Xerox Innovation with Peter Paul: Faster Food, More Accurate Orders
Peter Paul, principal scientist at Xerox Research Center Webster, New York, explains how Xerox designed software to accurately match vehicles to orders at drive-through windows. This increases order accuracy and helps customers get their food faster.
| Celebrating Engineering and Our Top Engineer: Ursula Burns, Xerox CEO|
Sophie Vandebroek, Xerox’s chief technology officer and president of the Xerox Innovation Group, discusses the news of CEO, Ursula Burns' election into the National Academy of Engineering (NAE).
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|Xerox Named to MIT Tech Review’s 2013 List of 50 Disruptive Companies|
Each company on this list has done something over the past year that will strengthen its hold on a market, challenge the leaders of a market, or create a new market.
Source: MIT Technology Review
|The Morning Download: Xerox’s ‘Big Play With Big Data'|
The Wall Street Journal examines who might play a bigger role in Big Data: CIOs, CEOs or line-of-business owners, and what big companies are doing with their Big Data today.
Source: Wall Street Journal
| Researcher uses Xbox 360′s Kinect game sensor to measure your breathing|
Xerox researcher Lalit Mestha discovered Microsoft’s Kinect game sensor—which tracks 3D objects and motion in a room-- can measure how well a patient is breathing. This could have potential implications in lowering healthcare costs and giving physicians information they can’t otherwise easily get.