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Quality Digest Live -- July 28, 2017

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Teaching STEAM Skills to Deaf Kids Using Drones and 3D Printing.

Lessons From the Merchants of Venice.

Quality 4.0
Plus: An interview with Dan Jacob, research analyst at LNS Research

Considering a Move to a Pure-Cloud QMS?
Plus: An interview with Sophia Finn, director of Vault QualityOne

 


Quality Digest Live -- July 21, 2017

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A look at the CMSC Measurement and Education Zones with Jerome-Alexandre Lavoie of Creaform and Matthew Ilardo of Brookhaven National Laboratory.

An interview with Gary Confalone, CEO and President of ECM Global Measurement Solutions and incoming chairperson of the Coordinate Metrology Society.

Tech Corner: ATOS Capsule by Capture 3D


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Quality Digest Live -- June 30, 2017

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Space junk: The cluttered frontier

Medieval Medical Books Could Hold the Recipe for New Antibiotics

The Traveling Ohno Circle

CMSC Corner: An interview with CMSC Executive Committee chairman Keith Bevan

 


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By: Mike Richman

The June 2, 2017, episode of QDL focused on the rites of Spring, from farming improvements through a new drone standard (thanks, ISO) to the annual announcement of Baldrige Award applicants. Plus, we threw you a little manufacturing red meat from Hexagon and Ford. Take a look:

Precision Farming Takes Off

ISO 21384 is a standard in progress to address the specifications, procedures, and processes for unmanned drone aircraft. What’s that got to do with farming? Well, these small craft are perfect for mapping, measuring, and analyzing agricultural fields in a fraction of the time that it would take farmers to do the same work.

2017 Baldrige Award Applications Have Arrived

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