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SICK is presenting a worldwide innovation with the outdoorScan3

February 27, 2019

Sponsored content With the outdoorScan3 safety laser scanner, SICK is now entering the outdoor areas of industrial environments. With this product, SICK has closed another gap in the complete automation of industrial processes and strengthened the functioning collaboration between humans

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New year, new approach

February 6, 2019

The Energy Sector, by Ian Verhappen   We all view the start of each year as a fresh start with new hope. After the challenges of 2018 – including the lowest price for Canadian oil in history, another stall on

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Pulp Fiction – Paper Fact

January 11, 2019

By Donald Horne Pulp and paper. It is one of the pillars that Canada was built on – but for a large segment of the public, the industry is mistakenly viewed as an environmental hazard. The reality is – paper

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Artificial Intelligence and the Oil Sands

November 30, 2018

By Don Horne ProcessWest magazine sat down with Alex Robart, CEO of Ambyint, to look at the burgeoning field of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in the oil sector, and how this technology can take the oil sands to the next level.

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Short rotation woody crops could save us from disaster

November 14, 2018

By Tony Kryzanowski When the trees start to fall next month at the Ellerslie Short Rotation Woody Crop Technical Development Site in Edmonton, Alta., will anyone in the pulp and paper sector or government care? Short rotation woody crops (SRWC)

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Do you know the top 10 OSHA citations?

October 23, 2018

Preventable injuries and illnesses in the workplace are among the most worrisome issues you deal with. Knowing the most common safety standard violations can help you minimize risk, limit exposure. and increase your peace of mind. Number one is Fall

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Can digital technology solve the bust/boom cycle for the oil sands sector?

September 28, 2018

By Ernest Granson   Owner-operators in the oil and gas sector in Western Canada must feel they are navigating in unfamiliar, and even hostile, waters. The economics of production have been overturned in recent years, and chances are they will