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Meeting The Demands Of Rising Oil Demand With Industrial Computers

While times still remain uncertain, there are signs that some industrial sectors may soon stabilize. One such sector is the oil sector. While demand for oil plummeted in the early months of the pandemic, prices have seen some stabilization. Last week, according to Bloomberg, Oil futures advanced in New York, suggesting that demand may be picking up. While cases continue to climb around the world, governments may be reluctant to impose as harsh of restrictions as they did in the early days of this pandemic. This may be a sign that demand for oil will continue to improve, albeit at a slower pace than is typically expected. With this in mind, oil companies may want to once again expand their operations to accommodate an increase in demand.

Increasing Oil Production

Increasing your oil production doesn’t have to be a costly endeavor. While the market may be trending towards stabilization, it goes without saying that there will be some hiccups. To combat this, having a versatile and customizable oil production facility is key. A versatile facility will allow you to scale production up and down to meet demand, without ever having valuable equipment sit idle.

Some of the most versatile equipment that oil production plants can make use of are industrial computers. Industrial computers like the Rugged Mini E3 from Tangent are purpose built for customization. Mini industrial computers are capable of being placed in a variety of situations to perform numerous tasks.

As in-vehicle computers, Tangent’s industrial computers are perfect for keeping your industrial vehicles operating at their maximum potential. Inside facilities, these industrial grade computers can multitask with their impressive 32 gigabytes of RAM. When it comes to industrial tasks, Tangent’s industrial grade computers can do it all.

What’s more, these industrial computers are small and easy to customize. Moving them from one task to another takes virtually no time at all. With Windows 10 built in, Tangent’s industrial grade computers can run nearly every program and industrial software possible.

This allows your oil production facility to scale back production in one area, while still making use of the computing power you’ve invested in. With Tangent, a fluid allocation of resources is not only possible but within reach.

Building Back With Tangent

With demand for oil once again on the rise, now is the time to plan ahead for the future. With Tangent, this can be done in an efficient and cost effective manner. Tangent’s lineup of Industrial grade computers are here to help you restart your oil production and build your capacity back. Learn more by contacting Tangent Sales today.

 

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Increasing Hospital Efficiency With Medical Computers

With each passing day, the uncertainty around the pandemic continues to grow. Cases in the U.S. are rising after a brief period of falling. This new rise coincides with the start of the flu season, and this double-virus situation has the potential to strain hospital’s resources around the country. Preparing for this possibility is vital to the health of every hospital’s community. When resources are strained, time becomes one of the most important resources. Here are some ways to make your hospital more efficient, and save time in the process.

Medical Computers: Reduce Appointment Time

One of the chief consumers of your doctor’s time is appointments. Now, appointments themselves are vital to fostering and caring for your patients. But the time spent in appointments often revolves around tasks not associated with your doctor actually spending time with the patient.

With medical computers from Tangent, this can change. Medical computers from Tangent are lightning fast, allowing doctors to take care of their paperwork quickly and efficiently. What’s more, medical computers from Tangent are purpose built for telehealth. Telehealth appoints are, on average, far less time consuming than traditional appointments by not requiring patients show up in person.

Medical Computers: Ease Of Access

One of the premier features of Tangent’s lineup of medical grade computers is their sanitary touch screens. These touch screens allow doctors to directly access patient records with the same ease they have with their smartphones. Tangent’s medical computers also come equipped with front-facing cameras and optional microphones. This allows doctors to not have to work with third-party accessories while trying to focus on their patients. With Tangent medical computers, doctors have all their computing needs met in one simple all-in-one computer package.

Medical Computers: Safe And Sanitary

Now more than ever, sanitation is crucial in the hospital. Tangent knows this, and has always built our computers to do more good in the hospital than harm. Each Tangent medical grade computer comes equipped with an antimicrobial coating. This coating mitigates the growth of harmful pathogens on the surface of the medical computer.

Tangent medical computers also come with IP rated water resistant screens. This allows them to be easily and safely cleaned with traditional cleaning products. With santiziable touchscreens and antimicrobial casings, Tangent medical computers can help your hospital stay safe and sanitary.

Increase Your Hospital’s Efficiency With Tangent

Increasing the efficiency of your hospital doesn’t have to be a headache. With Tangent, saving time is as easy as calling Tangent Sales. Our sales specialists are informed on issues that hospitals have and can help find a solution that is right for you.

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Are Pandemic Waivers For Telehealth Still In Effect?

