Get powerful emerging technology insights from influential experts. Connect with thought leaders and colleagues to get the most up-to-date knowledge on technologies like 3D printing, pervasive robotics, natural interfaces, connected everything and cognitive systems.
Presented by members of the VR/AR Association, a global industry group that has over 3900+ companies and universities registered and working together on best practices, guidelines, and standards. VR & AR is now used to train staff at companies like Walmart. Attend to learn more!
In recent years, there have been many innovative products and evolving new technologies for consumer electronics. These disruptions are boosting the semiconductor and electronics manufacturing industries to the next level, especially with the advent of Internet of Things (IoT). A smart electronic system is identified as a broad class of miniature and intelligent devices that are ubiquitously connected and energy efficient. They incorporate functionalities like sensing, actuation, and control. The convergence scenario of smart electronics systems and IoT will enable emerging technologies, such as smart home, smart city, Industry 4.0/smart factories, smart mobility, smart packaging, and smart health and wellness.
As technology becomes inherent in every part of business today, OEMs need to be thinking about digital transformation and which advances and breakthroughs in technology will allow them to best achieve the unique missions of their customers.
Hyper-converged infrastructure (HCI) solutions accelerate IT transformation by delivering all the building blocks of IT in a single appliance. But how do you simplify the deployment of your solutions on and off-premise while maintaining a high degree of performance, availability and security? What does digital transformation mean for your business?
Join Dell EMC OEM experts for this live webinar to learn how your organization can simplify how you deliver your solution, scale quickly and maximize workload performance to innovate, stay competitive, and drive stronger business outcomes for your customers.
In this webinar you’ll learn:
• What digital transformation means for your business, and why your organization needs to be actively exploring which advances and breakthroughs in technology will give you a competitive advantage today.
• The benefits of migrating your solutions to a modern HCI architecture.
• Why working with Dell EMC OEM will give you the ability to innovate fast, optimize the performance of your IP and meet all your varied hyper-converged needs.
The idea of "wherever, whenever" banking has forever changed how consumers expect to bank and borrow, and today's emerging technologies like conversational agents are only adding fuel to that fire.
As the ante continues to be raised by those inside and outside of the sector (read Amazon, Uber, and Apple just to name a few), financial institutions are working harder than ever to quickly deliver compelling, simplified, and differentiated digital experiences that translate into customer loyalty.
On this webinar, Jared Johnson sits down with Discover's Director of Digital Experiences, Steve Furman, to discuss:
- Why retail banks and lenders must re-imagine customer experiences across the entire customer journey
- The importance of introducing new digital products and services to stay competitive in today’s changing world
- How retail banks should look to tackle digital transformation from the inside-out
- And much more!
Many of the challenges businesses across industries will face in 2018 impact customer onboarding. In this webinar, Sean Naismith, Head of Analytics Services at Enova Decisions, with guest speaker Eddie Glenn, Product Marketing Manager at iovation, discuss these challenges and explore how machine learning and digital decisioning can enable businesses to overcome these challenges to deliver a seamless customer onboarding experience.
•What are major customer onboarding challenges?
•What is machine learning and digital decisioning?
•How can machine learning and digital decisioning address customer onboarding challenges?
When analytics is added to the picture, the Internet of Things has the power to radically change our world, because data-driven insights are the real source of value in the analytics economy. This session explains the nature of this economy and discusses why the IoT might also be properly defined as the Intelligence of Things. Garret Fitzgerald of GE Transportation will join Randy Guard to provide a real-world example of how edge analytics adds more intelligence to the IoT. Fitzgerald will share how his company is using the power of IoT analytics to completely reshape its business. With implications and applications for multiple industries, the solution is relevant to anyone who seeks to capitalize on the promise of an intelligent, connected world.
The ability to analyze high-velocity data in motion is increasingly of interest to organizations and civic leaders, enabling access to real time information for decision makers through event stream processing. This is imperative not only in sensor driven industries like health care and manufacturing, but also for large scale public events with issues related to public safety, transportation and overall experience for tourists and residents. The Center for Statistics and Analytical Research at Kennesaw State University used SAS® Event Stream Processing to analyze tweets from the 2017 Boston Marathon and determine topics, patterns and trends to provide insight for future large scale events. Attributes of interest from each tweet such as contents, timestamps and locations were identified and captured. The output was then filtered by US time zones. Two counter windows, global and EST (where the Marathon was held), were used to count the number of incoming tweets in a 10 second sliding window. The information was then displayed on a dashboard. The results were analyzed over the timeline of the marathon to correlate Twitter activity to the event itself. In addition, key topics were analyzed to determine propensity for co-presence, such as pain+Advil.
