIUM

Construction Dive | March 26, 2020

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Washington Gov. Jay Inslee released a construction-specific clarification to his statewide stay-at-home order yesterday, reversing his original mandate from Monday that appeared to exempt construction. The clarification states that nearly all construction is a nonessential activity and should halt in the state, which has been hit hard by COVID-19. While disappointing to Washington contractors who want construction to continue, Inslee’s memo did provide clear guidance on which types of proj...

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RESEARCHERS DEMONSTRATE NEW CAPABILITY FOR COOLING ELECTRONICS

Tech Xplore | February 18, 2020

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For decades, researchers have considered the potential for cooling hot electronic devices by blowing on them with high-speed air jets. However, air jet cooling systems are not widely used today. Two of the biggest obstacles that prevent the use of these systems is their complexity and weight. Air jet systems must be made of metal to be able to handle the pressure associated with air jets whose speed can exceed 200 miles per hour. And the air handling system can be complex with many discrete comp...

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QUICKBASE ANNOUNCES PRODUCT AND SERVICES OFFERINGS FOR THE CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY

Quickbase | March 03, 2022

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Quickbase, the provider of software that helps organizations see, connect and control every element of complex projects announced new product and services offerings for the construction industry, including a bi-directional integration with Procore, Gantt chart capabilities and foundational applications targeting scheduling, materials management and more. This comes off the heels of the acquisition of MCF Technology Solutions earlier this year to bolster construction service offerings to support ...

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POWER ENGINEERING CATCHUP: HERE’S WHAT WOULD HAVE BEEN PRESENTED AT APEC

All About Circuits | March 26, 2020

Many industry conferences are no longer moving forward because of the COVID-19 pandemic. While necessary, these cancelations affect companies that depend on such gatherings to network with new and existing clients, while also showing off their latest developments. In some cases, cancelations happen abruptly. For example, New Orleans' Applied Power Electronics Conference got canceled less than a week before the event-scheduled from March 15 to 19, 2020. Organizers announced this cancelation a...

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WASHINGTON STATE BANS CONSTRUCTION, BOSTON EXTENDS MORATORIUM

Construction Dive | March 26, 2020

Washington Gov. Jay Inslee released a construction-specific clarification to his statewide stay-at-home order yesterday, reversing his original mandate from Monday that appeared to exempt construction. The clarification states that nearly all construction is a nonessential activity and should halt in the state, which has been hit hard by COVID-19. While disappointing to Washington contractors who want construction to continue, Inslee’s memo did provide clear guidance on which types of proj...

Read More
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RESEARCHERS DEMONSTRATE NEW CAPABILITY FOR COOLING ELECTRONICS

Tech Xplore | February 18, 2020

For decades, researchers have considered the potential for cooling hot electronic devices by blowing on them with high-speed air jets. However, air jet cooling systems are not widely used today. Two of the biggest obstacles that prevent the use of these systems is their complexity and weight. Air jet systems must be made of metal to be able to handle the pressure associated with air jets whose speed can exceed 200 miles per hour. And the air handling system can be complex with many discrete comp...

Read More
news image

CONSTRUCTION

QUICKBASE ANNOUNCES PRODUCT AND SERVICES OFFERINGS FOR THE CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY

Quickbase | March 03, 2022

Quickbase, the provider of software that helps organizations see, connect and control every element of complex projects announced new product and services offerings for the construction industry, including a bi-directional integration with Procore, Gantt chart capabilities and foundational applications targeting scheduling, materials management and more. This comes off the heels of the acquisition of MCF Technology Solutions earlier this year to bolster construction service offerings to support ...

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