Dog Bite Prevention Week Give a thought to letter carriers

first_imgOne of Curt Waser’s favorite movies is “The Sandlot,” but the Vancouver postal service worker came a little too close to re-enacting a scary scene from the 1993 film while working one day in 2017.Waser, 54, was walking back to his van when he heard a dog growling loudly behind a 6-foot fence. Waser, who has worked as a letter carrier for 28 years, knew the house and the dog, and knew it wasn’t usually loose in the yard. While Waser walked to his van, the growling grew louder, and Waser could tell the dog was right up against the other side of the fence. He picked up his pace, looked back and saw the pit bull’s front legs and head dangling over the top of the fence.Waser again picked up his pace, reached his van and slipped inside while shutting the door. He looked back and saw the pit bull darting toward his van.“It had a mission,” Waser said. “I beat it, though.”While Waser was lucky to elude the dog, not all U.S. Postal Service workers are as lucky. There were 6,244 Postal Service employees attacked by dogs in 2017, according to information sent out by the Postal Service, which is more than 500 fewer than in 2016. The service is asking customers to think about the safety of Postal Service employees this week, as Sunday kicked off the service’s National Dog Bite Prevention Week.In Vancouver, one Postal Service employee was attacked by a dog in 2017, down from two in 2016, according to Peter Hass, spokesman for the Postal Service. Houston, Texas, had 71 Postal Service employees attacked by dogs in 2017, the most of any city. Seattle tied for 13th with 28 attacks, and Portland tied for 17th with 24 attacks.last_img read more

US adds solid 224000 jobs Fed rate cut may be less certain

first_img WASHINGTON (AP) — U.S. employers sharply stepped up their hiring in June, adding a robust 224,000 jobs, an indication of the economy’s durability after more than a decade of expansion.The strength of the jobs report the government issued Friday could complicate a decision for the Federal Reserve late this month on whether to cut interest rates to help support the economy. Most investors have anticipated a rate cut in July and perhaps one or two additional Fed cuts later in the year. That scenario may be less likely now.Stocks sold off Friday, with the Dow Jones Industrial Average down roughly 150 points in late-morning trading, reflecting a view that the Fed might engage in fewer rate hikes. The yield on the 10-year U.S. Treasury note climbed to 2.06% from just under 2%.June’s solid job growth followed a tepid gain of 72,000 jobs in May, a result that had fueled concerns about the economy’s health. But with June’s pace of hiring, employers have now added, on average, a solid 171,000 jobs for the past three months. Last month’s burst of hiring suggests that many employers have shrugged off concerns about weaker growth, President Donald Trump’s trade wars and the waning benefits from U.S. tax cuts.“Although there are drags on the economy in 2019, the expansion should continue through this year,” said Gus Faucher, chief economist at PNC Financial Services. “The doom and gloom was overblown.”The unemployment rate ticked up to 3.7% in June from 3.6% for the previous two months, reflecting an influx of people seeking jobs who were initially counted as unemployed. Average hourly wages rose 3.1% from a year ago.Trump responded to Friday’s jobs report by tweeting, “JOBS, JOBS, JOBS!” But the strong hiring gains have lessened the case, at least for now, for the Fed to slash rates as Trump has repeatedly and aggressively pressed the central bank to do.“If we had a Fed that would lower interest rates, we’d be like a rocket ship,” the president asserted to reporters in an appearance Friday. “But we’re paying a lot of interest, and it’s unnecessary. But we don’t have a Fed that knows what they’re doing.”Last year, Fed officials raised rates four times, in part to stave off the risk of high inflation and in part to try to ensure that they would have room to cut rates if the economy stumbled.On Friday, the Fed reiterated that it would act as necessary sustain the economic expansion, while noting that most Fed officials have lowered their expectations for the course of rates. The Fed’s statement came in its semiannual report on monetary policy.In Friday’s jobs report for June, the hiring gains were broad. Construction companies added 21,000 workers after having increased their payrolls by only 5,000 in May. Manufacturers hired 17,000, up from just 3,000 in May. Health care and social assistance added 50,500 jobs. Hiring by transportation and warehousing companies increased 23,900.The government sector was a major source of hiring, adding 33,000 jobs in June. Nearly all those gains were at the local level.For Todd Leff, CEO of Hand & Stone Massage and Facial Spa, the resilience of the U.S. job market has provided both an opportunity and a challenge. With more Americans earning steady paychecks, demand for massages and facials has increased, and the company plans to add 60 locations this year and roughly 1,800 jobs. But the low unemployment rate has also made it hard to find and retain workers.“We could hire 1,000 more employees today — if they were available,” said Leff, whose company has about 430 locations and is based in Trevose, Pennsylvania.Investors have been turning their attention to the Fed, which has expressed concern about threats to the economy, especially the uncertainties from Trump’s trade wars, and about inflation remaining persistently below its 2% target level. A Fed rate cut, whenever it happens, would be its first in more than a decade.Joshua Shapiro, chief U.S. economist for the consultancy MFR, said the likelihood of a Fed rate cut late this month is now slightly lower, though he still estimates that the federal funds rate — what banks charge each other — will be sharply lower by the end of next year.Ryan Wang, U.S. economist at HSBC Bank, suggested that the solid jobs report might create a communications challenge for Fed Chairman Jerome Powell when he testifies Wednesday and Thursday to congressional committees.The financial markets still foresee a rate cut of 25 points this month, Wang said, adding, “It will be important to see if Chair Powell lays out on a strong case for near-term monetary easing in his testimony next week.”The sluggish pace of hiring in May had signaled that employers might have grown more cautious because of global economic weakness and, perhaps, some difficulty in finding enough qualified workers at the wages that companies are willing to pay.The pace of the overall economy is widely thought to be slowing from annual growth that neared a healthy 3% last year. Consumer spending has solidified. Home sales are rebounding. But America’s manufacturing sector is weakening along with construction spending. Growth in the services sector, which includes such varied industries as restaurants, finance and recreation, slowed in June.Overall, though, employers have been adding jobs faster than new workers are flowing into the economy. That suggests that the unemployment rate will remain near its five-decade low and that the economy will keep growing, even if only modestly. AP, Updated: 10:31 AM Posted: July 5, 2019 AP center_img July 5, 2019 US adds solid 224,000 jobs; Fed rate cut may be less certain Categories: Local San Diego News, National & International News FacebookTwitterlast_img read more

