Author Archives: Van Miller

Tech in the ’30s

Generally, the 1930s conjure up images of The Great Depression, celebrity gangsters and mob bosses. But just as prevalent were technological advances, ranging from food to electronics to entertainment. Now that we’re in the ‘30s, we’ve decided to take a closer look at the decade and the innovations that were born, proving once again that […]

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Business and Education Workforce Force Development

On March 3 of this year, Clemson University held a Business and Education Forum focused on preparing students for the workforce of the future. Mike Derby, Chair PACE, the Program of Alternative Certification for Educators (PACE), opened the forum with comments about PACE and the need for workforce training and education in the Anderson, Pickens […]

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The Broadband Opportunity Council Report: White House Calls for Broadband for All

At the end of September, the White House released proposals to expand and increase the Internet’s speed. It’s a clear message that broadband is not the luxury it once was. The U.S. views the Internet as a necessity, and the government recognizes the need to create a broadband strategy to expand service and improve connection […]

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Technology for 2016

The start of a happy New Year and CES 2016 inspire many to publish their predictions for the top technology trends. There is a flood of articles posted the first week of 2016 related to consumer electronics and we couldn’t help to respond!  At Sealevel, we are also interested in how manufacturing technologies will evolve by the end of this […]

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Sci-Fi Technology is Today’s Reality

Technology once thought to be ultra-futuristic now makes the front page of technology news sites almost daily. We have holograms, hoverboards and wearable tech. And some things, like Star Trek’s original communicators (once thought very futuristic), have become outdated tech to us now in the form of “old school” flip phones. Let’s take a look […]

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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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Factory Floor Connectivity of the Future: The Industrial Internet of Things

Google Glass, Fitbit, and Nest are just a few of the names now familiar to consumers in North America. This year’s Consumer Electronics Show featured demonstrations of an Internet-connected tennis racket and many “smart home” products, from smartphone-tethered light bulbs to door locks and washing machines. These are just a few examples of wearable computers, […]

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Industrial Ethernet: From the Front Office to the Factory Floor

Ethernet networks traditionally connect our workplace environments where laptops and mobile devices are the primary communication tools. Now, Ethernet networks are expanding beyond the office to connect to major monitoring and control systems used in the manufacturing space. Ethernet is an obvious solution for industrial automation applications in part because it is a mature, highly […]

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Crosswell Elementary STEM Club Visits Sealevel Systems Inc.

Crosswell Elementary S.T.E.M. Club visited Sealevel Systems Inc. on Wednesday, April 30, for their monthly After School Outing. The After School Outing is an ongoing program throughout the school year and provides STEM Club students in grades 3 through 5 the opportunity to focus on the areas of teamwork, robotics, public professionalism, research, and developing solutions to real […]

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Sealevel Introduces Remote Monitoring Using a Web Browser

Your smartphone just got smarter. Sealevel Systems, Inc. has developed a way for you to remotely monitor almost any lab or industrial process anywhere you can access the Internet. Using the browser on your smartphone, tablet or laptop, you can log into your work or home network and monitor ongoing processes—a production line or security […]

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