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Regional Momentum: Volumes in Ireland, driven by healthcare, high-tech broadcasts

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Huntsville’s space, missile symposium provides insight into advanced defense technology

Virtual training was a big topic at the Space & Missile Symposium in Huntsville, Ala., this week. Here, a symposium attendee tries his hand at using a shoulder-mounted missile to wipe out virtual opposition at the Blue Halo booth. (Lee Roop/lroop/TNS) (Tribune News Service) – This week Space & Missile Defense Conference in Huntsville is the 25th annual, and the locals say that sometimes it feels like a high school reunion to see friends and colleagues from past conferences on the big show. They were especially happy to see each other this year, as the pandemic subsided enough to makeRead News

NY Sea Grant Floats High-Tech Way To Survey Coastal Flooding Problem

NEW YORK – Your photos of coastal New York flooding could save lives and prevent future property damage, thanks to a new high-tech initiative. The NYS Department of Environmental Conservation announced that NY Sea Grant has launched MyCoast NY, an online portal to collect and analyze photos of flooding and storm damage. Currently used in nine states, MyCoast is a system that helps coastal environmental agencies use citizen scientists to track coastal data. Find out what’s happening in New Rochellewith free, real-time updates from Patch. When a photo report is submitted, it will automatically be linked to the nearest weather,Read News

High-tech fleet detects ‘white gold’ in NT

Lithium’s Core mine is located south of Darwin. (FLEET SPACE TECHNOLOGIES) Australia’s new lithium mine is using what could be the “holy grail” of exploration technology as it tackles the extreme conditions of the High End. Lithium, a key ingredient in electric vehicle batteries and energy storage, is a hot commodity amid the push for practical ways to run the clean economy. Known as “white gold” because of its rising price and color, prospectors first look for pegmatite. A historic field test using ground extraction technology has identified large crystal-shaped rock bodies that indicate lithium deposits down to a depthRead News

‘The Brazilian market needs more diversified and high-tech products’

With major contracts in Brazil, Italian-Argentine steel pipe and equipment manufacturer Tenaris is investing some US$14mn in its local production capacity. In addition to large Petrobras offshore oil and gas projects, such as the Búzios field, the company sees good prospects for new business with private sector players, also in the onshore segment. “There are a number of private companies working on the revitalization of the fields, generating demand for hose and pump rods, among other goods, to increase the production of these assets,” says the president of Tenaris and Brazil, Renato Catallini, BNamericas. In this interview, Catallini comments onRead News

Despite layoffs and talk of a recession, Israel’s high-tech sector remains optimistic

Matam High-Tech Park at the southern entrance to Haifa is the largest and oldest technology park in Israel. Photo: Zvi Roger / Wikimedia Commons. CTech – The Central Bureau of Statistics published a special study aimed at evaluating the expectations of the high-tech sector in Israel, which allows to make a clear statement: despite the suspension and the speech of a tire, the high technology of Israel remains to be expected. According to the survey, 51 percent of technology companies responded that they expect to increase the activity in the coming year. In addition, only one-tenth of companies responded thatRead News

High Tech students seek to change the social paradigm of environmental problems with a children’s book

Roxy Hreb and Zach Fieldman were attending High Tech High School when they got the idea for their new self-published book, “Eco the Elephant Saves the Jungle.” Hreb, a resident of Jersey City, and Fieldman, a resident of Hoboken, hope that their new children’s book will make children more aware of climate change. The main message is about action, recognizing a problem, and learning how to solve it. “By changing the social paradigms surrounding environmental issues starting from an early age, we hope to make a more widespread change through the lessons shown in Eco le Elephant, ” said theRead News

