February 2017 |   Volume: 49 |   Number: 2
The member magazine of the Institute of Industrial and Systems Engineers
Georgia’s Navicent Health EMS managed to cut response time and stabilize staff levels by deploying a black belt project for continuous improvement.
It’s all about inclusivity for an industrial designer who uses human factors and the latest technology to develop exercise equipment.
Get priorities straight with this unique approach that uses visual communication to coordinate improvement projects across any organization.
IIoT expands manufacturing automation into new frontiers by connecting industrial systems in ways that make them smarter.
Black belt project levels staffing, cuts response time and answers more callsBy Casey Bedgood
Ryan Eder, CEO and founder of IncludeFitness, uses universal design to develop exercise equipment with inclusivity in mindBy Cassandra Johnson
Making it visual can help your organization create prioritized project pipelinesBy Fabrice Bouchereau
Measurement can change behavior and lead to new business models
By Dan Yarmoluk
The classic dilemma of where to manufacture
Accept the risk ... or reduce the risk
Why free trade isn’t
When it’s big data and when it’s not
The February issue includes details about the featured speakers at this year's Applied Ergonomics Conference and what to look forward to at the at the Healthcare Systems Process Improvement Conference, both in March; details about this year's International IISE Conference and more information about IISE Annual Conference keynote speakers; as well as updates on the most recent IISE workshop and the founding of the new IISE Energy Systems Division.
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"The internet of things (IoT) is not only up in the cloud, as the power of data and analytics can be delivered right to a smartphone in an operator’s or owner’s hand, changing how business is done forever."
– Dan Yarmoluk, author of "The industrial IoT can monitor critical machinery" in the February issue
Mark Wallace with UPS discusses why his job is the coolest job for an industrial engineer in this December 2014 Web exclusive.
Members of the IISE Atlanta Chapter appear in this October 2014 video to discuss the value of a revitalizing the chapter.
IE interviews the three co-directors of Georgia Tech’s Center for Health and Humanitarian Logistics.