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Matt Vulpis

Matt Vulpis is a fresh out of college writer/journalist, already with a myriad of published articles across a variety of topics and industries. He is very passionate about writing, as well as sports, and television/film. While he enjoys writing articles pertaining to business tech, he wants to one day write a TV show as a head screenwriter. He has a bachelors in journalism with a minor in sports studies from Quinnipiac University.

Digital Twinning is a Team Sport: The Digital Twin Consortium Announces Two Liaison Agreements

With every passing day, digital transformation begins to truly seep into every industry. Innovative new devices and applications are adding ease and efficiency to a myriad of daily processes for businesses of every size, with…

How Microgrid Innovations are Changing the Course of Energy Generation and Distribution

The current electricity grid we’ve set up today is a complex and incredibly important system and one of the most impressive engineering feats of the modern era. It transmits power generated at a variety of…

The Acceleration of Autonomous Systems at the Edge: 5G Fuels Real-Time, Low Latency, Efficient and Valuable Industrial Applications

Today, automation has already transformed industries in which complexity and performance demands must meet the challenges of scarce resources, narrower profit margins, and expanding product volume. And now, thanks to the rapid growth of innovative…

Working From Everywhere and Making Things Work From Anywhere: At The Intersection of IoT and RTC in Industrial Settings

Today we see an ever-expanding range of devices that connect to the internet, as the Internet of Things (IoT) becomes more common and prominent in our everyday lives. These devices range from ordinary household objects…

Supporting The American Economic Comeback, Industrial and Manufacturing Can Transform and Compete with 5G

Over two decades into the new millennium, the digitalization of American life is no longer striking; it is ordinary. Every industry relies on computing, cloud storage, or other digital equipment to sell goods and services,…

An Update on Instrumenting The Energy Industry Using Sensors and Remote Monitoring and Management of the Edge

Today we see an ever-expanding range of devices that connect to the internet, as the internet of things (IoT) becomes more common and prominent in our everyday lives. Many, if not all industries are now…

Automating the Gas Cylinder Industry: Sensible Sensors Drive New Efficiencies

Solving basic challenges associated with distributed energy systems by adding sensors that make it possible to manage hundreds, thousands, or even tens of thousands of pieces of equipment can drive the most value and the…