New technology promises to make sheep shearing less of a hassle

Australia’s shearer workforce has fallen from about 15,000 when wool prices boomed in the 1980s to about 2,800. The pandemic has further reduced the small pool of skilled labor and wool producers are struggling to shear their sheep. Australian Wool Innovation chairman Jock Lawrie said COVID had made the problem worse. “Border closures have stopped … Read more

LMI builds for the future with private investors

LMI knew exactly what it wanted when the nearly six-decade-old state-owned consulting firm began looking for an investor to buy its for-profit subsidiary. The acquirer is actually this consortium of investment intermediaries: Declaration Partners, backed by the family office of Carlyle Group co-founder David Rubenstein Capitol Meridian Partners, founded by Carlisle alumni Adam Palmer and … Read more

The latest technological advances and their benefits in the world of HRMS

The latest technological advances and their benefits in the world of HRMS By Mr. Vijay Yalamanchili, Founder & CEO, Keka Becoming an indispensable part of our lives, technology has taken a leading place in the world. All industries today are witnessing the value that technology holds; so much so that nothing remains untouched by it. … Read more

How does technology help students ace exams?

It is common for students to be overwhelmed with too many tests during exam week and feel powerless as a result. Proper use of technology tools can ease a lot of students’ pain, especially during exam week. By collaborating with each other, students can develop a deeper understanding of topics that interest them. This article … Read more

Allegany College of Maryland Talks Expansions, New Technologies | Local news

CUMBERLAND — Allegany College of Maryland will launch the state’s only data analytics program this fall, according to school officials, one of several offerings facilitated by a recently renovated technology building. Students in the data analytics program, offered entirely online, will have the option of enrolling in a one-year, 30-credit certificate program or a two-year … Read more

How to respect employee privacy while implementing smart technology

Training employees on new technologies can be expensive, but in the long run it will build employee confidence and lead to faster company-wide adoption. (Photo: Shutterstock) The rise of smart technology over the past decade has greatly improved the workflow for both employees and employers. Thanks to efficiency, smart technologies such as indoor positioning systems, … Read more

Transformative technology is driving change in retinal care delivery

The retina space is evolving thanks to new technology that is changing the way professionals deliver care, whether that means offering the ability to perform new procedures in the office or providing more virtual or hybrid care. The word “disruptive” can have a negative connotation and often creates confusion, but in almost every case, society … Read more

ACAT Global will license the catalytic converter technology to combat the climate crisis

For the first time, ACAT Global will license its revolutionary internal combustion engine emissions control technology to automakers and other companies. The license will give companies a proven, cost-effective technology they can use to make catalytic converters, as they help governments and environmental groups fight the climate crisis and save consumers significant money on fuel … Read more

United States Critical Communications Markets, 2022-2027 by Supply, Technology, Competitive Analysis and Impact of Covid-19 with Ansoff Analysis – ResearchAndMarkets.com

DUBLIN-(BUSINESS WIRE)–The report “US Critical Communications Market (2022-2027) by Supply, Technology, Competitive Analysis and Impact of Covid-19 with Ansoff Analysis” has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com supply. The US critical communications market is valued at USD 2.23 billion in 2022 and is expected to reach USD 3.4 billion by 2027, growing at a CAGR of 8.77% … Read more