Innovation

Roadheader the 13th

Roadheader the 13th

You know you're working in an interesting industry when the currents of the week push you to spend a couple of late night hours searching for some 'standard' dimensions for humans to try to justify the placement of a datalogger in a certain location on site.

Japan-easy!

Japan-easy!

A visit to Mitsui's roadheader factory in Omuta, Japan was a nice way to round out the end of the year. It was a highly successful visit in which Geodata KODA and Mitsui performed our acceptance test of the electrical, mechanical and sensors systems we've been planning for months.

Franklin Barbecue - Art or Good Business

Franklin Barbecue - Art or Good Business

Last week KODA visited Franklin Barbecue. Having tried once before, but arriving way too late to be guaranteed food we opted out - determined to return another time at a more appropriate hour. This time we arrived at 07:15 with the vain hope that we would be first in the line. No chance - how about fortieth?!

SUUNTO LUUV

SUUNTO LUUV

KODA's been getting out and about quite a bit lately. One of my favorite activities is biking along the Barton Creek Greenbelt. I've been recording most of my adventures on my SUUNTO Ambit GPS watch, but haven't been able to do anything with the data as I lost the cable. Every time I get interesting in the data I realize that a replacement cable is a week away via Amazon.com, and I lose interest - well, until last week...

Children of the Magenta - The Automation Paradox

Children of the Magenta - The Automation Paradox

While road tripping across the Southwest of the United States I stumbled across a great podcast by 99% Invisible. 'The Children of the Magenta' discussed the problems which occur with increasing levels of automation in the airline industry. KODA started thinking about how that might relate to the navigation system industry - and where we are headed with that.