Innovation News from Around the Web
- Trust In Innovation
The 2015 Edelman Trust Barometer was the firm’s 15th annual exploration of trust. The company surveyed 33,000 people (27,000 General Public and 6,000 Informed Public respondents) in 27 countries around the world on their trust in the institutions of government, media, business and NGOs.
- Are Microgrids the Answer to Utility Power Outages?
Hurricane Matthew hit the Florida Coast in 2016 with powerful winds, torrential rains, and devastating storm surges. Winds topped over 100 MPH and left over 1 million people without power, which may not return for days. With such powerful storms becoming the norm, many people are beginning to wonder what can be ...
- Top 5 Olympic Innovations
The Olympics are known for elite athletes showcasing their talents as the world watches. Host cities work feverishly to build new infrastructures and secure networks to enhance the viewing experience while companies work around the clock to create the next hot gadget to enhance athlete performance.
Since the summer Olympics are ...
- Top 3 “Green” Innovations from the 2013 Edison Awards
Implementing the three R’s – reduce, reuse, and recycle—greatly enhance environmental health. From recycling old electronics to building waste-free facilities, many 2013 Edison Award Winners exemplified innovation in sustainability.
As we look forward to the 2017 Edison Awards season, let’s take a look back with our Edison flashback at these leaders ...
- The Driving Force Behind Smart Cities : Innovation
Recently, the U.S. Department of Transportation awarded Columbus, OH a $40 million grant to assist in upgrading its current infrastructure to one of a smart city, and according to a recent The Daily Beast article, more and more cities are working feverishly to transform their current infrastructures as well.
But what ...