American Soybean Association Unveils Policy and TradeFocused Strategic Plan

first_imgThe board of directors of the American Soybean Association (ASA) approved a comprehensive strategic plan that will strengthen the organization’s efforts on policy and trade. The plan, approved by the ASA board at its annual winter meetings in St. Louis this week, will guide the association’s activity to the year 2021.“We are a proud organization with a long history of driving profitability for our farmer members, and this plan will help ensure that we progress in that role over the next five years,” said ASA President Wade Cowan, a farmer from Brownfield, Texas. “In 2020, ASA will celebrate 100 years of championing the issues of soybean farmers, and there is no better way to honor that legacy than by making the strategic changes necessary to ensure our organization is strong and agile for years to come.”The strategic plan will make the following changes with the end goal of focusing the ASA mission more centrally on policy and trade benefiting soybean farmers:ASA will add additional policy personnel and resources to the association by shifting resources previously and currently devoted to membership recruitment, partnering with states to invest in ASA’s leadership development programs, and restructuring board representation formulas.ASA will respond to state affiliate requests to provide total flexibility to states to structure and conduct membership how they believe will be most effective in their states by replacing national membership dues with tiered state affiliate investment levels in the national organization.The plan will restructure the ASA Board of Directors and its committees so that the Board spends its time focused on policy and trade issues of importance to soybean farmers.ASA will also revise board meeting formats to accomplish the above objectives.Finally, ASA will establish, in partnership with states, a Soy Regulatory Issues Coalition to provide analysis and actionable information on the growing list of environmental and regulatory issues we must confront at state and national levels.“These changes will strengthen ASA’s advocacy work, and we’ll continue those other focus areas of ASA that allow us to be effective for soybean farmers,” said Cowan. “We’ll continue world-class leadership development programs to train leaders and develop spokespersons to engage influencers, state affiliate partnering and collaboration, communications efforts, corporate partnering to leverage the support of industry, Commodity Classic, and ASA leadership in international marketing and trade issues through USSEC and WISHH.”The plan is the product of nearly two years of discussions by an ASA task force comprised of farmer leaders and state and national soybean staff, led by former association president Steve Wellman, a farmer from Syracuse, Neb.“This plan was something that we needed to get right. It wasn’t quick, and it wasn’t easy, but we believe the end product is a roadmap for advancing our success on behalf of the nation’s soybean farmers,” Wellman said. “We have world-class ideas here at ASA, with farmer-leaders and staff that are motivated and enlightened to bring those ideas to reality. Our strategic plan will help ensure that the nuts and bolts of our association are structured in such a way that enables our strengths to shine through.”A copy of the ASA strategic plan is available by clicking here.last_img read more

