LynTec, manufacturer of lighting controls & commercial IoT, says its RPCR web-enabled relay panels were used to provide an enterprise customer with a PoE lighting control system for big energy cost savings for a client. “Commercial buildings are facing increasingly complex local code requirements,” said Andrew Gjertsen, Platformatics Product Manager. Platformatics worked with LynTec on […]
Dakota State University (DSU) is among the nation’s most technologically advanced campuses and was named a National Center of Academic Excellence in Cyber Operations by the NSA. The university recently unveiled a new $11.4 million, state-of-the-art facility to provide students hands-on experience with cybersecurity technology.
While cleaner energy resources are cheaper and more readily available, coal won’t be hitting the road in the near future.
Due to the increased competition of more environmentally friendly fuel resources, companies and individuals are moving away from coal.
Researchers are finding ways to combat heat and energy loss in running computers through new materials, electron transportation, and chip cooling.
This week, January 7th-11th, 2019: tracking ROI metrics for tech projects, a call to write for TechDecisions, power protection technology, and more.
There is no group that uses more jargon than power protection/power conditioning manufacturers. Sifting through these terms is difficult, but here is some helpful advice to sort through the verbiage and understand what power technology can do for your organization.
Helping to decipher the terms thrown around the surge protection market, SurgeX provides a list of common terms and jargon related to power technology and power protection technology.
As the coal industry experiences a steep decline, renewable options like wind and solar prove not only to be a cleaner way of powering countries like the US, but also a cheaper one.
The Powerwall 2 recently allowed a Northern California local to be able to keep his lights on during a power outage in his area.