Oklahoma Adopts TCI’s Bring Science Alive! K-8 Programs

TCI’s elementary and middle school science programs built from the ground up to align to new Oklahoma Academic Standards for Science

MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif. (PRWEB) December 03, 2020

Award-winning K-12 publishing company, TCI, announced today that its Bring Science Alive! K-8 programs were officially approved by the Oklahoma State Textbook Committee for use in the state’s more than 1,200 elementary and middle schools.

Built from the ground up to support the recently adopted Oklahoma Academic Standards for Science (OASS), TCI’s Bring Science Alive! programs transform elementary and middle school science classrooms into a multi-faceted learning experience for both in-class and distance learning environments. The programs align with the OASS’s goal of ensuring that all students have an appreciation of the beauty and wonder of science; possess sufficient knowledge of science and engineering to engage in public discussions on related issues; are careful consumers of scientific and technological information related to

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Global brand name customer adopts iCatch Technology intelligent automotive imaging SoC for fleet management application

Global brand name customer adopts iCatch Technology intelligent automotive imaging SoC for fleet management application

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As high as 90% of the traffic accidents are related to driver’s status, such as fatigue or distraction. Studies have shown that by monitoring driver’s behavior and status, the traffic accidents can be greatly reduced by as much as 20%. Hence, the world’s leading safety assessment institutions and most countries around the world are evaluating the benefit drivers can get by enforcing driver monitoring systems on all vehicles.

Among all types of vehicles, commercial fleets are especially exposed to the potential threats of driver fatigue and distraction due to long driving time and distance. Global brand name customer has adopted iCatch Technology’s intelligent automotive imaging SoC as the heart of fleet management dash camera to combine iCatch Technology’s expertise in image processing and video recording with customer’s own fleet

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JPMorgan launches blockchain division called Onyx after a big tech client adopts its cryptocurrency for commercial use | Currency News | Financial and Business News


  • JPMorgan has launched Onyx, a new business division for its blockchain projects, after its digital token was adopted for commercial use by a big technology client for the first time this week, CNBC reported.
  • A JPMorgan spokesperson confirmed the report.
  • JPM Coin is now being used for round-the-clock global payments by a “large technology client,” the bank’s global head of wholesale payments told CNBC. The client was not named.
  • “We are launching Onyx because we believe we are shifting to a period of commercialization of those technologies, moving from research and development to something that can become a real business,” Takis Georgakopoulos said in a CNBC interview.
  • Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more stories.

JPMorgan has launched a new business division dedicated to blockchain technology, called Onyx, after the bank’s own digital currency was adopted for commercial use this week, CNBC reported on Tuesday.

A JPMorgan spokesperson

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