UN invites young people to create its HIVAIDS strategy through social media

The project, CrowdOutAIDS.org, run by the Joint UN Programme on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS), will run for a period of two months in which anyone aged 15 to 29 will be able to submit and share their ideas and proposals for the strategy. The initiative’s name alludes to the popular concept of crowdsourcing, which consists of letting large undefined groups of people collaborate and come up with innovative solutions for tasks traditionally performed by individuals. “We’re asking youth around the world to debate, draft and work with UNAIDS to implement this new strategy,” said Michel Sidibé, Executive Director of UNAIDS. “It is absolutely critical that we engage young people – not as recipients of our message but as the actors and creators of change.”CrowdOutAIDS.org will use a four-step model of collaboration which will allow participants to use a range of social media platforms to connect, share and collaborate on a new strategy that speaks to them and addresses the key issues they face when it comes to HIV/AIDS.Participants will be able to use their personal social networks such as Facebook, Twitter, Orkut and personal blogs, to spread the word about the project and then discuss their ideas through online forums and other collaborative platforms such as Google Docs. They will also be able to shape the new strategy and see it transform from an initial draft to completion through a wiki-platform, which allows users to add and edit content in a collaborative way.According to a news release issued by UNAIDS, around 3,000 young people aged 15 to 24 become infected with HIV on a daily basis, making their involvement essential for an effective response to the epidemic.“It is important to involve young people in policy development in order for our views, expectations and aspirations to be fully represented,” said Jennifer Ehidiamen, a blogger and journalist from Nigeria and online content curator for the project’s website.“CrowdOutAIDS.org is an innovative way to build a strong community, interested in sharing solution-based ideas and actions on AIDS,” she said. 25 October 2011Young people will be able to create and shape the new United Nations strategy on youth and HIV/AIDS through an online collaborative project launched today, which will use several social media platforms to facilitate the development of new policies to combat the pandemic. read more

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UN observer mission on IraqKuwait border phased out

The Security Council voted unanimously 3 July to phase out the UN Iraq-Kuwait Observer Mission (UNIKOM) by 6 October following a recommendation from Secretary-General Kofi Annan, who had noted that a Council resolution recognized the United States-led coalition as the interim administration for the area since the end of the second Persian Gulf War.The Mission had suspended most of its work since 17 March in advance of the US military campaign in Iraq. Since August, it had an authorized strength of five military observers, assisted by 41 international civilian personnel and 96 local staff.The mission was created to deter violations and report on hostile action along the border following Iraq’s occupation of Kuwait in 1990 and the subsequent Persian Gulf War.Mr. Annan had reported that most of the mission’s property and premises on the Iraqi side of the demilitarized zone were totally destroyed or stolen during or soon after the most recent conflict and that the mission headquarters at Um Qasr was largely demolished, apparently by looting before or during the hostilities. read more

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Contractor behind health insurance website warned it didnt have sufficient time for

Contractor behind health insurance website warned it didn’t have sufficient time for testing WASHINGTON – A major contractor behind the federal health insurance exchange website told the government last month it didn’t have enough time to test its product.CGI Federal also told the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services in a memo that it couldn’t get access to computer logs that would have pinpointed potential problems. The contractor labeled that issue as “severe” as recently as June, and said a compressed schedule didn’t allow enough time for adequate testing.The House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform asked CGI Federal for the documents last week. It released them to the public late Tuesday.The HealthCare.gov website is a key part of President Barack Obama’s health care overhaul, but its high-profile failures have marred the site since it launched Oct. 1. AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email by Jack Gillum, The Associated Press Posted Oct 30, 2013 7:27 am MDT read more

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Seeking advertising dollars Fox and MTV owner Viacom want to run antismoking

