Brigade Electronics discusses high definition versus standard definition CCTV cameras for vehicle safety

PORTLAND, Ind., Nov. 24, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Vehicle CCTV has grown in popularity over the last few years with many fleet operators choosing to equip their vehicles with the technology to improve safety, support driver training, and prevent fraudulent claims. Vehicle CCTV has even helped to reduce insurance premiums for companies, with the recorded footage proving invaluable when it comes to settling conflicting reports, providing invaluable evidence, and deterring perpetrators from targeting vehicles.

For fleet operators considering investing in commercial vehicle CCTV, understanding the benefits of each system and what is most appropriate could save money in the long term. Here, Corey Heniser, from Brigade Electronics INC, explains the differences between high definition and standard cameras.

High Definition v Standard Definition Vehicle CCTV

The main difference between high definition (HD) and standard definition (SD) is the number of pixels contained in the displayed image. HD images have more

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Hero Technologies, Inc. Name Change Finalized with FINRA; Discusses Future Business Plans and the BlackBox Systems and Technologies Project

DOVER, DE / ACCESSWIRE / November 23, 2020 / On November 13, 2020, Hero Technologies Inc. (“Hero Technologies” or the “Company”) (OTC:HENC) finalized its name change with FINRA. The Company was formerly known as Holloman Energy Corporation.

Hero Technologies Inc. is an expanding vertically integrated, cannabis operator, focusing on high-growth markets. Hero Technologies Inc. pairs premier seed genetics and proprietary growing techniques, with plans to utilize and expand its growing technology/techniques to all its facilities and operations.

The Company’s business model includes licensing operations, processing operations, processing facilities, sale of products, brand creation, and technology development. Ultimately, “Our intent is to become a low-cost national and internationally branded cannabis company. Through cost measurement methods, we will be able to measure costs of production by pound and generate data our competitors often do not have. With this information, we believe our target production costs could be $150 to $450 per lbs.,

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Stephanie Espy discusses importance of women in STEM

On Thursday, the Berkeley Forum hosted author and UC Berkeley alumna Stephanie Espy for an online discussion on the importance of closing the gender gap in STEM careers.

Espy graduated from UC Berkeley in 2004 with a master’s degree in chemical engineering. She addressed her personal experiences working in engineering industries, as well as her current efforts in encouraging young women to pursue careers in STEM, or science, technology, engineering and math.

“I was the only female engineer in my department, so it was a mental check for me,” Espy said during the event. “Where are the women, and specifically, where are the women of color?”

In hopes of providing young girls with role models of women in STEM, Espy wrote the book, “STEM Gems: How 44 Women Shine in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics, and How You Can Too!”

For the book, Espy interviewed 44 women in STEM careers

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Larry Ellison Discusses The Future Of Office Work And Integrated Applications

When the chairman of a company that employs more than 130,000 people offers his perspective on whether COVID-19 will permanently change office culture, it’s worth paying close attention.

“It’s already happened, and it will never go back,” said Oracle’s Larry Ellison during a recent online discussion. “It’s not like we’ll never go back to the office, but we’ll never go back to the office 9 to 5. …It makes no sense, at least in our industry. So people will figure out how many hours they should be in the office, and how many of their hours they’ll be working at home.”

Ellison, Oracle’s chairman and chief technology officer, shared other insights and opinions during a wide-ranging discussion November 9 with

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AMD’s PC CPU and GPU Chief Discusses Current and Next-Gen Products

AMD’s  (AMD) – Get Report new Zen 3 desktop CPUs and RDNA 2 gaming GPUs deliver major performance and power efficiency gains relative to prior-generation offerings. And from the looks of things, AMD’s next-gen CPU and GPU architectures are also likely to provide major improvements.

On Friday afternoon — a day after AMD’s Ryzen 5000 desktop CPU line, which relies on its new Zen 3 CPU core microarchitecture, officially became available — I talked with Rick Bergman, the EVP of AMD’s Computing and Graphics Business Group. Bergman was previously an AMD exec from 2006 to 2011, and then served as Synaptics’ CEO for more than 7 years. He currently oversees AMD’s PC CPU, gaming GPU and game console processor businesses.

Here’s what Bergman had to say about various subjects related to near-term demand trends, AMD’s current offerings and his company’s product and technology roadmaps, slightly edited for clarity.

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Holmes Lilley Discusses Leveraging Technology to Achieve Business Growth – Press Release

NEWPORT BEACH, CA / ACCESSWIRE / November 2, 2020 / In a recent article with TMCnet.com, accomplished attorney and entrepreneur Holmes Lilley shared insights on the importance of leveraging technology in order to grow a business.

Holmes Lilley founded the Newport Beach-based law firm, Employer Defense Group, LLP in 2017, for which he remains a partner. He is also a highly respected general counsel for both public and private companies throughout the country .

In the article, Mr. Lilley expressed that while running a business can be very challenging, modern-day technology has also made it easier than ever before.

Through a variety of software tools and applications that entrepreneurs can readily access , businesses can swiftly achieve increased brand exposure, better customer support, and improved human resource management.

For increased brand exposure, Holmes Lilley explained how social media has also been proven to drive more sales and conversions than traditional

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FTC discusses potential antitrust case against Facebook

Thursday’s meeting came two days after the Justice Department filed an antitrust lawsuit against Google, and as coalitions of state attorneys general are weighing whether to bring their own complaints against the search giant. Facebook — with more than 2.2 billion users worldwide — ranks second behind Google in claiming a share of revenue from the online advertising market.

Attorneys general from multiple states are also pursuing antitrust probes against Facebook, though it is unclear whether they would be able to join the FTC’s case if the agency files one.

The FTC investigative process involves teams of antitrust attorneys, economists and litigators who can each make their own recommendation to the agency’s commissioners on whether to pursue a case. Attorneys from the agency’s Bureau of Competition marshal documents and witness interviews, while staff in the Bureau of Economics analyze economic theories and models to determine whether they have enough evidence

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CarBuzz Discusses the Evolution of Modern Car Technology

LOS ANGELES, Oct. 28, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Modern car technology is developing at an ever-increasing rate, according to CarBuzz. Mercedes-Benz claims to have given us the very first automobile back in 1886, with mechanical improvements gradually occurring in the half-century that followed. Since then, the evolution of tech has happened at a more rapid pace, and we now have hybrid cars like the Toyota Prius. A quick review of the past few decades shows just how quickly times are changing.

1990-2000

In 1990, GPS navigation worked its way into mainstream motors courtesy of Mazda. As a handy convenience, it helped reduce traffic congestion and optimize mileage and fuel economy. In 2000, a civilian-based GPS setup was launched in the USA.

Soon, vehicles were given the ability to connect with emergency services and other cars. At

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A TikTok VP shares main topics his team discusses with brands

  • Blake Chandlee, TikTok’s vice president of global business solutions, shared the three main topics his team discusses with brands in an interview at Business Insider’s Global Trends festival on Tuesday.
  • Chandlee said that brands typically ask about how to strike the right tone and be ‘authentic’ on TikTok, how to measure sales driven by TikTok ads, and how they can ensure ads are appearing in a brand safe environment on the app.
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As TikTok has grown from a social-media newcomer to a video powerhouse with 100 million US users, its conversations with brands have also matured. 

“It’s gone from [brands] being a year and a half ago, ‘Should we be there and what is this thing?’, to as it’s grown and it’s diversified its audience and certainly diversified content, now it’s, ‘Ok we need to be here,'” said Blake Chandlee, TikTok’s vice president

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