Business Domain – 1000 Webu http://1000webu.com/ Thu, 17 Nov 2022 07:53:53 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://1000webu.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/05/default-138x136.png Business Domain – 1000 Webu http://1000webu.com/ 32 32 Multi-Domain Controllers Market 2031 Outlook, Global Opportunities and Growth Analysis – TMR Study – The C-Drone Review https://1000webu.com/multi-domain-controllers-market-2031-outlook-global-opportunities-and-growth-analysis-tmr-study-the-c-drone-review/ Thu, 17 Nov 2022 06:36:32 +0000 https://1000webu.com/multi-domain-controllers-market-2031-outlook-global-opportunities-and-growth-analysis-tmr-study-the-c-drone-review/ A report by Transparency Market Research (TMR) provides a 360-degree analysis of the global multi-domain controller market. Therefore, readers get access to an in-depth assessment of significant factors including growth drivers, challenges, R&D and opportunities for business expansion in the market during the forecast period, 2022 to 2032. The main objective of the report is […]]]>

A report by Transparency Market Research (TMR) provides a 360-degree analysis of the global multi-domain controller market. Therefore, readers get access to an in-depth assessment of significant factors including growth drivers, challenges, R&D and opportunities for business expansion in the market during the forecast period, 2022 to 2032.

The main objective of the report is to offer a comprehensive assessment of the global market including the major stakeholders of the Multi-Domain Controller industry. The current and historic market status along with the projected market size and trends are demonstrated in the assessment in a straightforward manner. Additionally, the report provides data on market volume, share, revenue, production, and sales.

The TMR report is the end product of a study conducted using different methodologies including PESTEL, PORTER and SWOT analysis. The study using these models has shed light on the key financial considerations which Multi-Domain Controllers market players must focus on in identifying the competition and formulating their marketing strategies for the Consumer and Industrial markets. The report draws on a wide range of research methods including surveys, interviews and social media listening to analyze consumer behaviors in full.

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Multi-Domain Controller Market: Industry Trends and Value Chain

The study on the Multi-Domain Controller market presents a granular assessment of macroeconomic and microeconomic factors that have shaped the dynamics of the industry. A deep focus on the industry value chain helps companies uncover effective and relevant trends that define customer value creation in the marketplace. The analysis presents data-driven and industry-validated frameworks for understanding the role of government regulations and financial and monetary policies. The analysts offer an in-depth analysis of how these factors will shape the value creation network for companies and companies operating in the market.

Multi-Domain Controllers Market: Branding Strategies and Competitive Strategies

Some of the key questions examined in the study are:

  • What are some of the recent branding activities of leading players undertaken to create customer value in the Multi-Domain Controller market?
  • Which companies develop a litany of products in an effort to diversify their product portfolio?
  • Which companies have strayed from their core competencies and what impact has this had on the strategic landscape of the Multi-Domain Controller market?
  • Which companies have broadened their horizons by engaging in long-term societal reflections?
  • Which companies have bucked the pandemic trend and what frameworks have they adopted to remain resilient?
  • What are the marketing programs for some of the recent product launches?

The list of major players operating in the multi-domain controller market includes the following names:

TATA ELXSI, Visteon Corporation, Robert Bosch GmbH, Continental AG, Sasken Technologies Ltd., Delphi Technologies, Mobileye, NVIDIA Corporation, Infineon Technologies AG, KRONO-SAFE, NXP Semiconductors, Autoliv Inc., ZF Friedrichshafen AG and Texas Instruments

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Multi-Domain Controller Market: Assessing Revenue Avenues and Potential in Key Geographies

Some of the key aspects that the study analyzes and sheds light on are:

Which regions are seeing increased investment in supply chain networks?

  • Which countries seem to have benefited from recent import and export policies?
  • Which regions have experienced a decline in consumer demand due to economic and political upheaval?
  • What are some of the key geographies likely to emerge as lucrative markets?
  • Which regions are expected to lose share due to price pressures?
  • In which regions are the major players expected to expand their footprint in the near future?
  • What are some of the sustainability trends impacting the logistics and supply chain dynamics in the Multi-Domain Controller market?
  • What are some of the demographic and economic environments that are creating new demand in developing economies?
  • How are changing government regulations shaping business strategies and practices?

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You don’t need a law degree to transform legal operations https://1000webu.com/you-dont-need-a-law-degree-to-transform-legal-operations/ Mon, 14 Nov 2022 19:50:01 +0000 https://1000webu.com/you-dont-need-a-law-degree-to-transform-legal-operations/ The legal tech industry raised more than $2.5 billion in 2021, and alternative legal service providers are increasing their market share, as companies like Deloitte & EY strengthen their ranks in legal advice. This growth creates new job opportunities. However, while people with and without law degrees are driving changes in legal operations and technology, […]]]>

The legal tech industry raised more than $2.5 billion in 2021, and alternative legal service providers are increasing their market share, as companies like Deloitte & EY strengthen their ranks in legal advice. This growth creates new job opportunities.