RICHMOND, Va. – More TV networks want to gain from tobacco companies’ mandate to run anti-smoking ads that will cost tens of millions of dollars.Fox Broadcasting and the company behind MTV, Comedy Central and BET argue that a court-ordered plan to air anti-tobacco ads on ABC, CBS and NBC won’t do a good job reaching young adult and black viewers. Those populations were aggressively targeted by the tobacco industry and are areas of concern for the public health community.Fox, which is owned by Rupert Murdoch’s Twenty-First Century Fox Inc., and Viacom Inc. are asking the U.S. District Court in Washington, D.C., to include its channels in the anti-smoking ad purchase.The required ads stem from a 2006 ruling that the nation’s largest cigarette makers concealed the dangers of smoking for decades. A judge ordered the tobacco companies to pay for corrective statements related to issues such as the adverse health effects of smoking, the addictiveness of smoking and nicotine and the negative health effects of secondhand smoke. The companies involved in the case include Richmond, Va.-based Altria Group Inc., owner of the biggest U.S. tobacco company, Philip Morris USA; No. 2 cigarette maker, R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Co., owned by Winston-Salem, N.C.-based Reynolds American Inc.; and No. 3 cigarette maker Lorillard Inc., based in Greensboro, N.C.Along with the TV ads, the tobacco companies are also meant to publish statements in newspapers, websites and on cigarette packs.The tobacco companies and the federal government last month agreed on how to publish the statements. The court must still approve the deal.The TV portion of the agreement with the Justice Department determined that the tobacco companies must air anti-smoking prime-time TV spots on CBS, ABC or NBC five times per week for one year. The total cost for the TV advertising could range from $40 million to $50 million depending on the time and network, according to Michael Parent, an executive with ad buying firm TargetCast.In its filing late Monday, Viacom argues the proposed plan “may pervert — rather than serve” the court’s intention to remedy the industry’s past deception and “ignores the reality that much of the programming on those networks during those hours is not geared to reach youth and African-American demographics.”“Younger viewers are more likely to watch cable (and) the broadcast networks every season is getting a little more greyer and greyer,” said Brad Adgate, an analyst for Horizon Media. “If you look at pure ratings maybe the networks will beat them because they’re much bigger, but if you want to look at where the target is going to be without waste … I think they do have a legitimate claim.”___Michael Felberbaum can be reached at http://www.twitter.com/MLFelberbaum . by Michael Felberbaum, The Associated Press Posted Jan 28, 2014 1:28 pm MDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email Seeking advertising dollars, Fox and MTV owner Viacom want to run anti-smoking ads too read more

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Transport News Brief for wk 38

