eiXtra | The Newsletter of Electrical Equipment and Medical Imaging Manufacturers
Dec. 18, 2017 Vol. 24  
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Connected Devices Surge

Connected Devices Surge
According to KenRempe, manager of standards and industry relations at Siemens Industry, Inc., connected devices will grow from eight billion to one trillion by 2030, 25 percent of the world’s economy will be digital by 2020. | read more

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PET Imaging Leaps Forward

PET Imaging Leaps Forward
Since the discovery of positron-emitting radionuclides, their use for medical imaging has seen a series of clinical and technical advancements. | read more

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Key Drivers Improving

Key Economic Drivers Improving
Donald R. Leavens, PhD, NEMA vice president and chief economist, began his economic outlook session by noting that key market drivers for the beleaguered core electrical equipment manufacturing sector were improving. | read more

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Visits Underscore Importance of Legislation

Visits Underscore Importance of Legislation
Recent congressional visits to Regal Beloit operations demonstrated the challenges facing manufacturing businesses and showed how legislation can help positively affect manufacturing growth.. | read more

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