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October 2001 Products of the Week
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ABB Contributes $100,000 to American Red Cross Fund
ABB Inc., the U.S. arm of global technology company ABB based in Norwalk, Conn., recently pledged $100,000 to the American Red Cross Disaster Relief Fund
Terrorism Experts Speak at ASIS Seminar
More than 15,000 security professionals attended a seminar on terrorism Oct. 3, sponsored by the American Society for Industrial Security (ASIS), Alexandria,
Fixed Wireless Growing Fast in Unlicensed Spectrum
The fixed wireless sector is doing well in the unlicensed band, according to Unlicensed Spectrum, a report from Allied Business Intelligence (ABI), Oyster
ABC Applauds Decision To Make Oklahoma a Right-to-Work State
Associated Builders and Contractors (ABC), Washington, D.C., recently applauded Oklahoma voters for approving a right-to-work referendum Sept. 25. In
Toro and Orion Partner on Lighting Project that Saves $80,000
When the Toro Co. decided to retrofit its 300,000-sq-ft Tomah, Wis. facility, energy-efficient lighting topped its list of desired improvements. After
CITEL and Committee T1 Sign Standards Agreement
The Inter-American Telecommunication Commission (CITEL), an agency of the Organization of American States (OAS) responsible for telecommunications standardization
GE Lighting Enhances E-Catalog on GELighting.com
GE Lighting, Cleveland, recently introduced several new features to the e-Catalog portion of its Web site, GELighting.com—allowing customers faster and
EPRI Develops New Technology for Monitoring Hydroelectric Generators
Developed as a collaborative effort between EPRI, the New York Power Authority (NYPA), and Iris Power Engineering, HydroTrac, an on-line partial discharge
Schneider Electric Previews Asset Management Strategy for Puerto Rican Pharmaceutical Customers
More than 67 of Puerto Rico's pharmaceutical manufacturing leaders gathered in San Juan recently to preview Schneider Electric's "Electrical Asset Management"
NFPA Fall Education Conference Set for November
Featuring more than 40 fire and life safety seminars, the 2001 National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) Fall Education Conference will be held Nov.
GE Fanuc Acquires VMIC
A division of GE Industrial Systems, GE Fanuc Automation North America, Inc., Charlottesville, Va., recently finalized the acquisition of Huntsville,
Electrical Industry Answers Call for Support in Light of Recent Terrorist Attacks
ABC Sets Up National Relief Fund in Wake of National Tragedy; Member Firm Awarded Contract to Rebuild Pentagon Associated Builders and Contractors, Washington,
Computers for Construction Conference Comes to Philly
Bringing together manufacturers and users of new construction technology, the Computers for Construction 2001 conference will descend on the Pennsylvania
EGSA Fall Conference Canceled
In light of the tragic events in New York and Washington D.C., as well as concerns about flight schedule reliability and safety, EGSA recently canceled

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