Information System – Infiweb http://infiweb.org/ Tue, 22 Nov 2022 14:46:41 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://infiweb.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/icon-1-150x150.png Information System – Infiweb http://infiweb.org/ 32 32 Politicians: RIA recommendations on the use of TikTok must be followed | New https://infiweb.org/politicians-ria-recommendations-on-the-use-of-tiktok-must-be-followed-new/ Tue, 22 Nov 2022 14:29:00 +0000 https://infiweb.org/politicians-ria-recommendations-on-the-use-of-tiktok-must-be-followed-new/ Toomas Kivimägi, chairman of the Riigikogu security authorities’ select oversight committee, says he is not yet fully aware of all the details related to the matter, but believes that it is above all a question of a matter of security. “The issue has not yet reached the security authorities’ select oversight committee,” Kivimägi said. “We […]]]>

Toomas Kivimägi, chairman of the Riigikogu security authorities’ select oversight committee, says he is not yet fully aware of all the details related to the matter, but believes that it is above all a question of a matter of security. “The issue has not yet reached the security authorities’ select oversight committee,” Kivimägi said. “We had a meeting on Monday about special communications, with people from the Homeland Security Service, the Department of Defense and Foreign Intelligence, but the [TikTok] issue has not been placed on our agenda,” he explained.

Kivimägi said it was up to each politician to decide for themselves which social media platforms to use. “But if we look at it from the other side, nobody has an obligation to use TikTok. It’s a matter of freedom of choice for everyone. It doesn’t mean that it’s necessary to regulate whatever whatever, but if [the app] isn’t secure enough, that’s another issue,” he added.

Kivimägi stressed that the RIAs are specialists in the field and that their recommendations on the matter must absolutely be followed. “However, if it is a recommendation, it will remain as a recommendation. isn’t safe, then it shouldn’t be used and should be avoided if possible, because there are other ways (to communicate),” Kivimägi said, adding that he himself doesn’t use even TikTok and had no plans to download the app in the future.

Erki Savisaar (Center), a member of the National Defense Committee of the Riigikogu, also said that he had not yet studied TikTok’s security analysis in depth. “Different platforms pose different security risks, and if the RIA has published this kind of assessment, it’s worth considering,” Savisaar said.

“In this case, it is a matter that should be discussed with security experts, however, if the same phone is also used to process sensitive information, intended for internal use only, then it is definitely not compatible. (along with TikTok) and it would be wise to use different devices,” Savisaar said.

Like Kivimägi, Savisaar is not on TikTok, but understands that for some politicians this may be necessary. “Each politician is responsible for his or her own actions, and the fact is that politicians need to be present in the environments where the voters are,” he said.

Chris Wray, director of the US Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), said last week that TikTok was a threat to the country’s national security. Tonu Tammer, head of the Cyber ​​Incident Reporting Team (CERT-EE) at the Estonian Information Systems Authority (RIA), said that if TikTok is absolutely necessary for work, a separate smart device should be used to reduce security risks. The RIA banned its employees from using TikTok on work phones two years ago.

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From the school desk to the municipal council podium https://infiweb.org/from-the-school-desk-to-the-municipal-council-podium/ Thu, 17 Nov 2022 17:10:48 +0000 https://infiweb.org/from-the-school-desk-to-the-municipal-council-podium/ There to push his school project further than the required rubric, a local high school student from Kelly High School told those gathered for the Beaumont town council meeting on November 15 that traffic on Thomas Road near his home was getting more and more more dangerous and has offered research-based solutions that he says […]]]>

There to push his school project further than the required rubric, a local high school student from Kelly High School told those gathered for the Beaumont town council meeting on November 15 that traffic on Thomas Road near his home was getting more and more more dangerous and has offered research-based solutions that he says will. improve security in its frequently crossed neighborhood.

“It was a school project,” Humza Arfeen, 18, told The Examiner of her political science class assignment that turned into a full-fledged, in-person appeal to city officials. “I knew straight away that would be the problem, and it kind of evolved.

“You had to write a letter to an official, so I thought, ‘Why not take it even further? “”

Humza, son of famed Beaumont pulmonologist Dr Qamar Arfeen, told advisers the speed and erratic driving tormented his neck from the Beaumont woods.

