Industries of Tomorrow
A Blog by Cemtrex, Inc.
Jonathan Rudolph | April 11, 2019
A typical employee workstation has a minimum of at least six wired devices. This means the employee has over twenty meters of exposed cabling around their workstation. In this article, we will discuss why messy and tangled wires are actually harming, killing, and halting the overall workplace productivity.
Alassane Soumare | January 31, 2019
As both virtual and augmented reality (VR & AR) platforms are gaining a drastic surge in popularity, it’s only natural that their focus would expand from the entertainment industry to a wider net into other fields.
Alassane Soumare | January 25, 2019
The Consumer Electronic Show (CES) wrapped up again a few weeks ago and just how the various fashion weeks around the world steer the course for their respective industry, CES has set the tech trends for the upcoming year and beyond.
Alassane Soumare | November 15, 2018
Once upon a time, virtual reality was but a simple, albeit exciting promise of the future. This very promise was a glimpse of experiences we couldn't necessarily attain easily and thrills we only wished for in our wildest dreams.
Ronald Monte | November 1, 2018
A paperless workplace goes beyond paper specifically. It also applies to less in your way and fewer devices in need of connecting. Here are the benefits of making the switch, and how today's technology means making it happen is easier than ever.
Ronald Monte | October 18, 2018
Of course, touchscreen technology isn't a brand-new innovation. But it has recently evolved from a cool feature to a near-essential tool, as it can make digital navigation easier, faster, and more intuitive, all while decluttering our surroundings. Here's why that matters.
Ronald Monte | October 11, 2018
Wireless technology solves a lot of problems that are often associated with wired charging capabilities. In this article, we will address the many problems associated with the use of wired charging and why it has become antiquated and less effective in the wireless age we currently live in.