Near the beginning of this pandemic, bold actions by the federal government, health insurance companies, and hospitals led to loosening restrictions and greater access to telehealth services. What transpired was a new telehealth ecosystem that saw dramatic increases in the use of medical computers by doctors to have virtual appointments with patients. The rise in telehealth use coincided with a rise in patients satisfaction with the service, which helped keeped at-risk patients from having to enter hospitals. Now, some of these pandemic related waivers have ceased. Here’s what’s recently changed:

Non-Pandemic Related Telehealth Appointments No Longer Covered

Health insurance companies like Anthem and UnitedHealthcare helped their customers during the early days of the pandemic by agreeing to reduce the cost to patients of telehealth appointments. This allowed patients with chronic illnesses that could put them at higher risk for transmission in the hospital setting to simply not go into hospitals. Remote monitoring systems also aided patients by allowing them to remotely monitor levels like blood sugar for their doctors to go over in telemedicine appointments.

Now, these cost reductions are over. Patients who use telehealth appointments for non-pandemic related illnesses will have to start paying their co-payments and deductibles once more. Make sure that your hospital’s patients know about this change well in advance of their next telehealth appointment.

Can Hospitals Still Use Telemedicine?

The short answer is: yes! Hospitals are still cleared to use medical computers for telemedicine appointments. Virtual appointments still have their place in the current moment as a third wave of the pandemic appears on the horizon.

However, with patients once again incurring costs associated with patients, some at-risk patients may be reluctant to schedule appointments. It’s important to consider the financial situation of patients during this time, especially considering those with chronic ailments are more likely to be negatively impacted by the pandemic.

Whenever possible, try to reduce the costs for these patients or bring the cost inline with other, traditional appointments.

Telehealth In The Hospital

While using telehealth on medical grade computers in the hospital has gotten a bit more complicated, it still provides an essential service to both doctors and hospitals. Mounting public pressure may change the course of health insurance companies to reinstate their waivers. But even if the waivers are not reinstated, telehealth can still be used by hospitals and patients to help keep everyone in the community safe.

Be Safe With Tangent

Telehealth, in some form or another, will continue to be of use in the medical field. A pandora’s box has been opened, and closing it simply isn’t practical. Patients are finding that telehealth appointments are easier than in-person visits and enjoy the experience. You can help make these virtual visits even more enjoyable to your patients by employing the use of Tangent’s Medical Computers for telehealth. Learn more by contacting Tangent Sales Today.

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Building Autonomous Factories For The Future

The big question on everyone’s mind is if and when AI and robots will be able to take over human workers in factories. While this question doesn’t have an easy answer, there are inklings that such a transformation is just beyond the horizon. Hotcars.com recently looked at the Changan car manufacturing facility in China, which features a 90% autonomous production line. Yes, you read that right. With 90% of the work being done to produce cars automated, the Changan factory is capable of producing 600 finished cars per day.

With the smart factory revolution well underway, facilities like the Changan car manufacturing plant are becoming less of outliers each day. Keeping up with the competition is key to staying afloat during these times. Luckily, following in the footsteps of other factories is an easy way to catch up. Here are just some of the ways that your facility can increase its autonomous production.

Building Autonomous Factories For Higher Efficiency

The more you increase your factory’s automation capacity, the higher you can expect your yields. While automation isn’t synonymous with efficiency, it can help drastically reduce labor costs across the board. This in turn, can create a profit buffer for your business.

The question then becomes, how can factories increase their automations efforts? The simplest solution is to look at what other factories are doing in their own efforts. Many facilities are taking advantage of sensor networks and the Internet of Things to increase efficiency. By tagging parts in production with RFID chips, workers can easily monitor production in real time and see if things are going wrong. This removes the worker from the factory floor, and allows them to monitor multiple systems simultaneously.

Preparing For The Future Of Automation

One way to help your facility enter the smart factory revolution is to incorporate more industrial computers into your facility. Industrial computers are computers that are custom tailored for industrial use. From small, rugged mini industrial computers that can withstand temperatures of -40° to 158°F to ones that are completely IP69K certified waterproof, there’s an industrial computer that can make your factory more efficient.

Rugged Mini O From Tangent
Rugged Mini O From Tangent

Tangent Industrial Computers: The Future

The future is just around the corner, and Tangent is here to help you prepare. We are constantly thinking about how manufacturing will change in the coming years, and create our line of industrial grade computers to reflect this. Our fully customizable industrial computers are adaptable and versatile, making them perfect for futureproofing your facility. Learn more by contacting Tangent Sales today.

