Fund, Grow and Prosper:

Eight Factors that Impact International Project Finance

By Michael Adebisi

        For our world economies to grow and prosper, it is imperative that stakeholders understand the context, complexities, and risks of international project finance. Project finance is the financing of long-term infrastructure, industrial projects and public services based upon a non-recourse or limited recourse financial structure in which project debt and equity used to finance the project are [hopefully] paid back from the cash flow generated by the project.

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Compelling Value:

Bridging the Skills Gap with Smart Glasses

By Brian Ballard

As we move into a new era of manufacturing, some say that technology is reducing the importance of people. In fact, people are more important than ever. Hands-on production workers are the point of integration between data and equipment. And yet, few industrial companies are making investments to empower their people with the skills they need to contribute increased value to the business.

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Virtually Improved

Augmented reality systems can transform training. By Paul Ryznar

For manufacturers and assemblers everywhere, efficiency, quality, speed and safety are the holy grails. Finding new ways to train employees and streamline existing processes in a way that makes progress toward those goals is a universal priority that extends across different manufacturing segments. With that in mind, it is unsurprising that new applications for augmented reality technology are gaining significant traction–specifically with respect to training.

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