However, while people with and without law degrees are driving changes in legal operations and technology, the resulting job opportunities tend to be limited to lawyers only despite a large pool of talented professionals. without JD.

Those familiar with this space understand that you don’t have to be a lawyer to excel in this field. Having a legal background can be beneficial, but it should not be a prerequisite.

Several people changing the practice of law don’t have a law degree, including Ulf Zetterberg (Time is Ltd.), Jennifer McCarron (Netflix) and Stephanie Corey (UpLevel Ops) who have all had a huge influence on the work of most modern lawyers.

Legal Professionals Can Manage Lawyers

There are several reasons why one might want to limit a role in legal transformation or technology to lawyers.

What if the job requires setting goals and objectives for the legal department, managing a team of lawyers, or leading strategic management within the legal department? These skills do not require the active practice of law, but we must answer the question of whether someone without a legal background can manage lawyers doing legal work.

Take the example of the medical field.

Doctors are licensed professionals who specialize in their field, as are lawyers. The medical ecosystem includes, among others, nurses, technicians and administrators. Although physicians have highly technical skills and unique domain knowledge, that doesn’t mean they need to be at the top of every hierarchy in their field.

Consider the role of the medical administrator. Doctors are trained to treat and cure people. But if you want to run a hospital, you cannot only study and practice medicine, you must also study medical administration for years.

State bar associations often prevent legal professionals from holding majority ownership. Under American Bar Association ruleslaw firms are not allowed to offer ownership or other investment and revenue-sharing opportunities to legal professionals, resulting in firms where lawyers drive all decision-making despite their work in an ecosystem of legal professionals.

The legal restrictions on law firms may have created a culture that makes us think you have to be a lawyer to manage a team of lawyers, but that’s not the case. It should be noted that such restrictions do not exist in all common law jurisdictions.

For example, the United Kingdom has begun to allow legal professionals to invest in 2011.

State-of-the-art legal tech training

Legal technology continues to transform the delivery of legal services. Legal technology solutions include deep learning algorithms to automate research and data collection, and cloud-based enterprise solutions streamline collaboration between law firms and corporate legal departments.

Although attorneys are often end users of this technology, they do not necessarily have the understanding required to implement these systems or teach about them. Law schools are good at training students to spot legal issues and potential claims before signing a contract, but not so much at leading a comprehensive technology selection, deployment, and change process.

The legal profession should consider developing hands-on training around technology to better equip lawyers for these “new law” roles. In the meantime, we must recognize that some of the most talented professionals in legal innovation and technology have developed and implemented these enterprise-wide systems in some of the world’s leading organizations – and this space is multidisciplinary. .

Remember, legal tech isn’t just about legal. Implementing a contract management system, for example, often involves sales, procurement, finance, and IT teams.

The need for “JD” after someone’s name is less important than the requirements of the role. It is not because a post concerns legal pedagogy that one should prefer a lawyer to an expert in the field.

The same can be said of law school training as a prerequisite for a role that is not primarily focused on providing legal advice. Fair hiring practices should focus on the most qualified candidates.

We live in an environment where 1,800 legal tech startups received funding between 2016 and 2022. The legal tech environment is changing at breakneck speed, and legal operations professionals, many of whom don’t have JDs, are already evaluating work and deploy legal technologies on a daily basis. These skills are essential for modern lawyers to fulfill their responsibilities in business.

The need for evolution

Although the future of legal innovation remains uncertain, it is clear that law schools must evolve to meet the technological needs of students. At the very least, lawyers and legal professionals need to have more collaborative conversations about the broader educational need for legal technology.

Legal operations professionals have a unique opportunity to emphasize the importance of designing and implementing an ecosystem of business solutions to guide greater efficiency and decision-making. If the data and trends tell us anything, law firms and corporate legal departments must adapt to achieve better business results, while law schools must change the way they teach in our digital economy. modern.

This article does not necessarily reflect the views of Bloomberg Industry Group, Inc., publisher of Bloomberg Law and Bloomberg Tax, or its owners.

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Mrs. Onwudiwe is executive vice president of legal and business intelligence at Evisort and a lecturer at Harvard Law School. He helped build Evisort while in law school and he lectures on entrepreneurship and innovation.

Tom Stephenson is Director of Legal Operations for Credit Karma. He focuses on driving legal operations to run smarter and faster while implementing right-sized technology solutions that deliver meaningful data on how teams are performing.

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Former Homeland Security secretary says companies should consider national security alongside profit https://1000webu.com/former-homeland-security-secretary-says-companies-should-consider-national-security-alongside-profit/ Fri, 04 Nov 2022 21:34:00 +0000 https://1000webu.com/former-homeland-security-secretary-says-companies-should-consider-national-security-alongside-profit/ The globalized, laissez-faire economy that defined business for years is giving way to a whole new set of considerations, according to Michael Chertoff, the former secretary of the Department of Homeland Security. While companies have focused for years on the fastest, cheapest and easiest way to produce products and do business, Russia’s invasion of Ukraine […]]]>

The globalized, laissez-faire economy that defined business for years is giving way to a whole new set of considerations, according to Michael Chertoff, the former secretary of the Department of Homeland Security.

