Healthcare Industry – Focusing on Power Quality Can Reduce Downtime 20 Percent

Power is mission critical in the healthcare industry as, without the delivery and use of high quality power, disruptions in hospital operations can potentially impact lives. Equipment such as MRIs, CT, X-Ray, ultrasound and nuclear machinery provided by large OEMs like GE Medical, Phillips, and Siemens to name a few, all require a consistent and reliable source of high quality …

Security in an Internet of Things [IoT] World

Denison Technologies discusses the increased exposure to new security threats and issues created by our all-connected world and uncovers how to look at security solutions across systems, platforms and devices. Unprecedented levels of automation and efficiency. Today, industries are seeing unprecedented levels of automation and supply chain efficiencies as industrial control systems connect to the Internet. In the era of …

It’s Showtime! A U.S. Manufacturing Resurgence is Here!

We have much to celebrate and the future looks bright for US Manufacturing. The US economy grew at a rate of about 3 percent in the last three quarters, a robust rate not seen in years. Since Election Day, the Dow Jones industrial average has increased more than 40 percent, creating a near $7 Trillion jump in wealth – despite …

Pharmaceutical Industry – Focusing on Power Quality Can Reduce Downtime by 20 Percent

The US Pharmaceutical Industry is one of the country’s largest industries, accounting for over 4.7 million mostly skilled labor workers who directly and indirectly support the industry. According to the Pharmaceutical Research Manufacturing Association, the US accounts for over half of the world’s research and development ($75 Billion in 2017), and US firms hold over half of the world’s IP …

Data and Energy

Data & Energy: A Rocket Fuel Mix in a Manufacturing Resurgence

We have all heard about the importance of energy. With respect to the production process, manufacturers require high quality sources of energy – delivered consistently, reliably and dependably with few interruptions. In fact, manufacturers consume more than 30 percent of the nation’s energy (Source: US Energy Information Administration, Annual Energy Outlook 2015). Energy producers have partnered with software and data …