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Exploring diagnostic capabilities for application to new photovoltaic technologies

Exploring diagnostic capabilities for application to new photovoltaic technologies | Aspect 1 and Aspect 3 | Scoop.it
Explosive growth in photovoltaic markets has fueled new creative approaches that promise to cut costs and improve reliability of system components. However, market demands require rapid development of these new and innovative technologies in order to...
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Chris Woodhead's comment, April 4, 2014 11:31 AM
Testing and diagnostic capabilities are required to improve due to new materials and technologies that are used in the product. The classic ways to diagnose a product was X-rays, ultra sound, and light/dark IV. The diagnostic capabilities not only need to advance for the field growth, but also to keep up with technology today.
Chris Woodhead's comment, April 4, 2014 11:34 AM
Like all diagnostic capabilities, the field needs it to know it has control over the situation and the process. It gives reliability to the overall performance. Radiography and CT are also monitored during the process.
Chris Woodhead's comment, April 5, 2014 10:28 AM
Radiography and CT also support photovoltaic technology and can help increase they overall performance of the technology. If CT and radiography could eventually use only photovoltaic technology, the process could be efficient, well-managed, and accreted more by the engineering world.
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How do businesses use cloud computing?

Cloud computing can be a tricky concept to grasp. To help you understand what cloud computing is useful for, read our list of typical business uses for cloud computing.
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Chris Woodhead's comment, February 20, 2014 11:13 PM
CRM, or customer relationship management, is important to track. Not many business were capable of doing such things before due to the price and time it took. The cloud allows any business to use CRM due to the fact that the cloud is already set up. It is as easy as signing into your CRM tracking service.
Chris Woodhead's comment, February 20, 2014 11:15 PM
With growing businesses, a better network is required to be set up. However with the cost of this many companies would not be able to afford this. Instead a business can buy it through the cloud. The sever would be managed else where and a company would just have to pay the bills to use it
Chris Woodhead's comment, February 20, 2014 11:18 PM
Every business needs software that gives one the capability to document information. Buying software can be expensive and a lot of companies run into trouble with this issue. The cloud offers a way around this situation with software someone can log into online. A commonly known example is Googledocs which offers everything another pricey software would.
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ON CONTINUING THE EVOLUTION OF XCT ENGINEERING CAPABILITIES FOR IMPACT DAMAGE DIAGNOSTICS

ON CONTINUING THE EVOLUTION OF XCT ENGINEERING CAPABILITIES FOR IMPACT DAMAGE DIAGNOSTICS | Aspect 1 and Aspect 3 | Scoop.it
The continuing evolution of ballistic damage diagnostic techniques utilizing X-ray computed tomography, XCT, is providing new knowledge about the mostly unexplored and complex physical details of ballistic impact damage. While developmental results
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Chris Woodhead's comment, April 4, 2014 11:16 AM
Non-invasive XCT damage diagnostic capabilities are required to further push the ability of the ballistic production. Many other fields do require stronger lazers and faster processors the produce better images and quicker information to the main source.
Chris Woodhead's comment, April 4, 2014 11:20 AM
Ultimately although diagnostic capabilities are improving faster computer systems are going to be required in order to produce better products with an overall better diagnostic capability. The life cycle of these technologies is continuing to double, but strong diagnostic capabilties seem still a bit far away before mastering.
Chris Woodhead's comment, April 5, 2014 10:25 AM
Ultra sound testing has begun to surpass the previous tests due to it's ability to captured an issue and send it to be dealt with much faster than it's old competitors. The sound travels quickly and efficiently enough that consumers if diagnostic technology find it more appealing to use.
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What Is The Cloud? (And Why Small Businesses Need To Care)

What Is The Cloud? (And Why Small Businesses Need To Care) | Aspect 1 and Aspect 3 | Scoop.it
Cloud computing has come a long way to become a mainstream technology tool for business. Earlier this year, Parallels, a software company that enables companies like GoDaddy.com and Sprint to offer cloud services to small and medium businesses (SMB), reported that the cloud services industry grew to $45 billion worldwide last year.
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Chris Woodhead's comment, February 20, 2014 11:32 PM
There are four types of cloud: Public, private, community, and hybrid. The public is like it sounds, used by the public. The private is used by business and has security available on it. The community has the ability to share information. The hybrid combines all aspects of the three.
Chris Woodhead's comment, February 20, 2014 11:41 PM
The advantages to the cloud are seen in even the aspect of its availability. Much of the cloud is usable and a company can use/pay for as much or as little as it would like. Using the cloud also allows for more efficient work to be done, spreading information around at quicker speeds and picking up a businesses growth. This makes advancements more easily achieved.
Chris Woodhead's comment, February 20, 2014 11:43 PM
Work is constantly being done to the cloud, advancing the capabilities businesses can use. The private cloud has more assets and the flexibility of the system is being worked on. Now large IT staffs can work more efficiently on their work having a more stable cloud.