Industrial Drive – Le Pocher Volvo Penta http://lepochervolvopenta.com/ Tue, 21 Jun 2022 21:51:58 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://lepochervolvopenta.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/07/icon-4.png Industrial Drive – Le Pocher Volvo Penta http://lepochervolvopenta.com/ 32 32 AMD Ryzen Embedded R2000 targets thin clients and IoT devices • The Register https://lepochervolvopenta.com/amd-ryzen-embedded-r2000-targets-thin-clients-and-iot-devices-the-register/ Tue, 21 Jun 2022 20:53:00 +0000 https://lepochervolvopenta.com/amd-ryzen-embedded-r2000-targets-thin-clients-and-iot-devices-the-register/ Embedded world AMD is releasing a new generation of Ryzen chips for embedded applications promising more CPU cores, improved integrated graphics, and expanded I/O connectivity to drive kits like IoT devices and thin clients. Importantly, AMD plans to make the R2000 series available for up to 10 years, giving OEM customers a long-life support roadmap. […]]]>

Embedded world AMD is releasing a new generation of Ryzen chips for embedded applications promising more CPU cores, improved integrated graphics, and expanded I/O connectivity to drive kits like IoT devices and thin clients.

Importantly, AMD plans to make the R2000 series available for up to 10 years, giving OEM customers a long-life support roadmap. This is important for embedded system components, which can operate in situ for periods longer than the typical three to five year life cycle of laptops and enterprise servers.

The Ryzen Embedded R2000 series is AMD’s second generation of mid-range system-on-chip (SoC) processors that combine CPU cores and Radeon graphics, and target a range of embedded systems such as industrial and robotics hardware, machine vision, IoT and thin client devices. The first, R1000, was released in 2019.

The R2000s were deployed today at the Embedded World 2022 conference in Nuremberg, Germany, with the SoCs featuring up to four “Zen+” processor cores and up to eight Radeon Graphics Computing Units (CUs). This compares to the two Zen cores and three compute units of the previous R1000 family. Zen+ is the same basic design as Zen, but manufactured with a 12nm process to deliver faster clock speeds and improved power consumption.

Because of these improvements, AMD claims that the R2000 series delivers up to 81% better CPU and graphics performance than R1000 series chips.

AMD vice president for its adaptive and embedded computing group, Rajneesh Gaur, said the new chips are likely to find their way into mini PCs as well as embedded applications such as thin clients.

“The Embedded R2000 Series offers system designers more performance, optimized power, and better graphics, all with a seamless upgrade path,” he added.

The chips in production are now 4-core/4-thread and 2-core/4-thread versions, with a few 4-core/8-thread versions slated for availability in October.

With its integrated graphics, the new family of SoCs can drive up to four independent displays with up to 4K resolution, via HDMI 2.0b, DisplayPort 1.4 or Embedded DisplayPort (eDP) 1.3 interfaces.

Extensive I/O capabilities include 6 PCIe Gen3 lanes, a pair of SATA 3.0 ports, and 6 USB ports (a mix of USB 3.2 Gen2 and 2.0). However, one notable absence is the lack of any Ethernet ports. Operating system support includes Windows 10 and 11, as well as Ubuntu Linux LTS.

For security reasons, the R2000 series includes AMD’s built-in Secure Processor, which provides security features such as validating code before it is allowed to run and Memory Guard which protects data in memory by encrypting them – which is transparent to applications.®

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Process and control today | WEG participates in the world’s largest career fair https://lepochervolvopenta.com/process-and-control-today-weg-participates-in-the-worlds-largest-career-fair/ Mon, 20 Jun 2022 04:01:25 +0000 https://lepochervolvopenta.com/process-and-control-today-weg-participates-in-the-worlds-largest-career-fair/ 20/06/2022 WEG (UK) Ltd WEG and Technidrive showcase energy efficient technologies at Hillhead 2022 WEG, manufacturer of industrial motors and drives, and its premier distributor Technidrive are attending Hillhead 2022, the world’s largest career fair. The show is being held at the Hillhead Quarry in Buxton, UK from June 21-23, where Technidrive will focus […]]]>

WEG and Technidrive showcase energy efficient technologies at Hillhead 2022

WEG, manufacturer of industrial motors and drives, and its premier distributor Technidrive are attending Hillhead 2022, the world’s largest career fair. The show is being held at the Hillhead Quarry in Buxton, UK from June 21-23, where Technidrive will focus on its energy efficient jaw crusher auto release system, manufactured with WEG products at stand PC58.

Held in a limestone quarry, Hillhead 2022 marks the 40e anniversary of the show. More than 600 exhibitors will present thousands of products on display live, with more than 20,000 visitors expected to meet suppliers and view the latest equipment, products and services on offer.

WEG and Technidrive will share stand PC58 and present the innovative automatic jaw crusher system, which uses WEG products.

To create the system, a customer approached Technidrive to fit a new motor into their jaw crusher machine. By using WEG motors, controls and alternators for the project, Technidrive was not only able to improve the efficiency and reliability of the motor, but also the efficiency and safety of the entire jaw crusher.