The Industrial Internet Business Strategy & Innovation Framework
The competitive landscape is changing in ways which have yet to become completely clear. Collaboration and mastery of new skills, such as those within IIoT, will be essential to business success. An organized, disciplined approach to moving forward with IIoT is essential to that success. The Business Strategy and Innovation framework offers this approach with guidance and best practices derived from industry experts within the Industrial Internet Consortium membership.
This talk will explore the evolution of multimode fiber from inception to current time against the historical transceiver roadmap. We will explore various transceiver form-factors with respect to capability, technology risk, density and cost vs. fiber types that have been deployed (and those yet to be widely deployed). Both transceivers and supported fibers will also be discussed with respect to the evolution of standards that support them.
Attendees will earn 1 BICSI CEC.
Humans are hardwired for communicating with visuals. Learn some eye-opening statistics on engagement with video and images, as well as some best practices for improving your marketing and social media videos. Learn how you can use video and visuals to better engage your customers.
Join Val Swisher, sitting in for Scott Abel, The Content Wrangler, and Ryan Knott, Public Relations Specialist at TechSmith, for this free, one-hour webinar. Attendees will learn why visuals and video are so important to your marketing content, why perfection is killing your marketing videos, and three easy ways to improve your video process.
Ten years ago, The Content Wrangler published details about a survey that found most documentation managers don’t use metrics as a performance measure. Has that changed? Have documentation managers stuck to their old, metric-less ways, or have they all become “quants” in 10 years’ time?
Join Paul Perrotta, sitting in for Scott Abel, The Content Wrangler, and his special guest, Barry Saiff, CEO of Saiff Solutions. Barry is the author of The Seven Habits of Highly Effective Technical Communications Leaders, and a 30-year veteran documentation leader. He will lead a discussion about the ins and outs of calculating costs and return on investment for documentation projects.
Attendees will learn from the results of a real-world case study of a technical documentation project that required technical writing, technical illustrations, and a couple of key metrics: cost per page and pages per date. You’ll learn how difficult it was for the team to track, calculate, and report these seemingly simple numbers and how they overcame these challenges. You’ll discover the connection between measurement and process design and learn valuable lessons that should help you avoid getting lost in the weeds of data- and cost-tracking.
The increasingly disparate market data universe can lead to errors and inconsistencies in your exchange rates and market data — issues that can cause significant problems once the market data is loaded into your SAP system. So how do you prevent these problems? How do you ensure the accuracy of this data before it enters your system landscape? SAP customers can reduce these risks by using automated market data governance with data validation and anomaly detection, and by implementing a central market data repository to avoid reporting and consolidation issues.
Attend this webinar and find out how to easily source market data — including foreign exchange rates, interest rates, security prices, and volatilities — from multiple providers, such as Reuters, Bloomberg, and OANDA, without any programming, and then distribute that data across your entire system landscape, including both SAP and non-SAP systems, on an automated schedule. You will learn how to:
• Set up a trusted central market data repository
• Govern your data processes
• Detect data anomalies
• Perform a quality check on your exchange rate and market data before committing it to your system
• Personalize the way you source your market data and map it into your system landscape
Are you thinking about incorporating tone into your content strategy? If so, you've probably seen how confusing this topic can be.
We know, because we are human beings, that language can misfire. Tone is where understanding and emotion come together – and sometimes that’s messy.
Join Paul Perrotta, sitting in for Scott Abel, The Content Wrangler, and his special guest, Pierre Gagnier, Content Strategist at ADP Innovation Lab, for this free, one-hour webinar. Pierre will show you how a team of researchers at ADP were able to tame some of the trickiness of tone and measure its impact. What they learned will help you to make sense of tone and change it from a source of risk into a tool for creating effective content.
Attendees will learn about 1) a simple, workable set of definitions that you can use to promote shared understanding among stakeholders of what tone is; 2) A framework for identifying and applying tone attributes so that you can create a foundation for consistent practice, and 3) Some typical factors that will help you to see how tone can go awry and will help you create your own risk factors.
ABOUT THE PRESENTER
Pierre Gagnier is a content strategist at ADP's Innovation Lab in New York. He works extensively with user experience researchers to help ADP web and mobile product teams align their content strategies consistently with users' realities.