QuikTrip is opening a high-tech store with cashier-less Amazon technology

QuikTrip uses Amazon “Just Walk Out” to enable automatic purchases (photo provided by QuikTrip). One of the country’s largest grocery retailers opens a store with Amazon’s “Just Walk Out” technology platform. The new QuikTrip store, located in Tulsa, is the first retailer to use cashless technology. Customers in a gas-free location will be able to insert their credit card at the store’s entrance gate, shop as usual, and then exit the store. Amazon’s licensed Just Walk Out solution uses a combination of computer vision, sensor fusion, and machine learning algorithms to determine what items buyers are taking off the shelvesRead News

Walmart to open high-tech consolidation center in Pennsylvania

In a major upgrade to its supply chain, Walmart is opening a high-tech consolidation center in Lebanon, Pennsylvania this month that will service all 42 of the retail giant’s regional distribution centers across the US. The 400,000-square-foot center — Walmart’s second consolidation facility after an initial nationwide opening in Colton, Calif., in 2019 — will also serve fulfillment centers in the near future. Located at 1625 Heilmandale Rd. almost 1,000 workers will be employed in Lebanon, of which 500 are pre-hired. Walmart’s consolidation centers use automated technology that allows three times the volume to flow through the supply chain. GeneralRead News

A first look at Clovis Community Hospital’s New High-Tech Hospital Lobby

Healthcare Clovis Community Medical Center officials showed off their new patient lobby this week to GV Wire videographer Jahz Tello. The lobby, which is part of the hospital’s four-year, $430 million expansion, is designed to put patients at ease and speed them through registration. Click on the video to see the lobby and hear chief operating officer John Kass explain its features. Related Story: Clovis Hospital Expansion Is Exactly What the Doctor Ordered and the Glen… Related Story: Clovis Adds Medical Hub to Its Good Schools, Low Crime Formula You may like

High-tech methods boost agricultural industry in central China’s city

Central China’s Hunan Province is one of the country’s largest agricultural production centers, and a city called Chunhua has been used for pilot projects since the 1950s. In recent years, the city has used methods of high technology to develop the local agricultural industry. The methods were carried out in a complete pilot demonstration area, covering an area of ​​200,000 square meters. By improving the quality of cultivated land, seeds and planting methods, he hopes to improve product quality and yield per unit. The results so far have been pretty good. The yield of summer rice this year was moreRead News

The value of Missouri Technology Corporation’s capital investments is shown through the value of CoverCress, Inc., and PayIt transactions | Department of Economic Development

Two Missouri companies receiving significant early stage investment from the IDEA Fund Co-Investment Program, CoverCress, Inc. Sixty-five percent of St. MTC’s investments in both companies have generated a cumulative eight-fold return on investment, which will be used to support the continued growth of the state’s entrepreneurial capacity. “The Missouri Technology Corporation has a successful track record of driving innovation and entrepreneurship through its venture capital programs,” said Governor Mike Parson. “Strengthening our state’s technology sector is vital to the sustainability of our economy. We are proud to see Missouri-based companies like CCI and PayIT succeed, which demonstrates the significant returnRead News

Lessons from the tech industry can curb digital fratricide on the battlefield

The more the US military leans on wireless networks, the more crowded they become. Unfortunately, the modern battlefield is experiencing critical system outages – and troops are increasingly at risk – because we’re intentionally disrupting our own networks. This digital fratricide is not a problem that can be solved by radio discipline or commanders’ access to live feed video. Instead, the solution had to be baked in from the ground up by Defense Department acquisition staff who demanded that products be designed and built to intelligently absorb, not waste, valuable bandwidth. On America’s front lines, the internal battle for bandwidthRead News

Israel is launching a $ 6.2 million program to train Arab-Israelis in the high-tech industry

Participants at the DLD Tel Aviv Digital Conference, Israel’s largest international high-tech gathering, held at the Old Train Station complex in Tel Aviv on September 6, 2017. Photo: Miriam Alster / Flash90. Israel has announced the launch of a $6.2 million program to boost the number of Arab-Israelis in the high-tech sector, as the country suffers from a shortage of skilled workers. The grants are awarded to companies, corporations and NGOs for a maximum of 70 percent of their costs to develop programs and models to further help integrate Arab-Israelis into the high-tech industry, the Israel Innovation Authority and theRead News