“Since Technidrive’s first jaw crusher project, several quarries have shown interest in bespoke systems to increase product, safety and efficiency of existing and new designs,” explained Marek Lukaszczyk, Marketing Manager for WEG Europe and Middle East. “Technidrive offers specialist systems developed specifically for the quarrying industry, aided by the essential expertise and product range of the WEG team.”

In addition to the jaw crusher system, WEG will be showcasing its WG20 range of geared motors, its W22 motor, its brand new CFW900 variable speed drive (VSD) and its Motion Fleet Management (MFM) digital platform.

The CFW900 drive from WEG is the newest addition to the reliable CFW line of variable frequency drives. The model benefits from a simplified design, increased power density and improved usability that allows the user to access configurations and technical data in an easier and faster way.

The CFW900 works with a range of digital tools pioneered by WEG, such as MFM. The new platform, which will also be showcased at the show, provides remote online asset monitoring.

“With the addition of the CFW900 to the CFW family, we wanted to offer a VSD with optimal connectivity so that users could benefit from increased productivity, ease of use and functionality in any environment. app,” added Lukaszczyk. “The CFW900 also has built-in functionality, making it easy to implement WEG’s Motion Fleet Management (MFM) system, which enables online monitoring and maintenance management of the industrial drive fleet. .”

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Commercial Property Highlights: Domoishi at Nuckols Place, Bangkok Thai on Midlothian Turnpike | Local business news https://lepochervolvopenta.com/commercial-property-highlights-domoishi-at-nuckols-place-bangkok-thai-on-midlothian-turnpike-local-business-news/ Sat, 18 Jun 2022 13:00:00 +0000 https://lepochervolvopenta.com/commercial-property-highlights-domoishi-at-nuckols-place-bangkok-thai-on-midlothian-turnpike-local-business-news/ Have the Will Travel Ltd site and the square foot man reports the following sales: Jeffrey Hirsch purchased 47.4 acres from Fauquier for $650,000 from the Virginia National Bank. John Jay Schwartz represented the parties. Carter Machinery Co. purchased 1.89 acres with 13,432 square feet of office and warehouse space at 8346 Old Richfood Road […]]]>

Have the Will Travel Ltd site and the square foot man reports the following sales:

  • Jeffrey Hirsch purchased 47.4 acres from Fauquier for $650,000 from the Virginia National Bank. John Jay Schwartz represented the parties.
  • Carter Machinery Co. purchased 1.89 acres with 13,432 square feet of office and warehouse space at 8346 Old Richfood Road in Mechanicsville for $1,500,000 from DLD Associates LLC. John Jay Schwartz represented the seller.

Joyner Commercial reports the following lease:

Allan Myers VA Inc. leased 5,590 square feet of flexible space at 1521 Brook Road in Richmond. Lebs Breeden represented the owner.

Cushman & Wakefield | Thalhimer refers to the following leases:

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  • Heritage Landscape Supply Group Inc. leased 10,000 square feet of industrial space at 12250 Deerhill Place in Chesterfield. Danny Holly handled the negotiations on behalf of the owner.
  • Goodwill Industries of Central Va. Inc. renewed its lease of 6,958 square feet of retail space at 6202 W. Broad St. in Henrico. James Ashby IV handled the negotiations on behalf of the owner; Nicki Jassy, ​​also with Thalhimer, represented the tenant.
  • The Sudanese American Community leased 5,555 square feet of office space at the Parham Trade Center, 2500 E. Parham Road, to Henrico. Isaac DeRegibus handled the negotiations on behalf of the owner.
  • Pinnacle Living leased 4,878 square feet of office space at East Shore II, 120 Eastshore Drive, to Henrico. Amy J. Broderick and Mark E. Douglas conducted the negotiations on behalf of the owner.
  • Loomcraft Mills Ltd. leased 4,710 square feet of retail space at 8439-41 Glazebrook Ave. in Richmond. Isaac DeRegibus handled the negotiations on behalf of the tenant.
  • Richmond Integrative and Functional Medicine LLC leased 4,253 square feet of office space at 1 Park West Circle in Midlothian. Isaac DeRegibus handled the negotiations on behalf of the tenant.
  • Domoishi leased 3,540 square feet of retail space at Nuckols Place, 5400 Wyndham Forest Drive, to Henrico. Alicia Brown, Connie Jordan Nielsen and Annie O’Connor led the negotiations on behalf of the owner.
  • Church of Liberty LLC leased 3,235 square feet of office space at the Parham Trade Center, 2500 E. Parham Road, to Henrico. Isaac DeRegibus handled the negotiations on behalf of the owner.
  • Springboard VA LLC leased 3,000 square feet of industrial space at 2312 Commerce Center Drive in Rockville. David Crawford and Graham Stoneburner conducted the negotiations on behalf of the owner.
  • Thai restaurant in Bangkok has leased 2,100 square feet of retail space at Festival at Midlothian, 9700-9790 Midlothian Turnpike, Chesterfield. Connie Jordan Nielsen and Nicki Jassy handled the negotiations on behalf of the owner.
  • LightRX Face & Body leased 1,899 square feet of retail space at The Corner at Short Pump at West Broad Street and Lauderdale Drive from Henrico. Alicia Brown, Connie Jordan Nielsen and Nicki Jassy led the negotiations on behalf of the owner.
  • More Communications LLC leased 1,469 square feet of office space at 1015 E. Main St. in Richmond. Amy J. Broderick and Kate Hosko handled negotiations on behalf of the owner; Reilly Marchant, also at Thalhimer, represented the tenant.
  • Vestique LLC leased 1,294 square feet of mixed-use space at Westhampton Commons, 5800 Patterson Ave., to Henrico. Annie O’Connor handled the negotiations on behalf of the owner.

