Today, the National Association of Broadcasters announced they were cancelling the NAB 2020 trade show, held each April in Las Vegas. It wasn’t unexpected, but will undoubtedly have effects on the media and entertainment industry. LinkedInTweetShareEmail
We at Micor love Wikipedia, it is truly a jewel on the internet that other big data players should aspire to. Here’s one of their gifts … some of the coolest pictures from the planet in 2019. Check them all out! LinkedInTweetShareEmail
Last week, Jim attended “The Video Show,” which was held in Washington D.C., at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center. John Humphrey from Hitachi pointed out that HDR may be the key feature you notice in that new 4K TV this Christmas—not the 4K resolution. The average household has their
Only the wheels on this car were 3D printed here at the Rapid+TCT 2019 trade show.
A recently client called to ask about the useful life of Digital Manufacturing equipment. Once I saw the make and models of the assets, it was clear what the client meant was 3D printing (or “Additive Manufacturing”) equipment. Dean Bartles, the ASME’s New Technology Advisor, stated clearly in the ASME
A recent short article called “DATA GARBAGE IN”, the Harvard Business Review exposed just how surprisingly bad the data we rely on for analytics is. Seventy-five managers were tasked with evaluating 100 records that they has used to make a past analysis. The retrospective found found only 3% of the record
Aug 20, 2018 Micor Analytics finished the inventory, tagging, and data collection portion of the a multi-site graphics and data production facility for an enterprise wide, asset management system soon to be deployed. The assets included advanced technology, enterprise computing, and production process assets, as well as office furniture and