Month: October 2020

As-built & record drawings

I’m reminded this week about the importance of good close-out documentation for a project.  It’s something we consultants require of the integrators on our jobs, and it’s also something our clients require of us.  In each case it comes late in the project, when attention has turned to solving the last remaining problems and then

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The Lightboard

Every now and then a new technology comes along that’s worthy of note.  Much of what we see are incremental improvements – smaller, cheaper, faster – or new ways of achieving old results (video over IP).  But it’s good to acknowledge novel products or techniques that establish themselves, and one of these is the lightboard

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Technology dead-ends

My web browser’s been telling me for a while about how Adobe Flash won’t be supported after the end of the year, but I haven’t given it much thought.  Some minor inconveniences in accessing certain websites, I figured.  But a newsletter I came across last week reminds me that there’s more to it than this,

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