Have the Will Travel Ltd site and the square foot man refers to the following leases:

  • Vortex Supply LLC leased 4,365 square feet at 9012 Hermitage Road, Bay 1, from Henrico.
  • Healing Sounds LLC leased 1,768 square feet at 830 Southlake Blvd., 2nd Floor, Richmond.
  • The Source of Profit LLC leased 727 square feet at 8100 Three Chopt Road, Suite 152, to Henrico.
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Land near Big Lake expected to remain open for industrial development: committee https://lepochervolvopenta.com/land-near-big-lake-expected-to-remain-open-for-industrial-development-committee/ Thu, 16 Jun 2022 20:00:00 +0000 https://lepochervolvopenta.com/land-near-big-lake-expected-to-remain-open-for-industrial-development-committee/ A member of the Big Lake Environment Support Society (BLESS) said he was “very disappointed” with the board committee’s recommendation. A committee of council recommends that land near Big Lake remain open to industrial development, although a group aiming to save Big Lake says removing the option would help protect important natural areas in St. […]]]>

A member of the Big Lake Environment Support Society (BLESS) said he was “very disappointed” with the board committee’s recommendation.

A committee of council recommends that land near Big Lake remain open to industrial development, although a group aiming to save Big Lake says removing the option would help protect important natural areas in St. Albert.

Currently, St. Albert’s Municipal Development Plan (MDP) – a high-level document that outlines general land uses for areas within the city limits, as well as policies to guide the city as as it develops – designates the land directly south of Meadowview Drive and west of Ray Gibbon Drive as the employment area. On May 31, 2021, then Councilor Jacquie Hansen moved a motion to redesignate the land to Wide Open Space to protect more land near Big Lake.

Council voted at that time to gather more information on the implications of the proposed motion.

While employment zones delineate land for industrial and office use, large open spaces delineate land to be improved and protected for its natural features as the city develops. These areas are often ecologically sensitive and include the Sturgeon River and Carrot Creek corridors.

The city administration returned to council’s standing committee on community growth and infrastructure on Monday afternoon with a presentation outlining stakeholder and landowner engagement, after which the committee voted to drop the motion.

The board is due to vote on the committee’s recommendation at its next board meeting on June 20.

Tony Druett, a member of the Big Lake Environmental Support Society (BLESS), said Monday night that he was “very disappointed” with the board committee’s recommendation, but “not surprised.”

“The planning staff was pretty cooperative, but they clearly tried to come up with arguments not to make this change,” Druett said.

BLESS would like to see Meadowview Drive become a border road to the area the city has carved out for industrial development, rather than directly crossing it, Druett said.

He added that the area below Meadowview Drive above Big Lake is “precious” from an environmental perspective, noting that flocks of birds such as swans and pelicans, as well as a band other wild animals use the area.

“This particular part of the lake is one of the most sensitive nesting areas, far more so than most of the shores of the lake,” Druett said. “We really want to limit anything near that area.”

The land is suitable for conversion: town

Lyndsay Francis, St. Albert’s senior planner, told the council committee Monday afternoon that the land below Meadowview Drive is developable and not inside a flood line.

“The major open space policies within [the MDP policy] discuss some pretty specific terminology like natural features and flood prone areas that don’t apply to this area,” Francis said.

Within the current MDP, the shores of Big Lake are protected by about 500 meters of setback, Adryan Slaght, the city’s director of planning and development, told the committee.

Landowners the city consulted in the area also described land south of Meadowview Drive as the most cost-effective area to place future stormwater management facilities, Francis said. The designation of large open spaces is incompatible with this land use.

Also, if the CDM change comes to fruition, the city may have to buy the land, Francis said.

Estimates currently value the land at $21-27 million, not including park development and loss in future assessment of non-residential taxes.

While some internal city departments, such as the Parks and Recreation Department, Utilities and Planning Departments, have expressed concerns about the shift to wide open spaces, Francis said management of the City environment supported the change to wide open spaces for the same reasons as BLESS: that the land is near Big Lake and includes an important birding area.

Alberta Health Services (AHS) also supported the proposed amendment, Francis said, noting that maintaining and protecting natural areas has been shown to benefit the physical and mental well-being of those who use these. areas.

