October 2017: Disruptive Technology


Tech disruption can be a scary phrase. It can feel too fast, too soon. Break...

Kosciuszko Bridge

Bridges and tunnels are a key sector for E-J Electric Installation Co., Long Island City,...

A Class A office renovation using DC lighting

In today’s digital era, building managers and channel professionals are increasingly open to building envelope...

OLEDs, such as Pixelligent's, have a carbon-based semiconductor layer that emits light when electricity is applied by adjacent electrodes. - Courtesy of Pixelligent

A new light is appearing. Organic light-emitting diodes (OLEDs) stand where LEDs stood about 10...

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| October 2017
Technology’s impact on how we live—and, by extension, how we do our jobs—fluctuates every day.

| October 2017
More than 2 million construction workers, or 65 percent of the construction industry, work on scaffolds every day.

| October 2017
Nobody’s perfect, and I’m no exception. My first job in the electrical construction industry was driving a truck for a wholesale house.

| October 2017
Jim Dollard has an extensive background in codes and standards.

, Graybar's Innovation Lab at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign is a think tank that employs student interns, faculty and other staff members who explore tech disruption adoption., Milwaukee Tool's One-Key uses a cloud-based system, so users can sync tool operation and preferences with the app.
| October 2017
Tech disruption can be a scary phrase. It can feel too fast, too soon. Break through the anxiety, however, and technology can ease and improve processes and performance.