While companies have focused for years on the fastest, cheapest and easiest way to produce products and do business, Russia’s invasion of Ukraine and the rise of China have increased attention to national security as a business consideration, Chertoff said.

Since the start of the war in Ukraine, Russia has been weaponizing the global supply chain to serve its interests, the former Homeland Security secretary told attendees of the Fortune CEO Initiative Summit in Palm Beach, Florida on Thursday.

Russia has already cut natural gas exports to Europe and heightened fears of a worsening global food crisis after he withdrew from a UN-brokered deal to export grain through the Black Sea before join the deal this week.

“This is a deliberate effort by the Russians to use the possibility of energy shortages and food shortages as a way to leverage so that support for Ukraine starts to dwindle,” Chertoff said.

But Russia’s actions are not an isolated phenomenon, Chertoff said. For 10 or 15 years, the field of geopolitical conflicts has gradually spilled over into the economy.

“Vectors and areas of conflict are more than you think with tanks, planes and ships,” Chertoff said. “Economy, food, information – all of these areas are where there is competition, conflict and even wars.”

This growing trend has pushed corporations further and further into the throes of geopolitics and put economic issues at the forefront of national security.

Chertoff highlighted the passing recently CHIPS and scientific lawwhich aims to increase US production of semiconductors, as a positive step taken by the government to avoid a fallout similar to what Europe is currently facing with natural gas.

Semiconductors are a key component for a range of electronic devices such as computers and smartphones, but also for military equipment. However, a majority of semiconductors are made in China and Taiwan, leaving the United States at risk of having its supply cut off.

Although relocating operations to the United States may conflict with the traditional corporate mentality of producing products in the most efficient way at the lowest price, the national security implications are becoming increasingly difficult to ignore. , Chertoff said.

“There was a time that would be considered a ‘no no.’ You would want to have the cheapest, cheapest supplies, and you don’t want to have excess capacity,” Chertoff said. is that it’s a great way to fall off a cliff.”

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Trespassing case could test state pipeline investigation law https://1000webu.com/trespassing-case-could-test-state-pipeline-investigation-law/ Tue, 01 Nov 2022 21:17:25 +0000 https://1000webu.com/trespassing-case-could-test-state-pipeline-investigation-law/ By Jared Strong A land surveyor for Summit Carbon Solutions is facing a criminal trial in December for alleged trespassing on land in northwest Iowa that is part of the company’s proposed route for the carbon dioxide pipeline, according to the court records. State law allows surveys — without the threat of a trespassing charge […]]]>

By Jared Strong

A land surveyor for Summit Carbon Solutions is facing a criminal trial in December for alleged trespassing on land in northwest Iowa that is part of the company’s proposed route for the carbon dioxide pipeline, according to the court records.

State law allows surveys — without the threat of a trespassing charge — after hazardous liquids pipeline companies held project briefings and sent a notice to landowners.

Surveys are intended to help determine the path and depth of potential pipelines.

“Right now we’re on the farmer’s side because I don’t know who’s been told and who hasn’t, and that’s their property,” the Dickinson County Sheriff said. Greg Baloon. “If you’ve been asked to leave, you’re supposed to leave, otherwise it’s trespassing.”

The criminal charge stems from an attempt to survey farmland east of Spirit Lake in August, court records show.

Jeff Jones, a nephew of the landowner, has farmed this land for decades. He raises crops and livestock with his two adult sons.

Jones fears the pipeline – which would cut a path of about a kilometer through the property – could disrupt drainage pipes in fields and hamper crop yields. But that’s not the main problem.

“I’m more upset that they think they can do whatever they want and take whatever they want,” he said.

The threat of eminent domain threatens scores of landowners across the state. The summit seeks to build approximately 680 miles of hose in the northwestern half of the state that would transport captured carbon dioxide away from ethanol plants. Two other companies want to build similar pipelines.

Reluctant landowners may be forced to grant companies easements to install and maintain pipelines. Summit said it has entered into voluntary easement agreements for about half of its route.

Summit wants to hold a final hearing on its pipeline permit in March, according to its proposed schedule to the Iowa Utilities Board, which decides whether to issue a permit and grant eminent domain requests. The company seeks a final order from the board of directors in June.

The state’s Office of the Consumer Advocate opposes the proposed timeline, according to a recent IUB filing.

“Given the scope of the project proposed by Summit and the novelty of carbon dioxide pipelines in Iowa, it is important not to rush to establish a procedure before Summit has prepared the information necessary to evaluate the pipeline and its route,” wrote consumer advocate Jennifer Easler.




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The charge of trespassing

Summit first sought to survey land in Dickinson County in March, said Jones, the farmer. He told the surveyor to leave and that he would file a trespassing complaint if the company officers returned.

