Monitoring Recent Trends in the ATM Managed Services Market | Infiniti’s Success Story on Helping a Client Identify New Growth Avenues

LONDON–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Digital and technological transformations in ATM (Automated Teller Machine) managed services is a highly challenging milestone. However, companies in the sector need to embrace advanced digital technologies to enhance the user experience, increase usage, and create an edge over other key market players. Infiniti’s recent client engagement for a prominent company in the ATM managed services market provides critical insights into how our industry experts helped the client identify the latest trends in the industry and adapt to enhance customer experience. Other key objectives of the engagement include:

  • Identify cost-effective technology trends in the market on which they can capitalize
  • Enhance customer experience and ensure protection against ATM fraud
  • Strategize to compete with rising competition from digital payment channels

Infiniti’s custom market intelligence experts addressed the client’s key concerns through a thorough analysis of market factors and trends that had a direct impact on the client’s business,

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Flexible Electronics for Wearable Cardiac Monitoring Technologies, IDTechEx Report Investigates

This is where flexible electronics comes in. Cardiac monitoring requires devices to make close contact with the skin, making devices that integrate flexible and even stretchable electronics ideal due to their ability to conform to the skin, the potential for a low profile, and overall patient comfort. IDTechEx forecasts that flexible electronics in cardiac monitoring, deployed in electronic skin patches and electronic textiles, will be a $2 billion market in the year 2030.

IDTechEx have been reporting on flexible electronics for the past decade and have recently published “Flexible Electronics in Healthcare 2020–2030”. In this article, IDTechEx describe how electronic skin patches and electronic textiles are used in cardiac monitoring. To find out more about other technologies for monitoring cardiovascular health, please refer to IDTechEx’s report, “Cardiovascular Disease 2020-2030: Trends, Technologies & Outlook”.

Electronic Skin Patches

Electronic skin patches are wearable devices that contain electrical components which are attached to

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New North Texas Air Monitoring System Goes Live Today

This is really cool. The SharedAirDFW Network launches today. According to the press release, “It becomes the first and only regional hyperlocal air-monitoring network in Texas and one of the only ones being built by any U.S. city.” You can thank UTD, Paul Quinn College, Downwinders at Risk, the city of Plano, Dallas County, and Dallas College. Full release after the jump.

(Dallas) — A three-year high-tech collaboration between the University of Texas at Dallas, Downwinders at Risk, the City of Plano, Dallas County, Dallas College, and Paul Quinn College came to fruition today with the official debut of the SharedAirDFW Network – online, and with an outpost in one of the most polluted neighborhoods in North Texas.

It becomes the first and only regional hyperlocal air monitoring network in Texas and one of the only ones being built by any US city.

“This network is the purest, most dramatic

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Monitoring Chips After Manufacturing

New regulations and variability of advanced process nodes are forcing chip designers to insert additional capabilities in silicon to help with comprehension, debug, analytics, safety, security, and design optimization.

The impact of this will be far-reaching as the industry discusses what capabilities can be shared between these divergent tasks, the amount of silicon area to dedicate to it, and the value they may be able to extract from it. New business models may emerge to deal with data ownership.

Is this the next frontier for silicon? “Yes,” says Steve Pateras, senior director for test marketing at Synopsys. “We spent many years trying to optimize designs, tape them out, and then forget about them. We have come to the realization this is no longer possible. You need a methodology, a platform, and an approach that provides a way of monitoring and managing electronics throughout their operational life.”

There are multiple drivers

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Vibration Monitoring Market Size, Share and Growth Analysis to accrue $ 3,574.3 million by 2026 – Industry News

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Sep 03, 2020 (Market Insight Reports) —
Selbyville, Delaware According to Market Study Report, Provides A Detailed Overview Of Vibration Monitoring Market With Respect To The Pivotal Drivers Influencing The Revenue Graph Of This Business Sphere. The Current Trends Of Vibration Monitoring Market In Conjunction With The Geographical Landscape, Demand Spectrum, Remuneration Scale, And Growth Graph Of This Vertical Have Also Been Included In This Report.

The global vibration monitoring market size is anticipated to reach USD 3,574.3 million by 2026. The report ‘Vibration Monitoring Market Analysis Report By Component (Hardware, Software, Services); By Monitoring Process (Online, Portable); By End-User (Automotive, Chemical, Aerospace and Defense, Food and Beverages, Construction, Mining, Oil and Gas, Others); By Regions: Market Size & Segment Forecast, 2019 – 2026’ provides a complete analysis of present market trends and future insights.

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Ball Aerospace Completes Critical Design Review of Methane Monitoring Satellite’s Flight System and Instrument

Program can proceed with focal plane selection and hardware assembly

BOULDER, Colo., Sept. 9, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Just six months after preliminary design review, Ball Aerospace successfully completed critical design review (CDR) of the MethaneSAT flight system and advanced spectrometer instrument that will be integrated onto a 350-kilogram satellite for MethaneSAT, LLC, a subsidiary of the non-profit Environmental Defense Fund (EDF). The completion of CDR enables Ball to proceed into part fabrication and assembly.

An artist rendering of the MethaneSAT satellite.

“MethaneSAT aligns with Ball’s commitment to earth science, sustainability and delivering science at any scale,” said Dr. Makenzie Lystrup, vice president and general manager, Civil Space, Ball Aerospace. “We have worked closely and collaboratively with the customer and other partners to develop extremely sensitive sensor technology critical to spotting methane emissions that previously would have gone undetected.”

The Ball-designed MethaneSAT Instrument will measure a narrow part

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How Employee Monitoring Software Is Useful in Offices

As the pandemic forced companies to close their offices and enter a remote working environment, the employee monitoring software industry has seen a triple-digit rise in demand. The driving force was the need to maintain business continuity, which can be a big feat for employees who are working with family members in the same room. 

However, now that governments are easing up on the restrictive measures, many companies are struggling to decide whether their new normal should include in-office work and, if so, whether employee behavior analytics needs to be part of that. 

Benefits of employee monitoring software

The biggest benefits of a company using workforce analytics tools after going back to the office lie in the problems it solves with its functions and integrations:   

  • Project management
  • Productivity and accountability
  • Fair working environment
  • Objective performance reviewing
  • Internal system and data security

1. Project management

As business operations are largely digitized

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