National helps Greater Manchester cut collisionsNational Van Rental says it has won a big deal with the Greater Manchester Casualty Reduction Partnership as the sole supplier of rental vans. A special fleet of vans to support the Partnership’s safety camera project, Drivesafe is an important part of the deal. The firm says it has provided seven Ford Transit Connects on 12 month rental for the project. The Partnership will use the high visibility vans to monitor road speeds, aiming to cut casualties in the Greater Manchester area.More from Elinor Puzey on +44 (0)2 089 779 132 or elinor@harrisonsadler.com Transport News BriefTransport News Brief goes to over 35,000 named subscribers each week. An average of two or more ‘pass on’ readers for each subscriber suggests there are over 100,000 readers. Edited by Robin Dickeson at the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders, Halkin Street, London, SW1X 7DS, England, tel +44 (0)2 073 449 222, it is free to the commercial vehicle and road transport industry, SMMT members and journalists worldwide. Please e-mail Robin Dickeson on rdickeson@smmt.co.uk if you have news you would like us to see. If you would like copies sent to colleagues, please e-mail Natasha James on njames@smmt.co.uk. If you want your name taken off the list, please use the ‘Unsubscribe’ button at the end of the last page. Coach and truck operators unconvinced by London LEZBus and Coach Professional says a recent Open Forum by the Institute of Road Transport Engineers showed coach and truck operators sceptical about the benefits of the proposed London Low Emission Zone. Transport for London and the mayor’s office pulled out of the event after initially agreeing to provide a speaker. A consultation is due tin November with the mayor likely to approve the scheme next May for a start in 2008. Vehicles that don’t meet the standard for particulate emissions, Euro 3 by May 2008 and Euro 4 by 2012, will pay a daily charge of up to £200 or a penalty charge of up to £1,000.More from www.busandcoach.com Scania rejects MAN offerSwedish truck maker Scania says its board met on Sunday 17 September and ‘unanimously decided not to support the proposals’ from MAN AG, made public as an offer today.More from Cecilia Edström on +46 70 588 35 57 or cecilia.edstrom@scania.com Cool Pavilion glowsThe Cool Pavilion at the 2007 CV Show is doing well with Carrier Transicold and ThermoKing booked alongside reefer makers Krone, Gray & Adams and Schmitz Cargobull, and many others. Rental specialists Hill Hire will be in the Cool Pavilion for the first time. ‘The specialist zones at the CV Show and ATS prove consistently popular with exhibitors and visitors alike, said David Sedgley, CV Show and ATS Committee chairman. ‘The Cool Pavilion is set to do very well again next year.’ The show runs from 24 to 27 April 2007 at the NEC, Birmingham. It is the biggest business to business event of its type in Europe.More from Robin Dickeson +44 (0)2 073 449 222 or rdickeson@smmt.co.uk Profit up at Go-AheadBus operator Go-Ahead just reported operating profit up and pre-tax profit down for 2006. The group’s provisional results show operating profit at £97.8m (2005: £97.0m) and pre-tax profit at £91.9million (2005: £95.5m). Turnover was £1,464million (2005: £1,302m).More from www.busandcoach.com Tevo at IAATevo Limited, commercial vehicle racking manufacturer and supplier will be exhibiting at the IAA show in Hannover this week, as part of its plan to expand onto the European mainland. Buckinghamshire based Tevo says it already has dealers in The Netherlands, Norway, Switzerland, Northern Ireland and Eire.More from Rachel Rice on: +44 (0)1 628 528 034 or: rachel.rice@tevo.eu.com London deliveries at three pence a mileFollowing the delivery of Pret-A-Manger’s fleet of six Mega electric delivery vans, the complete Mega electric truck range is now available in London from the Nice Car Company. With a top speed of 30mph, payload of 425kg or 3m2 and a range of up to 60 miles, the firm says the electric Mega is proving a popular choice in the capital. As a zero emission vehicle it is exempt from Congestion Charge and road tax and benefits from free parking in Westminster and the City. ‘Charged through the standard 13amp domestic electrical supply, costs around three pence a mile to run,’ says the firms Julian Wilford.More from Julian Wilford on +44 (0)1 865 880 241 or julian@nicecarcompany.co.uk DTI plans Energy Technologies InstituteThe UK Department for Trade and Industry wants the private sector to help fund and set up an Energy Technologies Institute. The Government has offered £500m to the project. The Institute, would manage R&D investment into secure, reliable and affordable low carbon technologies over the next decade and the DTI wants the same level of commitment from the private sector.More from Paul Harrison on +44 (0)2 073 449 264 or pharrison@smmt.co.uk Volvo and Mack ready for 2007 emissions standardsRefrigerated Transporter’s Business Picture newsletter says that Volvo Trucks North America and Mack Trucks have filed papers to certify their engines for the 2007 US exhaust emission standards. The applications cover the firms’ 11, 13 and 16-litre engines. The engines will use a combination of exhaust gas recirculation and diesel particulate filters to meet the strict new standards.More from www.refrigeratedtrans.com Iveco trucks to come with AdblueIveco UK says it will deliver all new Euro 4 and 5 Eurocargo, Stralis and Trakker trucks with a full tank of AdBlue. The firm’s 108 service points also sell AdBlue from their parts departments to help give operators access to AdBlue supplies. ‘We’ve put these measures in place to ensure that keeping a vehicle topped up with AdBlue is as easy as possible,’ says Chris Thorneycroft-Smith, managing director of Iveco UK. Iveco’s Euro 4 and 5 truck engines use selective catalytic reduction to cut NOx by up to 85%, this process process involves very small amounts of AdBlue, an NOx reductant,More from James Keeler on +44 (0)2 083 991 184 or jk@garnett-keeler.com Trans-European Network progressThe European Commission says it is to tell us all about the work of the coordinators on the trans-European transport network. The co-ordinators were appointed in July 2005 to check progress on some projects.But so far the EC only seems to have told us that it is going to tell us something…Watch this space?More from Jennifer Huckstep on +44(0)2 073 449 217or jhuckstep@smmt.co.uk DaimlerChrysler backs biodieselFleet Owner says truck maker DaimlerChrysler