Huntsville Space, Missile Conference offers a glimpse into high-tech defense

This week’s Space & The Huntsville Missile Defense Conference is in its 25th annual conference, and regulars say it sometimes feels like a high school reunion to see friends and colleagues from past conferences on the large exhibit floor. They are especially glad to see each other this year because the pandemic has subsided enough to make the event seem more like normal. But this is no reunion. Each year it is filled with briefings from the nation’s top military leaders on future needs and plans and booth after booth of systems, devices and simulators to demonstrate new defense technology.Read News

The United States is investing $ 280 billion in high-tech to compete with China

Joe Biden called the CHIPS and Science Act a “once-in-a-generation” investment. The president of the U.S. Joe Biden has signed legislation that provides $280bn (£232bn) to high-tech manufacturing and scientific research amid fears the country is losing its technological dominance to China. The investment includes tax breaks for companies that build US computer manufacturing plants. Business groups have long pushed for more government support, citing the need to reduce reliance on China. The global shortage of microchips increased the speed of their calls. Top Democrat in the Senate Chuck Schumer said the bill is a “game changer” that will ensureRead News

Consulting for the high-tech industry

Every company wants to use technology to help its business thrive in an increasingly complex and volatile world. Flexibility is key. Technology can play a key role in helping businesses meet disruptions, challenges and opportunities. To reap the benefits, businesses need to be like water with technology strategies, architectures and solutions that are shapeless and formless, but can take the business where it needs to go. It’s more than just agility, speed and responsiveness. It is the ability to manage disruption while adapting seamlessly, transforming business and technology in an endless stream. Capgemini works with major technology clients around theRead News

Build the most high-tech pond in the neighborhood

What do you think of when you hear the word pool? If you’re like most people, the word conjures up images of a simple water-filled hole in the ground, perhaps with a few fish thrown in for good measure. But not [Anders Johansson] – his pool is a technical marvel, using more unique pieces of hardware and software than many of the more traditional projects that have done these projects over the years. In fact, this is one of those projects that is so large in scope that no summary published here can do it justice. The aptly named PoseidonRead News

High Tech on the Low Episode # 63: How it starts

Ron Navon, ThinkUp’s Chief Design Officer and Chief Marketing Officer, is on a mission to create a digital solution that will be a global platform to ideate, validate and build a startup. / August 11, 2022• 3 min to read Tags Jordan Kastrinsky In my podcast, I explore various aspects of the high-tech world from development to marketing to sales to entrepreneurship, all with the goal of gathering key startup insights so listeners can gain value from this knowledge sharing. So what did I find this week? Startups are popping up all the time, but it’s not like there’s aRead News

Walmart to open a high-tech consolidation center in Pennsylvania

Will Ahold Delhaize buy US supermarket rival Albertsons? Ahold Delhaize is rumored to be in talks with Albertsons, the tenth largest retailer in the US. The reason for the rumours? Two Albertsons planes were seen last week at Bedford airport, Ahold Delhaize’s US base in Massachusetts. Investment research advisors as reported by Gordon Haskett for Seeking Alpha, based on plane spotters. Source: USA: PlantX launches plant-based retail concept in ChicagoPlantX Life Inc. recently celebrated the official opening of its XMarket Uptown in Chicago. The plant-based retail location is the company’s second store in the United States and sixth worldwide.Read News

Despite the layoffs and talk of a recession, Israel’s high-tech sector remains optimistic

The Central Bureau of Statistics has published a special survey aimed at assessing the expectations of the high-tech sector in Israel, from which a clear conclusion can be drawn: despite layoffs and talk of recession, high-tech Israeli remains optimistic. According to the survey, 51% of high-tech companies responded that they expect an increase in activity in the coming year. Furthermore, only one in ten of the companies responded that they expect a real reduction in activity. In other words, contrary to dark forecasts and reports of a large reduction in the United States and Europe, about 90% of companies respondedRead News

