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16Mar/140

CAMCO Technologies and Tideworks Technology Bring Terminal Gate Procedures to a Higher Level

(PRWEB) January 23, 2005

Tideworks Technology is the leading provider of full-service terminal management and planning software solutions for terminal operators, and CAMCO Technologies is the expert company providing innovative, market-leading Automatic Gate solutions for marine and railway terminals worldwide.

The combination of Tideworks’ GateVison™ solution with the innovative SuperGate OCR solution of Camco proved to be a very powerful offer providing a flexible, modular gate system that helps terminal operators accelerate gate activity, minimize truck processing time, and maximize user productivity.

The first results of this close collaboration are now visible with the successful implementation of this integrated solution at Pier A and Pacific Container Terminal (PCT) in Long Beach. In 2005 additional implementation projects are scheduled in Oakland and Seattle.

GateVison and SuperGate: a powerful combination

A combination of software and hardware components, GateVision effectively integrates into one user interface three key components of the gate transaction: voice communication between the trucker and the marine clerk; digital video information; and Mainsail, the Terminal Operating System (TOS). GateVision users are able to effortlessly collect truck, container, chassis and associated equipment data from the Camco SuperGate camera systems. This allows terminal operators to move marine clerks from the sometime hazardous and noisy gate lanes and place them in a safer and more comfortable office environment (often referred to as a "kitchen").

The digital cameras that are used are specifically designed and developed by Camco to capture high resolution images of containers, chassis and tractor licenses. Camco uses two different types of cameras:


Line scan cameras for scanning at high speed and resolution

the surface of the vehicle and container(s)

Area Scan camera for taking images of the front and rear of vehicles and container(s)

The captured images are used to record the exact condition of containers when entering or leaving the terminal; and to process the OCR recognition of container/ chassis codes and license plate numbers.

Every camera unit comprises not only the digital camera sensor but also an embedded computer that executes all the CPU intensive tasks (taking the image, compressing it into JPEG format, and OCR processing) making the need to install Windows-based PC’s close to the cameras obsolete and increasing the overall reliability. The OCR engines run on separate processors that communicate temporary results between each other. By using this parallel processing Camco can process the OCR of container/ chassis codes and license plates at an unparalleled speed, enabling extremely rapid truck throughput( approx. 35 Mph), and even allowing a continuous traffic flow of trucks during peak times. Trucks can drive through the OCR portals almost bumper to bumper.

Besides the speed, the OCR recognition that Camco supports is also extremely accurate, because it has a very good control over several parameters:

Quality of images. The sharper the images of the codes, the better the OCR will be. This is also one of the reasons why Camco decided to develop its own digital cameras: they need to be capable of capturing high resolution images of moving vehicles with variable speeds and in all different weather conditions (sun, rain, fog…)

Excellent speed measurement system to trigger the cameras at the exact moment

Quantity of reading spots. It is only by combining as many reading spots as possible (the container code can normally be found at 6 different locations on a container) that OCR recognition rates above 90% can effectively be reached.

It is this combination of different parameters plus the straightforward and simple design that makes the SuperGate OCR solution of Camco so powerful and accurate.

Pier A and PCT: increased gate operation capacity

In a joint effort Tideworks and Camco were able to deploy consecutively 4 (Pier A) and 7 (PCT) SuperGate OCR portals and integrate the captured data and images with GateVision and Mainsail in a very short timeframe, and with minimal interruption to the day-to-day terminal operations.

The OCR system as developed and deployed by the Tideworks-Camco partnership is proving to be the fastest in the market, with the ability to process over 500 trucks per hour, per OCR portal. The OCR system is also extremely accurate, with accuracy in excess of 98 percent and 95 percent for container number and chassis number, respectively.

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17Feb/140

Fujitsu Joins-Up with TVonics to Bring First of Its Kind All-European Digital Terrestrial Set Top Box to Market

Frankfurt, Germany, and Pencoed, Wales, UK, (PRWEB) August 25, 2005

Fujitsu Microelectronics Europe (FME) has been working closely with UK digital set top box (STB) manufacturer, TVonics Limited, who is commencing mass production of its stylish, digital terrestrial set top box for the UK and European markets. This unique, European designed STB uses key components that have been either designed or manufactured within Europe. The TVonics designed product, which delivers fast, responsive performance at an affordable price, will be on sale from the end of September 2005.