is betting clean diesel technology will be vital to American energy policy in the near future, with biodiesel critical to the success of diesel-powered vehicles in the US.More from www.fleetowner.com Maywood doubles upMaywood Equipment Group has doubled the size of its warehouse in Maidstone to cope with the increasing demand for two post, four post and scissor lifts, as well as parking and platform lifts. It has also made a display and demonstration area for its vehicle lifts as well as a classroom style conference room, which is available for their own sales team or for distributor meetings.More from www.aftermarket.co.uk US diesel drops double digitsFleet Owner says the US national average price for a gallon of diesel collapsed at the end of week 36. It fell 11 cents to $2.857. This is equivalent to £0.401 a litre. By comparison, the UK average retail price for diesel has dropped to £0.954 a litre. In the US that would translate to $6.793 a gallon.More from www.fleetowner.com US truck anti-terrorism measures still elusiveFleet Owner says the attack on the World Trade Center woke America to the fact that terrorists can and will turn its transport systems into weapons. But five years after 9/11, the magazine finds that protecting the trucking industry against terrorism remains a major challenge, with the size and nature of the industry an obstacle for policy makers. ‘It took the federal government a while to realize that there’s a significant diversity in the types of trucking operations, so there are no one-size-fit-all options,’ according to Don L. Rondeau, former director of the American Trucking AssociationMore from www.fleetowner.com New man at NeomanJoachim Dürr just took over as chairman Neoman Bus and joins the management board of the MAN Nutzfahrzeuge Group. He takes over from Wolfgang Fahrnberger who has retired on health grounds.More from Simon Hall on +44 (0)1 263 584 199 or comms@btinternet.com Hella expands Aftermarket magazine reports that autoparts maker Hella just bought Tolerance A/S. the Danish firm develops and sells software for internet-based technical service plus the diagnosis and repair of cars for garages. Hella says the move will strengthen its Business Division Aftermarket and add to the range of services that it can offer the independent wholesale and garages markets.More from www.aftermarket.co.uk Hannover truck show opens this weekThe IAA, Europe’s biggest truck show opens on Thursday 21 September and runs to the 28th. The organisers, the German Association of the Automotive Industry (VDA) say there will be a record 253 world premieres and 1,526 exhibitors, 11% up on the event two years ago. ‘This IAA is setting new standards – it is not only larger and has more exhibitors than any previous IAA, but .. it is demonstrating the driving force for innovation of this dynamically growing key industry,’ says Prof. Bernd Gottschalk, president of the German Association of the Automotive Industry. Virtually every European van, truck and bus maker is represented, with many trailer makers, body-builders and other equipment makers too, in a huge exhibition complex.More from www.iaa.de Shell to offer two new engine oils in 2007Fire Chief’s In Service newsletter says that Shell Lubricants plans to offer two more US diesel engine lube oils in 2007. One will be the existing CI-4 Plus oil for current engines, and the other will be the new CJ-4 oil required for 2007 engines.More from www.firechief.com US medics worry about truckers’ sleep apnoeaFleet Owner says that the American College of Chest Physicians, American College of Occupational and Environmental Medicine and the National Sleep Foundation wants the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration to use new guidelines to improve screening and management of obstructive sleep apnoea amongst truck drivers. The ACCP says sleepiness and inattention contribute to many truck crashes each year and sleep apnoea significantly increases the risk of drowsy driving.More from www.fleetowner.com Foreign Trucks are good for youMotor Transport, in the UK reports that the Scottish Executive has concluded that foreign-owned trucks are god for the country’s economy, helping cut the cost of distribution costs to the rest of the UK and the EU, ‘which is good for business, consumers and the economy.’ Unsurprisingly the Scottish Road Haulage Association industry doesn’t share the enthusiasm, worrying that too few of its members will survive to enjoy the benefits of that improved economy and demanding action to ensure visiting trucks pay taxes.More from www.motortransport.co.uk Vauxhall wins 1,200 van dealVauxhall says it has won a 1,200 van deal as social housing firm, Connaught switches supplier. Worth around £18m at showroom prices, the deal includes long and short wheelbase Vivaro vans. These will run by Connaught maintenance engineers around the UK on a three year or 67,000 mile replacement cycle. ING Car Lease is funding the deal, along with 350 cars, while Essex-based van conversion specialists, Fleetshield do the sign-writing and fit internal racking, roof racks and towbars.More from Mike Gunnell on +44 (0)1 832 275 060 or mike@mgmediaservices.com London Lorry Control Scheme Mapping Project.Pie Enterprises Limited says it is developing a route planning and approval system that will make delivery planning in the London Lorry Control Zone much easier. ‘The idea includes a large wall map highlighting the permitted routes, bridge heights, weight restrictions and scheme boundaries,’ says the firm’s Mark Duke. ‘We’ll also produce a driver’s atlas offering comprehensive street mapping of central London. Importantly we’ll support these two parts with on-line route planning and approval, allowing operators to plot their route and send it online, cutting the time taken to get it approved. And it all goes live in November.’More from Mark Duke on +44 (0)2 073 246 235 or email him at mark@thepieguide.com New Bi-Fuels technology cuts diesel costs by 15%Greenpower Bi-Fuels says its new LPG additive gas kit for trucks and buses shows fuel savings between 15 to 20% and is compatible with Euro 4 and 5. The firm has just done a deal with AR Lunn Transport in Hull which will see the firm take 20 trucks fitted with Greenpower’s system. ‘This follows a successful trial on a tractor unit in Lunn’s fleet,’ said Gary McMahon at Greenpower. ‘Recently we have had a lot of interest form bus and coach operators because of the emissions benefits, especially as Euro 2 buses will take a financial battering when entering the Congestion Charge area in London next year. We can obviously help them clean up their act.’ Other firms using the technology like Palletforce member Bankside Ltd got 20% savings and say the kit will pay for itself in less than nine months. ‘You can check it out at www.gpbf.co.uk,’ says McMahon, adding that the firm wants big fleets to help with free trials.More from Gary McMahon on +44 (0)161 968 4584 or gary@gpbf.co.uk Danko shows new wildland fire trucksDanko Emergency Equipment of Snyder, Nebraska, says it has designed several new wildland fire and rescue trucks based on Mercedes Unimog 4×4 chassis. The firm showed three of the rigs at the IAFC Fire-Rescue International Show in Dallas on 14 through 16 September. The firm says many Unimog based wildland pumpers have been used by the Bureau of Land Management in the western United States.More from www.firechief.com And finally….New Scientist’s Feedback page reports that when reader Steve Vernon arrived at the UK’s University of Warwick he was heartened to find that he could save a fortune in his first year by buying textbooks from second-year students. The brightly coloured notice in the computer science room offered ‘Essential course texts for sale. Never used.’More from www.newscientist.com UK motor industry halves energy and CO2 emissionsUK vehicle makers have cut energy use, waste and CO2 emissions by half, in four years. ‘We have embraced our responsibility and delivered a clear, clean message; the motor industry is willing, capable and open about being part of the solution to the issue of sustainable motoring,’ said Christopher Macgowan, SMMT chief executive. ‘Our modern, high-tech motor industry should be given credit for this dramatic progress.’ From 2001 to 2005 the auto industry cut the average energy use from 6.2 to 3.2 MWh a vehicle. The corresponding CO2 figure per vehicle is down from 1.3 tonnes to 0.6 tonnes and waste to landfill per vehicle slashed 78 per cent, from 66.4 kg to 14.5 kg and water use almost halved from 6.2 m3 to 3.2 m3. The figures are previewed as part of the motor industry’s seventh annual sustainability report. Published on www.smmt.co.uk on Monday 18 September, the report lists sector-wide progress on economic goals, environmental performance and social responsibility measures.More from Nigel Wonnacott on +44 (0)2 073 449 226 or nwonnacott@smmt.co.uk For stand space sales and marketing for the 2007 Commercial Vehicle Show and Automotive Trade Show, from Tuesday 24 to Thursday 26 April, contact Crystal Communications on +44(0)1 634 261 262 or sales@cvshow.comClick to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window) Transaid launches 2006 Christmas appealWith just 100 days to Christmas, international development agency Transaid has launched its 2006 Christmas Appeal. ‘We’re giving transport and logistics firms the chance to send a seasonal greeting with a difference,’ says Caroline Beaumont, Transaid’s head of marketing. ‘We’re giving away a customised corporate Christmas e-Card to everyone who donates, complete with the firm’s name, logo and weblink. There is an example at www.transaid.org. ‘The e-Card is animated and you can send it to as many people as you like.’ Suggested donations range from £250 to £2,500, depending on the size of the firm.More from James Keeler on +44 (0)2 083 991 184 or jk@garnett-keeler.com New mini flat-screen reversing aid.Vision Techniques just launched a new 3.5 inch mini flat screen colour reversing system suitable for cars, vans and trucks. The new system includes a compact flat screen, windscreen mounted monitor and mini camera with a flush-fit option. ‘The system is colour adjustable and has automatically switches on in reverse gear, says the firm’s John Vincent. ‘It is easy to fit, ideal for vans and other small delivery vehicles with no rear window and takes the guess work out of reversing, cutting accidents.’ The firm says it offers a range of vehicle vision systems with monitors up to 6.8 inches.More from John Vincent on +44 (0)1 246 541 927 or john@jvms.co.uk Committee votes on Euro 5 emissions standardsThe European Parliament’s Committee on the Environment, Public Health and Food Safety has voted to introduce Euro 5 emission standards. For cars the start date is 1 September 2009 while heavier vehicles get until 1 September 2010. The Euro 5 law also means information on vehicle repairs must be easily available to independent repairers. MEPs also want dates set for Euro 6 standards and suggest 1 September 2014 for cars and 1 September 2015 for light commercial vehicles. There will be another vote in October.More from Jennifer Huckstep on +44(0)2 073 449 217or jhuckstep@smmt.co.uk MAN launches bid for ScaniaFollowing growing speculation, the BBC says that German tuck and bus maker MAN has launched an unsolicited bid worth €9.6bn (£6.5bn or $12.2n) for its Swedish rival Scania. Volkswagen and Investor, a Wallenberg family firm, each own major blocks of Scania shares and today’s Financial Times suggests Investor may reject the offer. The FT also hints at possible counter bids from other firms, including Paccar. MAN said it ‘notes the recent media speculation concerning a possible offer by MAN for Scania’ and believes ‘the rationale for the deal is compelling.’ The details of its offer are on its website www.man.de but financial rules mean they are not available to US, Canadian, Australian or Japanese readers. MAN says the combined firm would be Europe’s biggest truck business and promises another statement later this weekMore from Simon Hall on +44 (0)1 263 584 199 or comms@btinternet.com Edbro wins £500,000 dealEbdro of Bolton, says it has won a big deal with Environmental Waste Controls plc of Widnes to supply and fit its new lightweight Rolatip power hooklift systems and Rolatarp powered sheeting systems to 23 DAF eight wheeler. The trucks will do household waste collection work for Lincolnshire and Gloucestershire county councils. Edbro says its hooklift and powered sheeting system is the fastest package of its type for use in waste management, meaning more efficient operation.More from Katherine Littlewood on +44 (0)1 204 528 888 or katherine.littlewood@edbro.co.uk Volvo, Mack reward loyaltyFleet Owner says Volvo Financial Services and Mack Financial Services have each introduced MasterCards and Fuel & Service card rewards deal for US customers. These cards offer points toward the price of new Volvo and Mack trucks, parts or service and come with fleet management reporting tools.More from www.fleetowner.com read more

