Method of spatial measurement using laser scanning
Dziś w Radiu Naukowym młoda, prężnie się rozwijająca dziedzina: interdyscyplinarna historia krajobrazu. W Polsce badacze zajmują się nią od mniej więcej 10 lat, łącząc przeróżne ciekawe techniki, o których opowiadają prof. Michał Słowiński, dyrektor Instytutu Geografii i Przestrzennego Zagospodarowania PAN, oraz dr Tomasz Związek z tego samego instytutu (choć jest historykiem, swoją obecność wśród geografów potrafi uzasadnić!).Historia krajobrazu potrafi zrekonstruować dawny świat, dowiedzieć się jak wpłynął na niego człowiek, gdzie dawniej istniały osady. Jak więc wyglądała na przykład Polska jakiś tysiąc lat temu? – W zasadzie gdybyśmy się przenieśli w czasie o 1000 lat, to znaleźlibyśmy się w takiej Białowieży plus – odpowiada dr Związek. Otaczałby nas gęsty las, dużo bardziej liściasty niż te, które znamy z dzisiaj, pełen martwego drewna, innych zwierząt (tury!), bogaty ekosystem, w którym człowiek musi poświęcić mnóstwo energii na przeżycie w małej luce. Potrafimy nawet powiedzieć, jak wyglądała Polska po przejściu lodowca – w okolicy Warszawy rosły wtedy takie rośliny jak teraz na północy Norwegii.Ta dziedzina daje też pewne możliwości na snucie wizji przyszłości: – Wystarczy zostawić Europę samej sobie na 100 lat i wróci ten las – obiecuje prof. Słowiński.Dziedzina wymaga współpracy naukowców z różnych dyscyplin i wielu metod. Badacze porównują np. dane pozyskane ze skanowania LIDAR (skanowanie laserowe z powietrza, pozwala bardzo dokładnie odwzorować teren, również taki porośnięty drzewami), z zachowanych dokumentów (np. kontrakty osadnicze, dokumenty o wycince lasów, o handlu drewnem), a także relikty onomastyczne (czyli pochodzące z dawnych czasów nazwy miejsc, miejscowości) i tzw. archiwa natury – próbki osadów pobrane w przyrodzie. Świetnie się do tego nadają jeziora: opadające na dno pyłki roślinne odkładają się co roku jak słoje w drewnie i konserwują w beztlenowym środowisku. Naukowiec może z nich wyczytać, kiedy w danej okolicy pojawili się ludzie (bo pojawiają się pyłki zbóż), kiedy się wyprowadzili (bo powraca przewaga pyłków leśnych) albo na przykład kiedy był w okolicy wielki pożar (bo ślady makrowęglowe). Posłuchacie też o Olendrach zmieniających retencję wody w Polsce, o tym, dlaczego stare mapy kłamią, do czego przydaje się bałtycki węglan wapnia, jak stare są ślady ludzkiej aktywności w Białowieży i jakie drzewa wyrosną jako pierwsze w miejscu opuszczonym przez ludzi.
Industrial Talk is chatting with Robbrecht van Amerogen with AMIS and Remco Bunder with Netherlands Rail about “The application of Digital Twin to the Dutch Rail System”. The following is a summary of our conversation: Using digital twin in the Netherlands for rail system improvement. 0:00 Palo Alto Networks provides comprehensive security solutions for all assets, networks, and remote operations. Scott MacKenzie discusses a webcast on using data to improve the rail system in the Netherlands, highlighting the importance of real-time data and the digital twin technology used to collect and analyze data. MacKenzie encourages listeners to amplify their voice and expand their network through Industrial Talk, a platform that helps organizations reach new markets globally. Digital transformation in industrial settings. 5:09 Robert discusses digital projects at Amazon Collision, including real-time data processing for industrial solutions. AMIS connects existing infrastructure data to a centralized platform for analysis and decision-making. Remco discusses Dutch Railways' digital transformation, starting with a small drone purchase and evolving into a larger IoT strategy. Creating a digital twin of a train station using drones and LiDAR technology. 10:51 Remco discusses creating a digital twin of a large train station in Holland using drones and software, with 2 million passengers passing through daily. Remco explains how they used drones and LiDAR technology to create a 3D model of an office building. Robbrecht defines digital twin as a physical model of a building or asset with actual location of assets and their data. Digital twin technology for railway station maintenance. 17:40 Station manager uses digital twin to monitor building systems and optimize operations. Station manager gained visibility into escalator/elevator issues, prioritized repairs to improve accessibility for passengers with disabilities. Complicated ownership and responsibility of assets in railway organization, with different companies and stakeholders involved. Digital twin technology in asset management. 23:41 MacKenzie and Remco discuss challenges in implementing digital twin technology, including resistance from maintenance personnel. Organization needs to work together to make innovative ideas a reliable and trustworthy productive system. Robbrecht: Real value of digital twin is better maintenance and faster response to disturbances. Optimizing rail station operations using data analytics. 30:33 Combining data from multiple assets can optimize energy use, reduce carbon footprint, and improve efficiency in a publicly-held company. Remco predicts more cases of passengers being stranded at platforms due to elevator and escalator issues, and seeks to add more sensors for safety and AI-powered solutions. Robbrecht suggests using sensors to detect and respond to crowd cheering or gunshots in train stations to help first responders locate emergencies more quickly. Scott...
durée : 00:04:45 - Avec sciences - par : Alexandra Delbot - Les arbres atténuent les extrêmes de température mais jusqu'à présent la caractérisation de ces microclimats des sous-bois restait limitée. Grâce au LIDAR, une nouvelle étude a scanné la forêt de Blois pour comprendre comment la structure de la végétation affecte les températures.
در این قسمت، با محمد رضا عاشوری همراه شدیم، فردی که در دنیای خودروهای خودران کار میکنه و حالا توی شرکت جگوار لندروور هست. از روزهای کار تو کارخانه سایپا تا روزهایی که داره توی انگلستان تکنولوژی رو جلو میبره، حرفهای زیادی برای گفتن داره. در مورد چالشها و جذابیتهای طراحی خودروهای خودران، نحوه کار این تکنولوژیهای جدید مثل رادار و سنسورها، و اینکه چطور این همه چیز داره صنعت خودرو رو عوض میکنه، با هم گپ زدیم. Today's episode features an insightful conversation with Mohammad Reza Ashouri, a prominent figure in the field of autonomous vehicle technology at JLR. With a rich background that spans from Iran's Saipa car factory to the innovative environments of the UK, Mohammad shares his deep understanding of autonomous driving, vehicle simulation, and software development. We delve into the complex world of vehicle design, the role of cutting-edge technologies like radar and Lidar, and the challenges of manufacturing advanced cars. Join us as we navigate the fascinating journey of automotive evolution, where tradition meets technology, and vision drives innovation.Mohammad Reza AshouriLinkedinhttps://www.linkedin.com/in/mohammad-reza-ashouri-6652454aTabaghe 16----------Castbox https://castbox.fm/channel/id3083907Spotify https://spoti.fi/2CiyRoHTwitter https://twitter.com/soh3ilInstagram https://www.instagram.com/tabaghe16/Everywhere else https://redl.ink/tabaghe16/links#پادکست #طبقه۱۶ Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
TP Huang is a computer scientist and analyst of global technology development. He posts often on X: https://twitter.com/tphuang.0:00 Introduction2:21 How TP Huang became interested in electric vehicles6:30 The perception and reality of Chinese products, future of Chinese auto market9:24 The impact of Tesla on the Chinese electric vehicle market14:41 Buying a car in China27:05 China dominates with electric vehicle batteries30:44 The challenges facing Tesla in China40:11 The evolution of smart cars, autonomous vehicles, and self driving50:48 LIDAR technology and autonomous driving59:08 BYD, China's energy independence, and power grid1:14:04 The downstream impact of China leading in tech and electric vehiclesMusic used with permission from Blade Runner Blues Livestream improvisation by State Azure.--Steve Hsu is Professor of Theoretical Physics and of Computational Mathematics, Science, and Engineering at Michigan State University. Previously, he was Senior Vice President for Research and Innovation at MSU and Director of the Institute of Theoretical Science at the University of Oregon. Hsu is a startup founder (Superfocus.ai, SafeWeb, Genomic Prediction, Othram) and advisor to venture capital and other investment firms. He was educated at Caltech and Berkeley, was a Harvard Junior Fellow, and has held faculty positions at Yale, the University of Oregon, and MSU.