This is the age of data science. We have more data, computing power and software packages than ever before, and we’re driving real value with data science. But challenges remain: fragmented and dirty data, collaboration issues, and long project cycle times.
Keys to success: a ‘data-first’ approach, enabling collaboration, and a focus on prediction. Cloudera Data Science delivers the unified platform you need for rapid time to value with the most advanced machine learning techniques, including deep learning.
In 2013, GOV UK, the government services website for the United Kingdom, won the prestigious D&AD Black Pencil for its contribution to moving content forward as a design discipline. Since then GOV UK has been name-checked and modeled around the world as *the* way to do public sector content. And yet, aside from those who are really “in the know,” the practice of content design is still little known outside of government content circles. And inside of government, many people talk about it, but not many know how to do it well.
Join Paul Perrotta, sitting in for Scott Abel, The Content Wrangler, and his special guest, Padma Gillen, of Scroll UK, for this free, one-hour webinar. Formerly Head of Content Design for the UK's Government Digital Service, Padma has been at the heart of this emerging discipline since its earliest days. He now teaches others how to do it, and helps organizations rebuild their entire content function around the principles of user needs, designing with data and agile content production.
In this webinar, Padma will introduce you to these principles and explain how to incorporate them into your approach. Attendees will learn how to place the needs of users at the heart of your content strategy, apply agile methods to content production, and learn to understand the governance models needed to improve your content significantly.
We’ve all heard about the benefits of content modeling and structured content for technical information. We’ve implemented DITA or other topic-based strategies to break content into smaller blocks to manage and publish, but topics are not small enough.
But the addition of Bots, voice-enabled interfaces, and AI means we must change the way we structure content. We are moving from a broadcast style of communication – publish and hope for the best – to a more conversational style of communication. More question and answer. This imposes requirements on the content models you need to create if you want to talk to the Bots. We must be more granular in our models. We need to implement Microcontent.
Join Val Swisher, sitting in for Scott Abel, The Content Wrangler, and her special guest, Steve Manning of Precision Content, for this webinar. Steve will discuss how new technology will change the way we approach content and the topic-based approach to deliver what you need for the new technology challenges. Steve will work through a different approach to the content that focuses you more on reader outcomes how that affects your content models. Attendees will learn how deep into their content then need to model to get the most from chatbots, voice-enabled systems, and ultimately AI.
Attendees will also learn 1) Why traditional topic-based DITA is not granular enough for the future; 2) How microcontent is a better approach to future-proof your content, and 3) How to use user outcomes to drive models and granularity.
Allianz Group has drastically improved its internal feedback culture among employees. Learn how Allianz used the Feed-bck app, built native on SAP Cloud Platform, to improve the engagement and insights of its employees and introduce the latest trend of continuous, peer-to-peer evaluations to employees during their day-to-day work.
During this webinar you will explore:
• Allianz use cases, its experience working on the SAP Cloud Platform, and how the company improved the feedback culture
• How your employees can instantly ask for feedback when they require it the most, shortening the overall feedback cycle
• How to achieve and measure impact on your continuous feedback processes
• A rating system and dashboards that can provide an objective measure that provides insight into how effective and trusted the feedback of your leaders is to your employees, helping to identify the influencers and true leaders of your organization
3 Critical Takeaways:
· Innovation: The Smart Cities highlighted in this webinar prioritize cultivating a spirit of innovation within their communities, businesses, and government. They do this by involving citizens, businesses, and academia in the Smart City conversation; attracting innovation centers and dedicating living labs; and supporting local startups.
· Goals & Adjectives: For Smart Cities to progress, initiatives must align with a strategy that has a clear vision and goals. All Smart Cities have three meta-goals: maintaining citizen well-being, ensuring resource and environmental sustainability, and securing a bright economic future.
· Learning while Striving to Lead: Many cities wait to implement an initiative after its success has been proven elsewhere. Smart Cities learn from best practices, but they also take the lead in finding novel ways to address city challenges.
What's the status of FirstNet's state opt-in benefits and how does the network help support public safety? Also, what are the benefits of connecting first responders to IoT and Smart Cities? These are the question that Bill Schrier will answer on this LIVE PODCAST by NMG Media.
You can't predict when, but we can show you how the next attack might happen.
We will discuss the security trends of 2017 that predict the most likely threats of 2018. We will cover the expanding list of attack targets and identify the necessary tools to protect against the newest attack vectors.