The next level of planning could present opportunities for protection

Slaght said the land below Meadowview Drive contains small stands of spruce that have been previously surveyed as having wildlife habitat value.

In response to a dumb question. Mike Killick on whether a developer would be able to cut down the trees, Kristina Peter, director of the planning division, said the city had a policy that environmentally sensitive areas should be protected.

The city recently initiated work on more detailed planning that includes the area below Meadowview Drive, a document that will be called the St. Albert West Area Structure Plan (ASP).

“Part of the ASP would establish regulations for these areas to be protected as well,” Peter said.

If council approves his committee’s recommendation, Druett said he still sees a way forward to protect the land with the St. Albert West ASP planning process.

“That’s where we’ll give feedback, and it might be an opportunity to come up with something that works,” Druett said.

Com. Natalie Joly said Monday evening that she voted to reverse the change to wide open spaces because the administration of the information provided was complete.

“The special designation [of major open spaces] is not intended for the type of use that was proposed,” Joly said, noting that the committee heard that the city was going to need stormwater management facilities in this area. “It’s really simple.”

The board committee voted unanimously to recommend reversing the change.

The committee’s recommendation will be presented to the board on June 20.

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Networking Devices Market Worth $36.4 Billion by 2027 https://lepochervolvopenta.com/networking-devices-market-worth-36-4-billion-by-2027/ Tue, 14 Jun 2022 13:30:00 +0000 https://lepochervolvopenta.com/networking-devices-market-worth-36-4-billion-by-2027/ CHICAGO , June 14, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — According to the report “Network Devices Market by Connectivity (WiFi, Cellular, LoRa, ZigBee, Bluetooth), Device Type (Router, Gateway, Access Point), Application (Residential, Commercial, Enterprise, Industrial, Transportation) and Geography – Forecast world until 2027″, released by MarketsandMarkets™, the global market size is expected to grow from $26.4 billion in […]]]>

CHICAGO , June 14, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — According to the report “Network Devices Market by Connectivity (WiFi, Cellular, LoRa, ZigBee, Bluetooth), Device Type (Router, Gateway, Access Point), Application (Residential, Commercial, Enterprise, Industrial, Transportation) and Geography – Forecast world until 2027″, released by MarketsandMarkets™, the global market size is expected to grow from $26.4 billion in 2022 at $36.4 billion by 2027; it is expected to grow at a CAGR of 6.6% during the forecast period. Due to COVID-19, the network device market faced headwinds for 2020-2021. Wi-Fi network deployment helps enterprises quickly build and connect business applications. The Wi-Fi network also offers greater flexibility, scalability, reliability and economic advantages in connecting critical business applications. Major industry sectors want to automate and digitize their business processes to streamline business operations and generate new business revenue opportunities. While the number of Internet users is expected to continue to increase significantly in the coming years, the demand for network devices, including routers, gateways, and access points, is also expected to increase simultaneously.

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Routers will account for the largest share of the network device market in 2022

The router segment is expected to dominate the network device market, by type, over the forecast period. Growing need for high-speed internet connectivity and increasing adoption of smart devices such as smartphones, tablets and smart TVs are driving the demand for wireless routers with efficient connectivity in the residential sector. Rising demand for internet-based devices, expanding cloud networks, and increasing adoption of virtualized technologies are expected to propel the growth of the router market for industrial, enterprise, and commercial applications over the forecast period. Industrial routers are the communications backbone for manufacturing and utility applications that run in indoor and outdoor environments. Cellular industrial routers must also be certified for connection compatibility by cellular service providers such as AT&T, Verizion, and Vodafone. Some industrial routers also have SCADA compatibility for use with industrial equipment and machinery that uses standardized SCADA communication. Industrial routers also feature unlicensed wireless bands not found in residential or commercial routers.

Indoor network devices segment will dominate the network devices market during the forecast period

The indoor segment held the largest share of the network device market. The signal range of a given access point indoors varies greatly from device to device. Factors that determine the range of an access point include the specific wireless protocol it operates on, the power of its device’s transmitter, and the nature of physical obstructions and radio interference in the surrounding area. Physical obstacles, such as brick walls and metal frames or siding, can reduce the range of a Wi-Fi network by 25% or more. A wireless signal weakens every time it encounters an obstacle; this frequently happens indoors, due to walls, floors, and even electronic interference from appliances.

WiFi-Based Network Devices Will Record Highest Network Device Market Share in 2022

Wi-Fi allows devices to connect directly to each other or to large networks to deliver information. It is a key technology behind the IoT concept, and operates primarily in the frequency band around 2.4 GHz and 5.0 GHz. WiFi is expected to be the leading segment, in terms of connectivity, in the network device market during the forecast period. From WiFi 5 to the new WiFi 6 and 6E routers, gateways and access points, WiFi connectivity offers the ideal performance, range and overall value. A WiFi router connects directly to a modem via a cable. This allows it to receive information and transmit information to the Internet. The router then creates and communicates with the home Wi-Fi network using built-in antennas, allowing all devices on the home network to access the Internet. The wireless nature of Wi-Fi networks allows users to access network resources from almost any convenient location within their primary network environment across commercial, industrial, and enterprise applications.