Lidar from space? Impossible, right? NUVIEW came out of stealth mode earlier this year and their mission is to revolutionize the Earth observation industry by building the premier commercial satellite constellation dedicated to annually mapping the planet's entire land surface using lidar technology. NUVIEW's cutting-edge data will elevate worldwide capabilities, transforming human understanding of Earth and expanding the horizons of what is possible. Come listen to Clint Graumann, CEO of NUVIEW, talk about the future of space lidar, Mr. Spoc and Leonardo DiCaprio.
Update to the Final Ordering Dates from the Va Store 8 December except for WA which is the 1st of Dec to make sure you get your orders in by Christmas. Another Way to access the Va Library My Experience having more time with the daisy function in the Brailliant, especially accessing the Vision rare Australia Library. Obstacle Detecter App An interesting app using LIDAR for detecting distances from objects on the iPhone Pro or from front camera on other units. https://apps.apple.com/id/app/obstacle-detector-professional/id6461118479 My Most Interesting Device for 2023 I think it has to be the SensePlayer OCR ET. FM Radio, Smart Keyboard to my iPhone, web radio, podcasts, daisy books, stopwatch etc. OctoStudio A Block Based Programming App by Perkins School for the Blind Actually, pretty amazing and accessible to teach the concepts of coding. https://www.perkins.org/resource/announcing-octostudio-a-block-based-programming-app/ An Article on AppleVis — Why I cannot Recommend a Mac to Fellow Blind Mac Users Since this article got a lot of mostly negative comments, thought it would be good to put my ten cents worth on todays program. What is the old saying “don't throw the baby out with the bath water.” https://applevis.com/blog/we-deserve-better-apple-why-i-can-no-longer-recommend-mac-fellow-blind-computer-usersSupport this Vision Australia Radio program: https://www.visionaustralia.org/donate?src=radio&type=0&_ga=2.182040610.46191917.1644183916-1718358749.1627963141See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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We're joined by John Hayes, CEO and Cofounder of Ghost, a self-driving car startup using multimodal LLMs to solve the autonomous driving problem, that OpenAI just invested $5 million into. If you need an ERP platform, check out our sponsor NetSuite: http://netsuite.com/cognitive. SPONSORS: Shopify is the global commerce platform that helps you sell at every stage of your business. Shopify powers 10% of ALL eCommerce in the US. And Shopify's the global force behind Allbirds, Rothy's, and Brooklinen, and 1,000,000s of other entrepreneurs across 175 countries.From their all-in-one e-commerce platform, to their in-person POS system – wherever and whatever you're selling, Shopify's got you covered. With free Shopify Magic, sell more with less effort by whipping up captivating content that converts – from blog posts to product descriptions using AI. Sign up for $1/month trial period: https://shopify.com/cognitive With the onset of AI, it's time to upgrade to the next generation of the cloud: Oracle Cloud Infrastructure. OCI is a single platform for your infrastructure, database, application development, and AI needs. Train ML models on the cloud's highest performing NVIDIA GPU clusters. Do more and spend less like Uber, 8x8, and Databricks Mosaic, take a FREE test drive of OCI at oracle.com/cognitive NetSuite has 25 years of providing financial software for all your business needs. More than 36,000 businesses have already upgraded to NetSuite by Oracle, gaining visibility and control over their financials, inventory, HR, eCommerce, and more. If you're looking for an ERP platform ✅ head to NetSuite: http://netsuite.com/cognitive and download your own customized KPI checklist. Omneky is an omnichannel creative generation platform that lets you launch hundreds of thousands of ad iterations that actually work customized across all platforms, with a click of a button. Omneky combines generative AI and real-time advertising data. Mention "Cog Rev" for 10% off. X/SOCIAL: @labenz (Nathan) @ghosthayes (John) @GhostAutonomy @CogRev_Podcast TIMESTAMPS: 00:00:00) - Introduction to John Hayes and Ghost Autonomy's partnership with OpenAI (00:04:30) - The journey to founding Ghost, and how multimodal LLMs will change self-driving cars (00:05:03) - John's background founding Pure Storage and moving into autonomy (00:09:37) - Classic autonomy stack built off DARPA Urban Challenge (00:13:24) - Overview of different self-driving technology stacks (Lidar vs cameras) (00:14:03) - Sponsors: Shopify | Omneky (00:25:39) - Different approaches to how we know self-driving cars work well enough for public deployment (00:27:30) - Different gradations of autonomy in the self-driving industry (00:32:21) - Sponsors: Netsuite | Oracle (00:34:24) - Current state of robotaxis and China (00:37:39) - Uncanny valley in the robotaxi world (00:39:47) - Where Ghost fits into the autonomous driving landscape and their tech stack (00:50:51) - Affordable radar systems (00:51:54) - Ghost's approach to interpretability (00:53:27) - Using LLMs for driving (00:54:59) - Partnership with OpenAI and how Ghost's unique LLM solution to the self-driving problem (00:57:40) - GPS' unreliability which can be solved by multimodal approach (01:02:31) - Hallucination is the best part of LLMs (01:04:09) - Using maps as extended memory and storage for driving data (01:09:20) - Ghost business model and the user experience (01:13:30) - Talking to our software as the next wave of human-computer interaction (01:16:37) - OpenAI as currently the only provider of advanced multimodal models (01:18:52) - How society feels about self-driving cars (01:24:17) - How self-driving cars should address fear and standing up for the technology (01:29:30) - AI: China and the US, and why China is being pushed towards self-driving (01:31:39) - Regulators in the US are responsive to consumers (01:32:26) - VC subsidization of self-driving (01:33:25) - John's widest angle outlook on the AI revolution
How many new things can there possibly for your car? A ton. That's the word from Dr. Frank Viggiano on this week's segment of "What's New Dr. Frank?" He is talking to Rick Dayton about LiDAR, high-tech tires with built-in wear indicators, EV Charging stations for your house and a safety-minded electric vehicle. It's all here as part of this conversation with Dr. Frank on KDKA Radio.
The Chinese Communist Party sees technology innovation as the main battlefield of its industrial policy - and its ultimate weapon for achieving global dominance. The United States and the Biden Administration needs to confront the reality of what has been called China's “brute force economics” and abandon the possibility that competing on a level playing field with China's is possible. We have to face up to the fact that we are not simply in an economic competition with China. We're in a war. Joining the Bill Walton Show to explore this troubling reality is our returning guest: Robert D. Atkinson. Rob is the founder and president of the Information Technology and Innovation Foundation, one of the world's top think tanks for science and technology policy. China's tactics are not merely an assortment of cutthroat moves made by individual actors. Rather, they are features of Beijing's long-term strategy and are backed up by the full force of the country's party-state system, creating a challenge that Washington cannot afford to ignore. Beijing is intent on employing predatory and mercantilist practices to acquire leadership positions in virtually every emerging and advanced industry that matters. It's doing this through market access restrictions, massive industrial subsidies that fuel overcapacity, technology transfer requirements for market access, preferential financing and procurement contracts for domestic firms, intellectual property theft, cyber- and human-enabled espionage, coercion and bullying, forced labor and other poor labor conditions, and other market-distorting policies. They've already established dominance in industries including steel, solar panels, drones, shipbuilding, pharmaceutical ingredients, high-speed rail, and telecommunications equipment; and are making rapid progress in artificial intelligence (AI), aerospace, semiconductors, biotechnology, networking technologies, and electric vehicles and batteries, cloud computing, flat panel displays, advanced materials, autonomous systems, and LiDAR technology. Fortunately, as Rob explains, there are some straightforward and implementable actions the United States can take to push back against China's agenda. If you've been wondering about what the economic battle with China is all about, this conversation is a great place to understand its essentials.