Whether you are using Office 365 or G Suite, Slack or Salesforce, Box or Amazon S3, you need to protect your data from malware, data leakage or malicious users.
All of these cloud applications can be used to infiltrate your business. All of these cloud applications are potential targets of an attack.
While no one can predict tomorrow's attack, we can analyze the trends and build a multi-layer, defense-in-depth solution that can respond to the changing threat landscape.
The SciVal API allows you to programmatically retrieve metrics for use in your own software applications.
Join Martin Edling Andersson (Senior SciVal Product Manager) & Joe Riess (Principal Software Engineer) for an introduction to the new SciVal API, what it is, where it can be accessed and how it can be utilized. Joe, who built the SciVal API, will give a demonstration of how you can create a small application using the SciVal API and Scopus APIs together.
An API stands for Application Programming Interface, and it provides a way for programs to talk to one another. The SciVal API gives access to a comprehensive basket of metrics for researchers (Scopus Author profiles) and all 8,500+ institutions available in SciVal.
The API returns data machine-readable format that enables software, rather than humans using the scival.com platform, to use the data. Consequently, this allows developers to write programs that automatically extract metrics from SciVal periodically, and use that data in their Institutional Repository systems, websites and for richer visualizations in tools like Tableau.
Join us as we continue this series of webinars specifically designed for the community by the community with the goal to share knowledge, spark innovation and further build and link the relationships within our HPCC Systems community.
Episode 10 will kick off our first Tech Talk in 2018 and includes 15 minute Tech Talks featuring speakers from the community:
1) Chris Gropp, PhD candidate, Clemson University - Asking the Right Questions with Machine Learning
The HPCC Systems Machine Learning Library contains a number of powerful tools, but it is important to use them properly. Chris will discuss how to ask the right questions by taking a step backwards from the methods themselves and examining the requirements defined by the applications.
2) Rodrigo Pastrana, Software Architect, LexisNexis Risk Solutions - Creating Front-facing Web Services to Deliver your HPCC Systems Query Data
The HPCC Systems platform provides everything you need to easily create production grade web services to deliver your query data. Rodrigo will discuss the tools and frameworks provided by the HPCC Systems platform and walk through the end-to-end creation of a sample web service.
3) Richard Taylor, Chief Trainer, HPCC Systems, LexisNexis Risk Solutions – ECL Tips and Cool Tricks
Join Richard for the latest tips and tricks with using ECL! In this session, he will talk about the PARSE function and interesting techniques used in data parsing.
Rugged, ready and right along with you. Built from the ground up for harsh environments, the rackable compact size and certifications in shock, vibe, dust, humidity, EMI and maritime mean the XR2 is agile. The de-branding and customization capabilities mean it’s versatile. So whoever you are and wherever you go, you can take rugged with you. Join us to learn how the Dell EMC OEM XR2 server powered by Intel Xeon SP processors gives you anytime, anywhere access to the data and insights you depend on to make work happen.
Financial institutions are turning to artificial intelligence (AI) to automate manual processes, emulate human decisions, and improve the accuracy of surveillance strategies. Given the sophistication of fraud attacks and ever increasing regulatory scrutiny, firms are implementing advanced analytical approaches to be more agile, effective, and efficient.
Leading teams is hard. One single team member can bring you down - from halting your improvement plans to a complete breakdown of key operating functions and alienation of customers. Because of that, the answers to the question of whom to hire and whom to keep are vital when automation shrinks your workforce.
The equation involves many make-or-break variables, including the balance of skills and experience, mix of styles, personalities, and relationships, and diversity of natural talents and strengths. To further complicate things, each variable must also be consistent with the executive agenda as well as the team lead’s personal leadership style and strengths profile.
In this webinar, Andrew Lawless will share the best-working tools and strategies from 20 years of transforming teams with the goal of teaching you about a five-step approach to transforming your team.
This webinar is for you if you are dealing with team members who are smart, capable, and competent, but struggle to agree with your changes, wrestle with automation, or fail to meet new job requirements. You will learn about methodologies that help you understand which team members to keep, coach, or transition.
1. Understand each team member’s view of the world
2. Show a different scenario or reality
3. Disrupt counter-productive behavior
4. Attract and keep the right talent
5. Initiate small changes in the right direction
ABOUT ANDREW LAWLESS
Andrew Lawless is a best-selling author, performance coach, educator, and consultant. He elevates senior executives and business owners to success, sanity, and happiness in business and life. He brings a unique blend of experience in behavioral sciences, publishing, localization, and education. He served as a trainer and consultant to the FBI’s Behavioral Science Unit where he helped analyze the mindset of hostage takers.
