Augmented Reality improves Customer Care : Newbiquity

The promise of augmented reality as a tool to improve customer care, remote assistance and the transfer and sharing of experiences across distance is at the base of the Newbiquity AR platform.

The enemy of remote assistance is ambiguity; which button to push, which nob to turn, which wire to cut… Newbiquity addresses this ambiguity with augmented reality in three distinct scenarios: Continue reading “Augmented Reality improves Customer Care : Newbiquity”

PayMyTime: Email is work – Are you getting paid for it?


Email is work: Email programs have become our workplace and email messages are the result of our labor. Are we getting paid for the work we do?

Statistics, extrapolations and counting by Radicati Group from February 2015 estimate the number of emails sent per day (in 2015) to be around 205 billion messages per day meaning nearly 2.4 million emails are sent every second and some 74 trillion emails are sent per year.

A portion of these emails are requests for work and responses to requests for work which, if managed, could be transformed into value. Unfortunately several factors converge to hinder the release of this value:

Tracking Surgical Instruments – Save Lives – Save Money

a tray with many surgical instruments lined up with the operating room in the background

Tracking Surgical Instruments: Releasing massive untapped value in the surgical instrument life cycle.

The EU Commission, meeting the FDA regulations established last year, has clearly defined the requirements for implementation of a Unique Device Identification (UDI) System in the final text of the new EU Medical Device Regulation (MDR) 2017/745 and the In Vitro Diagnostic Medical Device Regulation (IVDR) 2017/746, published at the beginning of May.

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An Economic Model of Clean-Vehicle Adoption

Map of California with interconnected gears in black and white on a simple background to show Clean-Vehicle adoption as a part of the green economy.

Models of Clean-Vehicle Adoption improve Public Policy Design, Implementation, and Adaptation

Policies promoting clean-vehicle adoption are excellent candidates for more evidence-based approaches.

Technical, behavioral, and economic evidence can help agencies target environmental policies more effectively, identifying direct and indirect benefits as well as adjustments needed across diverse stakeholder groups. By establishing clear standards for monitoring and evaluation, the state can also better communicate its goals and progress toward them. Moreover, lessons learned from experience can facilitate effective policy adaptation.

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