Assima announces Riz Khaliq as new CEO

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Global user adoption leader Assima appoints IBM veteran as new Chief Executive Officer

ATLANTA, GEORGIA, UNITED STATES, August 11, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Assima announced today that Riz Khaliq has been appointed as the company’s new Chief Executive Officer.

Mr. Khaliq brings a wealth of expertise shaped by 20 years of senior management experience at IBM. Most recently, he was IBM’s Vice-President Global Public Sector where he developed growth strategies and roadmaps for partnerships and solutions across global regions.

Before this role, he was IBM's Global Director of Marketing and Global Business Unit Executive. Riz started his career as a US Foreign Service Officer serving in a variety of assignments in Kenya, South Africa and Denmark.

Reflecting on his appointment, Khaliq said: “I am extremely excited to be joining the Assima team. I believe Assima’s unique technology and world-class expertise positions the company perfectly to help clients struggling with employee engagement and user adoption during this transition to a new way of work and life. The opportunity to partner with clients to address their most pressing challenges by delivering solutions with outcomes is something I have done throughout my career, and joining Assima is a continuation of that.”

“During this time of unprecedented change, there is no better person to lead Assima than Riz Khaliq,” said Alex Desmarais, Chief Operating Officer of Assima. “He’s been working with us for years while at IBM and witnessed first-hand the power of our technology. Having someone with his track record choose our company as his next professional challenge is a great vote of confidence on how unique and well-positioned we are. Riz is a proven leader that has successfully built scalable solutions and partner ecosystems. He has the worldwide network to open many important doors for us. Under his leadership, Assima will be at the forefront of tackling the user adoption needs of the world’s largest and most demanding organizations as they enter a new normal in workplace learning.”

Riz holds a Master's Degree in International Business from George Mason University and a degree in International Trade from a European Perspective from Oxford University.

About Assima

Assima offers the industry’s most complete solution to drive user adoption at scale, combining training and performance support into one. Assima enables clients to train users more effectively using hyper-realistic simulations powered by its patented technology and ensure peak end-user efficiency via a digital assistant.

Assima is trusted by 15 of the top 20 banks, 4 out of 10 Fortune 500 companies and some of the largest hospital networks in the world to boost employee productivity and maximize applications ROI. For more information, visit www.assima.net.

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Minnesota US Navy Veterans Lung Cancer Advocate Urges a Navy Veteran or a Person with Lung Cancer in Minnesota To Call the Lawyers at Karst von Oiste About Compensation-If They Had Significant Asbestos Exposure

We are urging a Navy Veteran or person with lung cancer in Minnesota-who also had significant exposure to asbestos in the service or at work to call the lawyers at the law firm of Karst von Oiste.”

— Minnesota US Navy Veterans Lung Cancer Advocate

MINNEAPOLIS, MINNESOTA, USA, August 11, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — The Minnesota US Navy Veterans Lung Cancer Advocate says, "We are urging a Navy Veteran or person with lung cancer in Minnesota-who also had significant exposure to asbestos in the service or at work to please call the lawyers at the law firm of Karst von Oiste at 800-714-0303 to discuss compensation. Compensation for a person like this might exceed a hundred thousand dollars-even if they smoked cigarettes. The person we are trying to identify is well over 60 years old and their asbestos exposure took place prior to 1982. Compensation for a person like this might exceed $100,000-and the financial compensation claim does not involve suing the navy.

"We are also appealing to the family of a Navy Veteran or person who now has lung cancer and who had significant exposure to asbestos on a navy ship, submarine, or shipyard to please tell their loved one about the potential for financial compensation and to ask them to call the lawyers at Karst von Oiste at 800-714-0303 to assist. The lawyers at the law firm of Karst von Oiste have been assisting Navy Veterans and people with asbestos exposure lung cancer and mesothelioma for decades and they are responsible for over a billion dollars in compensation for people like this. What most Navy Veterans or people who now have lung cancer-and who had significant exposure to asbestos prior to 1982 do not realize is the $30 billion dollar-asbestos trust funds were set up for them too." www.karstvonoiste.com/

The Minnesota US Navy Veterans Lung Cancer Advocate’s free services are available to people with asbestos exposure lung cancer or mesothelioma in Minneapolis, Saint Paul, Rochester, Duluth, Bloomington, Brooklyn Park, Plymouth, Saint Cloud or anywhere in Minnesota. https://Minnesota.USNavyLungCancer.Com

High-risk work groups for exposure to asbestos in Minnesota include Veterans of the US Navy, a worker at one of dozens of power plants in Minnesota, factory workers, welders, millwrights, pipefitters, industrial workers, public utility workers, plumbers, electricians, boiler technicians, auto mechanics, machinists, iron ore miners, and construction workers. Typically, the exposure to asbestos occurred in the 1950’s, 1960’s, 1970’s, or 1980’s. www.karstvonoiste.com/

According to the American Cancer Society for nonsmokers who have been exposed to asbestos in their workplace the risk of lung cancer is five times that of unexposed workers. https://www.cdc.gov/cancer/lung/statistics/index.htm.

