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High Efficiency Bidirectional Cell Balancer Maximizes Capacity and Lifetime of Series Connected Battery Stacks
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Large, series connected strings of batteries are commonly used in electric vehicles, backup power systems and a wide variety energy storage applications.
Drive for Innovation Chapter 236: The Demand Response Game
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UCLA engineering professor Rajit Gadh talks about research in smart grid systems and how consumers can benefit from demand-response technologies and programs.
Drive for Innovation Chapter 235: Belly up to the Bar Code
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At Delta Controls, they're using a legendary and time-tested invention to improve their process and inventory control. Hail to the bar code.
IT Optimization
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Douglas Kent explains “big data” and how important “mobility solutions” are in planning for IT investment strategies.
Smarter Fulfillment
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Douglas Kent tells us about smarter fulfillment and “order cycle compression” and whether “postponement” strategies are making a comeback.
Supply Chain Partner Collaboration
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Douglas Kent discusses supply chain collaboration and how this technology is evolving.
Service Excellence
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Douglas Kent explains what we mean by “personalization” with regard to service excellence in the supply chain and whether there is a holistic approach to “lifecycle supply chain service”.
The Smarter Supply Chain
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Douglas Kent talks about the importance of end-to-end process planning in supply chain excellence and what we mean by “embedded analytics”.
Risk Management
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Douglas Kent discusses Risk Management and some of the current approaches to Risk Management in the supply chain.
Cost of Long Lead Times
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Douglas Kent discusses the costs of long lead times and how this impacts “forecast precision” and the implications of this regarding “profitable proximity”.
From ADI to Your Heart
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Jan-Hein Broeder, Healthcare Business Development Manager, Analog Devices demonstrates the ADAS1000.
Agilent Talks Test Challenges
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Agilent Talks Test Challenges
Talking SoCs to Near-Wire Speeds
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Talking SoCs to Near-Wire Speeds with John Carbone, vp of marketing, Express Logic.
RTOS Expert Perspective
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RTOS expert, Jean Labrosse, CEO, Micrium shares his perspective with Alex Wolfe.


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