Watch Rahul Gandhi leaves student blushing at Chennai college says call me

first_imgRahul Gandhi was interacting with students in Chennai on Wednesday, March 13. The Congress party has partnered with the influential opposition DMK party, formerly led by Karunanidhi, to take on the NDA in Tamil Nadu, which has officially joined the ruling AIADMK. Congress president Rahul Gandhi was responding to a question in Chennai’s Stella Maris college.Twitter/Congress”Can you call me Rahul instead of sir? It makes me more comfortable,” said Congress president Rahul Gandhi while interacting with Chennai’s Stella Maris college students. Gandhi was seen addressing hundreds of students as part of his campaign for next month’s national election. The crowd cheered listening to the words of the Congress president while the student, Azra, from the department of finance, was blushing with her tongue out.#WATCH: Congress President Rahul Gandhi asks a student at Stella Maris College, Chennai, to call him Rahul, when she starts a question with “Hi Sir”. #TamilNadu— ANI (@ANI) March 13, 2019″The question I have for you, Rahul, is that the Tata Institute of Fundamental Research faced huge funding problems,” Azra asked.”We are convinced our country is spending less on education, our target is 6 per cent. It is not only about spending money on education, but also independence on education. All our educational institutions should be able to challenge us…I want you all to make me uncomfortable,” replied Rahul Gandhi.Wearing a grey T-shirt and jeans, the Congress president faced a range of questions from the audience about the Congress-led UPA’s plans for economic growth, bringing peace in Jammu and Kashmir, on charges against his brother-in-law Robert Vadra, views about the Modi government and the reason for hugging Modi in Parliament.last_img read more

China sends notice to WTO and EU cheap exports soon to be

first_imgChina has served notice to World Trade Organization member,s including the European Union and the United States that complaints about its cheap exports will need to meet a higher standard from December 2016, a Beijing envoy said at a WTO meeting.Ever since it joined the WTO in 2001, China has frequently attracted complaints that its exports are being “dumped”, or sold at unfairly cheap prices on foreign markets. Under world trade rules, importing countries can slap punitive tariffs on goods that are suspected of being dumped.Normally such claims are based on a comparison with domestic prices in the exporting country.But the terms of China’s membership stated that — because it was not a “market economy” — other countries did not need to use China’s domestic prices to justify their accusations of Chinese dumping, but could use other arguments.China’s representative at a WTO meeting on Tuesday said the practice was “outdated, unfair and discriminatory” and under its membership terms, it would automatically be treated as a “market economy” after 15 years, which meant 11 December, 2016.All WTO members would have to stop using their own calculations from that date, said the Chinese envoy, whose name was not given by a WTO official who spoke to reporters about the meeting.Dumping complaints are a frequent cause of trade disputes at the WTO, and dumping duties are even more frequently levied on Chinese products.In September alone, the WTO said it had been notified of EU anti-dumping actions on 22 categories of Chinese exports, from solar power components to various types of steel products and metals, as well as food ingredients such as aspartame, citric acid and monosodium glutamate. The EU was also slapping duties on Chinese bicycles, ring binder mechanisms and rainbow trout.From the end of next year, such lists would need to be based on China’s domestic prices “to avoid any unnecessary WTO disputes”, the Chinese representative said.More than 20% of the 500 disputes brought to the WTO in its 20 year history have involved dumping, including several between China, the EU and the United States in the last few years.last_img read more

3DS Circle Pad peripheral battery life is 480 hours

first_imgBack in August we heard a rumor that ended up being true, that the 3DS was set to get a right analog stick attachment for around $10. The reason was to support games that benefit from having two sticks. Why Nintendo didn’t ship the 3DS with two sticks as standard we’ll never know.What you may not have realized is the stick peripheral, thought to be called the Circle Pad Pro or Slide Pad, requires power in the form of a single AAA battery. So as well as recharging your 3DS battery, you also need to keep a supply of AAA batteries on hand for the peripheral. The need for another battery isn’t as big of a frustration as it sounds when you hear how long the battery life is for the Circle Pad Pro.The peripheral isn’t meant to hit store shelves in Japan until tomorrow, but a few have been picked up early. According to the manual included in the packaging, the estimated battery life is 480 hours. In other words, it really isn’t going to be a hassle. One pack of AAA batteries may last the lifetime of your 3DS unless you’re a really heavy user.Such a long battery life looks to be a blessing. If you check out the image of the peripheral above, it appears you need a screwdriver in order to get the battery cover open. I’m also a bit taken aback as to how big and clunky the clip-on plastic housing looks. You certainly won’t be fitting your 3DS in a standard case once this is attached.via Andriasanglast_img read more