Jones and the landowner rejected all posted notices of the polls sent by Summit, he said.

On August 24, a team of five officers were preparing to survey the grounds when Jones’ father spotted them and approached them. He called Jones, who was about six miles away. Jones said he drove to the site and passed four of the investigators, who he said were hastily leaving in vehicles. He called the sheriff’s office.

“In my mind – if the four were running away like that – that tells me they were wrong,” he said.

There was one left: Stephen James Larsen, 28, of Arlington, South Dakota. He was charged with misdemeanor trespassing, which carries a $354 fine.

Jones said Larsen refused to reveal the names of fellow surveyors when asked by a sheriff’s deputy.

Larsen’s trial has been delayed and is now set for December 8, according to court records.

“No laws were broken and we expect these charges to be dismissed in the near future,” said Courtney Ryan, spokeswoman for the Summit.

Ryan said the company followed the investigative procedure mandated by state law and left the property when asked.

“To be 100% clear, there was no intrusion into this situation,” she said.

The Dickinson County District Attorney’s Office, which is prosecuting the criminal charge, did not respond to a request for comment for this story.

Summit has three ongoing trials against other landowners who refused to allow the company to survey their land in northern Iowa, according to court records. Iowa law permits court-ordered injunctions to conduct investigations without interference from the landowner.

The landowners in these ongoing cases – as well as those sued by another pipeline company, Navigator CO2 Ventures – argue that forced investigations violate on their constitutionally protected property rights.

Iowa Capital Dispatch is part of the States Newsroom, a network of similar news offices supported by grants and a coalition of donors as a 501c(3) public charity.

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The history of AI in 33 breakthroughs: the first expert system https://1000webu.com/the-history-of-ai-in-33-breakthroughs-the-first-expert-system/ Sat, 29 Oct 2022 23:19:31 +0000 https://1000webu.com/the-history-of-ai-in-33-breakthroughs-the-first-expert-system/ In the early 1960s, computer scientist Ed Feigenbaum became interested in “creating models of the thought processes of scientists, particularly the processes of empirical induction by which hypotheses and theories were deduced from data”. In April 1964, he met geneticist (and Noble Prize winner) Joshua Lederberg who told him how experienced chemists use their knowledge […]]]>

In the early 1960s, computer scientist Ed Feigenbaum became interested in “creating models of the thought processes of scientists, particularly the processes of empirical induction by which hypotheses and theories were deduced from data”. In April 1964, he met geneticist (and Noble Prize winner) Joshua Lederberg who told him how experienced chemists use their knowledge of how compounds tend to break down in a mass spectrometer to make inferences about structure. of a compound.

Recalling in 1987 the development of DENDRAL, the first expert system, Lederberg remarked“…we were trying to invent AI, and in the process we discovered an expert system. This paradigm shift, “that knowledge is power”, was explained in our 1971 paper [On Generality and Problem Solving: A Case Study Using the DENDRAL Program]and has been the banner of the knowledge-based systems movement within AI research from that point on.

Expert systems represented a new stage in the evolution of AI, moving from its initial focus on general problem solvers to focusing on expressing human reasoning in code, i.e. drawing inferences and come to logical conclusions. The new emphasis was on knowledge, in particular the knowledge of experts specializing in a (narrow) domain and more specifically their heuristic knowledge.

Feigenbaum explained heuristic knowledge (in his 1983 talk “Knowledge engineering: the applied side of artificial intelligence“) as “a knowledge that constitutes the rules of expertise, the rules of good practice, the rules of judgment in the field, the rules of plausible reasoning… As opposed to the facts of the field, its rules of expertise, its rules of good estimation, are rarely written down.

Pamela McCorduck in It Might Matter: My Life and Times with the Artificial Intelligentsia2019:

“In 1965, Feigenbaum and Lederberg assembled a superb team, including philosopher Bruce Buchanan and later Carl Djerassi (one of the “fathers” of the birth control pill) as well as brilliant graduate students who would go on to make their own mark in IA. The team began to study how scientists interpreted the output of mass spectrometers. To identify a chemical compound, how did an organic chemist decide which of several possible pathways would be more likely than others The key, they realized, is knowledge – what the organic chemist already knows about chemistry Their research would produce the Dendral program (for the dendritic, tree-like algorithm exhibiting spreading roots and branches) with fundamental assumptions and techniques that would completely change the direction of AI research.

The experience with DENDRAL informed the development of the Stanford team’s next expert system, MYCIN (the common suffix associated with many antimicrobial agents), designed to help doctors diagnose bloodstream infections. Feigenbaum used MYCIN to illustrate the different aspects of knowledge engineering, stating that expert systems must explain to the user how they arrived at their recommendations, “otherwise the systems will not be credible to their business users”.

As has happened again and again with new breakthroughs throughout AI history, expert systems have generated a lot of hype, excitement, and false predictions. Expert systems were “the big thing” in the 1980s and it was estimated that two-thirds of Fortune 500 companies applied the technology in their day-to-day business operations, ending with “AI winter” in the late 1980s. 1980.