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Booyco committed to continued development of highend technology PDS

first_imgStaying on top of the ever changing demands of industry coupled with the pending changes to South African legislation requires a dynamic approach when it comes to Pedestrian Detection Systems (PDS). One of the biggest challenges is to get customers to understand the different technologies and what each can do, and then to get them to embrace these technologies. Anton Lourens, Managing Director of Booyco Electronics, says that often the barrier to embracing technology is cost related and this cannot always be overcome as high-end technology is expensive. “High-end technology development takes time and verification testing outside of laboratory conditions is part of this process,” he explains. “This type of development requires a close working relationship with customers as well as realistic expectations from all.” Lourens is emphatic when he says that South African companies have the ability to develop and manufacture high-end technology. “We have exceptionally capable developers and engineers and you just need to look across industry sectors to see the depth of knowledge and intellect that resides in this country; it spans all the way from physical mechanical engineering to software and specialist mobile applications. “South Africans are known to be hard workers. We don’t give up easily and it is this very persistence that has produced best-in-class products. Never mind thinking out the box; we generally don’t believe there is a box,” he says. As an example, Lourens points to the Booyco Controller Interface which is essentially a processing gateway through which all sensing technologies and informational data is channelled to create the requisite artificial intelligence which is fed to the control systems of the various TMM trackless mobile machinery. “Although our use of the latest and high-end technology may be viewed as being ahead of the pack, we believe this will form the base necessity in the future,” he says. Significantly, Booyco Electronics has been at the forefront of the PDS technology development since the company was established in 2006. From the first basic collision warning system to the Booyco Electronics PDS solution of today, the product has gone through three technology improvements. “It is this embracing of newly available technology that has allowed Booyco Electronics to remain best-in-class,” he says. Industry demands have also changed over this period and it is through the application of the available appropriate technologies that the Booyco Electronics PDS system complies with current South African legislation. The legislation mandating the use of PDS systems came into being in South Africa in 2015, and Lourens says there are varying levels of involvement in the South African mining market when it comes to the deployment of high-end technology for PDS. He explains that where the development of PDS does not form part of a TMM organisation’s global strategy, that company is less likely to develop systems that will comply specifically and only with South African legislation.Booyco Electronics’ fully integrated PDS represents the latest generation of this technology and offers a supply of information, which allows the  safety intervention capability with a data hub that enables integration with TMM OEM’s underground vehicles and equipment. Each PDS is deployed based on application specific risk assessments ensuring that it is fit-for-purpose, and according to Lourens this same PDS technology’s deployment could vary between different types of vehicles on a single site.Typically, the Booyco Electronics PDS incorporates VLF technology for pedestrian detection either on surface or underground together with GPS technology for vehicle detection on surface. It delivers specific warning, controlled slow-down and stopping zone alerts around a vehicle when detecting pedestrians or other vehicles. This is unique in that it is able to achieve zone shaping and create narrow band zones in close proximity on the side of the vehicles. In the event of an emergency, an “emergency call” signal transmitted via the miners’ personal communication tags can bring all vehicles in the area to an immediate stop if installed.The PDS is manufactured with full self-diagnostics, and is visual and voice display activated in the case of a PDS warning or a system failure. It incorporates various downloading options for recorded data including wireless when at an access point. It is supplied complete with testing equipment for both the surface and underground areas to ensure maximum functionality. The system is also IS-compliant meeting the safety requirements of fiery mines.last_img read more

