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DEFINITION: A field emission display (FED) is a new type of flat-panel display in which electron emitters, arranged in a grid, are individually controlled by "cold" cathodes to generate colored light. Field emission display technology makes possible the thin panel of today's liquid crystal displays (LCD), offers a wider field-of-view, provides the high image quality of today's cathode ray tube (CRT) displays,  … 

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How Remote Expertise Is Boosting Efficiencies In Field Service Organizations
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CASE STUDY: Healthcare company, Siemens Healthineer, was looking for a better way for service experts to collaborate with field agents—without making a costly investment in new equipment. They found their answer in Help Lightning’s remote expertise solution. Read this case study to see how the solution is helping Siemens achieve their service goals.
Posted: 09 Apr 2021 | Published: 09 Apr 2021

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