CAI announces partnership with autoLOTO, the groundbreaking Hazardous Energy Management solution


INDIANAPOLIS, Ind., Sept. 8, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — CAI (www.cagents.com) and autoLOTO (https://www.autoloto.co/) announce a marketing, sales, and implementation partnership to bring the innovative safety software to CAI’s worldwide clientele and utilize CAI’s technical expertise to drive rapid, efficient installation, and startup of the autoLOTO Lockout/Tagout program. autoLOTO has proven to save time, money, and lives through its […]




Commissioning During COVID-19


Life has been turned upside down during the COVID-19 pandemic with travel restrictions, self-isolation/ quarantining requirements, and social distancing measures implemented to slow the spread of the virus.  The world must go on, services and products must be delivered. But applying traditional methods will not be sufficient. Current restrictions do not appear to be going […]




Quick Glance: Take an Extra 5 Minutes for Safety and Quality


During a construction project, it is not uncommon to experience pressure to meet deadlines. With that pressure, employees can attempt to justify taking a shortcut on safety or quality to save time. Although they are doing so to try to fast-track timelines, this is not an acceptable or even efficient way to do so. The […]




Can Data Centers Save the World with Renewable Energy?


Data centers have a significant impact on the global energy market. Current global data center consumption is higher than 2% of all electricity produced, and it is projected by Greenpeace to reach 13% of global electricity demand by 2030 [1]. As a result, data center design is uniquely positioned to influence renewable generation on a […]




The Edge of Modular Data Centers


The expansion of edge computing, powered by the Internet of Thing’s (IoT) uprising tide, brings the unique opportunity to turn a world full of data into a data-driven world. Many applications of IoT, such as industrial automation processes, smart healthcare, and self-driving cars, require a compute infrastructure that sits closer to the devices and users, […]




Data Centers are Constantly Evolving


Growing up, we did not have a home computer in my family until I was 11 years old. We were fortunate enough that my momma brought home an Apple desktop over the summer; my sister and I dedicated all of our computer time to Oregon Train and Number Munchers. (“Like” this post if you remember […]