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30 Nov 16: "Lighten" electronics well received
 
We received encouraging feedback to our column last week on the concept of making pulp and paper electronics "lighter." In this case, we are referring to the jumbled mess of physical components as well as software nightmares that many mills are experiencing these days.

Some of the stories are truly frightening.

We are exploring the idea of developing a dedicated committee of mill operations; software and hardware providers; and academics to tackle this problem.

We are seeking expressions of interest in participating in such an endeavor.  If you will click here, you will be taken to a survey where you can express your interest.

Thanks in advance for your cooperation.
 
with "LGMI Frontiers" in the subject line. 

  
As always, your comments will be appreciated.
 
 


Think light!

Brian Brogdon, Ph.D.
Executive Director

or

Jim Thompson
Founder
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