Episódio do dia 06/11/2023, com o tema: Minha mãe está com Alzheimer e não estou sabendo lidar com o declínio dela. Apresentação: Kléber Lima e Kaká Rodrigues O quadro de Alzheimer é um tipo de demência neurodegenerativa. É uma doença irreversível, que atinge diretamente a memória e a capacidade comunicativa de seu portador. Em todas as suas fases, o cuidado atento e afetuoso da família e dos profissionais de apoio é imprescindível.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Muitos gurus da liderança falam como se só existissem duas opções pra você como líder: ser um banana ou ser um ditador sanguinário... Na vida real não é assim, né? Oie! Bom dia ! Liderar pessoas é uma responsabilidade enorme e exige líderes preparados e conectados com a vida real, mas muitos preferem viajar na maionese e nos contos que leem nos livros de negócios ou na conversa de um monte de guru que se espalha por aí. E como toda ficção que se preze, é preciso criar estórias com heróis e vilões, né? Mas na vida real não é assim... No mundo de verdade, o líder que precisa ficar vigiando o tempo inteiro seu funcionário insolente que só quer se dá bem é tão irracional e doente quanto o líder que vive em um mundo onde todos são puros, maduros, automotivados, alegres e saltitantes todos os dias... Esses dois líderes precisarão ser atendidos pelo mesmo médico e ficarão com frustrações e sentimentos de incompetência bem parecidos. E ouvirão pessoas dizerem que um é chefe e o outro é líder... Lidar com a realidade é entender que cada negócio tem uma demanda, cada pessoa é única e buscar soluções enlatadas mirando ideais de pessoas ou o pior delas é cilada! E das grandes! Nós somos todos únicos e complexos e é preciso ter isso em mente pra cuidar de gente. Quem não descer da nuvem ficará doente! Quem é gestor ou empresário e quer ir para outro nível precisa evoluir nesse sentido sempre, concorda? Esse é o tema da minha #ProvocaçãodoDia de hoje... Me conte o que acha disso tudo? Bora conversar? Abração procê! Simbora apimentar essa liderança! #liderança #leaderclasses #papodelíder #carreiras
Today's episode came out of a Permies.com thread on Carnivore Homesteading. The seed questions for the thread was, for those of us enjoying the benefits of a carnivore lifestyle, how can we produce more high-quality animal-based calories for our own consumption from well designed and integrated systems at the homestead scale. Basically, there are three main focal points that need attention here: First and foremost we need to maximize is the number of calories grown per unit area (per acre, per square foot, per roof, whatever space one has) if we are to be eating primarily animal products coming from our own properties. This means optimizing the landscape/whateverscape to the fullest extent possible to maximize our use of those freely available resources that go into growing and producing calories - namely water, light, and soil minerals. Second, we need to optimize the distribution of those calories throughout the year (this includes preserving seasonal oversupply/abundance for leaner times) such that high quality nutrition is available to whatever form of livestock we might be keeping or tending. Third - select and stack livestock species that are appropriately suited to the given unique context (i.e. ruminants where pasture forages are plentiful, fish/water fowl/invertebrates where water is plentiful etc). Generally, at least in my own limited experience, that when faced with a repetitive task or "problem" that has to be backfilled with my own labor/time/energy, I'm almost always missing an additional living system - i.e. the solution almost always seems to be to "add more life". With these focal areas in mind, we arrive at azolla - an incredibly productive free-floating aquatic fern that fixes its own atmospheric nitrogen, yields a high-protein vegetative crop that can be harvested DAILY, is incredibly simple to grow and propagate indefinitely for almost no cost after the initial system set up, and can be stored fed to practically all classes of livestock, fresh or dried! Azolla truly is a super plant, and if you haven't come across it - or even if you have - this one deserves your attention. It, along with other highly productive and nutritious aquatic vegetable crops, deserve a spot on the roster in your homestead production systems - especially if you're trying to raise nutrient dense animal products for your own final consumption! In this episode we will discuss... General plant characteristics - what makes Azolla so darn special Azolla's history in agriculture as well as its significant role in creating the current earth climate. Livestock pallatibility - cattle, sheep, goats, pigs, rabbits, chickens, ducks, fish, worms, insects - you name it, it'll probably eat azolla! Digestibility Growing Requirements - light, temperature, humidity, ph, salinity, nutrition, pests - everything you need to know to set up a successful azolla growing environment Propagation Methods - different small-scale systems for growing azolla on the homestead Harvesting and processing Other Applications of azolla beyond animal feed and more! Show Resources https://www.feedipedia.org/node/565 https://www.agrifarming.in/azolla-farming-project-report https://theazollafoundation.org/ https://permies.com/t/40/226880/Carnivore-Homesteading#2060792 Takota Coen VIDEO - How he uses duckweed to feed pigs, chickens and cows on his family farm - the same process will work for azolla ~Epi-13 - DIY Charcoal and Biochar For Home Use ~Epi-59 - Sovereign Food Systems: Pantry Ponds For Perennial Food Production Need some help getting the "birds eye view" of your property and its surrounds to help you design your sovereign homestead? Check out our Hi-Definition Contour Base Map package. This package includes: Hi-definition LiDAR contour map layer (contour lines can spaced at whatever scale you desire - as tight as 1 foot or less if you desire). Aspect Map Layer - color-code your entire property by which direction it faces - very helpful in identifying ideal growing zones and microclimates for specific plantings. Hillshade Layer - for easily visualizing landform across your entire property. Slope Layer - color-code your entire property based on the % grade - very helpful for access planning, living systems establishment and site selection for buildings etc. Deliverables include: Hi-definition .jpeg or .pdf of your entire property and/or its contributing watersheds, at whatever size you desire (if you wish to print a poster and have it laminated as an iterative design tool images can be generated at whatever size the poster shop will print). .KML file of the contour lines for importing and 3D viewing in Google Earth Pro (free to download) - this is a very helpful and accessible design tool. We also offer consulting calls if you need some design help or a fresh perspective - see the Virtual Property Design Review for details. Getting started designing your homestead? START HERE: Enroll in the Minimum Holistic Goal Creation Mini-Course today for free. This is the ONE THING that will make everything else easier or unnecessary on your homesteading journey! 100% Free Upon completing this course you will have a crystal clear idea of who and what resources you have to work with, your desired Quality of Life that your homestead has to provide for, and what you will need to produce and the conditions required to sustain that production to meet your Quality of Life needs.
Hosts: Caio Carneiro / @caiocarneiro & Fabi Sawaya / @fabisawaya Convidado: Lara Nesteruk / @laranesteruk Lara Nesteruk é uma personalidade carismática e influente que se destaca por sua autenticidade e abertura. Com um histórico de conteúdo cativante e uma forte conexão com sua audiência, Lara compartilha suas experiências pessoais e visões de mundo de maneira única. Sua jornada online a levou a superar desafios e conectar-se com seguidores em todo o mundo. Seu Instagram é uma plataforma onde ela inspira e compartilha seu cotidiano com sinceridade.
