Anixter will be featured on Discovery Science Channel’s new program, Tomorrow’s World Today. Tomorrow’s World Today, hosted by Emmy-award winning actress, writer and broadcast host Tamara Krinsky, is a cutting-edge television show with a mission to highlight sustainability, technology, new ideas and worldwide concepts around innovation.

Watch and Win

Watch Anixter’s segment on Saturday May 12th 8 a.m. EST (check local listings for times) to find out the answer to the question below and then enter to win show merchandise and be entered into our grand drawing for a drone.

Question: By 2020, what fraction of buildings will be a smart building?

Competition closes May 14th. Winners will be notified by May 18th 2018 and prizes posted May 21st.

Prizes are limited. Competition not open to Anixter employees. Due to applicable laws and Anixter’s policy, no Federal, State or Local Government employee, including State University personnel, will be eligible for prizes. If a Federal, State or Local Government employee does enter draw and their name is randomly selected, that draw will be disregarded and another name will be drawn.

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As a company that is passionate about STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) education, Anixter was honored to be invited to share the latest in high-tech security advancements, including state-of-the-art facial recognition software as well as new breakthroughs in smart building technology and how these technologies are paving the way for a brighter future.

 

Watch the teaser trailer for Tomorrow's World Today!

 

Tamara Krinsky and Steven Anson, vice president marketing discussing the benefits of smart building technology in Anixter’s Infrastructure Solutions Lab

Tamara Krinsky and Steven Anson, vice president of marketing, discussing the benefits of smart building technology in Anixter’s Infrastructure Solutions LabSM

Tamara Krinsky and Jason de Souza, vice president industrial security solutions talking the future of biometric security

Tamara Krinsky and Jason de Souza, vice president, industrial security solutions, talking the future of biometric security