Intels Perceptual Computing marks neodesktop era

first_img(—Intel wants you to know that voice, face and gesture control will become a familiar feature in computers. The time for a new kind of notebook world is now, for Intel, and computing facets including touch, voice, and visual are seated under Intel’s umbrella term, Perceptual Computing. Intel is promoting this idea as the way people will interact with their computers, and the accent is on the word interact. The keyboard and mouse retreat in the background yielding to gestures and face and speech recognition. Citation: Intel’s Perceptual Computing marks neo-desktop era (2013, January 14) retrieved 18 August 2019 from Explore further This document is subject to copyright. Apart from any fair dealing for the purpose of private study or research, no part may be reproduced without the written permission. The content is provided for information purposes only. The idea and implementation are not in the so-distant future and Intel wants to get this platform going. Intel is offering developers a Perceptual Computing SDK in beta. As a voice recognition partner, Nuance is partnering with Intel for advanced voice recognition with support for nine languages in 27 countries.Built-in features will include voice assistance for posting news and updates to social networking sites, searching Wikipedia, and controlling video games. The $150 3-D camera peripheral, through an Intel partnership with Creative, will be able to sense gestures from between six to 36 inches. The camera will go on sale some time this year but developers are invited to buy it on the website. Intel is encouraging developers to buy the Creative Interactive Gesture Camera Developer Kit. This refers to a depth-sensor camera for use with the kit for object-tracking. Intel: Ultrabooks will be thin and light but heavy in innovationcenter_img Ballista Perceptual Computing Demo Facial recognition, which Intel is using as part of its plan, is being promoted as a tool for computer security within this vision of Perceptual Computing. Intel believes the capability will enable stronger passwords. The facial recognition component will be able to detect multiple muscular points on a person’s face, lessening the risk of unauthorized access via attempts to get in via a photo or video.Meanwhile, Intel is actively reaching out to enterprising developers who will be key in driving the adoption of this platform. Intel anticipates developers will want to show their coding skills and let their imaginations fly. Intel’s free Perceptual Computing SDK, in all, will allow developers to work with facial analysis, speech recognition, hand and finger tracking, and 2-D/3-D object tracking on Intel’s Ultrabooks. As sources of inspiration, Intel is offering developers a “showcase” of applications created using the SDK. Examples include a rhythm action game for gesture technology platforms. Last month, Intel announced another motivator, the Perceptual Computing Challenge, with cash prizes, as a developer contest running throughout 2013. The Challenge is promoting development of gaming, productivity, multimodal, and creative UI applications using the Intel Perceptual Computing SDK and Creative Interactive Gesture Camera. The Intel shift that the company wants to effect sooner than later strengthens the role of the interface. The Perceptual-Computing model makes use of voice and face recognition which could replace passwords for user authentication; gesture recognition would be another important feature especially fit for gaming and educational activities. Kirk Skaugen, Intel vice president and general manager of the PC Client Group, recently elaborated on the concept of Perceptual Computing for an audience at the Consumer Electronics Show. More information: … eptual-computing-sdk © 2013 Phys.orglast_img read more