Neste episódio, o Dr. Nápoli apresenta três descobertas psicanalíticas que nos ajudam termos relações interpessoais mais saudáveis mediante a compreensão de certos processos inconscientes muito comuns. Por apenas 49,99/mês ou 497,00/ano, participe da CONFRARIA ANALÍTICA, uma escola de formação teórica em Psicanálise, com aulas semanais ao vivo comigo, para quem deseja estudar Psicanálise de forma séria, rigorosa e profunda: http://confrariaanalitica.com Lucas Nápoli é psicólogo, psicanalista, professor, escritor e palestrante. Tem os títulos de Doutor em Psicologia Clínica pela PUC-RJ e Mestre em Saúde Coletiva pela UFRJ. ➤ Adquira o meu ebook "Psicanálise em Humanês: 16 conceitos psicanalíticos cruciais explicados de maneira fácil, clara e didática" - http://bit.ly/ebookhumanes ➤ Adquira o meu ebook "O que um psicanalista faz?" - http://bit.ly/ebooklucasnapoli Siga-me nas redes sociais: Instagram: http://instagram.com/lucasnapolipsicanalista Facebook: http://facebook.com/lucasnapolipsicanalista Telegram: http://t.me/lucasnapoli Site: http://lucasnapoli.com
National security officials in the U.S. are raising concerns about a Chinese company that's a key maker of laser sensor technology. WSJ reporter Heather Somerville joins host Zoe Thomas to explain how Hesai found itself and its tech at the center of geopolitical tensions. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
About The Guest(s):Stu Adams is the CEO and co-founder of Agronomeye, an agricultural technology company that focuses on providing detailed data and decision-making tools for farmers. With a background in sports journalism, Stu transitioned into the agricultural space through his work with drones and the connections he made with farmers along the way. He is passionate about helping farmers improve their land management practices and navigate the challenges of sustainability in the agricultural industry.Summary:In this episode, Stu Adams, CEO and co-founder of Agronomeye, discusses the current state of farming and land management in Australia. He highlights the need for sustainable practices and the challenges that farmers face in navigating the complex landscape of environmental credentials and natural capital. Stu explains how Agronomeye is using technology, such as LiDAR scanning, to provide farmers with detailed data and decision-making tools to optimize their farming practices. He emphasizes the importance of communication and collaboration in the agricultural industry and the role that Agronomeye plays in connecting farmers with advisors, stakeholders, and potential markets. Stu also shares his insights on alternative methods of food production and the future of farming.Key Takeaways:Farmers are facing increasing pressure to adopt sustainable land management practices and demonstrate their environmental credentials.Agronomeye provides farmers with detailed data and decision-making tools to optimize their farming practices and engage in natural capital markets.The use of technology, such as LiDAR scanning, allows for a more accurate and comprehensive understanding of the farming landscape.Communication and collaboration are essential in the agricultural industry to ensure the success of sustainability initiatives and market transactions.Alternative methods of food production, such as vertical farming and alternative proteins, are not likely to replace traditional agriculture but can complement existing practices.Quotes:"We think that there is a layer of detail missing in the AG space when it comes to measuring the farm and the farming system." - Stu Adams"It's about empowering the landholder to make decisions, to engage in projects, and to go from talking into doing in the space when it comes to natural capital markets." - Stu AdamsShape the System is an independent podcast with support from KPMG High Growth Ventures More about KPMG High Growth VenturesScale up for success. We're here for that.We navigate founders and their teams to the services they need to reach their next milestone. From startup to scale and beyond. No matter where you are right now, we'll get you the help you need to drive your business forward. We help founders fully realise their potential, as well as the potential of their team and their business, by connecting them to the expertise, skills and resources they need at every stage of their growth journey.Our extensive experience in partnering with evolving businesses means that we can provide you with tailored support as well as independent and practical insights. Whether you are looking to refine your strategy, establish your operations, prepare for a capital raise, expand abroad or simply comply with regulatory requirements, we are here to help.Links:Website: About (highgrowthventures.com.au)LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/showcase/kpmg-enterprise-high-growth-ventures/Contacts: firstname.lastname@example.org
Wade Norris is a former researcher at Google AI, where he had the fortune of transitioning into the AI space just as it was gaining momentum. His expertise lies specifically in helping computers understand photos, videos, and the surrounding world. Wade had an amazing journey there, starting with a team of only 10 and witnessing its rapid growth to 140 researchers. During his tenure, he contributed to the development of several impressive products. Eventually, he seized the opportunity to explore starting something new and making more of an impact. Wade recognized the tremendous opportunity in addressing the role of diet and nutrition. Armed with his passion and his impressive expertise, he started building Snap Calorie, a game-changing solution that leverages computer vision to help track and analyze nutritional information and portion sizes. If you're curious about the intersection of technology, nutrition, and personal health, this episode is a must-listen! Regaring AI and LIDAR (light detecting and ranging) tech for food portions: "We use Deep Nets and AI to understand the types of food . . . and we can see the breakdown. . . Anything that a nutritionist could see, the AI network can see and try to make an educated guess. When it comes to the portion size, that's done with the LIDAR." Some key moments: Finding meaningful impact through research and analysis. Startup advantage: Nimble, quick decision-making, imperfect products. 53% error in portion size estimation Nutrition lables are allowed by law to have a 20% margin of error Tracking alone isn't enough; need to be more prescriptive. Visual data becomes ingredients; good and bad. Debate on accessibility vs. credibility of ChatGPT. A few key takeaways: The focus on diet and nutrition: Wade Norris decided to dedicate his life to snapping calories and changing the way people look at their food. He conducted research on the top 10 causes of death in the United States and realized that diet and nutrition played a significant role. He wanted to create something that would have a meaningful impact and help people. The decision to start a startup: Wade mentioned that while working at Google was a great opportunity, being part of a small startup allowed for more agility and the ability to take bigger risks. Startups can launch products that may not be perfect, but that's okay because they have the advantage of being nimble and making quick decisions. Timing and technology: Wade acknowledged the importance of timing and technology when starting a company. He mentioned that in the past, the infrastructure and distribution of data may not have been ready for certain startups to succeed. With advancements in technology, such as smartphones and LIDAR, the pieces of the puzzle are now in place for him to commercialize his idea effectively. Click here to download transcript. Resources: Wade Norris: https://www.linkedin.com/in/wadenorris/ Snap Calorie: https://www.snapcalorie.com/ Casey Neistat video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hE2lna5Wxuo Connect With Us: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thehaloadvisors/?hl=en Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Integritysquare YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@halotalks Twitter: https://twitter.com/thehaloadvisors LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/integrity-square/ Website: https://www.halotalks.com Loved this episode? Leave us a review and rating here: www.ratethispodcast.com/halotalks and don't forget to check out the HALO Academy for Executive Education opportunities.
German companies such as Bosch, ZF and Continental have suspended the development of lidar technology for the time being. But the technology, which uses a laser to scan the environment, will be needed for autonomous driving in the future as a supplement to cameras and radar.
