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10w only 7.4 dollars – MD2835 Standard T8 LED Tube light

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Barco LiveDots launches cost-reducing LED screens for Retail and Advertising

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Next to offering outstanding image quality, the T-series also comes with the revolutionary Infinipix image processing platform. Infinipix excels in pixel bandwidth performance, and combines this with fully cloud-based monitoring, control and automated diagnostics. Barco will showcase the T8 at the InfoComm trade show – and the new displays will be commercially available as of July 2014. “Our T8 and T10 LED displays have a revolutionary design: they no longer come in separate tiles, but in ultra-slim cabinets with a shared power supply and co... Read More »

Vinci wins a design-build contract for a section of the I-85 interstate highway in the United States

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4 additional traffic lanes over 12 km 11 bridges and viaducts to be demolished and rebuilt A US$187 million (about €134 million) contract On this project, Blythe Construction will be applying the Recyvia® environmental process, which enables it to employ up to 50% recycled materials, for the first time on a major highway in North Carolina. The design is currently being finalised. Work on the project is to get under way in early 2015 and handover is scheduled in December 2017. Eurovia is a world leader in the construction, repair an... Read More »

Boeing celebrates double 777-300ER delivery to EVA Air

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"Our new Boeing 777-300ERs will allow us to initiate significant changes in the flying experience we offer passengers around the world," said EVA Air Chairman K.W. Chang. "We will continue to modernize our world-class fleet with new and innovative technologies, ensuring that our passengers receive the most comfortable and memorable flying experience." The Panasonic eX3 in-flight entertainment system on EVA Air's new flagship 777-300ER features in-flight Wi-Fi connectivity and high-definition video touch screens at every seat. The airline'... Read More »

Computers flying Economy: new 747 test jet is a flying data machine

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The plane, which arrived at GE’s Flight Test Operations center in Victorville, Calif., this week, will help technicians and engineers test next-generation jet engines like the LEAP, the GE9X, and the Passport. The wire and fiber optics will connect sensors embedded in the engines to rows of powerful computers inside the economy cabin and help crews analyze terabytes of complex industrial data in flight. GE acquired the 20-year-old aircraft (pictured above) from Japan Airlines in late 2011 and spent the last 14 months puling out seats, rewiri... Read More »

Volga-Dnepr Group to showcase Antonov An-124-100 Ruslan cargo aircraft at ILA-2014 Air Show

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The aircraft will be part of the static display at ILA-2014 to showcase the unique design and capability of the An-124-100 ‘Ruslan’ transport aircraft with its 120 tons of cargo capacity. The air charter airline of the Group, Volga-Dnepr Airlines, operates a total of 10 aircraft of this type – the world’s largest An-124 fleet – and provides transport and logistics services for unique, heavyweight and outsized cargo loads to destinations all over the world, including remote and hard-to-access regions and airports. Complex logistics solutions per... Read More »

Boeing business jets outpaces competition in widebody market share

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Boeing announced today at the European Business Aviation Conference & Exhibition (EBACE) that since the 787 and 747-8 became available for BBJ conversion in 2006, the response to Boeing’s VIP widebody product line has been strong. Business leaders and heads of state customers overwhelmingly choose widebody Boeing VIP airplanes over the competition. “Over the past eight years, Boeing Business Jets has distinguished itself in the VIP widebody market. We saw an opportunity in the business jet market for widebody airplanes and now we are see... Read More »

From wind tunnel tests to software reviews, Nasa’s commercial crew partners continue to advance

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Blue Origin, The Boeing Company, Sierra Nevada Corporation (SNC) and Space Exploration Technologies (SpaceX) are accomplishing milestones established through Space Act Agreements as part of the agency's Commercial Crew Development Round 2 and Commercial Crew Integrated Capability initiatives. CCP's engineering team is working closely with its partners as they develop the next generation of crewed spacecraft and work toward challenging evaluations and tests this year. Ultimately, NASA intends to certify and use American-made commercial system... Read More »

Boeing multi-intelligence tactical aircraft surpasses 1,000 flight hours

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Boeing has also demonstrated the system's intelligence-collection during several U.S. government exercises. RAMIS is a Boeing-owned and operated King Air 350 extended range aircraft modified for plug-and-play reconfiguration. The aircraft's sensor suite can be tailored between sorties, enabling low-cost insertion of new technology as capabilities are developed or acquired. "What makes our airborne multi-intelligence offering unique is our ability to easily change out cameras, sensors and radars to meet customers' needs without intensive m... Read More »

Google: bringing the Rubik’s cube to the next generation of problem solvers

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In 1974, the world gave us one such piece of perfect design—the Rubik's Cube. Budapest-based educator and inventor Ernő Rubik created the puzzle originally to help his students better understand spatial geometry. Released to the public in the 1980s, it quickly became an international obsession, bigger than hairspray and breakdancing combined. But the Rubik’s Cube is more than just a toy; it’s a puzzle waiting to be solved and a question waiting to be answered. Over the past 40 years, the cube has puzzled, frustrated, and fascinated so many of u... Read More »

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