“Speed ​​is one of the main issues causing many crashes,” he said. “Everyone drives in every city, but the massive volume of cars and the length of my narrow street create problems. In 2016, the annual average daily traffic was 1,865 cars, according to the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT).

“On top of that, with the approximate width of my street being 28 feet and a length of about 6,430 feet, serving as a gateway from Delaware to Calder for people to get to work, people see my street as a cut, and they take advantage of it.”

“My father started walking down Thomas Road for exercise and due to excessive speed he and other residents quickly stopped. This problem does not only apply to walkers, but also to car accidents. There have been numerous car accidents and collisions at the intersection of Gladys Avenue and Thomas Road. People running red lights and speeding are the cause of these accidents.

According to TxDOT’s Crash Record Information System (CRIS), the aforementioned intersection has seen 28 wrecks, resulting in at least nine reported injuries, since November 16, 2018. During the same period, at least 126 wrecks have occurred along from Gladys, between North Major Drive and Interstate 10.

Humza told The Examiner that the problem has been there for years, but “I would say months ago I started writing the letter. I learned a lot of things, including how much traffic So it was a very good learning experience.

“Personal experience and research, when you combine that, you get a really good result of pure blood, good facts and information.”

Humza said possible solutions the city should explore include building sidewalks, which would likely ease any concerns felt by would-be walkers, as well as posting a traffic cop there during particularly busy times. .

Councilors praised the teenager’s courage and sense of civic duty which inspired him to go above and beyond his academic requirements in a bid to make his community safer. Beaumont Councilman Taylor Neild, who represents the Humza Ward, praised him for bringing the issue to the city’s attention, saying the city would share a recent traffic study with the high school student.

“It was all him,” said Dr Qamar Arfeen, explaining the pride it gave him, “I didn’t even know what he had written in there; I just came to listen. I wanted him to do it alone.”

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Exodigo-Esri partnership offers underground maps for construction https://infiweb.org/exodigo-esri-partnership-offers-underground-maps-for-construction/ Mon, 14 Nov 2022 06:28:06 +0000 https://infiweb.org/exodigo-esri-partnership-offers-underground-maps-for-construction/ While traditional underground mapping methods draw conclusions based on one or two types of sensors and visual clues, Exodigo uses multi-sensor fusion and processes varied signals with artificial intelligence (AI) into a single source. © Metromaps – stock.adobe.com Exodigo offers a non-invasive underground imagery solution for the construction industry, through a partnership with Esri, a […]]]>

While traditional underground mapping methods draw conclusions based on one or two types of sensors and visual clues, Exodigo uses multi-sensor fusion and processes varied signals with artificial intelligence (AI) into a single source.

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Exodigo offers a non-invasive underground imagery solution for the construction industry, through a partnership with Esri, a company developing geographic information system (GIS) software, web GIS and geodatabase management applications. The partnership aims to help governments and companies realize investment projects and reduce the risks associated with large-scale underground operations.

While traditional underground mapping methods draw conclusions based on one or two types of sensors and visual clues, Exodigo uses multi-sensor fusion and processes varied signals with artificial intelligence (AI) into a single source. The density and speed of data collection and processing allows Exodigo to identify more buried assets.

Esri ArcGIS users can now integrate underlying Exodigo imagery and data into existing underground utility maps to ensure undocumented utilities are identified and even slight curves in paths utilities can be viewed.

Esri allows Exodigo to create live maps that can be reprocessed and improved over time. The client portal allows secure access to its proprietary maps which are updated based on the continuous improvement of Exodigo’s imaging capabilities and algorithms.

Exodigo’s multi-sensor platform generates massive amounts of data that is processed and delivered in layers, including:

  • A green corridor polygon representing a right-of-way without utilities for safe design
  • A utility layer showing line identities
  • A layer of utility assets above ground (such as manholes, hydrants, etc.)
  • A layer of underground soil that highlights areas of possible ground distortion
  • An optional layer adding records available in digital format

This technology partnership transforms existing “as-built” into verified digital “as-is” models of the subsurface with the accuracy required for asset management and downstream planning, design and construction.

