This blog was written and contributed by: Andrea Schlossarek, Director, Corporate Master Data Management METRO AG
Presently, it is near impossible to accurately estimate the number of products traded across global markets, and even more so to understand how many of them have unique identifiers and find each product’s history and associated details. Data inconsistencies lead to costly workarounds and manual alternations. For businesses, this can be harmful to operations and complicate supply chains. And for consumers, this lack of clarity can lead to a reduced or total lack of trust.
It only took a few years for the smart phone to become an accessory that most of us cannot live without. Likewise, we expect that once customers get to know their smart meters, they too will rely on them to help save energy and save money.
Smart meters send near real-time electric-use information from our customers’ homes and businesses to PSE&G via a secure communications network.
At Enbridge, the safety mindset is so core to who we are that we sometimes have difficulty appreciating how far safety tools and practices have come. Still, we strive for ever greater safety with the firm belief that all incidents are preventable.
Continuous innovation in safety is not simply about avoiding or mitigating the most frequent incidents, though. It’s about building a system where hazards are removed (technology replacing at-risk personnel) and where safety-focused behaviors, tools and practices are so easily performed that the safe practice becomes the most natural practice.
From smartphones to smart cities, Qualcomm® is known for developing innovations that are the backbone of the wireless world we live in. Our innovations have transformed industries and expanded the potential for extended reality, AI, and mobile. Behind every extraordinary invention are decades of extensive research that provided the spark. It’s that commitment to dedicate the necessary resources to R&D that make Qualcomm the driving force that’s taking the whole wireless industry—and the world as we know it—to amazing new places.
Transitioning from gas-powered to electrified building systems
Brian Goldcrump has more than 10 years of experience in building design and energy modeling and leads the Tetra Tech High Performance Building Group’s building energy modeling teams in Portland, Oregon, and Seattle, Washington. Brian works with clients in the early design phases to understand and advise on energy system options and the best paths for each project. He is particularly interested in post-occupancy building performance, helping owners understand that performance, and ensuring the building is performing as expected.
Homebuyers will receive a Delos powered by Healthway multi-room advanced air purification system for their new home upon move-in
NEW YORK, February 4, 2021 /3BL Media/-- Delos, a wellness real estate and technology company, announced today its collaboration with House X, a consumer-focused Smart Home Marketplace, to provide advanced air purification at no additional cost to homebuyers. The collaboration is part of House X’s American Dream 2021 project designed to expand home ownership, which will launch in 21 pilot cities across the U.S.
There was a time, not long ago, where many of us operated and made decisions based largely on our knowledge and experience rather than data. That seems almost inconceivable these days when most of us are awake to the benefits of data-driven services.