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US Navy’s Enterprise Air Surveillance Radar Passes First System-Level Tests

first_imgRaytheon along with the US Navy, has completed the first system-level tests of its SPY-6(V)2, the Enterprise Air Surveillance Radar (EASR), at the Surface Combat System Center at Wallops Island, VA. In the first test the radar searched for, detected, identified and tracked numerous targets – including a commercial aircraft. In a second exercise, the maturity of EASR integration enabled the radar to track multiple targets continuously for several hours during a test event involving another system.EASR is the newest sensor in the Navy’s SPY-6 family of radars. It provides simultaneous anti-air and anti-surface warfare, electronic protection and air traffic control for aircraft carriers and amphibious warfare ships. And according to U.S. Navy Captain Jason Hall, the Program Manager for Above Water Sensors, moving quickly from radar installations at Wallops Island to ‘tracks on glass’ in less than three months is a major accomplishment. He feels the program is progressing extremely well and they are now one step closer to production and delivering the radar’s unmatched capability to the surface fleet.There are two variants of EASR being built: a single-face rotating array designated AN/SPY-6(V)2 for amphibious assault ships and Nimitz class carriers, and a three fixed-face array designated AN/SPY-6(V)3 for Ford class aircraft carriers and the future FFG(X) guided missile frigates. Both versions are built on scalable Radar Modular Assembly (RMA) technology as well as a software baseline that has been matured through development and test successes of AN/SPY-6(V)1, the U.S. Navy’s program of record for the DDG 51 Flight III destroyers. Each RMA is a self-contained radar in a 2′ x 2′ x 2′ box. These individual radars can integrate together to form arrays of various sizes to address any mission on any ship.  EASR also adds air traffic control and weather capabilities to the mature SPY-6 software baseline.Upon completion of system-level testing in Q4 2019, EASR will shift from the engineering and manufacturing development phase to the production phase. The 1st delivery of AN/SPY-6(V)2 will be to LHA-8, the America Class Amphibious Assault Ship.last_img read more

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Digimoto BMW R1200R Concept: Possible Future of Motorcycles?

first_imgDigimoto’s BMWR1200R Future Concept from Zanzotti, GRADEV. and Wunderlich. Presenting the Digimoto R1200R concept birthed by German designer Zanzotti, industrial design house GRAYDEV., and parts-maker Wunderlich. The future-inspired beast was on display at EICMA 2016 in Milan, Italy just last week.This mad and futuristic concept started out as a brand new BMW R1200R before it was taken apart and 3d scanned by these mad scientists. They stated that the bike was designed mainly with virtual reality and other futuristic techniques (as clearly seen below by the man wearing Oculus Rift goggles and other virtual reality gears) which resulted in this concept machine.The creators of Digimoto also explained that there are all sorts of sensors and even cameras on the bike that is relayed directly to the rider’s helmet shown below. This is their attempt to close the gap between man and machine to make it as seamless as possible or in their own words “drastic streamlining”.As you can see, the helmet that they’ve designed together with the bike looks like a very advanced and ultramodern version of a fencing helmet. One can actually see that it’s more appropriate to be used for Gundam or Macross pilots fitting for all their antagonists.Aluminium disc disc wheels, laser cut seat and makrolon poly-carbonate brake light look simple but jaw-dropping at the same time.What caught our attention the most was the choice of headlight, if you can call it that. It looks like the there’s a galaxy contained in the front end of the bike to illuminate the surroundings just for rider who is lucky enough to ride it.The boxer twin looks proper for the Digimoto concept. The design of the fuel tank is also very unique where there’s a significant gap between the tank and the frame. Perhaps the designers wanted to incorporate some act of the levitation into the concept as well.All we can say about this concept is that it’s a concept that we would love to have in our own garage in the distant future. What about you?To get a sense on how the bike was designed, you can visit www.thedigimoto.com.–Ads–last_img read more

