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University of Denver Team Takes Top Honors in Arrow Electronics' Diversity Meets Innovation Competition

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Arrow Electronics recently hosted the second annual Diversity Meets Innovation Competition. Student teams, with a diverse set of majors and backgrounds, from local universities applied their knowledge and skills to propose a tangible impact that could affect the next generation of technology entrepreneurs.

Hacking for a Better Commute

How open data can help with mobility challenges
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On March 10, Dell and Forum for the Future, sponsored a hackathon as part of New York City’s Open Data Week.

With AI Watching, Clues to Why Neighborhoods Flourish or Fail

AI imaging is delivering greater insights into neighborhoods than surveys and census data have ever been able to provide.
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If residents of Brooklyn’s Prospect Heights neighborhood have a feeling their streets have gotten safer over the past decade, while residents of the Hillcrest area of Washington, D.C., feel less secure on several of their blocks, artificial intelligence has now delivered proof that their hunches are correct.

For Efficiency’s Sake: It’s About More Than Speed, It’s About Sustainability

Antonio Neri, President & CEO, Hewlett Packard Enterprise
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If the Internet were a country, it would be the 5th largest energy consuming “country” in the world – right behind China, the US, Russia and India.

That startling fact got me thinking recently about that famous line from legendary singer-songwriter Joni Mitchell’s 1970 hit, “Big Yellow Taxi”: “You don’t know what you’ve got…‘til it’s gone.”

Eastman to Host GC3 Innovators Roundtable

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May 2, 2018 /3BL Media/ - Eastman will welcome more than 190 leaders representing a cross section of industries and brands to its headquarters in Kingsport, Tenn. for the 2018 GC3 Annual Innovators Roundtable.

AI as a Force for Good in Supply Chain Management

by Unni Nair, Supply Chain Sustainability Manager, Cisco
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As artificial intelligence (AI) moves from research to reality, new insights and increasingly automated decision making are disrupting entire supply chain networks. AI will affect everything-from raw materials sourcing to factory floor productivity. These emerging technologies will unlock business value while simultaneously revealing opportunities to better utilize the workers within those ecosystems.

Black & Veatch Retains Engineering News-Record Top Ranking in Telecommunications

2018 Top Design Firm list highlights global leadership in power, water and telecom infrastructure services
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OVERLAND PARK, Kansas, April 25, 2018 /3BL Media/ – Fueled by growth across its networked infrastructure, smart city applications, and grid modernization services, Black & Veatch has retained the top global telecommunications ranking among U.S.-based engineering companies – the eighth time in the past nine years the company has held that distinction in the Engineering News-Record’s “Top 500 Design Firms” report.

Q&A With Munich Airport: Sustainability Reporting Helps to Remove Silos

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Munich Airport has an ambitious target to become the first carbon neutral airport in Germany. We spoke to Bernd Schönhofer, Strategic Sustainability Manager at Munich Airport, who told us about the company’s progressive emissions reduction program as well as other initiatives like empowering women in the workplace.

Biofuel-powered, Laser-loaded Boeing Plane of the Future Visits FedEx Hub

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Powered by 100 percent biofuel, FedEx's Boeing 777 ecoDemonstrator celebrated Earth Day with a stop at the shipping giant's Memphis hub. The 777 will spend the next few months as a flying technology testbed for development of innovations to help improve environmental performance.

Holistic Distribution Modernization Programs Require More Than Only Information Technology Upgrades

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Electric utilities are realizing that distribution modernization programs, also referred to as grid modernization, can no longer be put off. Overhauling the electric distribution system will require upgrades to OT, as well as to the networks that allow IT and OT components to communicate to improve reliability. The benefits are clear: Grid operators need advanced sensors, communications and automation so they can see what’s happening in real time, which will lessen disruption while enhancing efficiency, reliability, security and safety.

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