This new STB, manufactured in the UK by Sony for TVonics, is initially being rolled-out to serve the high-growth UK digital terrestrial market for Freeview services. Offering a distinctive styling and form factor, it offers end consumers a refreshing alternative to the traditional silver or grey rectangular boxes currently on sale.

Designed to minimise ecological impact through the use of lead-free components, a recyclable aluminium enclosure, and low power consumption, it will conform to the Reduction of Hazardous Substances (RoHS) EU mandate for products sold from January 2006 onwards. It is expected to be in high demand by British consumers, eager to enjoy the popular range of digital television programmes available on Freeview.

TVonics selected FME’s ‘SmartMPEG’ MB86H25B decoder for use in the new STB, due to its low power consumption & system cost, which was made possible through its optimised silicon integration design techniques. The chip was designed at FME’s Multimedia Development Centre in Frankfurt, Germany, and requires just one SDRAM and a Flash memory, consuming less than 700mW in full operation.

This 3rd Generation SmartMPEG device has enjoyed excellent success around the world, with over 10 million unit deployments. The design win at TVonics spearheads its expansion into the buoyant European digital terrestrial television market.

FME’s SmartMPEG family allows many different applications to be executed - in this case an optimised DVB-T Adapter with interactivity - but it is also suited to automotive applications; Personal Video Recorder, Dual/Twin Receiver, Portable and semi-professional applications; as well as satellite receivers, when used in combination with Fujitsu's QPSK Silicon Tuner.

The two companies were able to combine their experience in order to reduce the STB product development time to just 6 months. This was partly due to the application software being based on the Cabot Aurora DVB Middleware reference port, carried out last year between FME & Cabot Communications.

Production of the circuit board, product assembly, test and packing is being carried out by Sony Manufacturing, Pencoed Technology Park, UK - a natural choice for TVonics which is based on-site within the Technium Digital@Sony, technology incubation centre, established by Sony and the Welsh Development Agency in 2004.

Paul Fellows, CEO of TVonics said, “The silicon chip technology and technical support provided by Fujitsu, together with the software technology of Cabot, has enabled TVonics to enter the market quickly with a product delivering superior performance at a very competitive price. This development has been an excellent example of how three European based design groups can work together to deliver class leading products to market quickly”.

He continued, “The excellent co-operation from Fujitsu has led to very close links being forged between the two companies resulting in the perfect design mix. The new box will be announced and featured on our Stand 215, Hall 5 at IBC 2005 in Amsterdam from 9th-13th September”.

Johannes Richter, Multimedia Business Unit Director at FME, added, “The experience and professionalism from TVonics perfectly matched our own when it came to the design of an elegant, unique product to bring to market in the UK and Europe. We are extremely happy to have been part of this design and look forward to a long relationship with TVonics”.

He added, “We were able to achieve this fastest turnaround time from design start to production start in just 6 months including Cabot’s Pan-European Aurora DVB middleware stack with MHEG-5 functionality, because of the skilled engineers at TVonics designing a right-first-time solution, and the availability of Middleware from Cabot”.

Darren Standing, Business Development Manager at Cabot Communications commented, “Since being selected by TVonics in February 2005 to support its development programme, we have worked closely with engineers at FME and TVonics to deliver for the first time, an Aurora DVB-T Middleware market deployment running on FME's SmartMPEG technology. TVonics has used the performance and flexibility of Aurora to rapidly integrate its own innovatively styled user interface, system software and device drivers to deliver a market leading DVB-T solution in record time”.

There are up to 80 million TVs and VCRs in the UK, and the British government wants all receiving equipment to be able to handle digital signals by 2012, when analogue broadcasting will be switched off. Throughout Europe, an estimated 600 million units will need to be converted or replaced with digitally-enabled equipment in the next 10 years.

Figures above are based on typical usage of 2.5 TVs or VCRs in all registered TV households.