Already in 1983, Feigenbaum identified the “key bottleneck” that led to their eventual demise, that of scaling up the knowledge acquisition process: “Knowledge is currently acquired in a very painstaking way reminiscent of cottage industries, in which individual computer scientists work. with individual experts in disciplines thoroughly to explain heuristics. In the decades to come, we must have more automatic means to replace what is currently a very tedious, time-consuming and expensive procedure. The problem of knowledge acquisition is the main bottleneck problem of artificial intelligence.

Automation of knowledge acquisition eventually took place, but not via the methods envisioned at the time. In 1988, members of the IBM TJ Watson Research Center published “A statistical approach to language translationannouncing the shift from rule-based machine translation methods to probabilistic methods, and reflecting another shift in the evolution of AI towards “machine learning” based on statistical analysis of known examples, and not on understanding and “understanding” the task at hand.

And while knowledge for Feigenbaum was the heuristic knowledge of experts in very specific fields, knowledge became, especially after the advent of the Web, any digitized entity accessible on the Internet (and beyond) that could be extracted and analyzed by machine learning, and over the last decade, by its more advanced version, “deep learning”.

In his personal history of the development of DENDRAL in 1987, Lederberg wrote of Marvin Minsky’s critique of the build and test paradigms, that for “any problem worth the name, searching through all possibilities will be too inefficient for practical use”. Lederberg: “He had in mind to play chess with 10^120 possible paths of movement. It is true that equally intractable problems, such as protein folding, are known in chemistry and other natural sciences. These are also difficult for human intelligence.

In November 2020, DeepMind’s AlphaFold model, a deep learning system designed to identify the three-dimensional structures of proteins, achieved remarkably accurate results. In July 2022, DeepMind announced that AlphaFold could identify the structure of some 200 million proteins from one million species, covering just about every protein known to humans.

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Global smart pump market to reach $2.1 billion by https://1000webu.com/global-smart-pump-market-to-reach-2-1-billion-by/ Wed, 26 Oct 2022 11:55:56 +0000 https://1000webu.com/global-smart-pump-market-to-reach-2-1-billion-by/ Portland, OR, Oct. 26, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — According to the report released by Allied Market Research, the smart pump market generated $1 billion in 2021 and is expected to reach $2.1 billion by 2031, growing at a CAGR of 7.3% from 2022 to 2031. The report offers a detailed analysis of top winning strategies, […]]]>

Portland, OR, Oct. 26, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — According to the report released by Allied Market Research, the smart pump market generated $1 billion in 2021 and is expected to reach $2.1 billion by 2031, growing at a CAGR of 7.3% from 2022 to 2031. The report offers a detailed analysis of top winning strategies, evolution market trends, market size and estimates, value chain, key investment pockets, drivers and opportunities, competitive landscape and regional landscape. The report is a useful source of information for new entrants, shareholders, early adopters and stockholders in introducing necessary strategies for the future and taking essential actions to significantly strengthen and increase their position in the market.

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Report coverage and details:

Report cover Details
Forecast period 2022–2031
base year 2021
Market size in 2021 $1 billion
Market size in 2031 $2.1 billion
CAGR 7.3%
Number of pages in the report 310
Segments Covered Type, component, end user industry and region.
Drivers Increase in world population and increase in disposable income among people
Increased adoption of environmentally friendly lifestyles
Opportunities Growth of manufacturing industries
Increased people’s awareness of sustainability

COVID-19 scenario:

  • COVID-19 outbreak has negatively impacted the growth of the global smart pumps market, owing to the occurrence of lockdowns in various countries across the globe.
  • The lockdowns have resulted in the prevalence of various restrictions on manufacturing facilities, including those on smart pumps.
  • The COVID-19 pandemic has halted production for many smart pump suppliers due to lockdown. The economic downturn initially led to reduced production in end-user industries.
  • In addition, reduction in skilled labor and shortage of raw materials due to strict ban on import and export of necessary items further worsened the impact on the market. These restrictions are imposed by the government in order to curb the spread of the virus during the pandemic.
  • However, thanks to the introduction of various vaccines, the severity of the COVID-19 pandemic has decreased significantly.

The report offers detailed segmentation of the global smart pumps market on the basis of type, component, end-user industry, and region.

Based on type, the centrifugal segment held the largest market share in 2021, holding more than two-thirds of the global smart pump market share, and is expected to maintain its leading status during the forecast period. Moreover, the same segment is expected to quote the fastest CAGR of 7.4% during the forecast period. The report also analyzes other segments such as the positive displacement segment.

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Based on the end-user industry, the industrial segment held the dominant market share in 2021, holding nearly 90% of the global smart pump market share, and is expected to maintain its leading status during the period. forecast. The building solutions segment, on the other hand, is expected to quote the fastest CAGR of 8.0% during the forecast period.