Keeping Passwords Out of the Hands of Hackers

first_img Free Webinar | Sept. 9: The Entrepreneur’s Playbook for Going Global Could your business be the next one hit by hackers hungry for passwords?After non-stop news of hacker break-ins at LinkedIn, eHarmony and other online sites resulting in millions of leaked passwords, you may be wondering if your business is any better prepared or protected. It’s a good question, given the risks. Stolen passwords that give intruders access to your systems can lead to costly scams and fraud, wreck your company’s reputation, prompt customer defections and spawn significant cleanup costs.Few companies store passwords properly, even though doing so usually isn’t difficult, security experts say. Most Web developers are not schooled in current best practices and fail to implement sufficiently strong security technologies. Often, they neglect security or plan to add it later, says Aleksandr Yampolskiy, chief technology officer at New York-based Cinchcast, a webcasting startup, and former head of security at Gilt Groupe, a luxury shopping site. “The problem is later almost never comes,” he says.If a weak password system is put in place early in a company’s life, it often remains untouched as the company grows into, say, a social-networking juggernaut. By then, the company’s technology infrastructure has become more complex and costly to retrofit, leading to still more delays.”Hopefully new companies starting out now will take a lesson from LinkedIn, and they’ll build their password storage correctly,” says Chris Wysopal, chief technology officer at Veracode, a Burlington, Mass., Web security firm.Related: Free Tools for Improving Online SecurityLuckily, being an entrepreneur has advantages if you need to make password storage more secure. The task is “easier for small companies because they have less complex systems, they have less users to worry about,” says Johannes B. Ullrich, chief research officer at the SANS Technology Institute, a network-security training provider. Startups with a clean slate can accomplish it in five minutes.Here are some precautions you can take to fortify your company against password thieves:Secure your website.Most password thefts begin with an attack on the victim company’s website. Have your site checked by a Web security expert for software vulnerabilities and coding errors that create pathways to your password database, or scan it for flaws yourself and fix anything amiss.Store passwords safely.Should a hacker get into your site, your best defense is passwords that are strongly encrypted so that cracking them would be painfully slow or nearly impossible, Ullrich says. Companies should “hash” passwords using a strong encryption technology, or mash it with an algorithm, and store only the resulting “hashed” version. During that process, they should also add “salt,” or additional random data, to each password to further complicate efforts to crack them. It also helps to require users to set long and complex passwords, which can be significantly more difficult to guess than short or common passwords.Unfortunately, many companies hash passwords using obsolete encryption technologies, such as SHA-1 from the 1970s. (LinkedIn used SHA-1 without salt.) SHA-1, MD5 and other still popular technologies were cracked by hackers long ago and offer little protection, experts say.Related: Three Tech Tools for Keeping Sensitive Business Data SafeCompanies ought to be using encryption methods designed for passwords, such as the free open source Bcrypt, which runs passwords through an encryption algorithm many times so that cracking them can literally take years. While this can be time consuming, it only has to be done when a user creates or changes a password.Consider two-factor authentication. Some people argue that passwords have had their day and simply need to be replaced with something stronger. That something is “two-factor authentication,” which requires something you know (a password) and something you have in your possession. The second factor is often a device that provides a difficult-to-steal, one-time code that users enter along with their password.If your passwords unlock particularly sensitive information, you may want to consider putting two-factor authentication in place, Wysopal says.Thanks to Google, implementing two-factor authentication has gotten a lot easier for small companies in recent years. Google allows businesses to use OpenID to connect to its systems for free for authentication, which can include “2-step verification” with a text message to a smartphone. Or companies could implement this two-factor authentication themselves using the open source Google Authenticator.Related: How to Repair a Damaged Reputation OnlinePut it in writing and verify.When hiring a Web developer, include password security in your requirements so the developer will have to fix any problems. Ullrich suggests going further and requiring your developer to commit to addressing the top 10 Web application security risks identified by the non-profit group OWASP, which include insecure password storage.Also, make sure any third-party software you use, such as Web forms and content management systems, has a secure password arrangement. Hire a security expert, even if for a day, to review your password system and other site security measures and make sure they’re safe and sound. June 18, 2012 Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. 5 min read Growing a business sometimes requires thinking outside the box. Register Now »last_img read more

Shooting in central Playa del Carmen leaves one dead another injured

first_imgPlaya del Carmen, Q.R. — A shooting in the center of Playa del Carmen Tuesday night has left one injured and one dead.Preliminary reports say the shooting occurred at 10:20 p.m. on Calle 20 between Fifth Avenue and 10th Avenue inside a handicraft business called Grace. Reports say the shooting occurred when the business was open and full of customers.Although the reason for the attack remains unknown, the city of Playa del Carmen released a statement only confirming the death of one and injury of another in the incident, noting that no other people, including tourists or store personnel, were injured.Shooting in central Playa del Carmen leaves one dead, another injuredPhoto: PGR SolidaridadElements of the municipal, state and federal police arrived at the scene to secure the area and begin their investigation.The injured man was taken to the hospital. His health situation remains unknown. After the attack, the Ministry of Public Security in coordination with the municipal authorities activated heavy security protocols in the area.Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)last_img read more

