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Immensa and an Overview of Additive Manufacturing

Immensa, a platform developer in the energy sector, is devoted to utilizing modern technologies to revolutionize the oil and gas spare parts supply chain. One of these advanced tools is 3D printing, which you may be familiar with. Referred to in industrial manufacturing as additive layer manufacturing (ALM) or additive manufacturing (AM), 3D printing is a method regulated by computers that construct three-dimensional objects through the layering...

Yubo Uses a State-Of-The-Art Method to Ensure Its Users Are at Least 18 Years Old.

The company is also working on creating a system that checks if a particular user is over 18 and then verifies that the user is not. The company has also partnered with the parent company of Snapchat to provide a platform for the parent company's children to interact with their parents. In addition, the firm plans to use Machine learning and AI to enhance the overall user experience. Users can choose to receive notifications when their photos or...

Dr. Chris Brummer Founder and President

Brummer is the founder and president of PDI Strategies, a global consulting firm specializing in researching, analyzing, and implementing trade and investment policy and agreements. He is a senior fellow at the Peterson Institute for International Economics, a former vice president at the Council of the Americas, and a former associate in the Trade and Investment Group at the law firm DLA Piper. His research has appeared in leading academic...

Molekule uses a PECO filter

These days it is not too far off to say that the air we breathe is filled with gases and chemicals. Areas with higher traffic contain higher amounts of pollution. The cars that we drive to make our commutes and errands easier add to the pollution by emitting hydrocarbons, carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide, and volatile compounds. Vehicle emissions are just one source of pollution. There are many more events responsible for adding to the air...