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23 May 19
Rotary Club of Waipapa
23 May 19
ICT Blog

Ball Thrust Bearings Market: Introduction Thrust bearings were introduced by George Michell, an Australian engineer in 1905. Thrust bearings are rotary bearings which allow rotation amongst parts like other bearing types. They are typically designed to withstand axial loads. Thrust bearings comprise two raceways or washers and rolling components. The washers may be grooved in […]

23 May 19
SW Florida Real Estate

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23 May 19
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23 May 19
GMI Research

The global commercial drones market has witnessed a substantial growth in recent years. The rise in the application areas of drones majorly in precision agriculture and law-enforcement, favourable government policies and regulations as well as increased technological advancements are the key factors fuelling the growth of commercial drone’s market. Apart from this, the developing economies are increasingly […]

23 May 19
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23 May 19
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23 May 19
Active NorCal

In December, the Mount Shasta Rotary constructed pens in Lake Siskiyou to house and grow “trophy-sized” rainbow trout to release into the lake. With spring in full swing in the Mount Shasta area, the group is preparing to release those trout into the lake. The 2019 Lake Siskiyou Kid’s Fishing Day will begin the celebration […]

23 May 19
VentureBeat
Creating driverless cars capable of humanlike reasoning is a long-standing pursuit of companies like Waymo, GM’s Cruise, Uber, and others. Intel’s Mobileye proposes a mathematical model — the Responsibility-Sensitive Safety (RSS) — it describes as a “common sense” approach to on-the-road decision-making that codifies good habits like giving other cars the right of way. For its part, Nvidia is actively developing Safety Force Field, a decision-making policy in a motion-planning stack that monitors unsafe actions by analyzing real-time sensor data. Now, a team of MIT scientists are investigating an approach that leverages GPS-like maps and visual data to enable autonomous cars to learn human steering patterns, and to apply the learned knowledge to complex planned routes in previously unseen environments. Their work — which will be presented at the International Conference on Robotics and Automation in Long Beach, California next month — builds on end-to-end navigation systems architected by Daniel Rus, director of the Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL). Rus and colleagues’ prior models followed roads without destinations in mind, while the new model drives to predefined places. “With our system, you don’t need to train on every road beforehand,” said first paper author and MIT graduate student Alexander Amini. “You can download a new map for the car to navigate through roads it has never seen before.” As Amini and the other contributing researchers explain, their AI system watches and learns how to steer from a human driver, and then correlates steering wheel rotations to road curvatures it observes through cameras and an inputted map. Eventually, it comes to know the most likely steering command for various driving situations, such as straight roads, four-way or T-shaped intersections, forks, and rotaries. In experiments, the researchers fed the machine learning model a map with a randomly chosen route. When driving, the system extracted visual features from the camera, which enabled it to predict road structures like a distant stop sign and line breaks on the side of the road. Furthermore, it correlated visual data with the map data to identify mismatches, which helped it to better determine its position on the road and ensure it stayed on the safest path. For example, when it was driving on a straight road without turns and the map indicated that it needed to turn right, the car knew to keep driving straight. “In the real world, sensors do fail,” said Amini. “We want to make sure that the system is robust to different failures of different sensors by building a system that can accept these noisy inputs and still navigate and localize itself correctly on the road.”
23 May 19
Marquis Who's Who Top Engineers

Colonel C. David DePriest, Engineering Executive and Retired Military Service, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Engineers for dedication, achievements, and leadership in electro-optics and logistics.

23 May 19
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23 May 19
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23 May 19
The Mendocino Beacon
The Mendocino Historical Review Board will meet Monday, June 3, 7 p.m., at the Community Center of Mendocino. Items on the agenda include: • A discussion of simplifying the paint color approval process for painting the exteriors of homes, with the goal of making most such projects an over-the-counter process not requiring an MHRB hearing or associated $491 fee. Board member Deirdre Lamb reported that paint palettes have been supplied by county staff that may serve as guides. The following projects, which have been referred to the MHRB for comment but require approval from the Mendocino County Planning Commission, are also on the agenda. • Jerry Karabensh on behalf of the Mendocino Rotary Club is seeking a Coastal Development Use Permit to establish an official park at what is now known as Rotary Park, the lot bordered by Lansing, Main, Howard and Albion streets just south of the Mendocino Cafe. • Eric and Elaine Hillesland are requesting a Coastal Development Permit to add one visitor-serving unit to the existing five units at the Alegria Inn at 44781 Main St. • Judith Brown is requesting a Coastal Development Permit to authorize an existing seven visitor-serving units at the Nicholson House Inn at 44861 Ukiah St.  
23 May 19
Troy Rotary NY

So, what does that headline mean to you and to your community? It means people from businesses and organizations within the city are forming their own chapter of Rotary International, a worldwide volunteer organization of men and women working together to make their communities, and the world, a better place. To do so, after a […]

23 May 19
Bham Now

Love the large size of suburban housing, but crave the upbeat vibe of a bustling city? H2 Real Estate has exactly what you desire—Avenue A townhomes. Here’s an inside look at this brand new development that’s bringing urban luxury to downtown Birmingham.