“Exodigo solves the underground problem with underground maps you can trust,” said Jeremy Suard, CEO and co-founder of Exodigo. “Through this new partnership, ArcGIS users can access the full subsurface image with Exodigo on the Esri system in the exact digital format they need.”

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Digital Drukyul will be completed next year: Lyonpo Karma Donnen Wangdi https://infiweb.org/digital-drukyul-will-be-completed-next-year-lyonpo-karma-donnen-wangdi/ Thu, 10 Nov 2022 05:40:26 +0000 https://infiweb.org/digital-drukyul-will-be-completed-next-year-lyonpo-karma-donnen-wangdi/ Jigmi Wangdi The Drukyul digital flagship project is 72% complete, according to Communications Lyonpo Karma Donnen Wangdi. Chhumig-Ura MP Karma Wangchuk asked Lyonpo about the progress of the project during question time during the second session of the eighth session at the National Assembly on November 8. Lyonpo said the project is large consisting of […]]]>

Jigmi Wangdi

The Drukyul digital flagship project is 72% complete, according to Communications Lyonpo Karma Donnen Wangdi.

Chhumig-Ura MP Karma Wangchuk asked Lyonpo about the progress of the project during question time during the second session of the eighth session at the National Assembly on November 8.

Lyonpo said the project is large consisting of eight different projects. The revised budget that the MoIC received was Nu 2.676 billion.

“So far, $1.716 billion has been spent on the projects,” Lyonpo said.

Lyonpo said that each project has multiple aspects related to improving the digital ecosystem in the country to enable citizens to access efficient public services.

The National Digital Identity project is 77% complete. This includes the collection of biometric data of the citizens of the country.

“So far, we have been able to collect data from 482,341 citizens. Biometric data collection is currently taking place in Thimphu, Samtse and Sarpang,” Lyonpo said.

The network launched by the government is almost 97% complete. The project includes connecting schools, offices, hospitals and institutes to the government fiber optic network.

“We have connected a total of 1,578 government agencies and institutes so far,” Lyonpo said.

The digital school project under the flagship project is 84% ​​complete. The project works on learning management system and education management information system.

“We are currently training teachers to use both systems,” Lyonpo said.

Bhutan’s integrated tax system project remains to be completed. Lyonpo highlighted the main benefits of the project for the country if done properly and used well.

The project includes the development of direct taxation, goods and services tax and an integrated revenue and payment system. Lyonpo said the Goods and Services Tax project has been postponed for the time being.

Other projects under the flagship project include home network reinstallation, integrated citizen service, integrated business licensing system and electronic patient information system.

Lyonpo said that apart from Bhutan’s integrated tax system, all projects will be completed by next year.

The Digital Drukyul Flagship project was approved in fiscal year 2019-2020.

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MKU opens a new chapter with a tamper-proof system https://infiweb.org/mku-opens-a-new-chapter-with-a-tamper-proof-system/ Fri, 04 Nov 2022 21:31:09 +0000 https://infiweb.org/mku-opens-a-new-chapter-with-a-tamper-proof-system/ MKU’s Director of ICT, Vincent Karuru, guides Stella Mwangi, a fourth-year student, through the process of taking her online exam. [Fidelis Kabunyi, Standard] When Grace Kioi joined Mt Kenya University (MKU) in 2019 at the height of the Covid-19 pandemic, she was unsure of completing her degree program within four years. She used to travel […]]]>
MKU’s Director of ICT, Vincent Karuru, guides Stella Mwangi, a fourth-year student, through the process of taking her online exam. [Fidelis Kabunyi, Standard]

When Grace Kioi joined Mt Kenya University (MKU) in 2019 at the height of the Covid-19 pandemic, she was unsure of completing her degree program within four years.

She used to travel from her home in Murang’a to the MKU campus in Thika to attend classes and take exams.

Sometimes she postponed classes or some were canceled due to Covid-19 restrictions and associated challenges.

She was unable to sit exams on time for two semesters.

And just like Grace, George Sambu, a fourth-year Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration student, also struggled to find affordable accommodation in Thika town during the Covid-19 period.

Sambu has postponed classes three times due to lack of accommodation.