The US Navy Veterans Lung Cancer Advocate says, “If your husband, dad, coworker or neighbor has just been diagnosed with lung cancer and you know they had significant exposure to asbestos in the navy, at a shipyard or while working at a factory, at power plant, public utility, or as a plumber, electrician welder, mechanic or any kind of skilled trades group in any state please have them call us anytime at 800-714-0303. Most people like this never get compensated-even though the asbestos trust funds were set up for them too. We are trying to change this sad fact.” https://USNavyLungCancer.Com

States with the highest incidence of lung cancer include Kentucky, West Virginia, Maine, Tennessee, Mississippi, Ohio, Indiana, Louisiana, Arkansas, Missouri, North Carolina, Rhode Island, Alabama, and Delaware. www.karstvonoiste.com/

For more information about asbestos exposure please visit the NIH’s website on this topic:
https://www.cancer.gov/about-cancer/causes-prevention/risk/substances/asbestos/asbestos-fact-sheet.

Michael Thomas
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Virginia US Navy Veterans Mesothelioma Advocate Urges the Family of Navy Veteran with Mesothelioma in Virginia To Call Attorney Erik Karst of Karst von Oiste-Harder Working Lawyers-Better Compensation

"If you or your loved one has been diagnosed with mesothelioma, please call attorney Erik Karst of the law firm of Karst von Oiste at 800-714-0303. We think you will be glad you did.”

— Virginia US Navy Veterans Mesothelioma Advocate

NORFOLK , VIRGINIA, USA, August 11, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — The Virginia US Navy Veterans Mesothelioma Advocate says, "We are urging the family of a Navy Veteran or shipyard worker in Virginia who has just been diagnosed with mesothelioma or their wife, adult son or daughter to please call 800-714-0303 for direct access to attorney Erik Karst of the law firm of Karst von Oiste. Erik Karst is one of the nation's leading mesothelioma and he will be able to explain how the mesothelioma compensation process works over the phone and after some research give an estimate of what the financial compensation settlement might be. Frequently mesothelioma compensation claims can exceed a million dollars for US Navy Veterans. The average age for a person with mesothelioma is 72 years old and they typically will need the help of their family.

"Norfolk Virginia is the largest navy base in the world, and it has active shipyards. Attorney Erik Karst of the law firm of Karst von Oiste and his colleagues have been assisting Navy Veterans and shipyard workers with mesothelioma for decades and they are responsible for over a billion dollars in compensation for people like this. If you or your loved one has been diagnosed with mesothelioma, please call attorney Erik Karst of the law firm of Karst von Oiste at 800-714-0303. We think you will be glad you did." www.karstvonoiste.com/

The Virginia Mesothelioma Victims Center would like to emphasize theirs is a statewide initiative available to a diagnosed victim anywhere in Virginia including communities such as Norfolk, Virginia Beach, Chesapeake, Arlington, Richmond, Newport News, Hampton, Roanoke, or Portsmouth.

For the best possible mesothelioma treatment options in Virginia the Virginia Mesothelioma Victims Center strongly recommends the following heath care facilities with the offer to help a diagnosed victim, or their family get to the right physicians at each hospital.

Massey Cancer Center Richmond, Virginia: https://www.massey.vcu.edu/
* University of Virginia Cancer Center Charlottesville, Virginia: http://cancer.uvahealth.com/
High-risk work groups for exposure to asbestos in Virginia include Veterans of the US Navy, power plant workers, Norfolk Navy shipyard workers, steel workers, factory workers, plumbers, welders, electricians, miners, auto mechanics, machinists, and construction workers. Virginia is home to the largest US Navy base in the United States, as well as one of the world’s largest shipyards. Typically, the exposure to asbestos occurred in the 1950’s, 1960’s, 1970’s, or 1980’s. http://Virginia.MesotheliomaVictimsCenter.Com

According to the CDC the states indicated with the highest incidence of mesothelioma include Maine, Massachusetts, Connecticut, Maryland, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Ohio, West Virginia, Virginia, Michigan, Illinois, Minnesota, Louisiana, Washington, and Oregon. www.karstvonoiste.com/

For more information about mesothelioma please refer to the National Institutes of Health’s web site related to this rare form of cancer: https://www.cancer.gov/types/mesothelioma.

Michael Thomas
Virginia US Navy Veterans Mesothelioma Advocate
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Fiske Hanley II, WWII Veteran, POW, American Hero dies at 100 leaving a legacy

Fiske Hanley II, WWII Veteran, POW, American Hero

Fiske Hanley II, WWII Veteran, POW, American Hero

Fiske Hanley II, WWII Veteran, POW

Fiske Hanley II, WWII Veteran, POW

Fiske Hanley II, WWII Veteran

Fiske Hanley II, WWII Veteran

Fiske Hanley II, POW Veteran

Fiske Hanley II, POW Veteran

Fiske Hanley II, POW Veteran and Iwo Jima Survivors

Fiske Hanley II, POW Veteran and Iwo Jima Survivors

Fiske Hanley II, WWII Veteran, POW, American Hero dies at 100 leaving a legacy.

