Author Archives: Katherine Elrod

Reducing the Regulatory Burden with IIoT

The regulatory burden is a fact for every industry, from hospitality to manufacturing. It’s time-consuming and expensive to fill out reports, and the cost of compliance seems to increase every year. However, breaching regulations could be the end of your business. So, can technology make things easier for business owners? The answer is a resounding […]

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Five Nations Leading the Renewable Revolution

One by one, the nations of the world are switching from fossil fuels to renewable energy sources. For some, it’s a matter of environmental protection; for others, it’s about seeking energy independence. Either way, the change is happening, with around a quarter of the world’s energy coming from renewable sources. The U.S. creates a huge […]

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Digital Twins: A Vital Tool for Big Industry

The Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) will create huge amounts of data which can be used to improve productivity and lower costs. This is a heartening statement for upper management who love spreadsheets, but what does it mean for the people doing hands-on, practical work? For example, what about the factory manager or technician who […]

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Four Pillars for Successful IIoT Implementation

The Internet of Things (IoT) has huge implications for manufacturing and industry. Being able to monitor and remotely control every part of a factory or other industrial facility means being able to vastly improve efficiency; and the insights gained from all that data can help to drive innovation, creating new products and new markets. The […]

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6 Exciting Tech Breakthroughs of 2016

This has been another year of remarkable advances in tech. Technologies such as 3D printing, Internet of Things and cloud computing are all coming to maturation, changing life for consumers and businesses across the world. 2016 has also seen some new frontiers opening up, with exciting breakthroughs in the world of computers, electricity and biomedicine. […]

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Sealevel National Convention 2016

Sealevel was proud to host our first Sealevel National Convention (SNC) in September. Our manufacturing representative partnerships are a relatively new sales component and this was a perfect opportunity to collaborate together and educate them on key differentiators. Reps came from across the United States and Canada to get to know Sealevel. Sealevel president Ben […]

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IoT, IIoT, Industry 4.0: What’s the difference and does it matter?

Internet of Things. Industrial Internet of Things. Industry 4.0. While related, these terms are not interchangeable. Each entity has a different set of stakeholders, goals and implications. Let’s start with IoT. There is some speculation about the first use of Internet of Things (IoT) as the term to describe the interworking of devices but most […]

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Sealevel’s Olympic Champion

We’ve got Olympic fever. Water cooler conversations revolve around swimming, gymnastics, soccer and even fencing. Flat screens stream the latest coverage and you hear an occasional cheer from the break room. We’re particularly interested in the water sports as we have one of our own spending a lot of time in the pool. That’s right, […]

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Sealevel: Proudly Celebrating 30 Years in Pickens County

Technology has changed a lot in 30 years. If you were a kid back in 1986, you might have found yourself writing to Santa Claus for the hottest new console, the Sega Master System. Those who were a little older back then might have been asking Santa for one of the brand new Compaq 386s, […]

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Embracing Innovation Since 1986

You are headed out of town on vacation. As you leave, stop by the gas station and walk in to pay with cash before pumping. Don’t forget to grab film for the camera, a new roadmap, and a few VHS tapes for the kids to enjoy once you reach your destination. You’ve got the bag […]

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