December 7, 2016 - Ian Kitajima – Oceanit’s Jedi-in-training. Or at least that’s what it says on his social media accounts. His business card, however, contains only his name and contact information. Maybe it’s a Jedi mind trick? Or maybe he’s not so much about the titles. Maybe both. At Oceanit, Ian doesn’t like to limit himself to what he is supposed to do, but rather what he can do, acting as an influencer of ideas.
November 10, 2016 - After years of wear and tear, potholes in our roads are one of the most noticeable signs of infrastructure damage. Whether they are along the highway or in residential areas, potholes not only damage vehicles, but are expensive to repair. According to the American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials (AASHTO), a class 9 truck can weigh up to 80,000 pounds, causing damage equivalent to 26,000 cars.
October 13, 2016 - Law enforcement has undergone a fundamental transformation in just the last 20 years. Today, the prevention, detection, and investigation of crime bears little resemblance to the way it was conducted in the 1970s. Technology has played a large role in helping change the way law enforcement agencies conduct investigations. Computers alone have made it possible to accurately track and gather data, including where and when crimes are committed and have also enabled the sharing of resources between law enforcement agencies.