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This week Yifei and Seth catch on the recent releases of new products and events like DJI's L2 payload, drone shows, and a potential new drone market. Enjoy the podcast? Shop DJI, Autel, or other drones at Amazon to support The Buzz! The Buzz Podcast, hosted by DroneDJ, is a weekly podcast discussing the latest news on the drone industry. From DJI, Autel, and Skydio to public safety and delivery drones. Stories discuss in this episode: NYC Central Park to host its first drone show ever this weekend New DJI Osmo Pocket 3 camera hits the FCC database Mitsubishi to manage drone advertising operations for Miami firm DJI's first-ever drone light show calls for global water conservation DJI releases Terra mapping software update with Zenmuse L2 support DJI unveils Zenmuse L2 drone LiDAR module for 3D data collection Hosts: Seth Kurkowski Yifei Zhao Checkout more Buzz episodes: Checkout 9to5's other weekly podcasts: 9to5Mac Happy Hour Electrek Podcast Wheel-E Alphabet Scoop Space Explored Podcast
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The Bowhunter Chronicles Podcast - Episode 274- The Evolution of Mapping and AI - Bill Thompson - Spartan Forge On this weeks podcast Adam talks with Bill Thompson the man behind the mapping and artificial intelligence company Spartan Forge. We talk about the evolution of the company the pitfalls of starting something new, the process of involving the consumer in the development process as well as the lidar updates, blue force tracker and where the company is going. Topics discussed - The history of Spartan Forge - What the goal was and what it has evolved into - updating information in real time - What does “beta” mean - Spartan Forge mission statement - Blue Force Tracker update - Helping the developers by using the app - Lidar - what it is and how to use it - What can AI do in hunting and how much is too much https://www.spartanforge.ai - save 25% with code bowhunter https://www.latitudeoutdoors.com https://www.zingerfletches.com https://huntworthgear.com/ https://www.lucky-buck.com https://www.bigshottargets.com https://genesis3dprinting.com https://vitalizeseed.com https://waypointtv.com/#podcast If you like what we are doing and want to see more, please consider checking out our Patreon account. Any funds generated through our Patreon account are funneled right back into the podcast to help fund equipment, hosting fees and gear for reviews and giveaways and as always future hunts. http://bit.ly/BHCPatreon http://bit.ly/BowhunterChroniclesPodcas https://huntworthgear.com/?utm_source=Pro+Staff&utm_medium=Direct+Link&utm_campaign=Preseason+Sale Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Is intelligent infrastructure the key to autonomous cars? That's the question we ask in the latest episode of The Six Five Connected with Diana Blass as we explore the use of LiDAR and smart cameras on the roads in Chattanooga, TN, home to the largest smart intersection projects in the United States. Hear from William Muller of Seoul Robotics, J Ed Marston of EPB, Dr. Mina Sartipi of the University of Tennessee Chattanooga with perspective from Daniel Newman of The Futurum Group. Be sure to subscribe to our YouTube channel, so you never miss an episode of The Six Five Webcast.
On this episode, Antonio reminisced about his recent photo showcase, set against a brick backdrop that brought his images to life. Mark Reierson's touch made the difference in the arrangement. The chat soon hinted at future engagements, notably an artist talk and an exciting zine collaboration. Ward and Antonio's joint Street Shots zine, "Line of Sight," celebrates a collaboration of street photography. Crafted meticulously using the Miro app, the upcoming zine doesn't just chronicle their passion but will also support their podcast. Both are excited about upcoming projects: Antonio's nostalgic "11218+" venture and Ward's "Communities" project capturing Calgary's essence. They both revel in the idea of converting their digital captures into tactile memories. Finally, a recent outing saw Antonio lead a Scott Kelby's worldwide photo walk, favoring his iPhone 15 and dabbling with a new LIDAR-equipped Polaroid. Later, Antonio and Ward exchanged notes on the iPhone 15 Pro Max. Impressed by its features, especially the "tetra prism", they also agree on one thing: Snapseed's app excellence, even if the desktop version leaves them chuckling about its quirks. Podcast Show Links Subscribe to our Substack Newsletter Help out the show by buying us a coffee! Support the show by purchasing Antonio's Zines. Send us a voice message, comment or question. Antonio M. Rosario's Website, Vero, Instagram and Facebook page Ward Rosin's Website, Vero, Instagram and Facebook page. Ornis Photo Website The Unusual Collective Street Shots Facebook Page Street Shots Instagram Subscribe to us on: Apple Podcasts Google Podcasts Spotify Amazon Music iHeart Radio ----more---- Ward's Fall Images Antonio's Polaroid Images:
They discuss the real innovaiton in the iphone 15 Pro and how Apple found a way to pivot from the MP size race with Samsung and re-frame the race into their strenght. Bill and Darrell smoke the Blackbird Finch and drink the Pilar Spanish Sherry Cask finish rum. iPhone 15 Pro: Ushering in the Era of Immersive Reality | Fierce Electronics
The pod starts with a brief update on the UAW & US Three situation but moves quickly over to a brief disussion about Li Auto's openly stated and ambitious goals of selling 3M vehicles in China by 2028. Tu then pushes the chat to Porsche and the struggles they may beginning to see in the China market, a market they've only seen growth in since entering in 2001. Tu and Lei move the discussion over to Great Wall Motor's Haomo.ai announcing a very inexpensive ADAS system that starts at less than ¥10K and how LiDAR and overall sensor pricing for ADAS systems will quickly move into commodity territory as Chinese providers continue to try to compete on price. Tu brings up how GM has offered to unionize its US battery facilities as a carrot in the ongoing UAW negotiations and they both talk about how the LG & BYD partnership could be used to skirt the Inflation Reduction Act restrictions. The podcast ends with Tu talking about his trip to SF and and both of them talking about WM's bankruptcy filing.
Main Topics:Google Meet using Chrome on MacOS and facing Mac screen sharing issues.Transition from Zoho to FastMail, focusing on privacy and benefits.FastMail's pseudo email features and its cooperation with One Password.Differences and similarities between FastMail and Google Workspace.Deep analysis of Tesla's self-driving technology and neural network models.Evaluation of Tesla's autonomous driving performance.Technological understanding behind self-driving cars, discussing self-parking, sensors, cameras, and radar.Relationship of radar, LiDAR, and Microsoft Kinect in autonomous cars.Discussion on crash rates of autonomous cars vs human-driven cars.Comparing Waymo, Cruise, and Chevy Bolt EV costs and experiences.Introduction of Waymo's partnership with a Chinese manufacturer for a purpose-built car.Speculating the future of self-driving cars.Electric vehicle industry: challenges, GM's Ultium platform benefits, and cost savings.Review and analysis of films including Barbie, No Hard Feelings, Palm Springs, Deadpool, The Proposal, Zoolander, and Naked Gun.References:Google MeetChrome (macOS)ZohoFastMailiCloud+One PasswordGoogle WorkspaceTeslaROS (Robot Operating System)Microsoft KinectWaymoCruiseChevy Bolt EVGM's Ultium platformVarious films: Barbie, No Hard Feelings, Palm Springs, Deadpool, The Proposal, Zoolander, Naked Gun, Hotshot, Lethal Weapon, American Pie, Free guy.Reach Out: Engage with us and the community on our Discord Channel.