Barco Adds New Workflow Enhancement Features to Diagnostic Display Systems

first_img Technology | Flat Panel Displays | November 28, 2018 LG Unveils New Diagnostic Monitor, Digital X-ray Detectors at RSNA 2018 LG Electronics is expanding its U.S. medical imaging portfolio with a new high-performance 21-inch diagnostic monitor… read more Feature | Cardiac Imaging | March 22, 2019 | By Greg Freiherr Siemens Joins GE with Launch of Cardiac CT Scanner Reflecting a trend toward the increased use of… read more Related Content The DBI CL8MPS from Double Black Imaging LG Medical MonitorsLeveraging years of industry-leading expertise in flat-panel display technology, LG Business Solutions has expanded their medical imaging device portfolio of the most accurate displays possible.SharePlay VideoPlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration Time 4:57Loaded: 0%0:00Progress: 0%0:00 Progress: 0%Stream TypeLIVERemaining Time -4:57 Playback Rate1ChaptersChaptersdescriptions off, selectedDescriptionssubtitles off, selectedSubtitlescaptions settings, opens captions settings dialogcaptions off, selectedCaptionsdefault, selectedAudio TrackFullscreenThis is a modal window.Caption Settings DialogBeginning of dialog window. 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Sponsored Content | Videos | Flat Panel Displays | December 25, 2018 VIDEO: 50 Years of Innovative Visual Technology EIZO, which means image in Japanese, is a visual technology company that develops and manufactures high-end display s read more March 8, 2017 — Healthcare imaging specialist Barco has expanded its diagnostic display toolset for a more intuitive workflow with new features to support radiologists with their increasingly busy and demanding workload. The new additions were developed to increase visibility of subtle details and better control the reading environment.Barco’s SpotView is used to highlight a specific area of interest by creating a focal spot in the image, especially helpful when viewing pediatric extremities, breast calcifications and chest images. Now, with SpotView Invert, it is possible to invert the grayscales, reversing whites and blacks inside the spot. This makes some fine details even more visible. Combined with SpotView Mag, which makes the details inside the spot twice as large, radiologists will be able to see the tiniest details, faster.Another addition is SpotView Align, which provides additional shapes (a bar or V-shape) to segment the image for review. The bar shape can be used across multiple studies or across multiple images, when comparing mammograms with priors, for example. The bars can be rotated for angled segmentation.The V-shape is ideal for custom, methodical mammography screening. It can be rotated to align with the chest wall in mammography images and help compare the symmetry of structures. The bar width and angle can be customized. SpotView Align works together with SpotView Invert and SpotView Mag for an even more optimized workflow.Another improvement was made to the DimView feature. DimView reduces peripheral ambient light from auxiliary displays during reading sessions. Now it’s possible to link multiple non-diagnostic displays at the radiologist’s workstation and have them dimmed simultaneously. In order to fully control the reading environment, Barco also allows users to adjust the luminance of the worklist displays, even for non-Barco displays.All features can be controlled with the Barco touchpad. It integrates custom swipe motions and standard mouse functions for a more ergonomic and more fluent workflow. Powered by Barco’s MXRT display controllers, built on AMD FirePro hardware, the new tools bring enhanced productivity and workflow, and improved visibility.Barco demonstrated the new features at the 2017 European Congress of Radiology (ECR), March 1-5 in Vienna, Austria.For more information: FacebookTwitterLinkedInPrint分享 50 Years of Innovative Visual TechnologyEIZO, which means image in Japanese, is a visual technology company that develops and manufactures high-end display solutions. 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Photo by Greg Freiherr Feature | Flat Panel Displays | April 11, 2019 | By Melinda Taschetta-Millane Flat Panels to Help Enhance and Streamline Workflow The flat panel display market shows signs of maturing, however many new applications are available that can help to s read more News | Flat Panel Displays | June 18, 2019 Double Black Imaging Announces Expanded Display Line and Ergonomic Workstation Solutions Double Black Imaging (DBI) and their Image Systems Division are releasing their new clinical and diagnostic display… read more Technology | Flat Panel Displays | December 06, 2018 USEI Introduces Windows-Based iPad Medical Imaging Viewing Solution at RSNA 2018 U.S. Electronics Inc. (USEI) recently announced the release of what it calls the world’s first Windows-compatible… read more News | Oncology Diagnostics | February 06, 2019 Oxford University Hospitals Employs Barco Synergi for Multi-disciplinary Cancer Conferences Oxford University Hospitals (OUH) is trialing clinical collaboration technology from Barco for its Multi-disciplinary… read more News | Flat Panel Displays | March 08, 2017 Barco Adds New Workflow Enhancement Features to Diagnostic Display Systems Radiologists can now invert grayscales, better segment images and adjust brightness on multiple monitors simultaneously Photo courtesy of US Electronics Image courtesy of Philips Healthcare Sponsored Content | Videos | Flat Panel Displays | September 26, 2018 LG Medical Monitors Leveraging years of industry-leading expertise in flat-panel display technology, LG Business Solutions has expanded t read more Technology | Flat Panel Displays | May 17, 2019 Tru-Vu Monitors Releases New Medical-Grade Touch Screen Display Tru-Vu Monitors released the new MMZBTP-21.5G-X 21.5” medical-grade touch screen monitor. It is certified to both UL… read more Feature | Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) | September 06, 2018 | By Melinda Taschetta-Millane Projected Growth for Wide Bore MRI Systems According to the Prescient & Strategic Intelligence report, “Global Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) Market Size,… read morelast_img read more