All product names and proper names mentioned herein are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective companies.

About Fujitsu Microelectronics Europe

Fujitsu Microelectronics Europe (FME) is a major supplier of semiconductor and display products. The company provides advanced systems solutions to the automotive, digital TV, mobile telephony, networking and industrial markets. Engineers from design centres dedicated to microcontrollers, mixed-signal, wireless, FRAM, multimedia ICs and ASIC products work closely with FME's marketing and sales teams throughout Europe to help satisfy customers' system development requirements.

This solutions approach is supported by a broad range of advanced semiconductor devices, IP and building blocks as well as leading-edge Plasma Display Panels. For more information visit Fujitsu Microelectronics Europe's website at http://emea.fujitsu.com/microelectronics

About TVonics

Based in South Wales, UK, TVonics Ltd. designs state-of-the-art digital set top boxes and flat screen digital televisions for the European market. Managed and staffed by a team of industry professionals, with extensive product design experience gained previously at leaders in consumer electronics, broadcasters and semiconductors, TVonics delivers production line ready, digital television solutions.

TVonics specialises in the design of innovative digital set top boxes which viewers find very easy to connect and operate. It also designs modular components for integration into digital televisions. The company additionally provides consultancy services to television, monitor and personal computer manufacturers seeking to enter the digital TV market. Services include product concept and design, out-sourced manufacturing, product compliance, testing, marketing and training.

About Cabot Communications

Cabot Communications is a leading independent European supplier of digital TV software for set top boxes and integrated TVs. Cabot’s TV middleware stack enables manufacturers to build and support cost-effective and differentiated receivers for pan-European coverage of digital TV and interactive broadcasts. With nearly three million deployments, Cabot delivers a complete modular digital TV software solution for a wide range of CPU architectures. Combined with Cabot’s specialised digital TV services including integration, design consultancy and field support, Cabot enables OEMs to get compelling products to market quickly. Cabot’s technology is robust and deployed with over 20 major manufacturers. Cabot Communications will be exhibiting at this years IBC show in Amsterdam and can be found at stand number 1.130. For more information, visit http://www.cabot.co.uk.

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12Feb/140

Can Entertainment Bring Families Together in a Time of Austerity

UK (PRWEB UK) 16 December 2013

Christmas and Birthday celebrations are often conceived as a social imperative, a time for families to enjoy each other’s company, be playful, and have ‘quality time’ together. It is often said that ‘you discover more about a person in a hour of play than in a year of conversation.’ But are emotional and financial pressures overshadowing the elements of frivolity and play?

And so too now, it seems, the simple evening out. Take an evening of ten-pin bowling for instance; an average £10 per head. Likewise the cinema; a family of five can pay about £40, include drinks or snacks it could easily reach £60 or more. West End theatre tickets have always been premium, but even local venues are becoming too expensive for families. A nice meal accompanying a lovely day out (that doesn’t involve chicken nuggets) is now often denied.

So how does a family spend their time together in the current financial climate?

Perhaps, staying in is the new going out. Families curled up enjoying a film on TV, Netflix, or DVD, or perhaps playing computer games. However, with this entertainment the level of interaction between family members is reduced. Board games have the added bonus of possibly educating as well as entertaining but these are not suitable for all ages, and many competitive games can lead to friction, especially between siblings. Nonetheless play, of different kinds, to a family can have much worth.

In his paper 'The Importance of Play', Dr David Whitebread, (University of Cambridge) - play can be divided into five broad types:

“Physical play, play with objects, symbolic play, pretence/ socio-dramatic play and games with rules. Although each type of play has a main developmental function or focus, arguably all of them support aspects of physical, intellectual and social-emotional growth. From all the available evidence, a balance of experience of each of these types of play is likely to be beneficial to children’s development.”

Claire Hainstock, founder of a new business: Acting the Party, recognised that play, light-hearted teasing, banter and the ability to laugh can be affirming and a wonderful way to bring a family together, and created a product that provides alternative entertainment for families and children’s birthday parties.