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Enterprise network devices will have the highest share in 2022

A corporate network is typically deployed in large organizations and offices. it includes the IT infrastructure that medium and large enterprises use to provide connectivity between users, devices, and applications. A corporate network consists of physical and virtual networks and protocols that serve the dual purpose of connecting all users and systems on a local area network (LAN) to data center and cloud applications, as well as facilitating communication. access to network data and analyses. The enterprise networking market is expected to be the leading segment of the network devices market over the forecast period. Rising demand for internet-based devices, expansion of cloud networking, and growing adoption of virtualized technologies are expected to propel the growth of network devices market for enterprise applications during the period of forecast. Favorable government initiatives to promote digitalization and industrialization of developing economies will positively influence the business market.

market in North America estimated to have the largest share during the forecast period

North America is estimated to lead the network device market. The market in North America is primarily driven by the growing adoption of integrated enterprise and business solutions for more flexible and agile business processes and operations. The demand for wireless hotspots and Wi-Fi solutions and services is expected to increase owing to the increased investment in wireless technologies by large enterprises in this region. Major players in the Network Devices Market in the United States and Canada strive to offer the widest range of networking products and solutions, providing an excellent opportunity for regional businesses to increase their business footprint. The presence of leading network solution and service providers, including Cisco Systems, Aruba, Juniper Networks and Extreme Networks, in this region is a major factor responsible for the growth of the North American market. To strengthen their market presence, these networking solution and service providers are launching new products and services in the market. This is expected to support the growth of the network peripherals market by North America.

Key vendors in the Network Devices market include Cisco Systems (US), Cradlepoint (US), Juniper Networks (US), Huawei (China)HP Enterprise (US), Digi International (US), Sierra Wireless (Canada), Nokia (Finland)Inseego (United States), Teltokina Networks (Lithuania), Extreme Networks (USA), D-Link (Taiwan), TP-LINK (China), Moxa (Taiwan), Adtran (United States), Schneider Electric (France), General Electric (USA), Siemens (Germany), Multitech (USA), Casa Systems (USA), Advantech (Taiwan), Robustel (China), Lantronix (United States), HMS Networks (Sweden), ASUSTek computer (Taiwan) and Belkin International (USA).

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RealWear took over Genba AI, marking Realwear’s shift to becoming a platform-focused company, secures $1.5M Series C funding https://lepochervolvopenta.com/realwear-took-over-genba-ai-marking-realwears-shift-to-becoming-a-platform-focused-company-secures-1-5m-series-c-funding/ Sun, 12 Jun 2022 16:09:44 +0000 https://lepochervolvopenta.com/realwear-took-over-genba-ai-marking-realwears-shift-to-becoming-a-platform-focused-company-secures-1-5m-series-c-funding/ RealWear, the world’s leading provider of assisted reality solutions for frontline industrial workers, has acquired Genba AI and received $1.5M additional investment from Fortive Corporation. This decision opens up new industry channels for RealWear to serve the industrial manufacturing maintenance market with state-of-the-art voice software that captures essential knowledge for maintenance technicians and supervisors and, […]]]>

RealWear, the world’s leading provider of assisted reality solutions for frontline industrial workers, has acquired Genba AI and received $1.5M additional investment from Fortive Corporation. This decision opens up new industry channels for RealWear to serve the industrial manufacturing maintenance market with state-of-the-art voice software that captures essential knowledge for maintenance technicians and supervisors and, with the current ecosystem of RealWear partners, helps advance its vision of aided intelligence, including providing contextual data, tools, software and metrics to help frontline operations and IT.

“In last week’s funding announcement, we mentioned other human-centric technologies that will be game changers ahead,” said Rama Oruganti, chief product officer at RealWear. “Today we are launching our first-ever SaaS offering to market for the frontline, helping us evolve into a fully platform-centric business. Helping customers easily capture data and display information with contextual tools provided by RealWear and its partners increases worker productivity and results for our customers. »

The job of a typical industrial maintenance technician covers a wide range of activities, including creating and completing work orders, capturing notes, logging parts, and invoicing labor, which must all be stored in the company‘s CMMS (computerized maintenance management system).

CMMS aren’t designed to facilitate front-line workflows, however, which can lead to incomplete data and additional unplanned downtime if not paired with a solution such as that offered by Genba. According to Genba, today’s industrial maintenance technicians spend 30 minutes per shift filling out paperwork, but themselves say that up to 75% of urgent issues, let alone critical tribal knowledge, are not not reported.

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By using Genba’s specially trained text-to-speech technology, the company solves the key problem for technicians who need to enter data after a task is completed or at the end of a shift. Genba customers see the capture of critical data and insights increase up to three times, some within a week of installation, improving the overall lifespan and availability of an asset.

Seattlebased in Genba was co-founded by two former employees of Fluke (a wholly owned subsidiary of Fortive) in March 2021 and was supported by a partnership formed by Fortive with Pioneer Square Labs (PSL) as part of its global innovation efforts that grow and nurture start-ups.

