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Info Management

Donald Van Raalte, 38, Division Manager, Interstates, Sioux Center, Iowa, BS Computer Science, Information Systems & System Administration, Dordt University
Events and Awards September 17, 2020

2020 Engineering Leader Under 40: Donald Van Raalte, 38

Division Manager, Interstates, Sioux Center, Iowa, BS Computer Science, Information Systems & System Administration, Dordt University

By Amanda Pelliccione
Courtesy: MultiTech Systems Inc., New Products for Engineers Database
Wireless August 11, 2020

5G wireless for industrial use: Six answers

Industrial communications is adding 5G to wireless protocols used. Get answers about 5G progress, 5G benefits, 5G adoption challenges and 5G standard.

By Daniel Quant
Courtesy: ICONICS and RealWear Inc.
Mobility September 24, 2020

Advances in mobile devices

In automation, many software and hardware technologies have been developed that allow companies the means to remotely monitor and control business processes from anywhere, via any device, at any time

By Melissa Topp
Courtesy of: Siemens
Asset Management July 15, 2020

Companies join forces to accelerate industrial transformation

Siemens and SAP announced a partnership designed to bring together their complementary software solutions for product lifecycle, supply chain and asset management applications.

By Siemens Industry, Inc.
Courtesy: CFE Media and Technology
AI and Machine Learning September 22, 2020

Data processing module makes deep neural networks smarter

Combining feature normalization and feature attention modules into a single module called attentive normalization (AN) improved deep neural networks' performance.

By Matt Shipman
Courtesy: Chris Vavra, CFE Media
AI and Machine Learning September 16, 2020

Computational model developed for COVID-19 testing allocation

A computational model that can be used to identify the best allocation plans for distributing COVID-19 test kits to hospitals, clinics, and relevant state agencies has been developed by North Carolina State researchers.

By Matt Shipman