Drone photography provides depth knowledge: Is it true!

Several years ago, people have dreamed for the unmanned vehicles and after this, they just forgot about it. When people used to dream for this, they didn’t knew that they can transform their dreams into reality. Yes, we are having the unmanned vehicles and that too aerial vehicle. Here, I am talking about the drones because drone is known as the unmanned aerial vehicles. Past few years ago, people used to consider it as the crazy thought but today, they can just wonder about it. Do you know how the…

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Perks of using the heat line system!

If you want to count the topmost innovations, you cannot ignore the name of the heat line system in it. Heat line systems are the systems which help the pipes to de-freeze or away from icing. Have you ever seen a refrigerator? Obviously, everyone must have seen such common household items. These systems work on an almost similar principle. Though, action areas of both the systems are exactly different but still, both the systems share the same principle. The refrigerating system helps in preventing the things from heating and heat…

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Leverage the Benefits of Step-By-Step Digital Instruction Workflows

Digitizing paper-based processes or converting these into a set of instructions of digital work, which can be applied, to Smartphones, tablets and other wearables used in an enterprise is one of the innovative benefits. The digital program lets your team access relevant content and stepwise instructions with simple signing off procedures. The use of this out of the box digital solution empowers your workforce and enhances the operational efficiency. Apart from this, it benefits the environment by eliminating the use of paper. Librestream has created well-designed software for helping in…

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Importance of Weight Calibration in a Production Industry

Calibration of weights and balances is essential for obtaining accurate weighing results.  When you get your weights calibrated using the services of mass lab having direct NIST traceability, it would assist you in getting balance precision weights. One cannot get the right weighing of the balance if the weights are not calibrated. Precision weight measurement would further assist you in balance or scale calibration. Not having the calibration done means one is relying upon guesswork.  Using a non-calibrated scale or weight means, you lose credibility for your services and products…

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India’s tech-education woes: Is AICTE the problem itself?

A government-appointed committee, headed by IIT-Hyderabad chairperson BVR Mohan Reddy, has submitted a report to the tech-education regulator, All India Coucil for Technical Education (AICTE), recommending that no new engineering colleges be set up from 2020, and that the engineering education capacity be reviewed every two years after that. The AICTE is reportedly considering the suggestions. The 2020 cap is a sensible one given, as per The Indian Express, 51% of the 15.5 lakh BE/BTech seats in 3,921 engineering colleges didn’t find any takers in 2016-17. This means there is…

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Service set to memorialize Dr. Kenneth Breeden, former Lanier Tech president

Dr. Kenneth Breeden, who helped found the Technical College System of Georgia and served as president of Lanier Tech in Hall County from 1975 to 1984, died Dec. 14 at his home in Dawsonville at 77. A memorial service for Breeden will be held at the Ramsey Conference Center at Lanier Tech’s new campus at 2 p.m. on Saturday, Jan. 26, which would have been Breeden’s 78th birthday. According to his obituary provided by Ingram Funeral Home in Cumming, Breeden worked with four governors to unify the separately operated “vo-tech…

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India’s education system needs cultural change: Princeton professor Manjul Bhargava

Manjul Bhargava is the first person of Indian origin to have won the coveted Fields Medal in Mathematics for his path-breaking work in Number Theory. The 44-year-old professor of mathematics at Princeton University, who was in Bengaluru last week, enthralled the audience at the tenth Infosys Science Foundation Awards by explaining why all mathematics is a search for patterns and the reason why such patterns exist. Earlier, in an exclusive conversation — anchored by ET — Bhargava discussed a plethora of issues ranging from the importance of early childhood education to the need for a borderless world…

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$110 million for tech-education? Yes, please

The expense of post-secondary education combined with the difficulty of navigating career pathways are the top reasons why 60 percent of Washington students don’t earn a college degree or finish a credential by the time they turn 26. But what if students had the opportunity to choose a career path before they left high school? What if they could start training for high-demand, high-wage jobs while earning a diploma? Would a larger percentage of students find careers faster? Governor Jay Inslee says “yes.” It’s why $110 million of his $54.4 billion proposed state…

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Expo showcases Dist. 88 career, tech education opportunities

NEW ULM — The New Ulm High School held its second annual Career and Technical Education Expo Monday afternoon in the building commons. The expo allowed students to showcase the curriculum of the school’s varying CTE programs and educate their peers, as well as the community, about what these programs offer. “I think it’s really beneficial because they’re able to see some hands-on things that they could do in these particular classes,” business/computer science teacher Kayla Ruch said. “We’re very fortunate that we have so many different departments that we offer.” The…

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Can Tech Effectively Treat ADHD And Other Neurological Conditions?

  For those diagnosed with neurological conditions like Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, navigating daily life can be extremely difficult. They often struggle to concentrate, prioritize tasks and remember things, among other challenges.  With 1.5 million people in the UK alone affected by the condition, access to quality support is fundamental. But more often than not, this comes at a huge cost for individuals, families and society. Getting a diagnosis of ADHD takes up to two years, and treatments can cost from €10,000 to €14,500 per year in European countries. Copenhagen-based tech startup Tiimo is on…

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