Podcast by Annex Business Media
Setting a new safety standard for mobile robots
This episode of Machine Language features an interview with Melonee Wise, CEO of Fetch Robotics, who discusses key features of the new ANSI standard for industrial mobile robots. Wise discusses what R15.08 means for mobile robot manufacturers, end users and the market, plus misconceptions about mobile robot safety.
How pizzerias can integrate their own in-house digital tools with third-party services
In this episode of the Canadian Pizza Podcast, editor Colleen Cross talks with Mo Chaar, Chief Commercial Officer of Givex, about how in-house digital systems can work well with third-party delivery services to give you as an operator more control over customer service and loyalty.
This podcast is sponsored by Givex. Givex is the number one provider of POS solutions, management systems, gift cards, loyalty and analytics to restaurants, retail and quick-service restaurant industries.
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Safe Zone: Industry safety standards for overhead cranes
Overhead cranes play a significant role in the production capability for many companies, and can become an operational risk without a compliance-based inspection. Doug Clark and Kevin Toms of Hoisting Ltd. explore aspects of compliance, safety and productivity, and also unpack best practices when it comes to inspections.
The NIFSC project and Indigenous fire safety
Len Garis, director of research for the National Indigenous Fire Safety Council project, shares how the NIFSC is helping fire safety for First Nations. Garis talks with Fire Chief Tom DeSorcy about the problem of insufficient data on First Nations communities and the mission to develop better research and services for Indigenous people.
Sciemetric dives into their new Studio 2.0, software meant to aid in Industry 4.0’s adoption
Click to listen to an interview with David Mannila, Product Manager for TASI Product Integrity, talking about the Studio 2.0, how far along the adoption of Industry 4.0 tools are, and how data and automation can help manufacturers become more efficient on production lines.
Blue Line, The Podcast: Peel Regional Police launch IPV Unit
Peel Regional Police recently launched a new Intimate Partner Violence Unit to address the growing number of domestic violence incidents in the area. The service aims to break down silos by working closely with other community service providers. The unit is based on the Family Justice Centre model, where various agencies offer services for survivors of family violence in the same location. Officers from the unit will be available seven days per week, around the clock, to address all calls related to intimate partner and family disputes, which are among the top four call types in Peel.
This episode feature PRP Deputy Chief Nick Milinovich and Detective Constable Kathy Kulbak. They join Blue Line editor Brieanna Charlebois for a conversation about the unit, its success so far and their plans for the future.