Welcome to your weekly news update, we have 3 stories for you this week, Drone pilot loses control of drone over stadium, an update on the man who shot down the police M300, and DJI releases new L2 LIDAR The first story this week is a drone that flew over a college football game, resulting in players evacuating the field. This occurred in Columbus, Ohio when Rigoberto Canaca Escoto flew a drone he purchased the day before at best buy over the stadium. Upon returning to Escoto, Columbus counter terrorism police were able to track the drone back to the pilot. Escoto admits he had no knowledge of basic UAS safety, hadn't take TRUST, and that he lost both control of the aircraft for about 3 minutes while over the stadium and line of sight. Escoto has been charged in Franklin County, OH with: Unsafe operation of aircraft in a careless or reckless manner, Two counts of aircraft operation without a license, Inducing panic by committing an offense with reckless disregard, And disorderly conduct in a physically offensive condition. Yikes. Next up is an update on a story we talked about nearly two years ago. If you're unfamiliar with this story, a man in Florida named Wendell Goney shot down a Lake County Sheriff's M300 drone in 2021. According to the man, the drone was “Harassing him”, however Lake County Sheriff was investigating reports of a burglary at a nearby 10 acre wear house. The man is a 29 time convicted felon, who now faces 10 years in prison for possession of a firearm and ammunition. So don't be either of these guys, don't shoot drones down and don't fly over stadiums in TFRs. Final story this week is the Zenmuse L2 LIDAR from DJI! The new L2 is compatible with both the Matrice 300 and the Matrice 350. When compared to the L1, the L2 increases detection range by 30% with a reduced spot size of 4x12 cm at 100m. The L2 has a maximum point cloud rate of 240,000 points per second and a 20MP 4/3 CMOS with a mechanical shutter. The L2 isn't as expensive as other LIDAR units, coming in at “only” $13,560 according to DJI's website for the basic combo. Pretty cool device, and maybe we'll get our hands on one eventually! Have a great weekend, and we'll see you next week! https://dronexl.co/2023/10/11/felon-shoots-down-sheriff-drone/ https://www.nbc4i.com/news/local-news/ohio-state-university/pilot-arrested-after-losing-control-of-drone-over-ohio-stadium-during-buckeyes-game-records-say/ https://dronexl.co/2023/10/10/dji-zenmuse-l2/
O Hugo começou a vida profissional na área da construção civil aos 16 anos. Ele, que é um homem gay, sempre encarou a orientação sexual com tranquilidade, mas foi no trabalho que ele percebeu o quão presente a homofobia é na nossa sociedade. Em determinada época da vida, o @huugorodrigues enfrentou algumas situações delicadas dentro de casa e a tia dele o chamou para morar com ela. Nessa outra casa, o Hugo recebia bastante afeto da tia. Além do carinho, a tia o aceitava e disse uma frase que o marcou: ”O importante é que você se aceite e seja uma boa pessoa.” Apesar do Hugo sempre ter se aceitado, ele não se sentia preparado para assumir a orientação sexual para as outras pessoas. Nesse sentido, a aceitação da tia o ajudou a abrir essa questão para todos à sua volta. Em meio a tudo isso, ele teve que lidar com o falecimento do pai. O Hugo achava que o pai nunca havia falado nada sobre a sexualidade dele, mas depois descobriu que o pai gostaria que ele achasse um “parceiro bacana” para compartilhar a vida. Ou seja, o pai não se importava com a orientação sexual do Hugo. Ali, ele percebeu que as pessoas mais importantes da vida dele só queriam que ele fosse feliz. A auto aceitação foi fundamental para o Hugo porque permitiu que ele vivesse experiências novas e o libertou para seguir adiante. Hoje em dia, ele vive com os seus bichinhos de estimação, que são 4 gatos e 4 cachorros (durante o episódio é possível escutar o ronco dos cachorros haha). Além de tudo isso, ele saiu da área que trabalhava e virou auxiliar de manutenção no Hospital M'Boi Mirim, que busca cuidar de todas as pessoas, sejam elas pacientes ou colaboradores. O episódio de hoje é uma parceria editorial do ter.a.pia com o time de Diversidade e Inclusão no Hospital M'Boi Mirim. Vamos contar 4 histórias de funcionários do Hospital que integram grupos minorizados. "A história do outro muda a gente", o primeiro livro do ter.a.pia está disponível para compra. Garanta o seu aqui: https://amzn.to/3CGZkc5 O Histórias para ouvir lavando louça é um podcast do ter.a.pia apresentado por Alexandre Simone e Lucas Galdino. Para conhecer mais do ter.a.pia, acesse historiasdeterapia.com. Para entrar no grupo do Whatsapp e receber as histórias do canal e do podcast com antecedência, é só contribuir no site apoia.se/historiasdeterapia. Edição: Felipe Dantas Roteiro: Luigi Madormo
Join us on episode 25 where we learn about a ground-breaking microclimate project with Assistant Professor Rebecca Senior and PhD student Cameron Goodhead from Durham University.They're here at Knepp to investigate the microclimates provided by the complex structure of vegetation that has emerged through rewilding. A variety of remote data-loggers will be deployed in different vegetation structures and, combined with drone footage, LiDAR data and thermal images, will help to collect evidence to support nature-based solutions for climate change.
Nesta continuação do Ponto de Vista, teremos as três últimas dicas para o controle do estresse e a busca pela calma interior. Aprenda a neutralizar pessoas tóxicas em sua vida, mantendo o foco em relacionamentos saudáveis e construtivos. Descubra por que guardar ressentimentos não é a melhor opção e como a prática da atenção plena (mindfulness) pode transformar sua qualidade de vida. Este episódio encerra com chave de ouro as valiosas estratégias para viver uma vida mais equilibrada e tranquila
No Ponto de Vista de hoje teremos o 3º episódio especial dessa semana no Setembro Amarelo. Hoje, você encontrará dicas práticas para controlar o estresse e encontrar a calma interior. Aprenda como a respiração pode ser uma ferramenta poderosa para manter o equilíbrio emocional, assim como a importância de aprender a dizer 'não'. Descubra como estas estratégias podem melhorar sua qualidade de vida e te ajudar a lidar com situações estressantes de forma mais eficaz
It's pretty easy to understand how the weather affects certain forms of power generation and infrastructure. Sunlight is obviously needed to generate solar power, wind is required to produce wind energy, and extreme storms of all kinds can wreak havoc on transmission and distribution lines, and other energy-related assets. Therefore, having accurate and constantly updated weather information is vital to power companies. “First and foremost, utilities need to understand as best as possible the forecast of the environmental resources that are supplying these generation sources. It's ultra-critical, because even small, slight changes in wind speed or solar radiation can have pretty substantial impacts as far as the capacity factor that a renewable generator is operating at,” Nic Wilson, director of product management for weather and climate risk with DTN, said as a guest on The POWER Podcast. Wilson highlighted some of the weather-related applications that utilities are integrating into their operations. “One of the focal points for DTN is working with utility emergency preparedness teams in order to help them better understand and forecast at-risk weather environmental hazards that are going to impact their overhead distribution operations, and understanding and communicating appropriately the outage impact risks,” he said. “Another application is asset inspection,” said Wilson. “After a storm goes through, how does the utility prioritize where it's going to do inspection along its lines for potential damage?” One way could be using DTN's tools. Wilson suggested, for example, a company responsible for the operations and maintenance of wind farms could use DTN data to identify turbines that may have experienced blade damage during a weather event. With that insight, the company could proactively inspect for compromises to the fiberglass blades before the damage turned catastrophic. Load forecasting is another important use case for DTN's data. Many things must be considered to develop load forecasts including historical trends and current events. Wilson suggested temperature, precipitation, cloud cover, time of day, time of year, and more will affect not only the renewable energy production, but also demand for electricity. With accurate forecasts, power companies can plan appropriately to take advantage of any given situation. If they anticipate a surplus, units could be taken offline for scheduled maintenance, but if the supply is expected to be tight, they can issue orders to increase plant readiness. “Then, there's some emerging applications, such as capital planning, where utilities are trying to climate-adjust the age, and understand the performance and condition monitoring of their assets in order to prioritize resiliency investments,” Wilson said. DTN's products are constantly being refined too. Wilson said artificial intelligence and machine learning are behind many of the improvements. “We are consistently doing what we call retraining. So, as new data becomes available from the utility, whether that's outage management system data, or condition monitoring information, or satellite- or LIDAR [light detection and ranging]-derived vegetation datasets, we're incorporating that into our models and updating them as frequently as possible in order to ensure that our predictions are as representative of the current environment as possible,” he said. Wilson said DTN is making some forays into climate modeling and trying to understand how different environmental factors of interest to utilities are going to evolve in not only the next three to six months on a seasonal basis, but also out to 30 years in the future. This is important information for power companies because they are often making investments with a 50-year time horizon in mind.