Based on components, the pump segment held the dominant market share in 2021, holding more than two-thirds of the global smart pump market, and is expected to maintain its leading status during the forecast period. The control systems segment, on the other hand, is expected to quote the fastest CAGR of 7.5% during the forecast period.

Based on the region, the Asia-Pacific region market held the dominant market share in 2021, holding more than two-fifths of the global market, and is expected to maintain its leading status during the forecast period. The LAMEA region, on the other hand, is expected to quote the fastest CAGR of 8.4% during the forecast period.

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The key player analyzed in the global smart pumps market report includes Grundfos Holding A/S, Ingersoll Rand Inc., ABB Ltd, All Pump Solutions, Armstrong Fluid Technology, Circor International, Inc., Flowserve Corporation, ITT Inc. , Ketek Group, Kirloskar Brothers Limited (India), KSB SE & Co. KGaA, Sulzer Ltd., Unico LLC., Wanner International Ltd. (Hydra-Cell), Wilo SE, Xylem Inc. and Yaskawa Electric Corporation.

The report analyzes these key players of the global smart pumps market. These market players have effectively used strategies such as joint ventures, collaborations, expansion, new product launches, partnerships, and others to maximize their foothold and prowess in the industry. The report is useful for analyzing recent developments, product portfolio, business performance, and operating segments of major market players.

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TSMC halts work of Chinese company https://1000webu.com/tsmc-halts-work-of-chinese-company/ Sun, 23 Oct 2022 16:00:00 +0000 https://1000webu.com/tsmc-halts-work-of-chinese-company/ Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co (TSMC, 台積電) has suspended production of advanced silicon for Chinese start-up Biren Intelligent Technology Co (壁仞科技) to ensure compliance with US regulations, a person familiar with the matter said. The decision is linked to reports in the public domain that Biren’s products outperform Nvidia Corp’s A100 chips, which are banned from […]]]>

Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co (TSMC, 台積電) has suspended production of advanced silicon for Chinese start-up Biren Intelligent Technology Co (壁仞科技) to ensure compliance with US regulations, a person familiar with the matter said.

The decision is linked to reports in the public domain that Biren’s products outperform Nvidia Corp’s A100 chips, which are banned from the Chinese market, the person said, asking not to be identified while discussing a topic. sensitive.

While TSMC hasn’t come to a conclusion on whether Biren’s products meet the U.S. threshold for restrictions, the chipmaker has decided to halt shipments to the Chinese startup for the time being, the company said. nobody.

Photo: Lam Yik Fei, Bloomberg

Biren, one of China’s most promising semiconductor designers, had earlier concluded that its artificial intelligence (AI) chips produced by TSMC were not covered by the latest US export restrictions because specifications of its products did not meet the restriction criteria, Bloomberg reported on Friday.

A representative for TSMC declined to comment further. No one at Biren, based in Shanghai, was immediately available to respond to requests for comment outside of normal business hours.

Biren is seen as a domestic contender to compete with graphics chips from Nvidia, which said it can no longer sell its most advanced AI products in China. The US measures were aimed at limiting China’s development of technologies that could be used to help its military and appeared to exclude access to advanced manufacturing.

The U.S. Department of Commerce’s Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS), which plays a key role in designing and enforcing export controls, announced the semiconductor restrictions on October 7 .

“While the BIS cannot comment on company-specific actions, we expect all companies to comply with export controls,” a Commerce Department spokesperson said in response to a question. earlier about TSMC’s business relationship with Biren. “Since the release of the rule on October 7, BIS has undertaken a vigorous outreach effort to educate affected individuals to assist in compliance efforts.”

TSMC, the world’s largest contract chipmaker, complies with all applicable regulations and “will continue to serve all customers around the world,” said general manager CC Wei (魏哲家) in response to a question about the China during its earnings call on Oct. 13. .

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edgeTI and Silico partner to unite real-time digital https://1000webu.com/edgeti-and-silico-partner-to-unite-real-time-digital/ Tue, 18 Oct 2022 07:00:00 +0000 https://1000webu.com/edgeti-and-silico-partner-to-unite-real-time-digital/ Combined software to accelerate ROI and simplify digital transformation across all business operations, including revenue generation and workforce planning ARLINGTON, Virginia. and LONDON, Oct. 18, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — EdgeTotal Intelligence Inc.. (“edgeTI”), a leader in real-time digital operations software, and Silico Ltd. (“Silico”), the business process simulation platform, today announced a strategic partnership to […]]]>

Combined software to accelerate ROI and simplify digital transformation across all business operations, including revenue generation and workforce planning

ARLINGTON, Virginia. and LONDON, Oct. 18, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — EdgeTotal Intelligence Inc.. (“edgeTI”), a leader in real-time digital operations software, and Silico Ltd. (“Silico”), the business process simulation platform, today announced a strategic partnership to accelerate the time to value of digital transformation initiatives for service providers, governments, telecommunications and service organizations. financial services.

