AIIM Webinar to Offer Tips on Information Management Strategies for 2017
AIIM, an ANSI member and accredited standards developer, is holding a webinar on best practices for information management in the coming year.
How to Plan Your Information Management Strategy in 2017 will introduce listeners to data from five community-wide surveys and review the trends identified that can impact information management. Topics of discussion will include compliance and risk; inbound capture processes; automated capture processes; and capture with content analytics.
The free webinar will be held January 18 from 2 to 3 pm EST. Click here to learn more and to register.
RMA Publishes Winter Driving Tips
The Rubber Manufacturers Association, an ANSI member and accredited standards developer, offers stakeholders a list of tire-related tips for driving in dangerous winter conditions.
The association suggests that drivers use all-season or winter tires if they live in a snowy climate. Drivers should also take care to check tire pressure, because tire pressure drops when temperature does. If stuck in the snow, drivers should rock the vehicle gently back and forth. Spinning the tires too quickly may cause them to overheat and explode.
Learn more about these tips and others in the RMA news item.
RIA Webinar Gives the Basics on Robots
The Robotic Industries Association, an ANSI member and accredited standards developer, is holding a webinar called Robot 101.
This free webinar will be geared towards newcomers to manufacturing and automation, and those who want to learn more about robotics. Listeners will hear about the history of robots, the future of the industry, and who the key players are. They will also learn what integrators do and how robots can provide benefits like reduced costs, improved quality and safety, and improved operations.
Robot 101 will be held January 12 from 12 to 1pm ET, or can be accessed as an archive after the live event. Click here to learn more and register.
RSNA Outlines Use of Imaging at Rio Summer Olympics
The Radiological Society of North America (RSNA), an ANSI member, has published an article detailing how imaging technology was used in the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio.
In the middle of the Olympic Village was the Polyclinic, a healthcare facility with an imaging suite where 1,540 imaging studies were performed over 16 days. This included 469 x-rays, 893 MRIs, and 178 ultrasounds of knees, lumbar spines, ankles, and shoulders, among many other body parts.
The article also provides a timeline of the imaging technology used in the Olympics over the past three decades, and information on the medical equipment used in the Games today.
Learn more in the RSNA news item.