No Ponto de Vista de hoje teremos o 2º episódio especial dessa semana no Setembro Amarelo. Entenda como gerenciar o estresse e manter a calma com dicas práticas neste ponto de vista esclarecedor. Saiba lidar, desde evitar o "e se" até a importância do descanso de qualidade. Aprenda como o significado e a emoção podem afetar seu estresse e como criar um novo propósito em sua vida. Ouça agora para uma jornada de autodescoberta e melhoria do bem-estar emocional!
PONTO DE VISTA ESPECIAL SETEMBRO AMARELO! Essa semana, vamos explorar a importância de desligar do trabalho para melhorar a sua inteligência emocional e gerenciar o estresse. Aprenda com dicas práticas sobre como apreciar o que você tem, manter a positividade realista e ser autorresponsável em busca do sucesso. Aproveite esse momento para refletir e envie para quem também precisa dessa mensagem no dia de hoje
Die neusten Rasenmähroboter von EcoFlow, Ecovacs, Einhell, Husqvarna, Segway, Stiga und Worx benötigen keinen Begrenzungsdraht mehr, sondern sie orientieren sich mit GPS, KI-Kamera, Lidar, UWB und anderen Tricks. Wir diskutieren, wie gut das im c't-Test geklappt hat, wie man trotzdem Sperrzonen aufbaut und wie gut die Mäher Hindernisse umfahren – also auch Igel am Leben lassen – können. In seinem Garten hat c't-Redakteur und Smart-Gardening-Experte Sven Hansen zwar einen Begrenzungsdraht verlegt, aber Umbauten am Garten und auch manches Missgeschickt haben die Installation arg strapaziert, sodass sein auf den Draht angewiesener Mäher schon länger nicht mehr zum Einsatz kam. Ab 500 Euro gibt es solche Exemplare mittlerweile – für das mehr Intelligenz versprechende Testfeld sind mindestens 1000 Euro fällig. Einige der drahtlosen Mäher fahren sofort los – ein durchaus angenehmes schnelles Erfolgserlebnis. Andere erfordern vor der ersten Fahrt Vorarbeiten: Man muss zwar keinen Draht mehr einbuddeln, aber GPS-Empfänger oder andere Funksysteme installieren, oder auch mit dem Mäher einmal den Gartenrand abspazieren. Entscheidend für den Komfort ist aber auch, ob man die (wie auch immer erstellte) Gartenkarte später bearbeiten kann: gar nicht, in der App, oder beispielsweise durch schnell um neue Blumenbeete zu platzierende Magnetstreifen etwa. Auch den Igelschutz diskutieren wir, wie also die Roboter störende Objekte erkennen und umfahren. Igel sind besonders gefährdet, weil sie anders als andere Tiere nicht flüchten, sondern sich einigeln – und leicht überfahren und verletzt oder getötet werden. Mit dabei: Sven Hansen Moderation: Jörg Wirtgen Produktion: Sahin Erengil ► Die c't-Artikel zum Thema (Paywall): Sieben Mähroboter ohne Begrenzungsdraht im Test https://www.ct.de/select/ct/2023/21/2319411002923365137 Wie Mähroboter Igel und andere Kleintiere schützen wollen https://www.ct.de/select/ct/2023/21/2319411031061434076 ► c't Magazin: https://ct.de ► c't auf Mastodon: https://social.heise.de/@ct_Magazin ► c't auf Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ct_magazin ► c't auf Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ctmagazin ► c't auf X/Twitter: https://twitter.com/ctmagazin ► c't auf Papier: überall wo es Zeitschriften gibt! === Anzeige / Sponsorenhinweis === Dieser Podcast ist gesponsert von msg. Bei msg treibst Du im Software-Engineering, (IT-)Consulting oder als Spezialist (m/w/d) für Cloud oder KI die digitale Transformation voran. Entdecke abwechslungsreiche IT-Jobs, beste individuelle Entwicklungsmöglichkeiten und profitiere von flexiblen Arbeitszeiten mit Überstundenausgleich! Mehr erfährst Du hier: karriere.msg.group === Anzeige / Sponsorenhinweis Ende ===
Ralph welcomes Toby Heaps, co-founder and editor-in-chief of the Canadian magazine “Corporate Knights,” which ranks the world's 100 most sustainable corporations. And we welcome back Dr. Bandy Lee, psychiatrist and editor of “The Dangerous Case of Donald Trump” to discuss Donald Trump's continuing hold on 30% of the American population.Toby Heaps is the CEO and co-founder of Corporate Knights, and Editor-in-Chief of Corporate Knights magazine. He spearheaded the first global ranking of the world's 100 most sustainable corporations in 2005, and in 2007 coined the term “clean capitalism.” Toby has been published in the Financial Times, Wall Street Journal, and the Globe and Mail, and is a regular guest speaker on CBC.You see these stories happening all over the world, whether it's from the oil companies or the electric power companies, fossil power companies, or food companies, or real estate companies. And the ones who are going all in, investing big in the green economy and the more sustainable economy are, more often than not, the ones who are hitting the biggest numbers financially.Toby Heaps, Corporate KnightsWe don't want to just be doing a beauty contest or be subject to the latest headline. We're trying to do something that's reasonably rooted in evidence, and it can be defensible, and it can be considered fair. And we recognize that none of the big companies that we rank are perfect— they all have major issues, which is kind of the nature of the human condition.Toby Heaps, Corporate KnightsDr. Bandy Lee is a medical doctor, a forensic psychiatrist, and a world expert on violence who taught at Yale School of Medicine and Yale Law School for 17 years before transferring recently to Columbia and Harvard. She is currently president of the World Mental Health Coalition, an educational organization that assembles mental health experts to collaborate with other disciplines for the betterment of public mental health and public safety. She is the editor of The Dangerous Case of Donald Trump: 37 Psychiatrists and Mental Health Experts Assess a President and Profile of a Nation: Trump's Mind, America's Soul.Essentially, [Trump] did not have the capacity to have ideologies or policies. He can't think at that level. What he can do is to manipulate psychologically those who are vulnerably predisposed and those who have formed emotional bonds with him.Dr. Bandy LeeThese are the kinds of effects that we expect from having a person with severe mental symptoms holding an influential position and having lots of public exposure. We do have a propagation of symptoms. I've been calling this the “Trump Contagion” but what it really is is shared psychosis, which is a psychosocial phenomenon that's been researched and described since around the mid-19th century.Dr. Bandy Lee[Trump voters] are still with him. But they would never support a friend or a neighbor who lied all the time, who had power over them, who described things that weren't real about what was going on around them or what he did in the past, or who cheated his workers.Ralph NaderIn Case You Haven't Heard with Francesco DeSantis1. The United Autoworkers Union is on strike against the big three automakers. Just before the strike began, the Lever reported that General Motors claimed the union's demands “would threaten our ability to do what's right for the long-term benefit of the team.” Yet, for all their crying poverty, the Big Three “have reported $21 billion in profits in just the first six months of 2023,” and “have authorized $5 billion in stock buybacks.” The union's strategy is also worth touching on, as it is novel for this industry. Instead of all workers going on strike at once, the union plans on “targeting a trio of strategic factories while keeping 90 percent of its members working under expired contracts,” per Axios. However, this story notes the ways industry plans to strike back, notably by utilizing quasi-lockouts at active plants.2. In a nigh-unprecedented shot across the bow, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit has issued a “‘writ of body attachment', directing the United States Marshals Service to take two corporate officials of Haven Salon + Spa in Muskego, Wisconsin into custody [after they] repeatedly failed and refused to comply with an enforced [National Labor Relations] Board order.” This followed years of opportunities for the corporate officials to settle this dispute and represents the strongest signal so far that the re-energized NLRB will use every weapon in its legal arsenal to protect workers. The Board's full statement is available at NLRB.gov.3. The Washington Post reports that since retaking power in Afghanistan, the Taliban has “all but extinguished al-Qaeda.” Yet buried within this story is a much more intriguing tidbit. According to this piece, “The CIA shares counterterrorism information with the Taliban,” per a senior Biden administration official. This official emphasized that this does not include “targeting data or ‘actionable intelligence,'” raising the question of what information exactly the CIA is passing along to the Taliban. 