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Monsters’ Hannikainen And Korpisalo Called Back To Columbus Blue Jackets

first_imgCLEVELAND – The AHL’s Cleveland Monsters announced Friday that goaltender Joonas Korpisalo was recalled by the NHL’s Columbus Blue Jackets and left wing Markus Hannikainen was added to Columbus’ roster on an emergency basis.The Monsters also announced that net-minder Anton Forsberg was assigned to Cleveland prior to the team’s Friday road game vs. the Charlotte Checkers.After two games in Charlotte tonight and Saturday, the team will return home for a battle with the Grand Rapids Griffins on Tuesday at 7 pm at Quicken Loans Arena.Follow NEOSI on Twitter @neosportsinside as well as, Eli Mooneyham @Eli_Mooneyham and myself @neosi_sprouse for all of you Cleveland Monsters news and updates. Co-editor, photographer covering the Cleveland Monsters, Gladiators and Indians. Also, passionate about high school sports, be sure to follow David on Twitter and Instagram @neosi_sprouse for in-game updates and up-to-the-minute developing news. Related TopicsAnton ForsbergCleveland MonstersColumbus Blue JacketsJoonas KorpisaloMarkus Hannikainencenter_img David Sprouselast_img read more

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Alaska Experts To Discuss Reducing E-Cigarette Use Among Minors

first_imgDr. Freda Lewis-Hall, Senior Medical Advisor at Pfizer: “So there’s a recent study that found that in 9th graders who used e-cigarettes, they were four times more likely to go on to use cigarettes, cigars, and hookahs. A study that came out earlier this year looked at whether or not the actual devices might cause the production of toxic substances. It was found that, yes, there were some. Now, we weren’t sure of how those devices delivering this vapor to the respiratory system would actually act, but some of these substances have been found to cause cancer risk under other circumstances.” FacebookTwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享Alaskans are invited to attend a live virtual discussion on Thursday, August 27 from 9:00 a.m. until 10:30 a.m. to address concerns regarding trends of the usage of e-cigarettes among the youth of Alaska. The event is titled “Reeling in Alaska’s Youth E-Cigarette Epidemic,” a live broadcast forum hosted by the American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network. The state’s Chief Medical Officer, Dr. Anne Zink, will be among the speakers. This web-based discussion is free and open to the public. Register at fightcancer.org/akpolicyforum. The U.S. Surgeon General has declared e-cigarette use among youth to be an epidemic. Nationwide, e-cigarette use has increased by 135% among high school students and 218% among middle school students since 2017. Youth e-cigarette use in Alaska is roughly three and a half times the rate of cigarette smoking, according to the 2019 Youth Behavioral Risk Survey. Tobacco-related health disparities also persist in Native populations with data showing that 16.1% of American Indian and Alaska Native middle schoolers and 40.4% of American Indian and Alaska Native high schoolers currently use e-cigarettes. This rate is much higher than the general population.last_img read more

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Warriors shine to slay Dragons

first_imgThe Warriors proved their strong season start was no fluke by ending St George Illawarra’s unbeaten run with an impressive 20-12 NRL win in Auckland. After a flat display in their first loss against the Broncos last week, the Warriors produced their most energetic and clinical performance of the season on a wet night at Mt Smart Stadium. The home side enjoyed a 10-0 halftime lead and sealed the result with a try to bench back-rower Isaiah Papali’i with two minutes remaining, after the Dragons fought back to within four points following a try to back-rower Tariq Sims in the 72nd minute. Coach Stephen Kearney praised his side’s attitude and spirit after they ran hard and defended like their lives depended on it to strangle the best attacking team in the competition. “Commitment and attitude, that’s what the guys had tonight,” Kearney said. “They were really committed to the process and putting pressure on the Dragons which we thought was going to work for us, and to do that you’ve got to have a real purpose about your job and they did that tonight. “There wasn’t anything technical that stood out but there was certainly a lot of spirit, commitment and energy.” Dragons coach Paul McGregor questioned the Warriors’ tendency to concede goal line penalties after five-eighth Blake Green was sent to the sinbin near the end of the first half following repeated infringements, but praised their defence while lamenting a handful of missed opportunities by his side. “They were just too good on the night,” McGregor said.last_img read more

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Vols seek to build on momentum with winning season

