KCF

KCF Technologies announces landmark achievement of $2 billion in customer savings following the 100,00th machine health sensor installation, ahead of their first virtual summit event

Wednesday, September 15, 2021 - 4:16pm

KCF's Comprehensive Machine Health Platform helps customers in all industrial sectors eliminate downtime, eradicate workplace injuries, and reduce waste.

Key Points: 
  • KCF's Comprehensive Machine Health Platform helps customers in all industrial sectors eliminate downtime, eradicate workplace injuries, and reduce waste.
  • KCF documented customer savings surpassed the $2 Billion landmark since the inception of their Comprehensive Machine Health Platform, just as the 100,000th wireless sensor was being deployed.
  • KCF's upcoming Virtual Customer Summit will see keynotes and asset-specific applications to address issues across all industries.
  • Founded in 2000, KCF develops technologies and services that empower industrial businesses to improve performance, reduce downtime, and optimize operations.

Get ready to ROAR. Nittany Nation's Ultimate Energy Challenge

Monday, August 30, 2021 - 5:44pm

STATE COLLEGE, Pa., Aug. 30, 2021 /PRNewswire/ --This football season, we're putting Nittany Nation's notoriously electric stadium energy to the test with the Roar Tracker powered by KCF Technologies.

Key Points: 
  • STATE COLLEGE, Pa., Aug. 30, 2021 /PRNewswire/ --This football season, we're putting Nittany Nation's notoriously electric stadium energy to the test with the Roar Tracker powered by KCF Technologies.
  • By installing cutting-edge technology used in manufacturing facilities across the globe, we'll get a peek into how much of an intimidating impact Nittany Lion fans make when they get on their feet.
  • Penn State fans are known for being some of the loudest fans in The Big Ten and the entire nation.
  • Penn State Football returns to a Beaver Stadium equipped with KCF Technologies' rugged magnetic sensors, called "V3s," deployed throughout fan sections.

The American Jobs Plan Won't Save Manufacturers: Half of America's Manufacturers Will Disappear by 2040

Friday, August 13, 2021 - 2:06pm

The American Jobs Plan as it exists today won't rescue American manufacturing.

Key Points: 
  • The American Jobs Plan as it exists today won't rescue American manufacturing.
  • Too much is made of creating more jobs, and too little is made of maximizing the resources we already have.
  • "More jobs" sounds great coming from a podium, but there simply aren't enough workers for the jobs available today.
  • The hard truth is this: a fading promise of federal cash-for-jobs and theoretical plans to reshore won't save American manufacturing.