The strategic partnership establishes a common go-to-market proposition and formalizes the integration of Silico, an advanced business process simulation (BPS) platform that creates a digital twin of the enterprise, with digital operations software in time real estate from edgeTI that digitally transforms enterprises, service providers and governments through intelligent workspaces.

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Through this partnership, governments and companies in the telecommunications, BFSI, manufacturing, telecommunications, healthcare, smart cities and defense sectors will have the ability to:

  • Quickly integrate and merge inputs with 3rd party data such as SAP, Salesforce, and UiPath to create large-scale digital twins based on real-time metrics of all functions in an organization;
  • Simulate enterprise resources, processes, and activities to generate forward-looking analytics through scenario planning through what-if scenarios and AI-based optimization;
  • Make decisions and see their results simulated in a digital twin before executing it in the real world, then push those changes through control automation, all from a unified workspace;
  • Visualize analytics to monitor processes and predict upcoming issues to enable proactive intervention, continuous planning, and real-time monitoring of performance against projections;
  • Maintain situational awareness as changes such as currency exchange rate fluctuations and raw material cost volatility occur.

Business users will see many benefits resulting from the creation of a digital twin of the enterprise, such as increased speed, frequency and complexity of scenario planning and improved alignment between business decisions and financial goals. . This is made possible by the ability to see real-time data and metrics in a model-based view, with the ability to compare any number of transformation initiatives and discover the optimal order for them. deliver.

John Hill, CEO of Silico, comments: “Business process simulation reaches the organization and gives decision-makers a forward-looking view of the impact of their decisions. BPS is the fundamental technology enabling the digital twin of the enterprise. EdgeCore’s ability to extract data from across the organization, combined with Silico’s ability to generate simulations and forward-looking scenario analysis, unlocks the next frontier of digital operations transformation.

“We’re excited to have Silico help us bring even more smart workspaces to the eyes and hands of executives, line managers, and frontline workers.” Every day, organizations are impacted by multiple uncontrollable events that escalate locally, regionally and sometimes globally. adds Jim Barrett, CEO of EdgeTI. “Connecting Silico and enabling non-technical resources to explore decisions and then automate execution is the next frontier. We believe these new capabilities will deliver new levels of performance and speed of response without having to tear down and replace existing systems and data.

edgeTI will demonstrate these new capabilities at TechNet IndoPac, November 1, 2022, and Silico is expected to demonstrate at Opex Process Excellence in Amsterdam, October 25, 2022. The companies will present a joint webinar in the near future. To stay informed of details and progress, keep an eye on Silicon Where EdgeTi LinkedIn page or sign up for email updates at Silico’s website .

About Silico

Silico envisions a world where every decision is simulated, before being made in the real world. Silico is the leading provider of process simulation software, working with companies across all industries to transform their decision making in as little as four weeks. The Silico platform is an end-to-end solution that allows businesses to quickly and easily create digital twins of any business or process, and simulate over time to better predict their future.

https://www.silicoai.com

For press inquiries, please contact silico@missive.co.uk.

About edgeTI
edgeTI™ helps customers achieve the impossible with its real-time digital operations software, edgeCore™. Global enterprises, service providers, and governments are more profitable when vision and action are united to deliver seamless experiences through the platform’s low-code development capability. With edgeTI, customers improve margins and agility by rapidly transforming siled systems and data into scalable situations across business, technology and cross-domain operations.

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India defends rules-based maritime borders in Indo-Pacific: Rajnath https://1000webu.com/india-defends-rules-based-maritime-borders-in-indo-pacific-rajnath/ Sat, 15 Oct 2022 17:48:00 +0000 https://1000webu.com/india-defends-rules-based-maritime-borders-in-indo-pacific-rajnath/ India upholds rules-based maritime borders in the Indo-Pacific in which no nation, regardless of size, can be allowed to exclude others from its fair use, Defense Minister Rajnath said on Saturday. Singh, amid China’s growing assertiveness in the region. In his address to the Heads of Asian Coast Guard Agencies, the Minister of Defense […]]]>

India upholds rules-based maritime borders in the Indo-Pacific in which no nation, regardless of size, can be allowed to exclude others from its fair use, Defense Minister Rajnath said on Saturday. Singh, amid China’s growing assertiveness in the region.

In his address to the Heads of Asian Coast Guard Agencies, the Minister of Defense also called for effective collaboration among maritime nations to address maritime security challenges.

Singh asserted that India throughout history has been a peace-loving society that has never invaded any foreign land and has always respected the territorial integrity of other countries, while treating them as equal partners. .

He stressed that ocean space should be respected as a global commons to benefit all humanity in an environmentally sustainable manner.

“We stand for open, free and rules-based maritime borders in the Indo-Pacific, in which no nation, regardless of size, can be allowed to appropriate the global commons or exclude others from its fair use,” Singh said.

“We are always ready and willing to work with all like-minded partner countries through various forums in this endeavour,” he added.

His comments came amid growing concerns among major democratic powers over China’s increasing military muscle in the Indo-Pacific.