“As part of this announcement, we are thrilled with the level of talent we are gaining at RealWear,” continued Oruganti. “The Genba team is comprised of Tier 1 expertise in speech, NLP and industrial workflow. We are excited to work with Fluke on a co-sell program to bring Genba solutions to market to Fluke eMaint industrial customers.

Genba’s first two products to market are a voice-enabled smart workflow mobile app for industrial maintenance technicians and industrial maintenance analytics for maintenance managers, both fully integrated with Fluke’s CMMS product. , eMaint.

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Dothan Officials Launch Expandable Spec Building Construction Project https://lepochervolvopenta.com/dothan-officials-launch-expandable-spec-building-construction-project/ Fri, 10 Jun 2022 21:31:19 +0000 https://lepochervolvopenta.com/dothan-officials-launch-expandable-spec-building-construction-project/ Dothan officials have officially launched a project to construct a 100,000 square foot speculative building in the Sam Houston Industrial Park to better prepare the southeast Alabama city for industrial prospects. The building will be on a 41-acre site called Lot 3 in the Platted Industrial Park at 102 Austin Court. The work is scheduled […]]]>

Dothan officials have officially launched a project to construct a 100,000 square foot speculative building in the Sam Houston Industrial Park to better prepare the southeast Alabama city for industrial prospects.

The building will be on a 41-acre site called Lot 3 in the Platted Industrial Park at 102 Austin Court. The work is scheduled to be completed in the fall.

Greg Canfield, secretary of the Alabama Department of Commerce, said a prospect building is needed to continue driving economic development. Studies indicate that 85% of companies with projects are looking for existing buildings rather than development projects.

“The availability of quality buildings in Alabama needs to be expanded, so seeing the Dothan-Houston County area spearhead this new addition to the state’s building inventory is a great improvement for continued growth. of Alabama in the area of ​​industrial development,” Canfield said.

“We commend all state, county, city and business leaders who are working together to establish this facility to create future opportunities for the Wiregrass region.”

The project was officially launched at a ribbon-cutting ceremony attended by officials from the City of Dothan, the Houston County Commission, the city’s Industrial Development Board, the Houston Area Chamber of Commerce, Dothan/Grow Dothan and others.

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The specification building will be a finished hull building with only a few items needed for completion including flooring, electrical, sprinkler system and dock/drive-in doors based on the custom requirements of the prospect.

Dothan officials have officially launched a $4 million project to construct a 100,000 square foot speculative building in the Sam Houston Industrial Park. (Chamber of Dothan)

“This project continues to showcase the partnerships we have in our region, from the local to the state level, to work collaboratively to improve our region’s economic development progress and continue to create opportunities. jobs for our residents,” said Dothan Mayor Mark Saliba and the Houston County Commission. President Mark Culver said in a joint statement.

The building will be expandable to add an additional 100,000 square feet, with column spacing of 25 feet by 50 feet and an eave height of 32 feet. It will be serviced by Dothan Utilities (Alabama Municipal Electric Authority) with water, sewer and electrical service. Natural gas service will be provided by Southeast Gas and telecommunications providers will include Troy Cable, Wow!, Spectrum and CenturyLink.

“This approximately $4 million project would not be possible without the teamwork of many entities to develop this project to attract more manufacturing or distribution operations to the region,” said Brad Kimbro, Chairman of the Dothan Region Chamber of Commerce.

“Projects like this take some risk and there are no guarantees, but based on our rich history of undertaking past speculative construction projects, we are confident that now is the right time and the right place to move forward.”

This project represents the fifth speculative building developed in the Dothan region to stimulate economic activity, ranging in size from 40,000 square feet to the current 100,000 square feet.

“We have a great team and we’re all working together to focus on the needs of our region, and this project illustrates the ongoing teamwork we have in our region,” State Representative Dexter Grimsley said.

This story originally appeared on the Alabama Department of Commerce’s Made in Alabama website.

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Three people arrested for illegally selling alcohol to underage buyers https://lepochervolvopenta.com/three-people-arrested-for-illegally-selling-alcohol-to-underage-buyers/ Wed, 08 Jun 2022 21:25:04 +0000 https://lepochervolvopenta.com/three-people-arrested-for-illegally-selling-alcohol-to-underage-buyers/ Bossier Sheriff/Bossier City Narcotics Task Force detectives made threearrests at two different businesses yesterday during an undercover investigation of store workerssell alcohol to underage buyers. On Tuesday June 7, following a tip, detectives investigated the Shed Road MiniMart in Bossier City. Detectives say that before entering the store, they see Dajerrion Rayson,18-year-old handing one of […]]]>

Bossier Sheriff/Bossier City Narcotics Task Force detectives made three
arrests at two different businesses yesterday during an undercover investigation of store workers
sell alcohol to underage buyers.

