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A Bad Date: Are You Hiring Me, or My Rolodex?

Warren Zenna, Founder & Principal, Zenna Consulting Group

A Bad Date: Are You Hiring Me, or My Rolodex?

I firmly believe that hiring a salesperson simply on the merits of their Rolodex can be a sign of a very shortsighted organization

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Connected Field of Dreams

Jason Cradit, VP of Information Systems, Willbros Group, Inc.

Connected Field of Dreams

Utility construction, like so much other infrastructure work isn’t done in a cubical or boardroom or even in a corner office. It’s done in fields.

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Powering Innovation: Li-Ion Batteries Challenges and Opportunities for Autonomous Vehicles Applications

Said Al-Hallaj, Chairman/CEO and Co-Founder, All Cell Technologies LLC

Powering Innovation: Li-Ion Batteries Challenges and Opportunities for Autonomous Vehicles Applications

Electric vehicles and autonomous vehicles are well connected due to the economic return they bring together.

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E-Commerce's Future requires New Thinking & New Practices to Success

Jayson Serrault, Chief Marketing and Technology Officer, Batteries Plus Bulbs

E-Commerce's Future requires New Thinking & New Practices to Success

It’s an interesting and exciting time to be in retail.The online shopping experience, in particular, is in a stage of transformation caused in most part by the rise of technology.

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The Evolution of Energy Analytics

Robert Skiebe, Project Director, Siemens

Dr. Alec Gruss, Head of Digital Solutions for the Dresser-Rand business, part of Siemens Power and Gas

The Evolution of Energy Analytics

The oil and gas industry has been collecting data and automating its systems for decades now; however, much of this data is gathered from different types of equipment on an “as-needed basis.”

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Deliver Experiences (not technology)

Prateek Sinha, Associate Partner – Retail, CPG and Logistics, Infosys

Deliver Experiences (not technology)

You would assume that a representative of one of the world’s leading technology firms specializing in Consumer Packaged Goods would tout the benefits of his company’s technology.

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Big Data That Flies: Data Acquisition With Aerial Drones

Robert E. Sinclair, Corporate CAD Technology Manager, Civil & Environmental Consultants

Big Data That Flies: Data Acquisition With Aerial Drones

Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs), or drones, have moved from “cool toy” to “essential workhorse” in the minds of many businesspeople – particularly those in the construction, oil and gas, mining, and aggregate industries....

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Artificial Intelligence and Robotics: Challenges, Implications, and Opportunities for Autonomous Systems in Aerospace and Defense

Ravi Ravichandran, Ph.D., Director, BAE Systems Technology Solutions [LSE:BA]

Artificial Intelligence and Robotics: Challenges, Implications, and Opportunities for Autonomous Systems in Aerospace and Defense

Commercial applications of artificial intelligence and robotics have been developed with decades of investment.

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How the Cloud is Enabling Video Surveillance Advancements

Chris Shipp, CISO, Fluor Federal Petroleum Operations

How the Cloud is Enabling Video Surveillance Advancements

Recent advances in video technologies and the growing emergence of data analytics have spawned some exciting and innovative advances in video surveillance capabilities and use cases.

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Integrating Drones into the Most Complex Airspace in the World

Sean S Torpey, Director Of Infrastructure and Operations, FAA

Integrating Drones into the Most Complex Airspace in the World

Every day, more than 2 million passengers and 50,000 tons of cargo fly on 27,000 commercial flights within 5 million square miles of U.S. airspace. At any given time, roughly 7,000 pilots are airborne in aircraft of different shapes and...

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