Month: October 2018

Duke Energy Plans 530 New EV Chargers In Florida

October 8th, 2018 by Steve Hanley  Duke Energy is planning to install 530 new electric car charging stations in Florida, the company announced recently. It is asking interested communities and other parties in interest to submit applications. 10% of the chargers will be reserved for low income communities that are currently on the margins of …

Duke Energy Plans 530 New EV Chargers In Florida Read More »

YouTuber Takes His Tesla Model 3 Out For Some Uber Action In Kentucky

October 8th, 2018 by Kyle Field  An adventurous YouTuber took his Tesla Model 3 out as an Uber driver, and the reactions he gathered are just priceless. The beauty of the reactions from his passengers is that he’s driving them around in Kentucky, where not only are Tesla vehicles not as common, but electric vehicles …

YouTuber Takes His Tesla Model 3 Out For Some Uber Action In Kentucky Read More »

IoT analytics guide: What to expect from Internet of Things data

The growth of the Internet of Things (IoT) is having a big impact on lots of areas within enterprise IT, and data analytics is one of them. Companies are gathering huge volumes of information from all kinds of connected of objects, such as data about how consumers are using certain products, the performance of corporate …

IoT analytics guide: What to expect from Internet of Things data Read More »

National Health IT Week: HIMSS VP of Government Relations looks back on how it evolved

As vice president of government relations at HIMSS, I actively participate in crucial conversations regarding U.S. health IT policy and regulations on a regular basis. Despite the ever-changing nature of health IT, one constant remains and drives my work each day: the gratification of watching an idea evolve into action. Strong ideas drive productive discussions, …

National Health IT Week: HIMSS VP of Government Relations looks back on how it evolved Read More »

EVs Vs. Renewables — A Tale Of Two Revolutions

Clean Power Published on October 8th, 2018 | by Steve Hanley October 8th, 2018 by Steve Hanley  A decade ago, renewable energy and electric cars were for treehuggers. No utility company worthy of the name was considering significant investments in wind or solar power. Grid-scale battery storage didn’t even exist. And few major car companies …

EVs Vs. Renewables — A Tale Of Two Revolutions Read More »

East Suffolk and North Essex saves hours thanks to automation technology

East Suffolk and North Essex NHS Foundation Trust has revealed it has saved more than 500 hours of medical secretaries’ time after introducing automation technology. Thoughtonomy has been running at the trust since July and is believed to the first of its kind within the NHS. The technology was deployed in five specialist clinical units: …

East Suffolk and North Essex saves hours thanks to automation technology Read More »

IBM launches blockchain-based, global food tracking network

IBM today announced the commercial availability of a blockchain-based electronic distributed ledger that can track and trace food supply chain data from farm to store self. In development over the past 18 months, IBM’s Food Trust ledger will allow food retailers, suppliers and growers to see supply chain data in near real time, enabling a …

IBM launches blockchain-based, global food tracking network Read More »

Yes, She Can! A Tale Of Two Women Transforming Their Local Energy Landscapes

Clean Power Published on October 8th, 2018 | by The Beam October 8th, 2018 by The Beam  By Merit Hindriks of Hivos’ Green and Inclusive Energy, Sergina Loncle of Kopernik, and Melissa Ruggles of Hivos’ ENERGIA This article was published in The Beam #6 —  Subscribe now for more on the topic. We’re in the …

Yes, She Can! A Tale Of Two Women Transforming Their Local Energy Landscapes Read More »

Why I don’t believe Bloomberg’s Chinese spy chip report

I’m very dubious of the recent Bloomberg report stating that several American companies were compromised by spy chips inserted secretly by the Chinese on U.S.-used computer motherboards. The Bloomberg article should be used as a starting point for a very real, serious, and long overdue discussion of supply chain risks, but I’d rather start with …

Why I don’t believe Bloomberg’s Chinese spy chip report Read More »