On Tuesday June 7, following a tip, detectives investigated the Shed Road Mini
Mart in Bossier City. Detectives say that before entering the store, they see Dajerrion Rayson,
18-year-old handing one of the liquor bottles he just bought in the store to another minor
person outside the store. He was arrested on summons and charged with one count of buying
alcohol for a minor. Detectives then entered the store and arrested the store clerk for selling
alcohol to a minor. Mohammed Abdulqader was arrested on summons and charged with two
charges of selling alcohol to a minor.

During their investigation of another store, detectives arrested by summons Leeteesha
Walker, the store clerk at the Chevron gas station in the 3800 block of Industrial Drive, and
charged her with one count of selling alcohol to minors.

Detectives also investigated the other two stores, the Valero on Industrial Drive and the
Food Mart on Swan Lake Road. Both stores complied with the law and did not sell alcohol to
minor buyers.

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Smith: Why are county taxpayers subsidizing the proliferation of warehouses? – The daily journalist https://lepochervolvopenta.com/smith-why-are-county-taxpayers-subsidizing-the-proliferation-of-warehouses-the-daily-journalist/ Tue, 07 Jun 2022 05:01:00 +0000 https://lepochervolvopenta.com/smith-why-are-county-taxpayers-subsidizing-the-proliferation-of-warehouses-the-daily-journalist/ Andre Smith Every time I drive a few miles north of my home in the southwest part of Hancock County, it looks like another new industrial building is under construction. While many lament this and wish all land would remain exactly as it was 50 years ago, this is not possible. Progress is inevitable, and […]]]>

Every time I drive a few miles north of my home in the southwest part of Hancock County, it looks like another new industrial building is under construction.

While many lament this and wish all land would remain exactly as it was 50 years ago, this is not possible. Progress is inevitable, and progress is usually a net benefit to our community. The location near I-70, Indianapolis and two interchanges at Mt. Comfort Road and State Road 9 providing easy access. Not only that, but the land adjoining the highway is not as desirable for residential purposes, and so its most valuable use appears to be light industry.

But that’s half the story.

If every warehouse, specific building and distribution center opened on its own in Hancock County, there would be no problem. Within reason, landowners should be able to do whatever they want with their land and find the highest value use, whatever that use is.

But the problem is that almost everyone comes with an “economic development package” – a series of incentives from the county government, often including tax breaks, to entice these businesses to locate here. Not only that, but when these businesses ultimately have to pay taxes when the abatements run out, they are often covered by TIF districts, diverting funds generated from schools, police, and fires to other uses as the county sees fit. .

We as taxpayers are required to improve the roads in the area to accommodate the increase in truck traffic. We are liable for additional property taxes to pay for our schools and utilities to cover TIF abatements and diversions. And what do we get out of it?

Local elected officials who distribute these packages like candy praise the addition of “jobs”, but jobs for whom? A company was considering operating a bus line to the east side of Indianapolis to transport its workers to the company. Pay for warehouse jobs, while in line with the market, is far too low for many workers to afford housing in McCordsville, Fortville and New Palestine, where intense housing demand has driven up the costs.

Given that a significant number of workers do not live in the county and that businesses do not contribute – at least in the near future – to the region’s tax base, why are county taxpayers subsidizing the proliferation of warehouses through abatements, TIFs and ‘economic development packages? That makes no sense. Our taxpayers are essentially subsidizing the jobs of workers in Marion County, while residents of Hancock County drive in the another direction to more lucrative jobs in Indy.

Part of the reason is that we, as a society, tend to fetishize manufacturing and factory-type businesses located in our communities as centers of employment, but despise other types of work – schools, medical offices, restaurants and retail businesses – which make a community tick. These are also more likely to be occupied by local residents.

One of the benefits would be to bring more restaurants and retail to the Mt. Comfort Road corridor to serve these workers and our growing number of residents, but this development has lagged behind the development of the warehouse, partly because the county encourages factory-style development and not local developments.

There is nothing wrong with factories and warehouses, as long as they are net contributors to the community. But if they want to take advantage of Hancock County’s excellent location, they have to pay their own way, including paying for road improvements to handle the extra truck traffic they generate.

There is also nothing wrong with agreeing to be a dormitory community. A sense of community can arise by prioritizing residential development and focusing commercial development on restaurants, retail and other amenities that make our communities better places to live. These things will happen naturally, organically, because market forces, housing starts, and booming school enrollment have shown that there is a strong demand for living in the communities along the Mount Comfort corridor.

Whether commercial, residential or industrial, let growth happen naturally. It will happen, and in a way that benefits both the landowner and the community as a whole. But don’t force it to happen. And please stop subsidizing industrial growth on the backs of taxpayers who bear all the costs and some of the benefits. End the practice of providing tax breaks and economic development packages for industrial projects.

Andrew Black-smith is a economy instructor at New Palestine High School and Vincennes University and the Vice President of the Libertarian To party of Hancock County.