However, all these tribulations among MKU students are a thing of the past as the Thika-based private university has addressed these concerns.

Grace and Sambu are both due to graduate, thanks to MKU investing in the development of in-house exam proctoring software.

The software is integrated with an online learning management system and student management information system to help with overall exam management for online courses.

Following the growing demand for its academic programs, the university has invested heavily in a stable and secure power source and backup system that ensures an uninterrupted online learning environment during power outages.

According to the university’s director of ICT, Vincent Karuru, thanks to the proctoring software, students can take exams from the comfort of their homes.

“Initially, our students used to go to the nearest exam center, which could be miles away. With the physical exams, it was also difficult to deal with time differences,” Karuru said.

Exam proctoring software requires a student to book and take exams online.

Karuru said the system is protected from external attacks because all online exam question banks are encrypted.

“During the assessment, the exam is timed, questions are randomized and relayed one by one with no possibility of going back,” Karuru said.

To avoid incidents of imposters taking exams, Karuru said the system uses images monitoring, screen recording, videos and audio recordings.

“The software is able to identify candidates and detect voices before the start of the exam. After that, proctors preview, automatically analyze, mark and classify each student’s images to detect any malpractice on the exam,” he said.

He said the software has helped the university reduce costs for faculty and students traveling to nearby exam centers and in the process, student accommodation has been eliminated.

Students from all MKU campuses as well as Diaspora centers in Burundi, Rwanda, Uganda and Hargesia (Somaliland) can now learn without any interruption, thanks to the e-learning system.

MKU was able to save millions of shillings which it used to spend on courier services to carry exams and booklets.

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Display Glass Substrate Market Size is Expected to Reach Around USD 7587.8 Million by 2028 | CAGR 3.2% https://infiweb.org/display-glass-substrate-market-size-is-expected-to-reach-around-usd-7587-8-million-by-2028-cagr-3-2/ Wed, 02 Nov 2022 10:39:00 +0000 https://infiweb.org/display-glass-substrate-market-size-is-expected-to-reach-around-usd-7587-8-million-by-2028-cagr-3-2/ View Glass Substrate Market Share The Display Glass Substrate market size is USD 6079.8 MN in 2022 from USD 6079.8 MN in 2021, the size will reach USD 7587.8 MN in 2028, growing at a CAGR of 3.2% Market.us also works closely with clients to better understand technology, properties, market environment statistics and help them […]]]>

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Cold Jet Stream and Storm will bring “winter conditions” to the western United States in the coming days https://infiweb.org/cold-jet-stream-and-storm-will-bring-winter-conditions-to-the-western-united-states-in-the-coming-days/ Sun, 30 Oct 2022 08:10:48 +0000 https://infiweb.org/cold-jet-stream-and-storm-will-bring-winter-conditions-to-the-western-united-states-in-the-coming-days/ Winter conditions are expected to hit the western United States, a drought-stricken region characterized by wildfires and high temperatures, according to new weather forecasts. A cold jet stream and storm system is causing wintry weather that will affect cities like Seattle, Sacramento and other cities in the region. The forecast also contradicts previous weather forecasts. […]]]>

Winter conditions are expected to hit the western United States, a drought-stricken region characterized by wildfires and high temperatures, according to new weather forecasts.

A cold jet stream and storm system is causing wintry weather that will affect cities like Seattle, Sacramento and other cities in the region.

The forecast also contradicts previous weather forecasts.

American winter conditions

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AccuWeather Meteorologists said a change in weather patterns will end abnormally dry conditions from the approach of the storm.

The US weather forecast camp adds that this weather will change mainly bringing precipitation, mountain snow and cooler conditions.

This week, meteorologists expect passing weather systems to cause travel delays, relief from drought and wintry conditions.

A forecaster from AccuWeather meteorologist Haley Taylor said this was made possible because the incoming storm will allow a colder airflow to enter the region from the United States.

As a result, cooler temperatures are expected in the coming days.

Read also : The renewed winter weather forecast will continue in the central United States from Monday

NOAA US Winter 2022 Outlook

On October 20, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) published his US Winter 2022 Outlook report, the drought forecast will persist in the Great Plains, parts of the western United States and other parts of the country.

