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Autonomous description for clarity [Infographic]

Posted by Amy Thibault on Jul 13, 2018 12:16:14 PM

Everywhere you read now you see Autonomous references; self driving cars, driver-assist, automatic braking, parallel parking, and more. Autonomous is now mainstream, and the terms people use to discuss it can quickly become unclear.

What some people call ‘Autonomy’ others label ‘Automation’—and vice versa. Even at Zedi we occasionally hear the words interchanged, creating confusion for customers, and our own team. To communicate with clarity (one of our Zedi Values) – we’ve defined our terms. [Infographic]

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The top 3 production tools

Posted by Amy Thibault on Jun 12, 2018 11:44:47 AM

If you like to grow plants, you know that there are three main things they require for growth: water, sunshine and good soil. If you supply all these, your plants will grow healthy and strong, putting out new leaves and colorful blossoms in their season.

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We ask because we care!

Posted by Amy Thibault on Apr 30, 2018 12:08:36 PM

There’s always a reason for the season. Every season in our lives has a reason; regained focus with the crisp, fall temperatures, the cold winter nights provides more rest, re-newed beauty and the growth of Spring remind us of possibilities, and the moments of total relaxation in the Summer soaking up the sun revive our spirit and soul.

Our annual Zedi Customer Experience Survey has a reason and a season too; every year we pause for a moment and measure how successful our efforts have been, and where we need to improve to ensure our team is focused on the right innovations, and the best possible solutions for our customers so they can become more productive, more profitable and more sustainable.

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What's the point of a survey?

Posted by Amy Thibault on Nov 28, 2017 2:27:38 PM

I’m one of those strange people that will be wide awake in the middle of the night working on a project that I’m far too excited about doing to think about stopping for sleep.  I’ve been known to stay up for days on end to meet deadlines, while drinking way too much tea, and chatting with my cat.  My fingers move like lightening jumping around my keyboard, trying to get all my ideas out of my head before they disappear into the sunrise.

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IIoT to get all humans and machines on the same page

Posted by Amy Thibault on Aug 28, 2017 11:33:06 AM

What if we could help you know about production issues instantly—anywhere in the world? 
What if all pertinent personnel got that information in an easy-to-read dashboard at the same time? 

What if that same information system helped valves and pumps self-monitor so they required less oversight?

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