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Manufacturing is hard on our hearing. Machines rotate, pound, cut and grind, producing sound in ear-threatening volume. The U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Agency (OSHA) recommends that manufacturers design their machinery to produce less noise and protect the hearing of their workers. That’s all well and good, but some jobs are just going to get […]Read more →
Small manufacturers get hammered by forces beyond their control. Tight-fisted clients, whip-sawing commodities prices and margin-melting competition are just a few of their many challenges. One thing they can control is their employees’ ability to stay in constant communication to keep production humming at full capacity. As communications gear — from digital two-way radios to […]Read more →
Two-way radios are essential tools for the road crews, audio-visual teams and venue staffers who help set the stage for stunning concert performances. Yet no two concerts require the same radio gear. Concert venues typically come in three configurations: Indoor showplace — Auditoriums, sporting arenas and, naturally, concert halls. Large outdoor — stadiums, city parks, […]Read more →
For decades, oilfields were strictly analog operations using tried-and-true technology to pump oil from deep in the ground. The advent of advanced microprocessors, personal computers, mobile devices and Internet Protocol networks have reshaped the petroleum-extraction process so thoroughly that industry experts now speak of “digital oilfields” that deploy cutting-edge technology to monitor, analyze and maximize […]Read more →