The looming drought threat will coincide with an ongoing La Nina weather phenomenon for the third year in a row during the winter season.

In particular, NOAA’s Climate Prediction Center (CPC) has released predictions that the climate model will result in warmer than average temperatures in the southwestern United States, Gulf Coast, and eastern United States. States between the months of December and February.

NOAA has predicted that there will be drier than average conditions in the southern United States with an increase in wet weather.

Similar conditions would be possible in parts of the Ohio Valley, the Great Lakes, the northern Rockies and the Pacific Northwest.

Due to the unpredictable nature of weather and climate, other regions of the North American nation are possible during the said period.

NOAA forecasters also worked with the National Integrated Drought Information System (NIDIS)which said drought conditions are present in 59% of the country, with parts of the western United States, the southern Great Plains will be hardest hit during the winter season.

Conflicting winter forecasts

The NOAA and NIDIS drought predictions for the United States this winter could potentially contradict the following predictions for December in the days and weeks ahead.

For example, a separate but linked forecast of the National Weather Service (NWS) shows the prevalence and persistence of cold weather systems affecting the US West and East Coast in recent days.

This week alone, mountain rainfall and snowfall has occurred in the Pacific Northwest, which experienced a completely different weather scenario two weeks ago when forecasts by US weather authorities for further drought and droughts will further exacerbate high temperatures and ongoing wildfires, especially in California and other places.

As for AccuWeather’s latest forecast, a full winter season could replace existing winter drought forecasts if the cold jet stream and storm system continues in the region.

Related article: Cooler winter weather forecast for a dozen US states; Increase in predicted energy consumption

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Sempra Infrastructure and Silicon Valley Power sign renewable energy supply agreement https://infiweb.org/sempra-infrastructure-and-silicon-valley-power-sign-renewable-energy-supply-agreement/ Thu, 27 Oct 2022 10:50:00 +0000 https://infiweb.org/sempra-infrastructure-and-silicon-valley-power-sign-renewable-energy-supply-agreement/ HOUSTON, October 27, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Sempra infrastructurea subsidiary of sempra (NYSE: SRE) (BMV: SRE) and Silicon Valley Power (SVP) today announced that they have entered into a 20-year power purchase agreement (PPA) for the long-term supply of renewable energy to the City of Santa Clara, California.of the proposed Cimarrón wind project, Sempra Infrastructure’s cross-border […]]]>

HOUSTON, October 27, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Sempra infrastructurea subsidiary of sempra (NYSE: SRE) (BMV: SRE) and Silicon Valley Power (SVP) today announced that they have entered into a 20-year power purchase agreement (PPA) for the long-term supply of renewable energy to the City of Santa Clara, California.of the proposed Cimarrón wind project, Sempra Infrastructure’s cross-border wind facility under development in Baja California, Mexico.

Cimarrón is planned to be a 300 megawatt (MW) wind farm that uses Sempra Infrastructure’s existing cross-border high-voltage transmission line to interconnect and supply clean energy to East County’s county substation in San Diego County.

“We are delighted to work with the City of Santa Clarahome to some of the world’s largest technology companies, to provide access to renewable energy that can help meet their energy needs while supporting their sustainable energy goals,” said Justin Bird, CEO of Sempra Infrastructure. “This agreement underscores our commitment to advancing the development of our North American clean energy portfolio as we continue to help create a cleaner energy future.

“Silicon Valley Power continues to make long-term strategic investments in clean energy and add various energy resources to our power portfolio,” said Manuel Pineda, director of electrical services for Silicon Valley Power. “We are excited to partner with Sempra Infrastructure to add clean energy resources to help us meet our sustainability and climate goals.”

Cimarrón is being developed to include approximately 60 wind turbines with the capacity to produce enough energy equivalent to the annual energy consumption of more than 84,000 homes and is expected to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by nearly 210,000 metric tons. carbon dioxide equivalent (CO2-eq) per year. Construction of the new facility is expected to create more than 2,000 direct and indirect jobs in Mexico with additional investment in the local community as part of Sempra Infrastructure for corporate donations as part of the company’s commitment to the communities where it operates.

Cimarrón’s development is subject to a number of risks and uncertainties, including obtaining all necessary business agreements and permits and other factors, including making a final investment decision.