Acting the Party produces audio fantasy stories for children to role-play and perform along to. “Think ‘Peter and the Wolf’ or a radio drama, with gentle prompts for actions,” says Claire.

“I wanted parents to manage their children’s party entertainment at home, keeping the costs down, but then went on to produce entertainment for the whole family to join in. ”

The family game, entitled “The Infamous Gathering” is narrated by Graham Seed, better known as Nigel Pargetter in The Archers on BBC Radio 4.

‘The Infamous Gathering’ was written with the basic Cinderella theme in mind.

“I wanted to write something that could entertain young and old alike and I realised that Pantomimes tend to be enjoyed by all ages, keeping the subtle cynical overtone that pantomimes do so well - jokes over the heads of children - whilst keeping adults entertained. And from my own family’s experience, Christmas time is we tend to play games.”

As well as the audio, “The Infamous Gathering” contains themed games, riddles, singing, dancing and a treasure hunt for the whole family to participate. Complementing the narration are sound effects and music all on a small, re-usable USB memory stick.

So you can enjoy being playfully interactive whilst at the same time helping your family’s development too. Not bad for less than half the price of one West End theatre ticket.

“The Infamous Gathering” and other titles can currently be purchased at http://www.actingtheparty.co.uk Follow Claire on Twitter @actingtheparty







11Feb/140

McCann Investigations Computer Forensics Investigators Bring Expert Witness Testimony to San Antonio Clients


San Antonio, TX (PRWEB) December 12, 2013

McCann Investigations, a digital security and private investigations firm based in Texas, recently announced that it now offers the expertise of its professional digital security analysts for expert testimony in San Antonio court cases.

McCann provides a wide variety of digital forensics services, including traditional surveillance and computer security. All of the specialists at the agency must undergo rigorous training and have gained extensive field experience, which makes them perfect witnesses in court cases that require experts to clearly explain the significance of digital evidence found in investigations.

"We are always happy to be of use to the Texas court system," said Daniel Weiss, Managing Partner at McCann Investigations. "All of our investigators are capable of giving clear, knowledgeable testimony that makes it easier for judges and juries to understand exactly why evidence being presented to them is significant."

Computer forensics examinations typically involve analysts poring over files found on computers, laptops, flash drives, external hard drives, mobile devices and servers. These analysts extract any evidence that they find, and then use that evidence to track down the perpetrator of that crime and determine how they managed to accomplish their crime.

Because jury members and judges typically do not have expertise in digital security, the testimony services provided by McCann's San Antonio digital security specialists are extremely important to the process of any case. The evidence that they provide could sway the verdicts given by the court.

"We have great confidence in the ability of our digital security analysts to clearly articulate the significance of any evidence that they find," said Weiss. "The years of experience and the amount of training that these men and women have undergone is a major asset to court proceedings."

For more information about the services provided by McCann Investigations in the San Antonio area, visit the company’s website at http://www.mccanninvestigations.com and follow the company on Twitter at @mccangi.

About McCann Investigations

McCann Investigations is a Texas-based private investigations practice focused on comprehensive investigations incorporating digital forensics, surveillance, undercover work and background checks for clients in various case types. Service areas include intellectual property theft, non-compete enforcement, fraud, embezzlement and family law. McCann Investigators are experts in the latest computer forensics tools and are licensed with the state of Texas. McCann examiners have provided expert testimony and reporting in hundreds of cases across the state.







17Jan/140

Netpremacy and Google bring Going Google event to Reading


Reading (PRWEB UK) 20 November 2013

AppsCare and Google are taking their 'Going Google' roadshow to The Madejski Stadium, Reading. The event, which will take place on Thursday 20th March, will give senior business and IT executives the opportunity to hear from Google executives as they share their insights and strategy for business and the future of work.

Attendees will also hear from Google accredited engineers and change management specialists who will provide a strong insight into the transformational value of Google Apps, as well as the options pre, during and post deployment.

The complementary half day event will run from 1pm until 5.30pm and will include customer stories from those who achieved success with Google Enterprise.

This event will be of interest to those working in both the public and private sector.

