Bogdan "Bob" Fedorciow, an international technology business veteran, has
joined transportation management system company Eyefreight as executive vice
president of international business operations.
Fedorciow brings more than 25 years of experience and lead international
sales efforts related to enterprise software, Eyefreight said Wednesday.
Ken Fleming, Eyefreight CEO, said Fedorciow will bring leadership and
industry knowledge to help drive growth for the company and its TMS
Fedorciow most recently served as vice president of international segment at
Cast Iron Systems and Antenna Software before IBM and Pega Systems bought the
He served in executive leadership roles to lead international sales
operations and management for enterprise software businesses such as JDA and
Previously, Fedorciow also served as country manag... (more)
An IBM team of scientists used a luminescent polymer to demonstrate the
concept of Bose-Einstein condensation, which the company says could lead to
advances in building quantum computers.
Researchers aim to develop a computing system that makes use of
optoelectronic architecture to process big data 50 times faster than existing
technology, IBM said Tuesday.
During an experiment, polymer film-light interaction formed bosons that IBM
scientists believe can be used to create optically interconnected
"It's really a beautiful example of quantum mechanics where one can... (more)
NASA has introduced an online tool for businesses and individual users to
secure license for their new inventions built through using NASA research.
The QuickLaunch tool, designed at NASA’s Silicon Valley, Calif.-based
research center, works to help users gain access to NASA’s portfolio
technologies in order to develop commercial products and process licenses,
NASA said Nov. 25.
Daniel Lockney, NASA technology transfer program executive based in
Washington, said the agency intends for the licensing tool to grow efforts to
share NASA’s technologies with the U.S. industry and consu... (more)
In a column published Monday on Forbes, Loren Thompson of the Lexington
Institute looks at some of BAE Systems Inc.'s recent defense services
contract wins and writes this indicates the company's push to increase its
services market presence as weapons purchases slow down due to budget cuts.
Thompson writes that Linda Hudson, CEO of BAE's U.S. subsidiary, forecasts
the defense market becoming as focused on services as the commercial market
because military customers are increasingly demanding items for areas such as
healthcare, data storage and vehicle maintenance.
Hudson wanted ... (more)
The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency is seeking the development of a
unmanned aerial vehicle that is able to launch satellites into space,
according to a UPI article.
"We want to build off of proven technologies to create a reliable,
cost-effective space delivery system with one-day turnaround," said Jess
Sponable, DARPA program manager heading the development project.
"How it's configured, how it gets up and how it gets back are pretty much all
on the table -- we're looking for the most creative yet practical solutions
possible," he added.
Darpa wants the drone to be r... (more)