Promote cleaner energy
As one of the leading producers of clean energy in MexicoSempra Infrastructure focuses on the development of infrastructure to support the deployment of cleaner energy and the expansion of energy networks in North America. Sempra Infrastructure owns and operates over 1,000 MW of renewable capacity from two wind power plants and five solar parks. Together, these projects have generated more than 2.5 million MWh of net renewable energy in 2021, which is equivalent to reducing emissions by more than 1 million tonnes of CO2.

About Sempra Infrastructure
Sempra Infrastructure provides energy for a better world. Thanks to the combined strength of its strengths in North America, the company is dedicated to enabling cleaner energy for its customers. With a focus on sustainability, innovation, world-class security, defending people, resilient operations and social responsibility, its more than 2,000 employees develop, build and operate clean energy, power grids and energy and LNG and net zero solutions, which should play a crucial role in the energy systems of the future. For more information on Sempra Infrastructure, please visit http://www.semprainfrastructure.com and Twitter.

About City of Santa Clara
Located in the heart of Silicon Valley, approximately 45 miles south of San Franciscothe City of Santa Clara is truly “The center of what is possible”. Incorporated in 1852, Santa Clara covers an area of ​​19.3 square miles with a population of 129,498. Santa Clara is home to an extraordinary array of high-tech companies, including Applied Materials, Intel, Nvidia, Oracle and Ericsson. The City of Santa Clara also houses Santa Clara University, California Great America Theme Park and Levi’s® Stadium, home of the San Francisco 49ers and Super Bowl 50. For more information, visit SantaClaraCA.gov.

About Silicon Valley Power
Silicon Valley Power (SVP) is the registered trademark adopted by the non-profit municipal electric utility of Santa Clara, California, serving residents and businesses for over 125 years. SVP provides electricity to nearly 55,000 customers at rates 25-48% lower than neighboring communities. SVP is the only vertically integrated full-service utility in Silicon Valley that owns generation, transmission and distribution assets. For more information, visit SiliconValleyPower.com.

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Factors, among others, that could cause actual results and events to differ materially from those expressed or implied by any forward-looking statement include risks and uncertainties relating to decisions, investigations, regulations, issuances or revocations of licenses and other authorizations, and other actions by (i) the United States Department of Energy, the Comisión Reguladora de Energía, the United States Federal Energy Regulatory Commission and other regulatory and governmental agencies and (ii) the United States, Mexico and the states, counties, cities and other jurisdictions of these and other countries in which we do business; the success of business development efforts, construction projects and acquisitions and divestitures, including risks relating to (i) the ability to make a final investment decision, (ii) the completion of construction projects or other transactions on time and on budget, (iii) realizing the anticipated benefits of any of these efforts if successful, and (iv) obtaining the consent or approval of partners or other third parties, including government and regulatory agencies; civil and criminal litigation, regulatory inquiries, investigations, arbitrations, real estate disputes and other proceedings; changes in laws and regulations, including certain from Mexico the laws and rules that have an impact on the authorization of energy suppliers, the tariffs of energy contracts, the electricity industry in general and the import, export, transport and storage of hydrocarbons; cybersecurity threats, including from state and state-sponsored actors, to the energy network, storage and pipeline infrastructure, information and systems used to operate our business, and the confidentiality of our proprietary information and personal information of our customers and employees, including ransomware attacks on our systems and the systems of third parties we do business with, all of which have become more pronounced due to recent geopolitical events and other uncertainties, such as the war in Ukraine; the inability of foreign governments, public entities and our counterparties to honor their contracts and commitments; actions by credit rating agencies to lower our credit ratings or place such ratings on a negative outlook and our ability to borrow on favorable terms and meet our debt service obligations; the impact of energy and climate policies, laws, rules and disclosures, and related goals and actions of companies in our industry, including actions to reduce or eliminate reliance on natural gas generally and the risk of non- -recovery of blocked assets; the pace of development and adoption of new technologies in the energy sector, including those designed to support the energy and climate objectives of governments and private parties, and our ability to integrate them in a timely and cost-effective manner into our activities ; weather conditions, natural disasters, pandemics, accidents, equipment failures, explosions, acts of terrorism, information system failures or other events that disrupt our operations, damage our facilities and systems, cause the release of harmful materials, cause fires or subject us to liability for damages, fines and penalties, some of which may be disputed or not covered by insurers or may affect our ability to obtain satisfactory levels of affordable insurance; inflationary and interest rate pressures, currency and commodity price volatility, and our ability to effectively hedge these risks; the availability of natural gas; the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on capital projects, regulatory approvals and execution of our operations; changes in tax and trade policies, laws and regulations, including tariffs, revisions to international trade agreements and sanctions, such as those that have been imposed and may be imposed in the future under the war in Ukraine, which may increase our costs, reduce our competitiveness, impact our ability to do business with certain counterparties or impair our ability to resolve commercial disputes; and other uncertainties, some of which are difficult to predict and beyond our control.

