17 Nov Tech Digest (11/17/2004)
- Wisconsin bankers first to use anti-theft software
- Rockwell signs agreement to build high-powered generators
- TeraMedica introduces Evercore for data imaging
Wisconsin bankers first to use anti-theft software
The Community Bankers of Wisconsin will be the first state banking association to use Identity Theft 911’s new RB421 program, the company announced on Wednesday at BAI’s Retail Delivery Conference and Expo in Las Vegas. The retainer-based software will be used at more than 200 member banks across the state, creating a web site that offers a library of fraud monitoring information and access to data from suspicious activity reports.
Rockwell signs agreement to build high-powered generators
Rockwell Automation announced on Tuesday that they have signed an agreement with New York-based engineering firm SuperPower to help develop superconducting electric motors for use in high-horsepower industrial and military projects. The project will use SuperPower’s ceramic-based, second-generation coated conductor technology, allowing Rockwell to build lighter and stronger engines.
TeraMedica introduces Evercore for data imaging
Medical informatics company TeraMedica announced on Tuesday they have launched Evercore, a new enterprise system to capture data from imaging devices and store it for further access. The system is designed to add vendor independence so hospitals can choose the most ideal PACS and RIS solutions, create a central repository to eliminate redundancies, and incorporates a SmartStore module to manage the data.