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WHITE PAPER: Dry Kiln Fan Speed Reduction

May 20, 2021

Dry kilns are an integral part of manufacturing of wood products – they can also be one of the largest electrical power consumers in a modern sawmill. Dry kilns operating at suboptimal performance can increase drying cycle time, as well as waste thousands of dollars of electricity.

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Deck 7 Webinars and Virtual Events

whitePaper | January 1, 2020

If you recognize some of these challenges, download the Deck 7 Webinar & Virtual Events overview to see how we make it easy for busy marketers to run highly successful webinars and virtual events....

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The Top 5 Most Over-Engineered Building Components

whitePaper | November 14, 2019

When specifying the mechanical and electrical equipment for a building, it is easy to assume that extra capacity is a good thing, but it actually can be just as counterproductive as having undersized installations. In the first place, extra capacity comes at a higher upfront cost, which makes the building owner assume unnecessary expenses. There are also many types of equipment that experience performance issues when over-engineered, which can range from low energy efficiency to a diminished service life.

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Wake up! Construction 4.0 Is Here and Embraces Safety Innovation

whitePaper | August 30, 2021

Advances in technology are transforming how construction sites operate. Handheld mobile devices, drones, sensors, robotics, wearables and more enable companies to interconnect every facet of their projects while collecting and analyzing relevant data, “the new gold.” Moreover, no matter the scope of the work at hand, technology can be adapted, reducing exposure and boosting efficiency. When driven by a new understanding of credible leadership and commitment, this change can lead the industry into a new era of resilient, reliable and safe construction projects.

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Designing Steel to Concrete Connections

whitePaper | May 1, 2021

Designing steel to concrete connections is a key, safety critical task on many construction projects. Correctly done, these connections can ensure a structure remains serviceable for ma ny decades.

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Leveraging Technology in Today’s Construction Market

whitePaper | February 4, 2020

The outlook for the construction industry in 2020 looks promising, with a recent survey undertaken by the Associated General Contractors of America clearly pointing to widespread positive sentiment across the market. With over 680,000 employers and 7,000,000 employees building over $1.3 trillion in structures each year, the industry continues to play an important role in the US economy.

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AI Requires Tailored DRAM Solutions

whitePaper | April 6, 2020

For over 30 years, DRAM has continuously adapted to the needs of each new wave of hardware spanning PCs, game consoles, mobile phones and cloud servers. AI/ML may be the biggest challenge yet. Artificial intelligence is the study and application of providing hardware and software that attempt to emulate human intelligence. Therefore, as human beings adapt to different tasks, AI must adapt. Indeed, if AI is to scale to the diversity of human tasks, it will not be via a single, monolithic solution. For every task a human can perform, AI must adapt through a unique combination of hardware and software components.

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