These risks and uncertainties are discussed in more detail in the reports that Sempra has filed with the United States Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). These reports are available free of charge through the EDGAR system on the SEC’s website, www.sec.govand on the Sempra site, https://www.sempra.com/. Investors should not place undue reliance on forward-looking statements.

Sempra Infrastructure is not the same company as San Diego Gas & Electric Company or Southern California Gas Company, and neither Sempra Infrastructure nor any of its subsidiaries is regulated by the California Public Utilities Commission.

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Petrol dd: Board of Directors of Petrol dd, Ljubljana sets date for share split Petrol dd, Ljubljana (PETG) https://infiweb.org/petrol-dd-board-of-directors-of-petrol-dd-ljubljana-sets-date-for-share-split-petrol-dd-ljubljana-petg/ Mon, 24 Oct 2022 06:30:08 +0000 https://infiweb.org/petrol-dd-board-of-directors-of-petrol-dd-ljubljana-sets-date-for-share-split-petrol-dd-ljubljana-petg/ Based on resolutions 6.1 to 6.5 adopted at the 34th General Meeting of Shareholders of Petrol dd, Ljubljana, the Board of Directors of Petrol dd, Ljubljana will implement a corporate action, dividing the stock without par value of PETG . 1 PETG share will be split into 20 PETG shares, which means that the total […]]]>

Based on resolutions 6.1 to 6.5 adopted at the 34th General Meeting of Shareholders of Petrol dd, Ljubljana, the Board of Directors of Petrol dd, Ljubljana will implement a corporate action, dividing the stock without par value of PETG . 1 PETG share will be split into 20 PETG shares, which means that the total number of PETG shares will increase from the current 2,086,301 to 41,726,020, while the share capital of EUR 52,240,977.04 will remain the same.

The corporate action will be implemented on the accounts of the holders of PETG shares who will be holders of these shares in the central register of the information system closing on October 28, 2022. The corporate action will be executed on November 1, 2022 which is a day holiday ; therefore, trading will not take place that day. October 26, 2022 will be the last day that trading in PETG shares and settlement of trades will occur in the same manner as before. On October 27 and 28, 2022, PETG shares will trade unchanged, but all trades entered into during these two days will be settled taking into account the share ratio. This means that the price, orders and trades presented publicly will be the same, but the trades will not be settled as concluded and presented publicly – the price per share and the quantity of shares will be automatically adjusted according to the stock split 1 :20 report. This will in no way affect the economic content of the transactions concluded because the same share of the issuer’s capital will be exchanged at the same purchase price. From November 2, 2022 inclusive, trading and settlement of transactions will be carried out under a new regime, which means that the volume of shares on the market will increase to 41,726,020 and their price will decrease, i.e. say it will be divided by 20. The Ljubljana Stock Exchange will delete all orders entered before this date, which means that the order book for PETG shares will be empty at the start of the trading day on November 2, 2022.

The PETG stock split will be done automatically for stockholders through KDD doo in the central securities register. Holders of PETG shares will not have to pay anything for the shares obtained on the basis of the division of PETG shares. The PETG stock split fee will not be charged to PETG stock holders. The stock split itself has no tax implications, since it is a corporate action where the value of the asset in the form of PETG shares does not change.

