Sealevel High School Interns Prepare for Graduation

As part of our ongoing commitment to education in Pickens County, Sealevel partnered with the Pickens County Career and Technology Center (PCCTC) to create student internships during the 2014–2015 school year for five high school seniors. Three PCCTC seniors were part of Project Lead the Way and two were from the Mechatronics Program. While Sealevel […]

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“How Will You Be Paying?” The History & Future of Mobile Payments

Walk into any Starbucks this morning and order a grande caramel latte. How do you pay? If you use the Starbucks app on your smartphone, you’re in good company. Over 12 million Starbucks customers pay with the app at the rate of about 7.5 million transactions per week. In 2015, mobile payments are growing in […]

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Long Live the King: Music Legend B.B. King

The music world lost a legend today. B.B. King worked harder, played more gigs, and probably influenced more would-be musicians, world-wide than anyone else, ever. He will be missed. I went to his hometown museum in Indianola, MS. It was so moving, seeing and hearing about all the good he had done for folks. I […]

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“You’re My Only Hope!” The Latest in Hologram Technology

Whether it’s Princess Leia imploring Obi-Wan for help, Data masquerading as Sherlock Holmes in the Holodeck, or Tony Stark (Iron Man) projecting 3D images in his basement laboratory, holograms have mostly remained a sci-fi dream. Until now. In January, Microsoft revealed HoloLens, a Windows 10 computer headset that creates integrative HD holographic projections right in front […]

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Team Sealevel Raises Over $12,700 for March of Dimes

For the second year in a row, Sealevel Systems participated in the Pickens County March of Dimes. Sealevel was a co-presenting sponsor of the event, along with Baptist Easley, and Sealevel CEO Tom O’Hanlan served as co-chair. At a kickoff breakfast held at the end of February, Tom challenged Sealevel employees to raise as much […]

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How Have Teachers Inspired You?

Today is National Teacher Day, and at Sealevel, we know how important this profession is. We spend anywhere from 13 to 17 years (or more for higher degrees) in the education system, and our teachers play a big part in our lives. Some teachers, however, go above and beyond the standard curriculum, and can leave […]

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Meet Three Women Advocates for STEM

March was Women’s History Month, but we all know 31 days isn’t enough time to celebrate the accomplishments of any group. Not even one that’s underrepresented, like women in science, technology, engineering and mathematics jobs. Allow us to introduce you to three women who not only excel in STEM fields but advocate for science, technology, […]

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Sealevel CEO Helps Educate Future Medical Entrepreneurs

SCBIO, an organization that supports the advancement of South Carolina’s life science industry, sponsored a workshop on April 9 in Florence, SC for inventors and entrepreneurs interested in creating their own businesses within the medical device field. The workshop event, Starting Up Medical Devices, was held at the Southern Institute of Manufacturing and Technology (SiMT), […]

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3D Printers in STEM Education

Twice as many 3D printers were on display at the International Consumer Electronics Show last month compared to the event in 2014. The emerging technology fascinates with what it can already do—from printing food, cars, and even body parts. If you think that techies are the only ones using this technology, think again. We here […]

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Automation and Robotics: The Future of Business

At January 2015’s Consumer Electronics Show (CES), we saw (and discussed in a recent blog) that one indisputable technology trend is the Internet of Things. Another take away from the show’s displays is the integration of automation and robotics with our everyday lives. BMW showcased their Remote Valet Parking Assistant – a car that valet […]

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