Walmart Opens High-Tech Fulfillment Center in Pennsylvania, Creating 1,000 New Jobs

LEBANON, Pa.–( BUSINESS WIRE )–This month Walmart will open a high-tech consolidation center in Lebanon, Pa. The new 400,000 square foot facility, located at 1625 Heilmandale Road, will bring nearly 1,000 additional jobs to the area, 500 of which have been hired in advance. Once implemented, the facility’s automated technology can enable three times more volume to flow through the center and help Walmart deliver the right product to the right store so customers can find the products they need. The Lebanon consolidation center will serve all 42 regional distribution centers across the United States, with plans to serve fulfillmentRead News

A catastrophic high-tech war against a pathogen

Bill Gates has called the global response to Covid-19 a “world war.” His militaristic language has been echoed by Anthony Fauci and other architects of Covid-19 policy over the past two and a half years. To fight their “world war,” Gates and Fauci and their allies have deployed an arsenal of high-tech “weapons” and tech-enabled social control tools—contact tracing apps, PCR tests, QR codes, digital passports, lockdowns, mandate masks, mRNA vaccines. , social media censorship, mass surveillance, and so on—with disastrous consequences for civil society, human health, and even the environment. As an advocate for wildlife conservation, I am surprisedRead News

Opioid settlements exceed $37 billion. Vivera offers the first high-tech solution

Vivera is inviting AbbVie’s Allergan to collaborate on its high-tech medical device, ZICOH, designed to end addiction, in light of the former opioid maker’s recently proposed $2.37 billion settlement for its alleged role in the opioid crisis. State and local governments sued Allergan, claiming the company deceptively marketed opioids by downplaying the risk of addiction and exaggerating the benefits. In addition, the lawsuits allege that Allergan allegedly failed to maintain adequate controls to prevent the diversion of its opioid-based medications. Alongside several major companies suing for close to $38 billion, the proposed settlement would require Allergan to pay $2.37 billionRead News

High-tech living: Assistive technology apartments are a boon for Clevelanders with disabilities

People with developmental disabilities (DD) are getting help with technology, thanks to a new housing option from two Cleveland organizations. The Cuyahoga County Board of Developmental Disabilities, in partnership with North Coast Community Homes (NCCH), is now offering short-term rental apartments for Cuyahoga County residents with developmental disabilities who are looking for ways to independent living. Chris West, NCCH CEO and Cuyahoga DD superintendent and CEO Kelly Petty Co-workers announced the project during a ribbon-cutting ceremony last Tuesday, Aug. 2. 2 Cranford Apartments in downtown Lakewood. The building is now home to TryTech smart apartments that have been renovated toRead News

HIMARS: What are the high-tech missile systems being sent to Ukraine and how important are they?

As the war in Ukraine continues to rage, the United States on Monday announced a new package of $1 billion (977 million euros) in military aid and weapons, the largest arms shipment to the conflicted country to date. Among the package will be 1,000 Javelin anti-tank missiles, mortars, artillery ammunition and, of course, US Artillery High Mobility Missile Systems (HIMARS). These high-tech truck-mounted missile systems have drawn particular attention on social media in recent months, with many videos showing them allegedly destroying Russian ammunition depots and other targets. What are HIMARS? In June, the US doubled the number already onRead News

Building Permits Filed At Lynq Wynwood High Tech Office Campus

A building permit application has been submitted to the Miami Department of Buildings for the Lynq Wynwood (formerly known as Wyn on 5th) office building. Developers previously said the project would be the best office complex in Miami. The project consists of a north and south building across the street from each other, both on 8 floors. The two buildings will have a combined 36,000 square feet of ground floor retail space, and 331,000 square feet of office space. Each building will also have a covered parking garage, with 370 spaces in the south garage and 265 spaces in theRead News