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AETC Officials Announce Top Ideas for Spark Tank ’23 Challenge > Air Education and Training Command > Article View https://infiweb.org/aetc-officials-announce-top-ideas-for-spark-tank-23-challenge-air-education-and-training-command-article-view/ Fri, 21 Oct 2022 18:27:36 +0000 https://infiweb.org/aetc-officials-announce-top-ideas-for-spark-tank-23-challenge-air-education-and-training-command-article-view/ JOINT BASE SAN ANTONIO – RANDOLPH, Texas —Two Airmen have been selected to represent Air Education and Training Command to qualify for the 2023 AFWERX Spark Tank Challenge Quarter-Finals, here, Oct. 19, 2022. Spark Tank, an annual event where Airmen present innovative ideas to Air Force leaders and industry experts, culminated […]]]>

JOINT BASE SAN ANTONIO – RANDOLPH, Texas —Two Airmen have been selected to represent Air Education and Training Command to qualify for the 2023 AFWERX Spark Tank Challenge Quarter-Finals, here, Oct. 19, 2022.


Spark Tank, an annual event where Airmen present innovative ideas to Air Force leaders and industry experts, culminated at the AETC as six innovations were presented and judged by the command leaders. The committee was chaired by Major General James Sears, deputy commander of the AETC.


The ideas selected as winners for the AETC were the Administrative Data Analysis and Maintenance Matrix (ADAMM) program, presented by Tech. sergeant. Daniel Fournier, 56th Equipment Maintenance Squadron Aerospace Ground Equipment Craftsman, and Agile Content Evolution and Deployment (ACED), presented by Master Sgt. Errick Wernecke, superintendent of nuclear missile systems at the Air Force Security Center.


“Innovation takes creativity and courage to challenge the status quo and that’s exactly what our top two picks did,” said Master Sgt. Michael Bridges, AETC Innovation Directorate NCO in charge of Futures and Innovations. “We encourage the other 16 AETC submissions to continue breaking down barriers and developing their ideas, we hope to see them come to fruition in the future.”


ADAMM is a relational database and graphical user interface that enables high-resolution tactical and strategic decision-making capabilities from enhanced analysis across multiple dimensions of data points. The problem ADAMM solves is the inability to visualize and monitor assets in the categorical nature of aerospace ground equipment, which has historically been extremely time consuming.


The ADAMM program solves this problem by categorizing information with cross-table queries providing near real-time asset tracking. Additionally, by interconnecting ADAMM related data, maintainers can quickly see fully equipped jobs and use Theory of Constraints to further reduce waste and increase maintenance efficiency by also giving technicians quality data, represented from understandable way. Finally, the time saved enhances training capabilities by providing the quality time needed to mentor and develop future Air Force leaders and technicians.


“ADAMM connects related data from an information system to paint a holistic picture enabling decision making based on high and low data,” said Fournier. “With ADAMM, supervisors will be able to make those decisions quickly, saving time to focus on developing and training their Airmen.”


ACED is a concept of operations that uses the Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) program and AI-based technology, to create a platform capable of converting source documents under instruction and procedurally generating assessment materials. These capabilities are then used to automatically generate instructional content, interact with stakeholders, assess students, and customize materials to unique individuals, teams, units, and assignments.


“Our versatile Airmen will need education and training to keep pace with tomorrow’s battlefield with instruction delivered in days, not years,” said Senior Master Sgt. Errick Wernecke, superintendent of nuclear missile systems at the Air Force Security Center. “With ACED, we are able to develop the Airmen we need using personalized courses tailored to individuals and accelerate change through competency-based learning.”


The two teams will face off in the quarter-finals, in front of a judging panel consisting of AFWERX and the Secretary of Air Force leadership members who will select the best ideas to form a final list of semi-finalists to present to the next round. of judges.


The winners of the semi-finals advance to the final round of the competition, which is scheduled for the Air Force Association’s Air Warfare Symposium in Aurora, Colorado, March 6-8, 2023.


“The event empowers our Airmen and intrapreneurs to be innovative and seek to improve the Air Force,” said Col. Thomas Wegner, director of the AETC’s Innovation Directorate. “Sharing ideas and working with innovation leaders has led to successes such as the development of airmen and goalies with games for better preparation in the AETC.”



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