Technology is increasingly important to every enterprise's initiatives, but with dozens of alternatives, do you have the right solution? Thinking about divorcing your current vendor? Looking to adopt new technology from scratch? This session is for you.
Rather than selecting technology based on a ratings spreadsheet or who plays golf with your boss, we'll offer a more practical — and effective! — approach. This webinar deals the straight dope on pitfalls to avoid and reliable paths to follow.
You'll learn about the most important criteria when creating a shortlist, what should really be in that (brief) RFP, and how to plan a vendor demo that's meaningful and useful to you. So stop selecting the wrong technology. Here's a better way to ensure you make the right choice.
ABOUT JARROD GINGRAS
Jarrod Gingras is Real Story Group’s Managing Director and an analyst covering Digital Workplace and Marketing technologies. As a conference speaker and consultant, he regularly advises some of the world’s largest and most complicated enterprises on their enterprise information challenges.
Prior to joining Real Story Group, Jarrod worked as a web developer, information architect and user interface designer at a systems integration firm, where he developed user-focused content management strategies and solutions for clients in a multitude of industries.
Introducing a series of webinars on tailings dewatering, the first webinar will introduce thickening followed by sessions on tailings filtration and water treatment. Each webinar will cover the topic from equipment to plant, taking a holistic view of the issues that enable and constrain the technology.
With thickening, we review the basics of thickener operation and equipment selection, and then expand the concept to thickened tails transport and deposition. Controls and automation can significantly improve the performance of a thickener plant, keeping the outputs as close as possible to the design, maximizing water recovery and minimizing flocculant consumption. Closing with a view from an operator’s perspective, including strategies for consistent performance and tips for avoiding process upsets.
• Learn how flying car taxis could transform our world and the commercial applications predicted by 2035.
• Explore technologic advancements as vertical take-off and landing (VTOL), artificial intelligence, HD mapping and electrification the opportunities they present.
• Hear real-world use cases on how flying car companies have conducted test flights and the results of those ventures.
Join us for a panel discussion designed to help you identify—and overcome—the big challenges associated with digital product content delivery. Join host Paul Perrotta, formerly Senior Director of Information Experience at Juniper Networks, Eeshita Grover of Cisco, Craig Prior, Director of Technical Communications at Mastercard, and Joe Gelb of Zoomin Software for this lively panel discussion. The panelists will share lessons learned that you can use to develop a streamlined content delivery process that takes advantage of modern content creation and management practices, and prepares your content to support emerging delivery technologies such as chatbots, voice interfaces, the Internet of Things, and augmented reality.
Attendees will learn about:
–Increasing speed to delivery without sacrificing quality
–Having consistent access to all of your technical content, no matter the source format
–Exposing the right content to the right audience
–The value of scenario-based content design
–Optimizing the maintainability of content over time
–Building trust around your content
–Preparing your content to support emerging technologies
The long-term promise of 3D Printing has always been using the technology to replace traditional manufacturing as a way to make production parts. Carbon is literally turning the 3D printing world upside down by introducing real production capabilities with their systems, and now that PADT has joined Carbon’s Production Partner Program, on-demand manufacturing using 3D Printing is now a reality in the Southwestern US.
Join Carbon's Production Engineer, Johnathon Wright and PADT's Additive Manufacturing Solutions Account Manager Renee Palacios for a discussion on the various capabilities and applications of Carbon's exciting new technology.
Brands have access to terabytes more customer data than they did just a few years ago, but most organizations are using only 10% of what they collect — and are unsure how to turn data into sophisticated, personalized cross-channel marketing.
That kind of high-touch, multichannel engagement is within every brand’s reach, but it requires putting AI in the driver’s seat. Yet, the hype-cycle that surrounds AI-powered marketing leaves many companies wondering what’s truth, what’s fiction — and most importantly, how to even start applying it for notable returns.
Join Forrester, VentureBeat, and Blueshift in this frank discussion of AI, customer data, and cross-channel marketing. You’ll walk away with a solid understanding of what it takes to fully integrate customer data and AI into your cross-channel marketing.
