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Author: Beth Hill

Creating The Best Control Room Computer

Creating The Best Control Room Computer

We’ve been fortunate to have a number of in-depth conversations with manufacturing professionals all over the world who are using thin clients to help optimize every aspect of their production facilities. We had an overwhelming number of requests to add a 4-5 independent display system to our ThinManager-Ready lineup to act as a centralized, control […]

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ASIS 2015 Day 3: Bus(tling) Conversations

ASIS 2015 Day 3: Bus(tling) Conversations

On the final day of ASIS 2015 the Logic Supply team had the chance to talk with many of the almost 600 other vendors and exhibitors showing off their products inside the Anaheim Convention Center. Trying to squeeze the most out of the week, everyone was eager to touch base before heading out of town, […]

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ASIS 2015 Day 2: Building Rugged Security Systems

ASIS 2015 Day 2: Building Rugged Security Systems

Every show floor is busy and bustling, but the amount of activity, lights and sounds at ASIS 2015 can not be overstated. When you’re surrounded by physical security vendors there’s a screen showing a video feed, an alarm buzzing or a series of lights blinking around every corner. ASIS is truly an assault on the […]

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Avoiding a Mess Part 4: Cheese & Dairy Manufacturing

Avoiding a Mess Part 4: Cheese & Dairy Manufacturing

Americans love cheese. Over the last four decades, Americans have greatly increased their consumption of cheese. In 2012, cheese availability was 33.5 pounds per person, almost triple the amount in 1970 at only 11.4 pounds. Since 2005, availability of American cheese has held steady at 13 pounds per person. (source) There’s no doubt that cheese making is […]

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Avoiding a Mess Part 3: Staying Out of a Jam

Avoiding a Mess Part 3: Staying Out of a Jam

The Global Fruit and Vegetables Processing industry is expected to expand at an annualized rate of 2.7% over the five years to 2019, reaching $217.1 billion. The American fruit spreads market alone was valued at $2.7 billion in 2010, and is expected to reach $3.3 billion by 2015. While these jarred confections are sweet and […]

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