The Minister of Defense expressed India’s commitment to implementing international regulations, enacting maritime safety and security legislation, establishing cooperation mechanisms with nations and engaging in the capacity building of maritime law enforcement agencies.

He underlined that India is also encouraged by the effectiveness of agreements such as the Regional Cooperation Agreement for Combating Piracy and Armed Robbery against Ships in Asia and considers mutual cooperation to be alone the most effective means of ensuring safety and security at sea.

Singh said that India’s ‘SAGAR’ (Security and Growth for All in the Region) and ‘Rules-Based Order at Sea’ complement its approach to inclusive growth and sustainable collaboration in the region.

“With the continued growth of maritime traffic, the potential risk of marine pollution and search and rescue needs from any unwanted maritime incident have also increased,” he said.

“Recent oil spills have raised concerns about the maritime environment and the dangers it poses. Illegal, unreported and unregulated (IUU) fishing continues to threaten the long-term sustainability of the oceans,” said Singh.

He noted that smuggling, drug trafficking and human trafficking through maritime routes have made maritime law enforcement more difficult, stressing that an effective response strategy against such threats is the need for the ‘hour.

Singh appreciated the role of Coast Guard agencies in ensuring maritime safety and security.

He said that as maritime policing and law enforcement agencies, Coast Guard agencies bring distinctive capability and functionality to the table.

He called on the agencies to complement the capabilities of the respective national navies and jointly ensure a safe and secure maritime environment.

Singh hopes the maritime domain can be made conducive by ensuring a safe and secure maritime environment and cleaner seas through joint efforts.

The Indian Coast Guard is hosting the 18th Asian Coast Guard Chiefs Meeting (HACGAM) in Delhi from October 14-18.

A total of 55 representatives from 18 countries are participating.

Two international organizations – the Regional Cooperation Agreement on Combating Piracy and Armed Robbery against Ships in Asia (ReCAAP ISC) and the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime – Global Program Against Maritime Crime (UNODC-GMCP) also participate in the meeting.

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Samba TV Attempts to Reverse Domain Name Hijacking – Domain Name Wire https://1000webu.com/samba-tv-attempts-to-reverse-domain-name-hijacking-domain-name-wire/ Thu, 13 Oct 2022 15:24:19 +0000 https://1000webu.com/samba-tv-attempts-to-reverse-domain-name-hijacking-domain-name-wire/ The TV analytics company tackled a registered domain long before it existed. Earlier today, I wrote about the UDRP at hummingbird.com and said I was surprised the panelist didn’t consider the UDRP. The National Arbitration Forum released another decision today with a similar pattern of facts, and the panelist did find reverse domain name hack. […]]]>

The TV analytics company tackled a registered domain long before it existed.

Earlier today, I wrote about the UDRP at hummingbird.com and said I was surprised the panelist didn’t consider the UDRP.

The National Arbitration Forum released another decision today with a similar pattern of facts, and the panelist did find reverse domain name hack.

Samba TV, Inc. is a TV analytics company using the samba.tv domain. He filed a cybersquatting lawsuit against SambaTV.com.

As in the hummingbird.com case, Samba TV was founded after the domain was registered, and the plaintiff made no effort to remedy this fatal flaw despite being represented by an attorney.

As in the hummingbird.com case, the domain owner did not respond to the dispute.

But panelist Debrett Lyons went further and determined that this case is a reverse domain name hijacking. Lyons wrote:

The Complainant certifies that “the information contained in this Complaint is, to the best of its knowledge, complete and accurate, that this Complaint is not presented for an improper purpose, such as harassment, and that the assertions contained in this Complaint are substantiated in under these Rules and under applicable law, as it now exists or as it may be extended by good faith and reasonable argument.

The complainant is professionally represented. According to its own evidence, the Respondent adopted the disputed domain name before it was able to learn of the Complainant’s activity. Further, Respondent’s limited use of the domain name many years prior to Plaintiff’s first claimed commercial use of the Mark is a use within the ordinary meaning of the dictionary of the terms comprising the Mark.

There is no evidence of bad faith. There is no evidence that Respondent approached Complainant (or anyone else) to sell the domain name, or asked for money or any other favor in response to Complainant’s pleas to transfer the disputed domain name. Nor did Respondent, at any time after Complainant commenced business under the Mark, adapt the resolution page to offer or promote goods or services of the type of interest to Complainant.

From a reading of the evidence, the domain name is coveted by the Complainant as an obvious choice for his subsequently established business and, unwilling to negotiate a commercial agreement for its acquisition, the Complainant initiated this proceeding on the basis of what the Panel considers to be unsupportable assertions.

Given the clear terms of the policy, the committee finds it unlikely that the

The Complaint is complete to the knowledge of the Complainant and finds it incomprehensible that he can certify in good faith that the assertions contained in the Complaint are justified. Panel finds reverse domain name hijacking.

Procopio, Cory, Hargreaves and Savitch LLP represented Samba TV, Inc.

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