In this webinar you’ll:
* Understand the power of the customer data you have at your fingertips
* Learn how to leverage data to drive personalized, cross-channel marketing
* Discover how AI can transform your marketing strategy
* Rusty Warner, Principal Analyst, Forrester Research
* Vijay Chittoor, CEO, Blueshift
* Shannon Johlic, Director of Marketing, Blueshift
* Stewart Rogers, Analyst at Large, VentureBeat
* Rachael Brownell, Moderator, VentureBeat
Join IBC365 and Tata Communications on Thursday 25 January at 1pm GMT to explore how remote production is changing the way sports broadcasters operate.
Remote production gives broadcasters the ability to produce live broadcasts at a distance from the actual event, by sending raw camera feeds, audio and equipment control over a telecom infrastructure to a central studio facility.
It helps to generate high volume of sports content economically, thereby improving productivity and efficiency for sports broadcasters.
Today, for any live event, about 30-40 people travel to each location with kit and other equipment to produce the broadcast feed at the venue. This is not only expensive but also logistically a nightmare.
By producing feeds remotely at a central location only a handful of camera crew would have to travel while the technical director, commentator and other key crew members can finalise production at a central location.
In this webinar we explore how broadcasters and production companies can overcome any technical and operational challenges to embrace the benefits of remote production.
Jeremy Dujardin, CTO, Media Services, Tata Communications
Dhaval Ponda, Global Sales Head, Media Services, Tata Communications
Josh Liemer, VP Creative Services, VISTA Worldlink
New disruptive technologies are set to impact the global banking sector, forcing banks to redefine and transform themselves to survive in today's competitive market. The world's top banks, such as J.P. Morgan and Bank of America, have responded by forming digital transformation strategies to safeguard their existing market and venture into new ones. Fintech companies that began by targeting niche markets are now addressing the needs of a larger audience and directly competing against global banks. They have used technology to expedite the overall process and cut customer onboarding from a few days to a few minutes. While banks are open to working with Fintech companies, not all Fintech companies want to work with banks; they want to address customer pain points and deliver top-notch services and products at a fraction of the cost charged by banks and traditional financial services companies.
The global alcoholic drinks market is expected to be worth over $1.4 billion by 2020, and is showing no signs of slowing down. Whilst it seems there's a new craze every month in the industry, one consumer trend that has stuck out recently is innovative alcohol brewing.
Over the last few years, it's estimated that in Britain alone, the number of smaller breweries has doubled, with independent beer brands becoming commonplace in pubs and restaurants.
So, we've decided to explore the innovation trends of this industry, speaking to some brewing experts along the way to see where they think the trends are heading for 2018. We will also be looking at:
Amidst major events such as Brexit, oil production cuts, and NAFTA renegotiations, what is the outlook for the world economy in 2018? Will the current upswing in global trade continue in 2018 while countries increasingly adopt protectionist policies? The Global Economic Outlook for 2018 answers these questions and more through a deep-dive economic assessment of major geographic regions and the world at large, providing insight into the ramifications of key economic trends and developments on GDP growth, trade, industry, etc. The webinar will help organizations understand the global and regional economic pulse, identify restraints and risks, and tap into growth opportunities.
Since Blockchain was conceptualised in 2008, it has been expanding rapidly in popularity and trend. Originally used by the likes of Bitcoin to track payments it has a multitude of different applications and is now regarded as a "Foundational Technology".
In this webinar Raphael Roche will be talking about:
-Applications and big players in the industry
-Intellectual Property tied to Blockchain
-The future of the technology
Introducing a series of webinars on tailings dewatering. The first webinar introduces thickening followed by tailings filtration and water treatment. Each webinar will cover the topic from equipment to plant, taking a holistic view of the issues that enable and constrain the technology.
With tailings filtration and dry stacking, we briefly review the basics of solid-liquid separation from thickening and filtering, and then expand to dry material handling and dry stacking. It is essential to understand the material properties in order to optimize the compaction process, control the filling process, drain the tailings stack and plan its geometry, and control the stability of the tailings stack during its life cycle.
Closing with a view from an operator’s perspective, including strategies for consistent performance and tips for avoiding process upsets.
Many companies have influence in markets because they make essential products. Think about the products all around us the metals, plastics and various other materials that make up our world. We can see how a change in manufacturing processes or supply could influence the whole industry.
We are joined by Dr.Shafiq Kabir, Chief Innovation Officer at Smoltek AB, to learn how companies who rely on only Intellectual Property are working to change the market. Smoltek specialises in nanomaterials and their applications and brings together industry, intellectual property and manufacturers together.
This is essential viewing for anyone interested in nanomaterials/nanotechnology, IP, licensing and market penetration.