AdaCore Broadens its Cybersecurity Capabilities with the Acquisition of Componolit GmbH

first_img WhatsApp AdaCore Broadens its Cybersecurity Capabilities with the Acquisition of Componolit GmbH Pinterest Facebook WhatsApp TAGS  Previous articleMainstay Medical Announces US$108 Million Equity Financing TransactionNext articlePulse Biosciences Announces Start of Controlled Launch of the CellFX System® Digital AIM Web Support Facebookcenter_img By Digital AIM Web Support – February 16, 2021 Cyrille Comar, Co-founder and President of AdaCore Europe, and Alexander Senier, Founder and CEO of Componolit. Twitter Local NewsBusiness Pinterest Twitterlast_img read more

Law enforcement: Parents should set teens’ rules for when they’re on the road

first_imgParents should set rules for their teens and set boundaries regarding alcohol, seat belt use and having passengers.  Deputy Ryan Bunce says having a conversation with your teen is key for their safety.  According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, motor vehicle crashes is the leading cause of death for teens ages 15 to 18. OWEGO (WBNG) — This week is National Teen Driver Safety Week, and the Tioga County Sheriff’s Office suggests parents to use this week to have important conversations with their teens about driving. center_img “It’s a big responsibility,” Bunce said. “They need to know that it’s a big responsibility that they’re taking on.” The sheriff’s department also mentioned they will have enhanced enforcement periods coming up around the holidays this year.last_img read more

Guyana president named global rain forest Ambassador

first_img Sharing is caring! NewsRegional Guyana president named global rain forest Ambassador by: – June 7, 2011 Tweet Share Bharrat Jagdeo is chosen as first ever Goodwill Ambassador for tropical rain forestsGEORGETOWN, Guyana – President Bharrat Jagdeo has been named by leaders of the Amazonian, Congo and Borneo-Mekong forests as the world’s first Goodwill Ambassador for tropical rain forest, a part-time position which will take effect when he leaves office.He was proposed by President of the Democratic Republic of Congo Dennis Sasso Nguesso, during the Heads of States and Government conference on the three tropical forest basins of the world which was held in that African country, in recognition of his global leadership on forest and climate change issues.  During the meeting, which was aimed at sharing solutions to save forests and support the fight against the devastating consequences of climate change, Guyana’s Low Carbon Development Strategy (LCDS) also received high praise and its efforts in the international arena to combat climate change were recognized.Meantime, Guyana and the Congo have inked a five-year agreement to increase cooperation between the two countries in the field of forestry and wood industries.The Memorandum of Understanding, which was signed by Guyana’s Agriculture Minister Robert Persaud and Congolese Minister of Forestry and Sustainable Development Henri Djombo, will see the two countries establishing and developing cooperation to address sustainable forest management and the enhancement and development of processed wood and wood-based construction industries. The bilateral cooperation in the technical, industrial and managerial aspect of the forest industry will significantly enhance the development of the two countries.  Other initiatives will include: exchange visits by delegations from the two countries; exchange of information on science and technology relating to forest, tree seedlings, genetic material and other forest resources; participation of group studies and human resource training; collaboration in research and production and joint surveys; trading in timber and other forestry products; and the training of technicians and other experts in forestry-related disciplines.Caribbean 360 Newscenter_img Share 67 Views   no discussions Sharelast_img read more

Elimination of Big Teams Reigns

first_imgFEMI’S AFCON 2019 FLAKESThe knockout phase has continued to produce some incredible results that pundits here are finding it difficult to deal with. Let’s imagine what has happened to the big teams. Atlas Lions of Morocco won their three matches were shocked by Squirrels of Benin. Cameroon had clean sheet and unbeaten but lost to Nigeria, Egypt won all their group phase matches but conceded a goal to South Africa and now eliminated from the competition. More surprises coming. Nigeria/Cameroon Reignites Goal RainThe five-thriller in Nigeria’s win over Cameroon is still the talking point here in Egypt as most pundit see the goal spread of the match the most entertaining of the matches played so far. Although the match still produce some marginal error from both sides, how do we cope wit teams like Burundi and Guinea Bissau that did not score any goal before their elimination? Kanu’s Last Laugh as Lions CrashBoth Nwankwo Kanu and Samuel Etoo Fils have something in common for their respective countries in their active days. The two are former winner of African Footballer of the Year award. Both played for big clubs in Europe and it was not a surprise that they were ambassadors of CAF here in Egypt and were seated side by side during last Saturday’s game in Alexandria. When Cameroon took the lead in the late minute of first half, it was Eto that celebrated the most. Kanu took charge when Alex Iwobi connected perfectly the pass from captain Ahmed Musa. The maxim “He who laughs last, lasts the best” spoke volume as Kanu danced away with the joy of Nigeria eliminating the cup holders.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram Super Eagles Head Coach Gernot Rohr (in the middle) passing instructions to his wards ahead of tomorrow’s clash with Cameroon Eagles Story of Loaded PocketsNow, the lads from Nigeria are getting richer by the day! The issue of Service/Sacrifice surfaced again after the win over Cameroon on Saturday night. In all, the players will collect $37,500 each for the quarter-final berth. The MD of AITEO gave the team $25,000 for each goal scored. Lagos State government promised $5,000 each plus the official $12,500 each player will collect from NFF for the massive win. It will be good for the players to save for the raining day(s). “They do not need to wait for the nation to bail any of them out when challenged financially in their retirement days,” a football stakeholder here for the tournament said to the hearing of THISDAY reporter on Saturday night.last_img read more