Intense rains in Costa Ricas Caribbean northern regions prompt evacuations

first_imgFlooding caused by heavy rains in Costa Rica’s northern and Caribbean regions has forced emergency agencies to evacuate a total of 580 people, the National Emergency Commission (CNE) reported Tuesday. The evacuees have been placed in nine temporary shelters.The National Meteorological Institute’s (IMN) forecast director Werner Stoltz said Tuesday that tropical waves increased rainy conditions in most of the Limón province as well as in the canton of Sarapiquí, in northern Heredia province, and in Turrialba in Cartago province.President Luis Guillermo Solís is considering upgrading the alert for these regions from Yellow to Red — the most serious in the country’s three level emergency system. CNE maintains a Green or Preventive Alert for the northern region, as the meteorological institute forecasts that heavy rains will remain in these regions for up to 36 hours.Preliminary data from local emergency committees in Limón indicate that flooding is currently blocking all access to eight communities in the canton of Matina, eight in Valle La Estrella and one in Central Limón.Costa Rica’s Water and Sewer Institute reported that flooded rivers have partially damaged aqueducts in Moín and Bananito, two of the most important water sources in Limón. The agency on Tuesday morning outlined an emergency plan for supplying water in trucks if needed.Residents in Sarapiquí are among the most affected and CNE was forced to reopen two shelters there. Currently one of them is hosting 466 people, while another large group is staying at the Catholic church of La Colonia.Route 32 reopensDespite harsh weather conditions on Tuesday morning, no further road closures were necessary, the National Roadway Council (CONAVI) reported. Route 32 to Limón, which was closed Monday by various landslides, reopened at around 7:30 a.m. Tuesday.Currently the only closed road is Route 415 in Turrialba, as high water levels on the Guayabo River are preventing CONAVI’s crews from proceeding with repair works on the bridge.A total of 60 Traffic Police officials are monitoring and regulating passage of all vehicles traveling in the affected areas. Facebook Comments Related posts:Route 32 closed again; officials warn of more closures throughout rainy season Flooding in Costa Rica prompts evacuation of more than 450 people Residents OK to return home after flooding, officials say Travel Alert: Two new landslides block Route 32 to Caribbeanlast_img read more

Global Entry Costa Ricans could soon apply for a fast pass through

first_imgRelated posts:Good news for travelers: Costa Rica’s airport exit tax (finally) will be added to ticket prices Travelers in Costa Rica can pay departure tax at airports for 3 more months Deep Discounts: Southwest Airlines starts daily service to Costa Rica on March 7 ‘Snowpocalypse’ strands air passengers in Costa Rica Costa Rica could soon join the short list of countries whose citizens can apply for customs and immigration pre-approval for low-risk travelers to the United States. If approved, the expedited process could ease travel for the more than 200,000 Costa Ricans who visited the U.S. last year.The Costa Rican Foreign Ministry and the U.S. Embassy in San José said that both countries have begun negotiations that would allow Costa Ricans to apply for the U.S. Customs and Border Protection’s Global Entry program. The Global Entry Trusted Traveler Network claims that its process reduces wait times, expedites entry into the country and keeps travelers out of long processing lines with the use of designated electronic kiosks. Applicants must submit to a background check and in-person interview before enrollment.Costa Ricans have been increasingly traveling to the United States during the last decade. Since 2006, the number of Ticos visits to the U.S. rose 55 percent from 130,702 in 2006 to 202,830 in 2014, according to figures from the U.S. Department of Commerce Office of Travel and Tourism Industries.There are five other countries that have been approved for the expedited customs procedure including the Netherlands, South Korea, Germany, Panama and Mexico. Canadian NEXUS members have Global Entry benefits but are not eligible to join, according to the CBP website. U.S. citizens and permanent residents are eligible for Global Entry.Dennis Whitelaw, president of the Costa Rican-American Chamber of Commerce told The Tico Times in an email that implementing the program could be a boon for travel and business relations between the United States and Costa Rica.“The principle benefit of Global Entry is facilitating the entry and trips for tourists and executives to the United States. For AmCham, we believe that this type of initiative improves the business climate and could create more and better opportunities to develop Costa Rica,” Whitelaw said.Whitelaw said that the implementation of Global Entry for Costa Rican travelers and a coinciding pre-approval process for U.S. travelers to Costa Rica also would be beneficial to new airline routes to the country and ease business travel for U.S. investors here. The United States is Costa Rica’s largest trading partner. Facebook Commentslast_img read more

