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Inside Bose's secret research lab

Bose has always taken great pride in its technical innovations and the quality of its products. But new CEO Bob Maresca is betting on a new approach to get Bose to the next level: telling people what this secretive company is all about.

By February 3, 2016


Heavy vehicle operators in short supply? Use robots and drones instead (Tomorrow Daily 257)

Because of the country's aging population, Japanese construction company Komatsu isn't finding trained equipment operators as of late for their projects. It solved its own problem by creating a service featuring drone-guided, robotics-controlled industrial vehicles.

By October 13, 2015


Japanese construction firm using robotic bulldozers guided by drones (Tomorrow Daily 257)

Ashley discusses a construction company's futuristic solution to Japan's aging population, two Brazilian VJs using tricycles loaded with audio-visual gear to entertain citizens and an electrical engineering professor who invented a pollution-absorbing bikini.

By October 13, 2015


How to buy the best convertible

Convertibles are all about fresh air, fun and freedom. Here's how to find the one that's right for you.

By January 29, 2016


GoldieBlox: Construction toy gets girls into engineering early

Step aside, Lego Friends. GoldieBlox is doing construction toys for girls the right way by combining stories with building skills and keeping the color pink down to reasonable level.

By September 19, 2012


Solar village begins to bloom on National Mall

Architecture and engineering students are finishing construction of green homes powered only by the sun for the Solar Decathlon competition in Washington.

By October 7, 2009


Crane using InterWorld B2B software

InterWorld, a provider of enterprise commerce software, said Tuesday that Crane Supply, a division of Crane Canada and a subsidiary of Crane Co., is using InterWorld Commerce Suite to build its business-to-business network. Crane Supply is Canada's leading distributor of pipes, valves and fittings, selling to mechanical contractors, industrial plants, fabricators and engineering procurement and construction companies. InterWorld builds software that enables sales channel management, customer relationship management and integration.

May 15, 2001


Citadon names new president, CEO

Citadon said Tuesday that Bernard Fried has been named president and CEO, effective immediately. Fried joins the San Francisco-based e-commerce company, which has created software for more than 1,400 building and engineering projects, from the Bechtel Group, one of the world's largest privately owned global engineering and construction companies. During his four-year tenure at Bechtel, Fried was the CFO for Bechtel Enterprises, the finance, development and ownership arm of the Bechtel Group. Prior to joining Bechtel, he held multiple finance positions in several different countries for ABB, most notably as global vice president for corporate finance in Zurich, ABB's Swiss head office. Rob Majteles, Citadon's interim president and CEO, will continue to serve as company chairman.

April 3, 2001


Drawing up Net services for architects, engineers

Cubus, a two-year old Internet firm founded by former Autodesk employees, develops software which simplifies some of the time-consuming processes in the construction, engineering, and architecture worlds.

July 8, 1999


CSC scores U.S. Navy contract

Professional services giant Computer Sciences won a U.S. Navy computer services contract worth approximately $500 million over a 15-year period. CSC becomes one of 21 companies that will work on an estimated $14.5 billion project to provide professional support services to the Naval Sea Systems Command (NAVSEA) and its affiliated offices. For its part in the project, CSC, based in El Segundo, Calif., will provide engineering, program management and financial management services to support NAVSEA through various phases of ship and weapon systems cycles including technology development, design, construction, production and maintenance. Work will be performed by CSC's Defense Group and involves about 250 employees working on the project in several U.S. states. CSC, which has recently nabbed a number of services contracts in the government sector, said it is teaming with 33 small businesses to help support the project.

September 5, 1996