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The Russians reach the center of the Ukrainian industrial city; US to give Kyiv advanced rockets https://lepochervolvopenta.com/the-russians-reach-the-center-of-the-ukrainian-industrial-city-us-to-give-kyiv-advanced-rockets/ Wed, 01 Jun 2022 21:24:00 +0000 https://lepochervolvopenta.com/the-russians-reach-the-center-of-the-ukrainian-industrial-city-us-to-give-kyiv-advanced-rockets/ Russia bristles at US rocket deliveries Russians control 70% of Sievierodonetsk – governor of the province Ukrainian civilians take shelter under a chemical plant hit by the Russians KYIV, June 1 (Reuters) – Russian forces smashed their way through the center of the Ukrainian industrial city of Sievierodonetsk on Wednesday, closing in on victory in […]]]>
  • Russia bristles at US rocket deliveries
  • Russians control 70% of Sievierodonetsk – governor of the province
  • Ukrainian civilians take shelter under a chemical plant hit by the Russians

KYIV, June 1 (Reuters) – Russian forces smashed their way through the center of the Ukrainian industrial city of Sievierodonetsk on Wednesday, closing in on victory in their offensive in the eastern Donbass region.

But in a boost for Ukraine, locked in a bitter fight against the invading Russian army, the United States announced a new $700 million weapons package for Kyiv, which will include Advanced rockets capable of hitting targets up to 80 km (50 miles).

Moscow accused the United States of having “added fuel to the fire”. Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said the supply of the rocket launchers increased the risk of a “third country” being drawn into the conflict.

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US Secretary of State Antony Blinken said Ukraine had promised not to use the systems to hit targets inside Russia. U.S. President Joe Biden hopes extending Ukrainian artillery range will help Moscow negotiate an end to the war, which is now in its fourth month.

After days of heavy fighting around Sievierodonetsk, much of which was devastated by Russian shelling, Russian troops were slowly advancing through the streets of the city. Ukraine claims around 70% of the city is under Russian control.

“The enemy has entered the center of Sievierodonetsk and is trying to take a position,” Ukrainian military spokesman Oleksandr Motuzyanyk said at a press briefing.

If Russia captures the city and its smaller twin Lysychansk on the west bank of the Siverskyi Donets River, it will hold all of Luhansk, one of two Donbass provinces that Moscow claims on behalf of the separatists.

Capturing Luhansk in its entirety would fulfill one of Russian President Vladimir Putin’s main goals and cement a change in momentum on the battlefield after his forces were pushed back from the capital Kyiv and northern Ukraine.

BOMB SHELTERS

In the bombed-out town of Rubizhne, a 15-minute drive northwest of Sievierodonetsk, residents filled jugs with water at a makeshift aid station.

Destroyed military vehicles littered the streets lined with badly damaged residential buildings. The children sat silently in an air-raid shelter. Outside, black smoke rose above a red-domed Orthodox church.

Luhansk regional governor Serhiy Gaidai told Reuters in an interview that civilians were sheltering from Russian attacks under a chemical plant in Sievierodonetsk which he said was hit by an airstrike on Tuesday, releasing a large pink cloud . Read more

“There are civilians there in bomb shelters, there are a number left, most of whom did not wish to leave,” Gaidai said. Reuters could not independently confirm the account. About 15,000 people remained in the city, Gaidai said.

Gaidai warned that Ukrainian troops in Sievierodonetsk might be forced to retreat to Lysychansk, which he said was easier to defend from its vantage point on a hill. But Russian forces would target it with artillery and mortars once in full control of Sievierodonetsk, he added.

Putin sent his troops across the border in what he calls a special military operation on Feb. 24 to disarm and “denazify” Ukraine. Ukraine and its allies call it a baseless pretext for a war of aggression and the West has imposed harsh sanctions on Russia in an attempt to strangle its economy.

Thousands of people have been killed in Ukraine and millions more displaced since the invasion began. Read more

WEAPONS PACK

Along with advanced rocket systems, called HIMARS, the new US package includes munitions, counterfire radars, air surveillance radars, additional Javelin anti-tank missiles and anti-armour weapons, officials said.

“The United States will stand with our Ukrainian partners and continue to provide Ukraine with weapons and equipment to defend itself,” Biden said in a statement.

The decision to give Ukraine the rocket systems came after Washington received assurances from Kyiv that it would not use them to strike targets inside Russian territory, which could expand the war.

Ukraine has been researching Multiple Rocket Launch Systems (MLRS) such as the M270 and M142 HIMARS to provide more firepower at longer ranges to strike Russian troop concentrations and weapons stockpiles at home. rear of the Russian forces.

The Pentagon said Washington would initially supply Ukraine with four HIMARS systems.

The new supplies add up to billions of dollars worth of equipment such as drones and anti-aircraft missiles. The Biden administration plans to sell four MQ-1C Gray Eagle drones that can be armed with Hellfire missiles to Ukraine for use in the battlefield against Russia, three sources told Reuters. Read more

Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said the supplies would not encourage Ukrainian leaders to resume stalled peace talks.

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Reports from Reuters offices; Written by Gareth Jones, Angus MacSwan and Rami Ayyub; Editing by Frank Jack Daniel, Hugh Lawson and Grant McCool

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