Event details

Venue: The Royal Berkshire Conference Centre, Reading, West Berkshire, RG2 0FL

Date: Thursday 13th February 2014

Time: 1pm - 5.30pm

Early registration is advised as places are limited. To register, please click here.

The following roadshow venues and dates have also been confirmed:


Google HQ, London: 30th January 2014 Register
Royal Armouries Museum, Leeds: 13th February 2014 Register
Our Dynamic Earth, Edinburgh: 27th March 2014 Register

About Google Apps

Google Apps is a cloud-based productivity suite consisting of Gmail, Calendar, Hangouts, Vault, Docs, Drive, Sites and more. With dozens of critical security features designed to keep data safe, secure and in control of the organisation, Google Apps helps individuals connect and get work done from anywhere on any device.

About AppsCare

Netpremacy Global Services, global provider of cloud solutions and global managed networks launched its AppsCare® brand in March 2011 to provide a dedicated, specialist team of engineers and change management experts to manage and support the growing number of Google Apps customers. AppsCare was one of the first globally to be recognised as a Google Enterprise Premier Partner; a top tier partner level reserved for only the foremost experts in Google Enterprise solutions, partners that consistently demonstrate unparalleled levels of technical expertise and customer success. With more than 2500 customers in 30 countries AppsCare are passionate about helping its customers innovate, reduce the cost and complexity of IT operations and safely migrate from on-premise to Google Apps.







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7Jan/140

Aleyant Systems to Bring Flexible Web-to-Print Solutions to SGIA Expo

Wheaton, Illinois (PRWEB) October 21, 2013

Aleyant Systems, an innovative leader in providing robust, web-to-print software solutions to the graphic communications industry at value-driven prices, today announced that it will be exhibiting at the SGIA Expo, the best venue for sign and display graphics operations to experience new and innovative solutions. Aleyant will be located in Booth #667 at the show, which is scheduled for October 23-25 in Orlando, Florida.

“We were at last year’s SGIA Expo as an attendee and appreciated the level of energy, innovation and enthusiasm that this show embodies,” said Greg Salzman, President of Aleyant Systems. “Since that time, we have made significant updates to both our eDocBuilder online designer software and our Pressero web-to-print e-commerce storefront system to accommodate the needs of the wide format market. We believe the time is now for sign and display graphics operations to ensure that they have an effective, customer-facing web presence and as much automation in their workflow as is practical, and we will be delighted to demonstrate to show attendees what we can offer in that regard.”

Aleyant's eDocBuilder and Pressero software were recipients of the prestigious Printing Industries of America 2013 InterTech™ Technology award in consideration of their openness and ease of integration with third-party systems.

Pressero from Aleyant Systems is an affordable and easy-to-use cloud-based B2B and B2C online storefront solution that can quickly and easily be customized to individual client needs. Because it is delivered as Software as a Service (SaaS), it has a pay-as-you-go model that involves limited up-front costs.

Pressero includes eDocBuilder, a web-based variable data publishing and online design solution. eDocBuilder is built specifically to easily integrate into web-to-print e-commerce systems, accounting, and MIS solutions. eDocBuilder runs on tablets, laptops and desktops. Aleyant has engaged with a growing number of partners who have incorporated eDocBuilder and/or the Pressero web-to-print storefront system into their solutions.

ErgoSoft integration with Aleyant solutions will also be shown in ErgoSoft Booth #3214. Aleyant partners such as ErgoSoft have taken advantage of Aleyant's Pressero Automated Workflow Integrator to easily integrate their solutions with eDocBuilder and Pressero and to add automation that takes touches out of the order-entry-to-production workflow. With this integration, an order submitted through Pressero can be automatically dropped into an ErgoSoft workflow. CRC Information Systems (Booth #2213) and EPMS (Booth #767) are other Aleyant partners exhibiting at the show.

“As we have been working to enhance our web-to-print solutions for the wide format market and have begun installing systems in these businesses,” added Salzman, “we have found a great need in the industry for this type of automated job submission and workflow integration.”