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Medical Grade Computers Built For Emergency Room Use

Heading into the fall and winter this year may look a bit different than in the past. The combination of the annual flu season and the possibility of a second wave during this pandemic has led to fears of medical shortcomings. From a lack of testing to limited Intensive Care Unit (ICU) capacity, there are areas where hospitals should be concerned. Making sure that your hospital can handle an increase in hospitalizations may be crucial to the wellbeing of the community at large during this flu season. To that end, Tangent is here with customizable and sanitary solutions for your hospital to stay operable during this period.

Medical Grade Computers Built For Emergency Room Use

Not every computer is built equally, and nowhere else is this as clearly seen as it is in the emergency room. In the emergency room, time is of the essence. Making sure that your medical grade computers not only work, but work fast is critical to the health of every patient that comes in. Tangent knows this, and has built medical computers like the Medix 22 with the needs of the emergency room in mind.

The New Medix 22
The New Medix 22

The Medix 22 is not only fast—it is lightning fast. With a built in Intel 7th generation Kaby Lake processor, the Medix 22 medical grade computer can handle the latest medical software with ease. 32 gigabytes of RAM helps this medical computer multitask efficiently. With this amount of memory, the Medix 22 can run numerous medical grade software without lagging. In the emergency room, this translates to being as fast as your doctors.

Medical Grade Computers Built For ICU Use

While the needs of the ICU are similar to that of the emergency room, there is a higher emphasis on monitoring vital signs. The Medix M24T not only works as a medical computer, but as a monitor as well. With a large, 24 inch monitor capable of displaying multiple readouts at once, the M24T medical computer is perfect for the ICU.

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M24T Medical Computer

The M24T also comes standard with a sanitary touchscreen, allowing doctors to easily access vital signs in real time. Medical software becomes that much more intuitive through the use of this large touchscreen.

Medical Grade Computers: Safe And Sanitary

Above all, Tangent medical computers are designed to be one thing: Safe. There is no sense in bringing in equipment to the hospital that will do more harm than good. All of Tangent’s medical grade computers feature antimicrobial enclosures that mitigate the growth of bacteria on their surfaces. Their touchscreens are IP rated to be water resistant, and can be cleaned with traditional disinfectants.

Tangent is here for your hospital so that your hospital can be there for your community. Learn more by contacting Tangent Sales today.

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Industrial Computers For A Quick Recovery

The world may have seemed to have stopped, but your essential work carries on. Each day factories, refrigerated facilities, and oil rigs help keep our lives stable while we all work to return to a sense of normalcy. These are just a few of the essential businesses keeping everyone well during these times, but keeping these businesses well is just as important. As the economy continues to recover, businesses need to return their production to a similar level as the beginning of the year. Tangent is here with a lineup of industrial computers to help your industrial work return back stronger than ever.

Industrial Grade Computers For A Rapid Recovery

Maintaining the competitive edge has never been more important. As you are well aware, every penny counts these days when it comes to your industrial business’ profit margin. You don’t just need single-use equipment, you need adaptable platforms that can change in a moment’s notice to reflect trends in the market. Tangent knows this, and has a line of fully customizable industrial grade computers that are fully adaptable to the ever-changing needs of the industrial sector.

With industrial grade computers like the Rugged Mini E3 from Tangent, you can get the benefits of much larger industrial grade computers in a small and sleek package. This industrial computer sports an impressive 32 gigabytes of RAM, more than enough to run even the beefiest of industrial applications. Multitasking is a breeze for the Rugged Mini E3, as this amount of memory allows it to run numerous applications at once. The Rugged Mini E3 can be used as an in-vehicle computer, in production monitoring, as well as an engineering computer. With this much versatility, the E3 can fit to the many needs of your facility.

Rugged Mini E3 Industrial Computer
Rugged Mini E3 Industrial Computer

For tight spaces, look no further than the Rugged Mini L2. The Rugged Mini L2 industrial computer is as powerful as it is small. With a powerful Intel I5 processor and coming in at under 2 inches tall, this industrial computer can be used in multiple applications. This industrial computer can be set up in nearly any space, making it perfect for factories in need of adaptable computing

Rugged Mini L2 Industrial computer
Rugged Mini L2 Industrial computer

Tangent: Recover Better, Faster

There’s no time like the present, and while today may look less familiar than yesterday, tomorrow is just around the corner. Round this corner better and faster with Tangent’s lineup of industrial computers. Contact Tangent Sales today for more information on their lineup of professional grade industrial computers.

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