Scoot launches Hokkaido Japan route

first_imgScoot, the long-haul, low-cost wholly owned subsidiary of Singapore AirlinesScoot, the long-haul, low-cost wholly owned subsidiary of Singapore Airlines, will launch three-times-weekly services to Hokkaido Prefecture’s capital of Sapporo (New Chitose Airport) via Taipei from 1 October 2016 and Australians can get a dose of shopping, skiing, slurping udon and spicy Singapore noodles, by teaming the two destinations together.With fares from Perth starting at AU$639 per person return, Fly (economy) and $740 per person return from Gold Coast or AU$759 per person return from Sydney or Melbourne, Hoakkaido will appeal to families, skiers and inquisitive travellers.Scoot’s Singapore-Taipei-Sapporo service will be the first regularly scheduled direct flight between Singapore and Sapporo, the main gateway to Hokkaido, just in time to commemorate the 50th year of diplomatic relations between Singapore and Japan.Sapporo will be Scoot’s third destination in Japan after Osaka and Tokyo, bringing the number of services Scoot operates a week to Japan to 16, from 13 presently.“Hokkaido has long been a favourite with Australians for winter skiing holidays, but there is so much else to see and do in Hokkaido throughout the year!” Scoot CEO Mr Campbell Wilson said.“The perfectly cool year-round climate, even in summer, makes it a breeze to enjoy Hokkaido’s famed seafood and agricultural produce, luxuriate in the freedom of self-drive tours, and appreciate its wealth of natural wonders like the renowned flower fields.“Being relatively unspoilt, Hokkaido also draws many outdoor lovers such as skiers and snowboarders in the colder seasons, and cyclists, campers and hikers when it’s warmer. With Scoot, you can now experience the well-loved wonders of Hokkaido all year at unbeatable value!”As the world’s first all-787 Dreamliner operator, Scoot’s Singapore-Taipei-Sapporo services will be operated using spacious, wide-bodied 787 Dreamliners with improved humidity and cabin pressurization, the largest windows of any modern jet, more overhead compartment space, and which produce 20 percent less noise compared to conventional aircraft.Guests can choose from two cabin classes, depending on their needs and budgets. ScootBiz comprises a full leather seat with 38” pitch, 30kg checked-in baggage, perfect for ski bunnies with boots and skis, and up to 15kg, of cabin baggage, inflight entertainment that can be streamed to guests’ own devices, and meals and drinks included, along with priority boarding and check-in.In Economy, guests can enjoy a peaceful journey in the ScootinSilence quiet zone, or other sections of the Economy cabin with comfortable seat pitches ranging from 31” up to 35”. Regardless of cabin, guests can expect warm inflight service with a uniquely cheeky dose of Scootitude.Say “sayonara” and scoot to Japan at unbeatable value now! Fly Scoot Japan National Tourism Organisationdiscover more about Japan with JNTO Source = Scootlast_img read more

New Zealand sees a surge in Wine Tourism

first_imgAccording to the data by the New Zealand Winegrowers, Wine Tourism is the new trend amongst the international travellers. Data revealed that 24% of the international tourists visit the vineyards and wineries in New Zealand. It was about 13% four years ago.  New Zealand winegrowers have launched a website which contains all the details about the wine industry in the country and details about the wineries to visit. The site features the details of more than 450 wineries that can be visited by the tourists.Chris Yorke, Global Marketing Director, New Zealand Winegrowers, said, “Wine Tourism provides an exciting opportunity for the tourism industry to showcase the rich reserves of wines in the unique locations of New Zealand, where they are grown and produced.”Stephen England-Hall, CEO, Tourism New Zealand, said, “Wine Tourism has such wide appeal because the visitors in New Zealand can explore the world of wineries in any season and across many regions during their stay.”In 2017, nearly 3.65 million international tourists have visited New Zealand.last_img read more

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