Some of the added-value capabilities for wide-format in eDocBuilder include:

More configurability for image resolution checking in consideration of often lower image resolutions in sign and display graphics files
Ability to handle larger image and font sizes required for production of signs and display graphics

In Pressero, instant pricing can support surface area calculations and automatically generate price estimates by the square foot or other measurements producers may wish to use.

Pressero’s pricing engine allows users to input specific measurements for these automated price calculations.

For more information about Aleyant offerings, please visit http://www.Aleyant.com or call +1.630.929.0104. Our blog can be found at blog.pressero.com.

About Aleyant Systems

Founded in 2005, Aleyant Systems is an innovative leader in providing robust web-to-print software solutions to the graphic communications industry at value-driven prices. Their expertise lies in developing highly functional and flexible applications using the most current web development technologies available, including workflow aimed at lights-out automation. Their flagship web-to-print software, Pressero, is a highly customizable retail and business-to-business storefront interface and has launched many of their clients into the exciting world of Internet-based print sales. Aleyant also offers their web-based online design and variable data publishing (VDP) system, eDocBuilder, as a separate product, and it is now integrated into multiple MIS and Web-to-Print systems.







26Aug/130

GPS Platform Provider and GPS Device Maker Both Bring New Advances to Brazil

Naples, FL (PRWEB) May 09, 2013

Industry-leading hosted and enterprise GPS tracking platform solutions provider Position Logic and world-class GPS tracking device manufacturer ATrack have teamed up to bring their latest product innovations to Exposec XVI International Security Fair, which takes place May 14-16 in Sao Paulo, Brazil.

ATrack has recently announced the launch of its AX7 GPS tracking device, an OBDII Plug-and-Play device that is one of the first in the world to incorporate 3G, CDMA-2000, Bluetooth, and a variety of other networking technologies into one device, making it an ideal choice for fleet management, car rental, teen tracking, and other GPS-based businesses no matter where in the world they are operating.

To complement the AX7 and other GPS tracking devices, Position Logics GPS tracking platform can be provided as either a hosted or an enterprise solution to power GPS tracking businesses operating anywhere in the world. With a focus on customer service and satisfaction, Position Logic works constantly to add platform enhancements that will better their customers businesses and their latest update, a wizard-driven, customizable graphical report creator, has already brought unequaled power and efficiency to end users, according to Position Logic CEO Felix Lluberes.

Were always looking for ways to help our customers grow their businesses, said Lluberes, which makes the combined efficiencies of Position Logic and ATrack a powerful combination. I invite anyone interested in GPS tracking to investigate for themselves the difference we can make to their business.

The Position Logic / ATrack teams will be at Exposec XVI International Security Fair Booth 631. All are invited to stop by.

About Position Logic

Position Logic, LLC, an Inc. 500 company, is a leading B2B location-based services provider with offices in the United States and the Dominican Republic and clients in over 50 countries across the continents of North America, South America, Europe, and Africa and in the Middle East region.

For more information about Position Logic, please contact our Sales Team by phone at 866-676-2372 (Toll-Free) or 239-465-0587 (US/International), or email at sales(at)positionlogic(dot)com. You can also visit the Position Logic website at http://www.positionlogic.com or request a demo of the GPS tracking platform.

About ATrack

ATrack specializes in telematics hardware design and manufacturing. They are recognized as the most advanced company in Asias AVL industry, collaborating with Intels Intelligent Automotive division and being certified by Garmin as a Global Authorized Partner. With an R&D team with many years of experience, ATrack powers its partners with a wide range of advanced, reliable devices. For more information on ATrack, please contact Christine Weng via email at christine(at)atrack(dot)com(dot)tw or by phone at +886-2-2797-5852 # 283.







12Aug/130

Miami VA and GetWellNetwork Partner to Bring Interactive Tools to Veterans Bedsides


Miami, FL (PRWEB) June 27, 2013

The Miami VA Healthcare System is proud to partner with GetWellNetwork to be the first VA medical center in Florida to bring education, patient monitoring and entertainment tools to the bedside of Veterans receiving inpatient care in South Florida.

Beginning June 25, inpatients at the Bruce W. Carter VA Medical Center in Miami have touchscreen access to television, movies, patient education and the Internet at more than 230 monitors installed in all inpatient rooms. The network at the Miami VA also includes adaptive equipment allowing paralyzed patients interact with the system.