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Spains King takes a pay cut too

first_imgSpain’s King takes a pay cut too1.6K views00:00 / 00:00- 00:00:0000:00Spain’s King takes a pay cut too1.6K viewsBusinessSpain’s economic recovery is being helped along by a cost-cutting King. King Felipe VI will earn around 234,000 euros in 2015 as head of state, 20 percent less than last year. The Royal family willVentuno Web Player 4.50Spain’s economic recovery is being helped along by a cost-cutting King. King Felipe VI will earn around 234,000 euros in 2015 as head of state, 20 percent less than last year. The Royal family willlast_img read more

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Bajirao Mastani mints money at box office but Eros share languishes

first_img#Dilwale Overseas total: $ 22.5 million [₹ 149.80 cr]… UAE-GCC alone is $ 7.5 million. UK 4th SRK film to cross £ 2 million.— taran adarsh (@taran_adarsh) January 4, 2016 “Bajirao Mastani” is rocking at the box office, but its distributor is languishing at the bourses.Eros International Media, the global distributor of Ranveer-Deepika-Priyanka Chopra-starrer “Bajirao Mastani”, has done more than analysts would have expected, as far the movie’s box office collections are concerned. The movie, released on 18 December, 2015, collected Rs 301 crore at the box office worldwide by the end of the third week, according to the company’s regulatory filing with the Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) on 4 January, 2016.This includes Rs 211 crore in India and Rs 90 crore ($13.5 milliion) overseas.The movie, which Eros claims is the third-highest grosser of 2015, is still running to packed houses at cinema halls.But the stupendous box office success of this Sanjay Leela Bhansali directorial is not translating into gains for the company’s investors in the stock exchanges.The stock has slid since 18 December, when it closed at Rs 260, to Rs 239 on 4 January, though it recovered partially on Tuesday to close at Rs 244.60 on the BSE.Other blockbusters distributed by the company included “Bajrangi Bhaijaan” and “Tanu Weds Manu Returns”.”Bajirao Mastani” was expected to face a tough challenge from Shah Rukh Khan’s “Dilwale”, which released on the same day. The movie, starring Kajol, Varun Dhawan and Kriti Sanon, has been directed by Rohit Shetty. Its distributor is Shah Rukh Khan-owned Red Chillies Entertainment. The movie has earned Rs 291.38 crore at the box office worldwide, according to trade analyst Taran Adarsh.#Dilwale Week 1: 102.65 cr. Week 2: 31.22 cr. Week 3: Fri 3.41 cr, Sat 1.90 cr, Sun 2.40 cr. Grand total: ₹ 141.58 cr. India biz.— taran adarsh (@taran_adarsh) January 4, 2016last_img read more

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ArjunMalaika marriage Kapoor says speculation is understandable as his peers are happily

first_imgMalaika Arora, Arjun Kapoor, Sanjay Kapoor with wife Maheep Kapoor, Karan JoharInstagramIs Arjun Kapoor getting married to Malaika Arora? The question has been popping up in the industry ever since the two decided not to hide their relationship from anyone. Over the past few months, Arjun and Malaika have been frequently seen and photographed together which has only given fodder to their wedding rumours. But does it bothers Arjun? The actor said that the speculation around his wedding is understandable as his peers are now happily married. When he was asked if he is planning to tie the knot, Arjun told IANS, “As far as my marriage is concerned, the speculation is understandable because that’s the nature of the business, and because my peers have got married, there seems to be this buzz that I should also just (get married).”Over the past few months, Arjun and Malaika have been frequently seen and photographed together. On Thursday itself, Malaika joined Arjun and his family members and close friends for a screening of his forthcoming film India’s Most Wanted in Mumbai. While she went into the show alone, she made an exit with Arjun.They are also seen attending several parties together. Arjun, 33, said he is currently in a comfortable space in his life.”I am very happy in my personal and professional space and I wish to keep it like that. I have not hidden things in the last few months as well. So, when there is something to speak about, I will talk about it,” he added.(With IANS Inputs)last_img read more

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Whats Coming to Netflix in February 2019

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Gay Travel Health 5 Tips for Healthy Gay Travel

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first_imgDecember 18, 2008 – The FDA has cleared the 3.0 Tesla IMRISneuro manufactured by IMRIS Inc. for sale in the U.S. IMRISneuro is available with either a 1.5 Tesla or a 3T magnet. Both systems provide IMRIS’ patented technology and utilize 70 cm wide bore advanced magnetic resonance imaging systems from Siemens.The 3T IMRISneuro provides advanced imaging techniques for surgical planning such as diffusion tensor imaging (DTI), functional MRI and spectroscopy as well as vascular imaging in a platform specifically designed for use in an operating room. This additional system provides hospitals with more choice to meet the unique and growing needs of intraoperative and interventional imaging.The 3T IMRISneuro has also been approved in Canada, with the first system delivered to Foothills Hospital in Calgary, Alberta in November 2008. Previously, Foothills Hospital led the way in intraoperative MR imaging by being the first in the world to choose the 1.5T IMRISneuro system.For more information: www.imris.com FacebookTwitterLinkedInPrint分享 Technology | December 18, 2008 FDA Clears IMRIS to Sell 3T MR last_img read more

