Obsolescence Hardened Bargraphs, Controllers, and More

Obsolete Meters Solution Video Highlights: History has always given us a choice: evolution or extinction. Will analog meters outlast your I&C room? Might we suggest that less is more? Our technology is simple and obsolescence hardened. Since 1974, OTEK has evolved...

At the Edge of Midnight, the End of an Epoch

As midnight steals over the Prime Meridian and the sleepy emerald lawns of Greenwich, England wave in the opening seconds of April 6th, 2019, an invisible calamity will begin to unfurl across the globe. Slithering into the world’s banks, its tapestry of cellular...

Will the American Nuclear Industry Lose Footing?

The U.S. soil continues to be a sensational battleground for a rabidly politicized energy debate. Resting for decades on the laurels of being the planet’s leading nuclear authority, a new wave has cascaded from the shores of California to Rockport, Maine, embroiling...
Nebraska’s Nuclear Peril Beneath the Wave

Nebraska’s Nuclear Peril Beneath the Wave

The Cooper Nuclear Station in Nemaha County near Brownsville, reported to the Nuclear Regulatory Commission Friday evening, an ominous three words: Unusual Event Emergency. Inside that simple phrase was the very real danger that the facility would soon be besieged by...

Finland Shinning a Light for the World

There is an island off the southeastern coast of Finland where something remarkable is happening. A first of its kind, a pioneering of humanity designed to outlast humanity itself. A dark, desolate, bottomless tomb carved into the very bedrock of the earth where a...

In Memoriam – Fukushima & the NRC

In commemoration of the nuclear disaster at Fukushima, Japan, on March 11th, 2011, the Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) has issued new legislation aimed at imposing further rules on the U.S. nuclear industry. Collectively known as the Mitigation of...
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