THINC

AcronymDefinition
THINCTaconic Health Information Network and Community (New York)
THINCThe Institution of a Now Culture
THINCToshiba Home Interactive Network Connection (Toshiba America Consumer Products, LLC; home entertainment)
THINCTempest Harding Incorporated
THINCTruman Heartland Information Network Community
THINCTools and Habits for Inspiring and Nurturing Creativity
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THINC College & Career Academy strives to establish a culture of business and industry, of being grown up and professional, and, Williams said, the furnishings contribute to that culture.
She then referred to Digital Symptoms Substitution Test (DSST) and also referred to the THINC ITCognition Tool.
and Partners in THINC collaborators pushed the envelope with a new automated, oil coupling cell for the production of 4-7" API and premium couplings for the deep oil drilling industry--and in another booth the Partners had their debut with a project that produced a model air-cooled engine assembled by robots.
VMH is excited to be a part of the Partners in THINC program," said Vern Heyer, CEO and president of VMH International.
The concept of Partners in THINC is built upon the Okuma THINC control (The Intelligent Numeric Control), an open architecture, Microsoft Windows-based platform, and how more than 30 partners collaborate through Okuma's Charlotte, NC, facility to bring out the best of the control's capabilities for their advanced manufacturing customers.
Okuma and Partners in THINC have collaborated to create automated oil coupling cell solutions unique to the industry--to help meet growing demands on the oil and energy business.
KUKA Robotics Corporation booth #N-6200 will demonstrate 5 unique and innovative robotic solutions at IMTS for the machine tool industry in cooperation with the KUKA Robotics System Partner Network and the KUKA Robotics membership in Partners in THINC.
Also being honored are Renee Fair as a THINC Angel, CAMS Club of Sherwood and Cabot Office Machines for their long-term support of the organization.
Partners in THINC collaborators Okuma, Blum LMT, ChipBLASTER, and Caron Engineering applied creative technologies and programming to enable the operator's spindle psi variable requirements and provide the ability to monitor coolant flow and pressure, but they also pushed the envelope on what the combined technologies could really do--a considerable upgrade ready for plug-and-play compared to the customer's previous standards.
THINC is a disruptive technology in the sense defined by David Bader, executive director of high performance computing at Georgia Tech who says, "It's only when you have disruption of the status quo that new innovations can affect technology with revolutionary advances.
Powered by an "off the shelf" industrial PC, THINC is designed to grow with developing technology--even after it is on the customer's shop floor.
During Improving Physician Performance and Value-Based Reimbursement Levels Through Meaningful Data Sharing, a 45-minute webinar now available as a CD-ROM, via On Demand Web access or as a training DVD, Paul Kaye, MD, medical director at Taconic IPA and Susan Stuard, executive director, THINC, described how the sharing of data across its organization is improving physician performance and value-based reimbursement levels.