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Reader Profile: Robert Berninger

Reader Profile: Robert Berninger

Ask Robert Berninger, director of plant operations, energy, and engineering for Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center (MSK) in New York City, what factor underscores a successful operation, and he will tell you: staff engagement. Nine of his staff have trained for their Certifi ed Energy Manager (CEM), 60 have completed

SITECH Technology Dealer Established in Japan to Serve Heavy Civil Construction Contractors

SITECH Technology Dealer Established in Japan to Serve Heavy Civil Construction Contractors

SUNNYVALE, Calif.,—Trimble (NASDAQ: TRMB) announced today that a SITECH® Technology Dealer has been established in Japan. SITECH Japan joins the premier network of SITECH dealerships—the first fully dedicated global distribution network offering the most comprehensive portfolio of construction technology systems available to the civil contractor.

SITECH Technology Dealers represent Trimble® machine

Corrupt Connections

Corrupt Connections

The “Krack attack,” or Key Reinstallation Attack, is a vulnerability recently discovered by Belgian researcher Mathy Vanhoef of the University of Leuven. It is a gap in the core of a protocol called Wi-Fi Protected Access II (WPA2) that leaves functions and sensitive user information completely exposed. And it’s a flaw

Innovations in Smart Window Coverings

Innovations in Smart Window Coverings

Prior to the fourth century A.D., windows were typically holes in walls, usually covered with animal hides, cloth, wood, or shutters. In some places, translucent animal horns, thin slices of marble, or even paper were set in frameworks of wood, iron, or lead.

Servato Introduces New Critical Infrastructure Battery Management System

Servato Introduces New Critical Infrastructure Battery Management System

Technology upgrades reduce implementation costs and provide the most complete carrier solution for managing backup power 

Servato Corp., the leading provider of remote battery management, today announced the launch of its newest remote battery management system, the Smart Power System-248™ (SPS-248™). While building on Servato’s foundational and game-changing technology for automated battery

Soil Water Sensors

Soil Water Sensors

SOIL MOISTURE MONITORING CAN be useful as an irrigation management tool for both landscapes and agriculture, sometimes replacing an evapotranspiration-based (ET) approach or as a useful check on ET-based approaches since the latter tend to drift off target over time. All moisture sensors, also known as soil water sensors, measure

For the Control Freak

For the Control Freak

The beauty of intelligent machine control is it makes inexperienced operators good, and good operators better,” points out Sebastian Witkowski, product marketing manager for intelligent machine control for Komatsu.

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