We are proud to be the first VA in Florida to be using this system, said Paul Russo, director of the Miami VA Healthcare System. VA has always been very forward thinking in using technology to better serve our Veterans, but this system brings everything all into one place in a very easy to use way.

The $ 2.4 million project will also connect to the patient monitoring system allowing for pain management, ordering meals, communication with medical staff and medical education sessions based upon each individual patients need.

"As part of the VAs commitment to patient and family-centered care, Miami VA Healthcare System is transforming the way health care is delivered for Veterans in South Florida," said Michael O'Neil, founder and CEO of GetWellNetwork. "We are both excited and humbled to partner with the Miami VA Healthcare System in their efforts to advance patient-centered care for our Veterans and their families. Our work together will help Veterans engage actively in their health journey, along with their families and the staff who serve them."

About the Miami VA Healthcare System

The Miami VA Healthcare System serves nearly 60,000 Veterans in South Florida, including more than 6,000 inpatients in fiscal year 2012. As part of the largest healthcare system in the United States, the Miami VA Healthcare System is a comprehensive healthcare provider that includes primary care, surgical care, and an entire suite of specialty services and mental health care for Veterans of all eras.

For more information about enrolling for VA Healthcare, visit http://www.miami.va.gov.

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4Nov/120

Flypaper Studio Partners with JBtec Digital Signage to Bring Flash Content Creation Software to South America


Cincinnati, OH (PRWEB) August 14, 2012

Flypaper Studio, Inc. partners with JBtec Digital Signage to add Flypaper software to the digital signage tools and solutions provided by JBtec. With this new partnership, JBtec becomes the first South American organization to offer Flypaper, the powerful and easy-to-use platform that enables users to create Flash and motion graphics for digital signage.

The Flypaper platform is specifically designed to simplify and accelerate content creation for all types of digital signage, at a fraction of the time and cost, said Bruno Gianzanti, Founder and CEO of JBtec. Our customers will benefit from the robust capabilities of Flypaper to quickly and easily create high-quality digital signage.

Flypaper empowers users to generate unique Flash content and motion graphics with no special programming skills needed. Users can choose from hundreds of pre-existing templates and Flash animation components to build high-quality digital signage content quickly, or create their own from scratch.

This partnership provides customers with a powerful and flexible tool to create impactful and effective content for their digital signage programs, said Don Pierson, Founder and President of Flypaper Studio, Inc. Users in Brazil and beyond can now harness the power of Flypaper for digital signage success.

By offering Flypaper, JBtec connects South American customers to a powerful and well-rounded content creation software for digital signage programs. JBtec is a distributor and specialized integrator in digital signage solutions designing, deploying and managing digital signage networks in Brazil and internationally since 2000.

For more information about Flypaper, please visit: http://www.Flypaper.com

About Flypaper Studio, Inc. and Trivantis Corporation

Flypaper Studio, Inc. is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Trivantis Corporation. Flypaper produces the leading content creation platform that empowers programmers and non-programmers alike to create, edit, share, track and reuse high-impact interactive and motion graphics video content. The Flypaper platform allows anyone to edit and manipulate components without touching programming code. Trivantis also produces Lectora

25Oct/120

FurnitureInFashion Announces to bring families together with launch of their New Dining Table Set Louis


(PRWEB UK) 27 September 2012

FurnitureInFashion has announced to bring families together and provide them with luxury dining experience with launch of their new dining table set Louis. The company already has very extensive and unique dining room furniture with absolutely fantastic dining table sets comprising of 4, 6 and 8 chairs usually made of leather with retro style. The Louis range of dining table set is another great addition to the dining room furniture range made of 100% oak. Mr. Asad, the owner and Managing Director of FurnitureInFashion on the launch of Louis range said, FurnitureInFashion is adamant to become the leading supplier of oak furniture especially for dining room. The Louis dining table is a perfect addition to oak range and provides a long lasting dining solution to any home. This range will allow our customers to blend their modern or traditional existing d

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