Laird In The News
The expert viewpoints of Adam Alevy, Laird's Vice President of Technology for the Infrastructure Antenna Systems group, are highlighted in an article published by Telecome Ramblings regarding "The Connected Stadium."
In it Alevy points out incremental sources of revenue for sports franchises and venue owners thanks to the flexibility offered by a robust wireless infrastructure. The article points out that everyting from advertising to in-seat-ordering can be made more dynamic and personalized to maximize the experience for the fan as well as the revenue stream for the venue.
Laird's Infrastructure Antenna Systems enable this more connected world making these new...Read More
Laird's continuing mission is to connect and protect electronics around the world. A sports arena filled with tens of thousands of smart phones, credit card terminals, and interactive screens fits this mission perfectly.
Recently Laird's VP of Technology for the Infrastructure Antenna group was published in the globally recognized news outlet RCR Wireless. With an average monthly audience of over 300,000 viewers, RCR Wireless reaches engineers, consultants, and service providers around the world.
In the article Alevy talks about the challenges associated with bringing reliable connectivity to an environment packed with wireless devices all competing for bandwidth. He also...Read More
In a September 2015 article titled '4 Of My Favourite Stocks', the website "Interactive Investor" mentions Laird PLC as an "appealing income play" along with companies like AstraZeneca plc, and Mears Group plc.
London based, "Interactive Investor" is an award-winning, online investment service for retail investors.
In this article, originally authored by US-based investment website "The Motely Fool", the author states that "in the long-run, high quality companies tend to deliver excellent share price performance."... Read More
Korea based technology news source "Display Plus" featured Laird's PCR (Polymerase Chain Reaction) Cycler Evaluation Kit on it's website that is visited by thousands of readers each month.
The feature says that Laird is "lowering the barriers-to-entry and increasing service differentiation for both manufacturers and solution providers of medical equipment" with the release of this product.
Lairds PCR Cycler Evaluation Kit enables faster, more accurate results for the DNA replication process. This is a process often utilized when detecting or diagnosing hereditary diseases, during forensic analysis, and even paternity testing.
Anders Kottenauer, Senior Vice...Read More
Thomson Reuters, the worlds largest international multimedia news agency, included Laird's latest public safety antennas in its global news feed reaching tens of millions of potential readers.
The news mentions how Laird's Ceiling Mount Single-port (CMS) Public Safety Antennas offer industry leading frequency performance that ensures more reliable communications and greater connectivity for emergency responders.
The post states "radio communications can be unreliable inside large and small facilities, multi-floor and high-rise office buildings, apartment complexes and public venues" which can cause communications to be dropped.
This lack of "reliable...Read More
The respected, U.K. based subscription news publication, Automotive World, published a contributed article by Laird automotive expert, Matt Van Dam.
The article discusses the implications to safety and efficiency if all vehicles and roadway infrastructure were connected and able to share important information.
Van Dam writes, "The challenge is that, network-connected cars and highways will operate in a far more complex radio frequency (RF) environment, which will require robust end-to-end infrastructure that enables immediate processing of life-...Read More
The popular 'World Mining' magazine featured Laird's mining expert, Eric Brouillette in an article about underground connectivity.
The article talks about how Laird products can help improve the safety and efficiency of workers above and below ground.
"The best wireless solution," according to the article, "combines conventional two-way radio technology with high-speed data transmission. This allows mining management, superviosors, and mine workers to communicate by voice and data, but it also provides consistent, reliable signal strength above and...Read More
The AA-230 cooler from Laird's Engineered Thermal Solutions group is getting global attention after the product launched in June.
Madrid, Spain based 'Diarioelectronicohoy.com' is a growing publication for professionals in the technology industry.
The publication writes, "because of its innovative design, Laird’s new AA-230’s steady state construction requires less maintenance than standard compressor based air conditioners. It also creates energy savings by maintaining the appropriate temperature range using less energy than standard air-to-air...Read More
Laird's innovative solutions for the automotive industry, specifically the connected car, grabbed headlines in a global publication.
EFYTimes reaches millions of people across the globe and is known for reporting about cutting-edge technologies.
The publication ran an article regarding Laird's acceptance into the U.S. Department of Transportation's Affiliated Test Bed Program.
The article states that, "Through this program Laird will take part in early phases of testing and support the transition of connected vehicle technology from research to deployment."
The article also quotes Laird's Senior Vice president of Telematics, Steve Brown as saying, "We are...Read More
Global publisher, Diplay Plus, released a post in Korea saying that Laird antennas are improving the passenger experience at the Taoyuan International Airport in Taiwan.
The article talks about how Laird antennas create a more reliable signal for the 15 million passengers every year utilizing 4G/ LTE communications as they travel through the airport.
It also quotes Senior Vice President of Infrastructure Antenna Solutions for Laird, Monty Rohde as stating, "Multi-port functionality means fewer antennas are needed to provide excellent coverage and throughput because of their ability to transmit and receive cellular and...Read More