4. In Maine, voters are set to decide on a proposal to “turn the state's two big private electric companies—Central Maine Power and Versant—into Pine Tree Power, a nonprofit, publicly run utility,” per Bill McKibben in the Nation. McKibben points out that the private utility companies “sent $187 million in profits out of Maine last year—much of it to shareholders in such far-flung places as Qatar, Norway, and Canada.” Moreover, this move could lower rates by “an average of $367 per household per year.” Bernie Sanders has endorsed this effort, declaring “Power belongs in the hands of the people, not greedy corporations.”5. In an effort to combat food deserts, Chicago Mayor Brandon Johnson has announced the city will explore the possibility of opening a municipally-owned grocery store. The announcement highlighted that “Historic disinvestment has led to inequitable access to food retail across Chicago, [which] have been exacerbated as at least six grocery stores closed on the South and West sides over the past two years.” This project would seek to provide healthy food for South and West side residents, as well as an economic anchor in these communities.6. From Variety: The California Senate has passed a bill to “grant unemployment benefits to workers who are on strike,” in a major win for the Writers Guild, SAG-AFTRA, and organized labor more generally. If signed, this will go into effect January 1st, 2024. Currently, only New York and New Jersey offer this safety net to striking workers.7. A story in LA Public Press traces the disturbing rise of so-called “Tenant relocators.” According to the story, “Lawmakers, tenants and tenant groups say that, across Los Angeles, landlords are buying rent-controlled buildings predominantly occupied by immigrants and using illegal tenant harassment to force people out so they can re-rent their units at market rate.” Further, “Organizers...say tenant harassment is so profitable that it has become an industry in its own right, and that the industry has spawned a profession: the tenant relocator, who cajoles or threatens tenants into leaving while their building falls to pieces around them.” This is yet another case showing the stunning lengths the rich will go to in order to acquire yet more wealth.8. In Atlanta, over 115,000 signatures have been collected and submitted calling for a referendum on the “Cop City,” project. Yet, when these signatures were submitted, the Clerk's Office refused to accept them, citing obscure deadline rules. Now, Georgia Senator Raphael Warnock is weighing in with a letter to Atlanta Mayor Andre Dickens urging the City to “err on the side of giving people the ability to express their views,” the Atlanta Voice reports. This contentious project will likely continue to be a political flash-point going forward.9. Arundhati Roy, the world-famous Indian dissident writer, received a major European essay prize on September 12th. She used this opportunity to deliver an explosive speech warning of the danger posed to the world by “the dismantling of democracy in India.” Roy is explicit in naming “India's descent…into first majoritarianism and then full-blown fascism,” and goes into gut-churning detail concerning the plight of religious minorities in what used to be called the world's largest democracy. The full speech is available on YouTube.10. Finally, Yahoo News reports that back in 2015, “Elon Musk Stormed Into the Tesla Office Furious That Autopilot Tried to Kill Him.” Taken from the new blockbuster biography of the tech magnate, the story goes on to say that the Tesla autopilot, “thrown off by the road's faded lane lines,” steered into and almost hit oncoming traffic. This, the book argues, was due to Musk's insistence on removing light detection and ranging technology – better known as LiDAR – from his vehicles in an attempt to cut costs. Ultimately, the autopilot was not actually fixed; instead, Musk's chief of staff Sam Teller got the faded lane lines repainted. That may be a functional solution for the world's richest man, but personally, I wouldn't take my chances. Get full access to Ralph Nader Radio Hour at www.ralphnaderradiohour.com/subscribe
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In Allen's part of the USA, an escaped emu that was on the loose! We then discuss an investigation into a wind turbine collapse at the Akmene wind farm in Lithuania, which was caused by a malfunctioning sensor that provided incorrect data to the turbine controller. The root cause analysis took several months, and the wind farm was shut down until the issue was resolved. Shifting to policy news, the podcast analyzes the UK's latest CfD auction round which awarded 1.5GW of onshore wind capacity across 24 projects in Scotland and Wales. Offshore wind was absent from this round due to limited funding availability and inflation concerns. In the US, Equinor and BP are seeking to renegotiate offshore wind PPAs for their Empire Wind and Beacon Wind projects off Massachusetts unless they can achieve a 6-8% rate of return. On the technology front, we discuss a PES Wind Magazine article from Vaisala about how lidar systems can measure turbulence intensity to improve wind farm performance. Mounting lidar systems on turbine nacelles provides hub-height data to anticipate incoming wind conditions. To close, we cover news that EDF Renewables will repower Africa's oldest wind farm in Morocco, doubling its capacity to 100MW with new Siemens Gamesa turbines. Sign up now for Uptime Tech News, our weekly email update on all things wind technology. This episode is sponsored by Weather Guard Lightning Tech. Learn more about Weather Guard's StrikeTape Wind Turbine LPS retrofit. Follow the show on Facebook, YouTube, Twitter, Linkedin and visit Weather Guard on the web. And subscribe to Rosemary Barnes' YouTube channel here. Have a question we can answer on the show? Email us! PES Wind - www.peswind.comPardalote Consulting - https://www.pardaloteconsulting.comWeather Guard Lightning Tech - www.weatherguardwind.comIntelstor - https://www.intelstor.com Allen Hall: All right, Rosemary, in my neighborhood of Massachusetts, there was an escaped emu and it was on the loose for two weeks in the neighborhoods and they finally, they finally captured this thing. It was roaming around scaring local residents. And in fact, the, the local animal control officer said, Hey, be careful because emus are dangerous. But they did capture the emu. He would have been left behind by a former owner who moved out of state. And just left the emu behind and the new owners of the property were willing to help cooperate to kind of capture the emu. So the emu will have a new home with a local species expert and I assume that local species expert is in Australia. So you're getting another emu, Rosemary. Because Massachusetts is not the right place for those things. Rosemary Barnes: Oh, all right. That, that hurt, that hurt my ears as an Australian. Can we just clear one thing up? It's emu, emu. It's not an emu, it's an emu. You, you Americans, you know, like you don't get to take an Australian animal and give it your own, your own name. Just respect, respect the emu. Allen Hall: Well, you're getting a new friend in Australia. I'm going to send that emu right back. Enefit Green along with GE have been looking at an incident or accident that happened at the Akmene wind farm in Lithuania back in May. And they've been conducting a series of evaluations over the last couple of months, where they finally have come to a conclusion and, looked at the findings and determined that this wind turbine fell over and it's, it's about a, I think it's a five megawatt machine fill up in Lithuania. And there was 14 wind turbines total that the root cause analysis revealed that a malfunctioning sensor provided incorrect data to the turbine controller, resulting in excessive stress on the tower structure and the subsequent collapse of the turbine. So that sounds like, to me, everybody, a single point failure in some GE turbines, and they didn't turn it back on until, actually, this week, until they got it all figured out.
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Today we enter into the plot of a summer blockbuster adventure movie. Regina talks to NPR reporter Emily Olson about the recently uncovered ancient Maya city, Ocomtun. The large site, which researchers found using LiDAR technology, even seems to have "suburbs," flipping their expectations about how robust the Maya civilization was — and where it was. Read Emily's full story here.Have a science mystery to share? Email us at email@example.com.