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Building a convention capital in Adelaide

first_imgAdelaide Convention Bureau CEO Damien KittonTransforming the city of Adelaide into an events epicentre has been a 41-year journey for the Adelaide Convention Bureau.The organisation posted a record year in 2014/15 including winning the right to host more than 3000 delegates from around the world at the 68th International Astronautical Congress in 2017. It was among 119 future events secured during 2014/15 valued at AUD$150.6m.Adelaide Convention Bureau CEO Damien Kitto said the IAC would be the largest international event of its kind ever held in South Australia and would inject AUD$18 million into the state economy.He said winning large global conferences was a complicated process which took up to a decade and included forming a host bid committee, gaining the support of local, internationally respected industry leaders and winning the Australian bidding rights.“Then it was a process of exhibiting two years out before the decision was made to promote the bid, promote the Australian aeronautical industry and lobby the decision makers,” Kitto said.“More often than not with these bigger events you don’t win it first time round, it becomes a learning process … then hopefully you win it second time round.”Founded by industry in partnership with Adelaide City Council in 1974 as the peak industry body to promote and secure events, the establishment of the Adelaide Convention Bureau was also viewed as a key driver of investment in the meeting, hospitality and services sector in the City of Adelaide.The bureau arrived as a serious player in the events market in 1987 following the completion of the Adelaide Convention Centre – the first purpose-built centre of its kind in Australia.The convention centre is now undergoing a massive extension. Its first stage opened in March while the second stage will be completed in mid-2017, in time for the IAC in September, and will replace the original Plenary Building with a multi-purpose, state-of-the-art facility with plenary capacity of up to 3,500 seats.According to Patrick Robinson from Invest Adelaide, the city’s reputation as a top global convention destination for large-scale business events is being safeguarded through continued investment in local convention infrastructure, said.“The Convention Centre expansion does just that, and confirms Adelaide’s status as one the world’s leading convention locations,” Robinson said.The South Australian Government has also this year announced a $5 million bid fund for use with strategic bids to assist in attracting significant conventions to Adelaide and specifically to the Adelaide Convention Centre.The importance of the events and meetings industry in attracting investment is clearly evidenced in several new city hotels scheduled to open in the next three years, adding about 1400 rooms to Adelaide’s accommodation market.Kitto said about half of Adelaide’s major conferences were related to science, particularly medical science thanks largely to the convention centre being next door to the largest biomedical hub in the southern hemisphere.“With the extension to the convention centre we are now able to bid for larger conferences,” Kitto said.“To have the commercial support from government and to have a large convention centre of absolute world-class quality and to have a compact convenient city we are delivering very good outcomes.”Adelaide also hosted 120 global buyers and media from around the world at Dreamtime 2015 in December.Tourism Australia Managing Director John O’Sullivan said Dreamtime was integral to Australia’s broader Tourism 2020 industry targets to grow the business events sector to $16 billion annually by the end of the decade.“Dreamtime is Australia’s largest business events showcase, which allows us to connect with qualified buyers from key markets including Greater China, Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, India, New Zealand, USA and the United Kingdom,” O’Sullivan said.“We believe Adelaide and South Australia provide the perfect gateway for our key international buyers to experience a fantastic array of experiences and destinations on offer in Australia – and it’s an ideal time for the city to showcase its new developments.”The success of the Adelaide Convention Bureau significantly benefits City business across a number of related industry sectors driving economic growth and fostering investment attraction as an integral part of Invest Adelaide.This story was originally published on News Leads.Source = Andrew Spence via News Leadslast_img read more

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Whats Behind the Surge in Home Sales

first_imgWhat’s Behind the Surge in Home Sales? December 19, 2016 502 Views Share The frigid weather may have arrived just as winter is set to begin, but home sales were anything but cold in November, according to recent reports.In its December National Housing Report, RE/MAX found a year-over-year increase of 19 percent for home sales during the month of November, while Redfin found a similar rate of home sales gains (20 percent) for the month.Why were home sales so strong in November compared with last year? For one, they usually aren’t, according to RE/MAX. Their 19 percent increase went against the usual seasonal trend of slowdowns on the eve of winter during the eight-year history of their National Housing Report.The answer to the question may lie in the fundamentals. Inventory fell by 17 percent year-over-year in November, and the median sales price for the 53 markets measured in RE/MAX’s report came in at nearly 9 percent higher over-the-year in November (up to $220,000).“The continued decline of inventory and talk of rising interest rates may have contributed to November’s surge of home sales,” said Dave Liniger, RE/MAX CEO, Chairman of the Board and Co-Founder. “Over the past 11 months, the majority of markets have seen home prices return to their pre-recession levels, reaffirming that 2016 has been the best year for the housing market since the recession.”Both Redfin and RE/MAX reported similar declines in the number of days on the market for homes in November—for Redfin, the number fell from 56 a year ago down to 50 in November 2016, while for RE/MAX it was 65 days last year down to 59 this year.According to Redfin, one of the drivers behind the increased home sales in November, was the fact that the TRID rule went into effect in October 2015, subsequently slowed down sales for the following month.“Last year we saw a temporary slump in November sales as new mortgage industry regulations went into effect and delayed some closings,” said Redfin chief economist Nela Richardson. “Now, those regulatory hurdles have largely been resolved but the market is by no means back to normal.”center_img Home Sales 2016-12-19 Seth Welborn in Daily Dose, Data, Featured, Newslast_img read more

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