first_imgKNOXVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — The fact that Tennessee is still practicing at this time of year reflects the strides the Volunteers have made under coach Butch Jones.Their next step is to end a string of four straight losing seasons by beating Iowa (7-5) in the TaxSlayer Bowl on Jan. 2 in Jacksonville, Florida.Tennessee (6-6) must beat Iowa to avoid finishing below .500 for a fifth straight year, something that’s never happened in school history. Before last year, the Vols hadn’t had four straight losing seasons since 1903-06.”It’s very important,” senior defensive back Justin Coleman said. “Nobody likes losing. You get that seventh win, that’s something that hasn’t happened in a long time, or I could say in a couple of years. It’s something Tennessee really needs to get back on top.”Tennessee has reason to feel confident it can approach the top of the Southeastern Conference’s Eastern Division as soon as next year.Jones has upgraded the talent base by recruiting at a high level. The class he signed in February was rated among the five best in the nation by several services. The class he’s putting together for 2015 also is currently ranked in the top five.Coleman is one of only four seniors — five if you add punter Matt Darr — who started as many as six games this season. The Vols have played 23 true freshmen, the most of any Football Bowl Subdivision program.Jones also is quick to note Tennessee’s improvements off the field. Tennessee’s scholarship football players posted a 2.77 grade point average in the fall semester, which represented their highest mark since the school began tracking that on a sport-by-sport basis in 2003.”The hardest thing to build in a football program is the culture, the standard, the expectation,” Jones said. “The way you practice, the academics, all that. That is the hardest thing about building it. Now, the next step is maintaining it. But we have been through the hard process.”But the progress the Vols say they have made would become much more apparent if they were to finally end up on the right side of .500.Tennessee hasn’t won a bowl game since ending the 2007 season with a 21-17 Outback Bowl victory over Wisconsin. The Vols did reach a bowl game as recently as 2010, but a 30-27 overtime Music City Bowl setback against North Carolina dropped their record to 6-7 and began this string of losing seasons.”I’m excited to go to a bowl game, but I want to win,” freshman defensive end Derek Barnett said. “I don’t (just) want to play in it. I want to win the bowl game.”Tennessee wants to reward players for accomplishing the season-long goal of earning the bowl bid that had eluded the Vols the last three seasons while also making sure they’re focused on the task at hand. The Vols took a team-bonding trip to Gatlinburg last week and have talked repeatedly about what a victory would do for their momentum heading into 2015.They believe they’ve taken a giant step forward. A winning record would provide the best possible evidence.”They understand what is at stake,” Jones said. “They understand the magnitude. If you are a competitor, this is what you work for, to play in games like this.”last_img read more

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Lampard praises James after Chelsea defeat

first_imgFrank Lampard praised Reece James for his performance in Chelsea’s Champions League defeat against Bayern Munich.The young right-back had his work cut out against a top-class Bayern side, which won 4-1 on the night and 7-1 on aggregate.AdChoices广告Blues boss Lampard admitted his team were well beaten – and were punished for some poor defending. See also:Chelsea’s defeat in Munich – as it happenedChelsea well beaten by classy BayernWillian confirms departure after seven years at ChelseaChelsea in talks to offload Bakayoko to AC Milan But he declared that Chelsea “will be back” after a learning experience against Bayern and an eventful first season with him at the helm.And he added: “We had young players, debut seasons, Reece James going toe-to-toe with top players with an incredible individual performance.”last_img read more

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Vanderbilt vs. Mississippi St.

first_imgMississippi State defensive back Brandon Davis (32) grabs Vanderbilt Commodores quarterback Johnny McCrary (2) and takes him down for a sack.last_img

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UG into final of Cyril Bonar T20 competition

first_imgThe University of Guyana (UG) Cricket team will play in the finals of the Cyril Bonar T20 competition currently being played in Paramaribo, Suriname after they rebounded from an opening-round defeat.   UG’s opening campaign saw them going down to Suriname Spartans, who they will play in the finals, by three wickets in a ten-overs a side encounter.  UG after winning the toss, elected to bat and were dismissed for 65 with Ray Newton top scoring with 15 while Ramjan gabbed 3-5 for Spartans who reached 69 for seven to complete the win.  The students bounced back in their second match with a 17-run win over Lusignan. UG after winning the toss, mustered 96 – 4 from 10 overs with Ershaad Ali (33), Newton (31) and Omesh Danram (21) making robust contributions to the total.   They then limited Lusignan to 79 – 7 when their ten overs expired with Newton, Rawl Marell and Dennis Haywood snaring two wickets each.  The two teams met each other again in a playoff eliminator to play against Spartans in the finals under lights.  That encounter once again, went UG’s way after they managed a nine-wicket win over Lusignan who batted first and made 73-7 from their allotted ten overs. UG, in response reached 76 -1 on the back of cameos from Devon George (28), Ali (26) and Danram (20).   The final will be played under lights.last_img read more

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For the Anzacs

first_imgPAKENHAM Red Cross members attended the local dawn service and laid a wreath at the cenotaph on Anzac Day. The…[To read the rest of this story Subscribe or Login to the Gazette Access Pass] Thanks for reading the Pakenham Berwick Gazette. Subscribe or Login to read the rest of this content with the Gazette Digital Access Pass subscription.last_img

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