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Madison Company Blog

Portland Introduces Smart Pipes that Generate Electricity

According to most historic sources the birth of hydropower, using water to generate electricity,...

Disruption As a Process

Twenty years after the theory of Disruptive Innovation hit the pages of Harvard Business Review, HBR ...

Advanced Technologies Initiative - The Future of Manufacturing & Innovation

Following up on their insightful study on ...

Ready to Experiment with the Internet of Things?

In past posts on our Facebook and LinkedIn profiles we've covered the popular, emerging trend described as the Internet of Things (IoT) which is the connecting of devices...

How will you use 130 personal sensors?

In early December the Trillion Sensor Summit took place in Orlando celebrating the dominance that sensors have taken on globally thanks to our millions of smart devices and the semiconductor sensors that have recently spun-off from micro-electro-mechanical systems (MEMS).

How will you use 130 personal sensors?

In early December the Trillion Sensor Summit took place in Orlando celebrating the dominance that sensors have taken on globally thanks to our millions of smart devices and the semiconductor sensors that have recently spun-off from micro-electro-mechanical systems (MEMS).

Helpful Habits for Manufacturers in the New Year

With the New Year well underway, we will not ask your personal resolutions are holding up.

They Sky is Not Falling for American Manufacturing

If we are to believe the evening news or even many TV-ready economists, the American Manufacturing sector is either headed for or already experiencing a recession.

How the Internet of Things May Change a Manufacturer's Organizational Structure

While we've provided important news and information about the Internet of Things trend within our blog  previously, we haven't dedicated much attention to how IoT will impact manufacturers in the future....

What Will Your Sweat Say About You?

As a manufacturer of switches and sensors for nearly sixty years, Madison Company is always watching to see where the future of sensors is going.