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Stavanger Hospital | August 14, 2020
The new University Hospital in Stavanger, one of the biggest public construction projects in Scandinavia, adopted 3D scanning and AI technology to track work quality and avoid costly mistakes. In Stavanger, the fourth largest city in Norway, located about 300km from Oslo, the construction of the new university hospital is going at full speed. Hundreds of people work on the project, which covers 130,000 sq m. To closely keep track of the massive project, the developer SUS2023 has chosen to use 3D...
Holcim | December 27, 2021
Holcim (Paris:HOLN) has signed an agreement to acquire Malarkey Roofing Products, a leading company in the US residential roofing market with projected 2022 Net Sales of USD 600 million and EBITDA of USD 120 million. Malarkey Roofing Products has a track record of double-digit growth in the highly profitable USD 19 billion US residential roofing market. Malarkey is fully complementary to Firestone Building Products’ leadership in the commercial segment, positioning Holcim as a full roofing...
Fugue | January 23, 2020
Fugue, the company empowering engineers to build and operate secure cloud systems, cites product innovation, growing awareness of cloud misconfiguration risk, and the engineer-led movement to address cloud security with engineering solutions as its primary drivers for growth in 2019. In the past year, the company introduced several innovations to its award-winning cloud security product, gained significant new customers, and contributed two new open source projects for cloud infrastructure polic...
TechTarget | March 24, 2020
It's better to exploit your own security vulnerabilities than to wait for an attacker to do it for you. When you understand how a hacker might disrupt or access your system, you can better prevent the intrusion. Chaos engineering, a type of destructive testing, helps enterprises discover weaknesses in infrastructure or in how they identify and solve problems. The technique is not a simple assessment of systems, but an attempt to breach or break them. Developers and operations teams sometimes...
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