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Ging Visual Using Images Enhance Productivity Decision Making and Profits - Gerard A.

Gerard A. Ging Visual Using Images Enhance Productivity Decision Making and Profits - Wiley publishing , 2005. - 257 p.
ISBN 0-471-71025-3
Download (direct link): visualusingimagestoenha2005.pdf
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WiMAX is a standards-based wireless technology that provides high-throughput broadband connections over long distances. WiMAX can be used for a number of applications, including last-mile broadband connections, hotspot and cellular backhaul, and high-speed enterprise connectivity for businesses. An implementation of the IEEE 802.16 standard, WiMAX provides metropolitan area network connectivity at speeds of up to 75 Mb/sec. WiMAX systems can be used to transmit signal as far as 30 miles. However, on average, a WiMAX base-station installation will likely cover between three and five miles.
Index
Accessing images. See Archiving Accounting applications, 151 Action plan, Going Visual: equipment considerations, 43 evaluating, 4547 identifying participants, 4142 reassessment process, 47 Action steps, Going Visual. See Implementation
Adobe Systems, Bryan Lamkin, 49, 192, 225 Advertising, outdoor. See Clear Channel Agamanolis, Stefan, 173174 Airline applications, 78 Airport advertising, 129 Al-Saleh, Adel, 17-18, 192 Altamira cave art, 19-20 Analysis, business case. See Business case analysis
Antiterrorism. See Security issues; Terrorism Apple Computer, 30-31, 144 Applications, imaging: accounting, 151 airline industry, 7-8 book industry, 122-124 client-related, 148-149 communications industry, 10-11 cosmetic industry, 9 creativity enhancement, 148 dentistry, 8-9
documentation, 7-9, 74-78, 193 entertainment industry, 11, 205 executive-related, 151-152
identifying people, 5153 information technology, 11, 147 landscaping, 8 maintenance, 3, 146147 manufacturing, 78, 118120, 151 medical, 205 merchandising, 114115 military, 205
operations, 150-151, 192-193 police work, 8, 212 product design, 115-118 property management, 10, 77, 147-148,
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public relations, 152 quality control, 118-120 repair work, 177-178 retail industry, 10 safety planning, 103 sales-related, 10, 148, 150 store management, 112-113 surveillance, 197, 200-201 training, 65-66, 77-78, 103 travel, 121, 149-150, 161, 203 warehouse management, 112-113 Archiving:
automated, 170-171 benefits of, 10 Clear Channel, 133-142 HomeGo, 112
Hyder & Company, 58, 69-73 large-scale, 127-133 necessity of, 44-45
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238 INDEX
Archiving (Continued): short-term, 9496 solopreneur example, 9496 AT&T, 234
Audience reach: paintings, 21, 22 as performance gauge, 19 photography, 2327 targeted, 208 Auditory versus optic nerves, 1718 Authoring, personalized, 207210 Automatic imaging, 196201 Auto-stamped dating, 65
Bandwidth:
CDMA, 234-235 defined, 230-231 improving, 82 telepresence and, 171 3G, 235-236 Barbeau, Pierre, 225 Bell Labs, 234
Billboard advertising, 128-133. See also Clear Channel BIS database, 136 Blatand, Harald, 230 Blogs, 214-215 Bluetooth, 229-231 Book industry applications, 122-124 Bove, Michael, 172-173, 208-209 Breitling (wristwatches), 128, 131 Broadband. See Bandwidth Brownie camera (Kodak), 23 Bulletin Inventory Search. See BIS database Bunch, Tara, 186-187 Burger, Rudy, 18
Buses, as ad venue, 129-130, 140 Business case analysis, 3741 Clear Channel, 144-152 HomeGo (retail), 120-122 Hyder & Company, 73-80 model for, 37-41, 45-47 solopreneur example, 96-98
Camcorders, 24 Camera phones:
applications for, 33-34
evolution of, 26-34, 190-196, 219-229
smart data and, 188 as visual diaries, 101-102 as visual notepads, 110, 114 Carrocino, Sally (solopreneur), 87-102 applications, 189 archiving, 94-96 business case analysis, 96-98 company profile, 85-89 implementation, 91-94 reassessment process, 99-102 survey process, 89-91 Carving, as communication tool, 19 Catalogs:
color versus black-and-white, 97 lag times, 88
self-produced, 91, 100-101 CDMA, 229, 234-236 Cell phones, 26-33. See also Camera phones Cellular networks, defined, 233-234 Cingular, 234
Civil liberties. See Privacy issues Civil War, 22
Classification system. See Lexicon Clear Channel:
applications, 146-152, 189-190, 192-193 archiving, 127, 133-144 business case analysis, 144-152 company profile, 125-133 implementation, 135-144 reassessment process, 152-154 survey process, 133-135 Code division multiple access. See CDMA Communications industry applications, 10-11
Communicator, defined, 195 Communities of Interest. See also Survey process Clear Channel, 127, 145 HomeGo, 110, 119-120 Hyder & Company, 60, 74 identifying, 3941 solopreneur example, 89-91 Consensus building, 72, 83 Construction, video-enhanced, 162-163 Cosmetic industry applications, 9 Cost-benefit issues. See also Business case analysis
digital photography, 25, 31-33
INDEX 239
GoingVisual implementation, 42 at HomeGo, 112-113, 118 at Hyder & Company, 62, 64 videoconferencing, 160, 167-168 of visual communication, 19, 22 Customer loyalty: evaluating, 45-46 at HomeGo, 121 at Hyder & Company, 67, 79-81 promoting, 38 solopreneur example, 97-98
Daley, Richard M., 212 Databases, Clear Channel, 131-142 Data rates, defined, 230-231 Data storage. See Archiving Davenport, Glorianna, 208 Decision making: enhancing, 38 evaluating, 45-46 at HomeGo, 115-117, 121 at Hyder & Company, 79 solopreneur example, 97 telepresence-enhanced, 161-162 Democratization of information:
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