Susan Eustis

Recent Posts by Susan Eustis:

Optical Modulators Poised for Explosive Market Growth

Major tech companies have experienced rapid innovation over the past decade — and a unique technology known as an optical modulator will enable continued innovation in the future by supporting the capacity of mega data centers, which power a host of digital activities such as online commerce, streaming video, social networking, and cloud services.

Topics: Computer Hardware & Networking Industry Insights

The Growing Prevalence of Sports Analytics in 2018

Sports analytics change everything related to professional athletics: recruiting, play, coaching, and marketing. The ability to see change at a granular level gives more control to those managing players and teams.

Topics: Industry Insights Travel & Leisure Software & Enterprise Computing

Oxygen in a Can: Why Recreational Oxygen Is Gaining Traction

Consumer oxygen is used by football players and movie stars. Professional athletes generally use supplemental recreational oxygen to help recover from stress in the body due to exertion.

The oxygen seems to help recovery, give more stamina, and provide an energy boost when needed. You see football players use it on the bench in between stints on the field. 

Topics: Heavy Industry Materials & Chemicals Industry Insights

New Augmented Reality Apps Change the Way People Use Smartphones

Augmented reality is getting a huge market thrust from Apple and Google after its initial success with Pokemon GO. Google and Apple are using augmented reality (AR) in their new devices and have embedded AR into current online software.

Augmented reality markets are positioned to further modify consumer thinking and consumer behavior, create new user experiences, and generate thousands of opportunities for businesses to reach potential customers in a more immediate manner than is now possible.   

Topics: Software & Enterprise Computing Industry Insights

Artificial Intelligence in Cars: What to Expect from 2017 to 2021

Self-driving cars represent the next generation of personal vehicles. Self-driving cars with artificial intelligence are starting to be used in 2017 and will gain more use in 2018.

By 2021, all the new personal vehicles being sold will have autonomous capability, which has the potential to increase performance and safety dramatically. 

Topics: Transportation & Shipping Software & Enterprise Computing Industry Insights