Tignis TV: Ahmik Hindman Interview

Tignis TV: Ahmik Hindman Interview

Welcome to Tignis TV. Hosted by Jon Herlocker—industry-leading technologist, former DARPA researcher, and Founder of Tignis—today’s episode features Ahmik Hindman, Networks and Security Solution Consultant at Rockwell Automation. Working for more than 24 years at the global leader in industrial automation and digital transformation, Hindman is a solution expert for IACS Networks and Security. Much of […]

UW Industry Capstone Program

Tignis Sponsors University of Washington Industry Capstone Program

The University of Washington College of Engineering is renowned for its innovation. Their Industry Capstone Program brings together UW students and chosen companies to tackle multidisciplinary engineering problems. The program allows students to work side-by-side with industry technical partners and faculty on real-world projects, and provides valuable experience, skills and connections. Tignis recently sponsored a […]

Chiller maintenance

The Journey of a Data Scientist: Chiller Surge Counts

Chillers vibrate routinely, surge occasionally, and excesses in both can be problematic. Distinguishing between benign and detrimental behavior is essential to ensuring successful chiller maintenance and protection. Refrigerant that reverses course and flows from the condenser to the compressor causes chillers to vibrate more than normal, creating a groaning or squealing sound. Excessive surge events, […]

Tignis June 2020 Roundup

News Roundup: Physics, Machines and Data – June 2020

Our team is always keeping an eye on news surrounding digital twins, machine learning, data analytics and more. Here are a few articles that we found especially interesting during the month of June. AI Is The Uncertainty Cure Enterprises Want In 2020 – Forbes “85% of enterprises are evaluating or using artificial intelligence in production […]