He was a friend to many, a Hero to all”

— Myers Jackson

FORT WORTH, TEXAS, UNITED STATES, August 11, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Fiske Hanley II, WWII Veteran, POW, American Hero dies at 100

Early in the afternoon on Sunday, August 9th came the saddening news of the passing of one of our nation’s heroes and a dear friend, Fiske Hanley II.

Born in Brownwood, Texas and raised in Fort Worth, young Fiske Hanley spent his days dreaming of flying airplanes. Therefore, following graduation from Paschal High School in 1938 he went on to earn a bachelor's degree in Texas Tech’s new aeronautical engineering in 1943.

A year earlier he had received word he had been selected to serve in the Air Force although he was given allowance to graduate first. So following graduation In 1943 Fiske left for basic training in Boca Raton. There he would become commissioned a second lieutenant and assigned as a B-29 flight engineer with the 504th Bombardment Group (HV) .

Soon he was involved in bombing missions over Japan. Unfortunately, the seventh mission resulted in his plane being shot down. Sadly he did not parachute to safety. Instead he landed on Japanese soil being captured by the Japanese Kempeitai. Yet, he was not held prisoner as just a POW. He was considered a special prisoner of war because he was a flight engineer of the B-29 super fortress. 64 men from his mission joined him in the POW camp. In all, 2000 prisoners were held there.

For six grueling months Fiske suffered at the hands of the Kempeitai. He endured severe starvation seeing as how special prisoners received less rations than POW’s. In addition to torture, he received no clothing, no personal hygiene products and no medical care. Many times Fiske wondered why he was chosen to survive while so many perished. He continued to survive 14 different situations which should have killed him.

“Once even speaking with a preacher at a church he had spoken at. That preacher told him, ‘because God wanted you to tell what happened and that is what you are doing, Mr. Hanley,’” said Mark Donahew, President of Roll Call in Fort Worth where Fiske was a member. Of the 2000 prisoners with him, only 60 survived to walk out the day they were liberated on August 29, 1945.

After returning home Fiske would become employed for General Dynamics as an engineer. He would remain with the company until his retirement 44 years later. Also after returning home he experienced Post Traumatic Stress Disorder in the form of nightmares that haunted him in the middle of the night. As a means of dealing Fiske would resort to putting those terrors his mind was revisiting onto paper. The resulting product would be his first book “Accused American War Criminal”.

In fact, the first time I met Fiske Hanley, I was at the Sky Ball, an event sponsored by the Air Power Council in Fort Worth, another in which he was a member. I remember looking at an auction item of a photo of General Douglas MCArthur. From behind me came a voice saying, “I don’t like that man (he actually said SOB), but I sure like your hat,” as I turned around. Turns out it was Fiske Hanley. Fiske despised McArthur for wanting to keep the POW’s for a longer period of time. Each time I saw Fiske afterward I was greeted with a warm smile. He enjoyed sharing his war stories with any who would listen. I loved listening to them! He would grab the attention of those listening, young and old, as he told his stories with such intensity.

Recently he and I, working with his longtime friends Brent Casey and Mark Donahew, had created a challenge coin which included his photo one one side the B-29 on one the other. Knowing that Fiske Hanley did not have a challenge coin of his own, it was my hope to get this coin produced and to him this month for the 75th liberation anniversary. It was important to me that I be able to place this in the hand of an American Hero!

It comes with great sadness to learn of Fiske’s passing earlier today. Though having known him only a short while, I know without a doubt that he was a friend, unwavering in his willingness to help others. His daughter is planning a private ceremony at Greenwood for family and close friends.

Myers Jackson is a United States Marine Corps Veteran and the CEO of the USVET.fund Inc. He supports Veterans and Veteran Organizations in fundraising efforts in the United States. ###

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ROA Henry J. Reilly Scholarship Recipients Announced

Supporting the educational goals of these outstanding scholars selected for this year’s Henry J. Reilly Scholarships brings ROA pride and appreciation.”

— ROA National President Col. Judith Davenport, U.S. Army (Ret.)

WASHINGTON, DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, UNITED STATES, August 10, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Today the Reserve Officers Association of the United States, now doing business as the Reserve Organization of America, announced this year’s 20 Henry J. Reilly Scholarship recipients, who will each receive $2,500 toward their studies.

“Supporting the educational goals of these outstanding scholars selected for this year’s Henry J. Reilly Scholarships brings ROA pride and appreciation,” said ROA’s national president, Col. Judith Davenport, U.S. Army (Ret.). “We wish them great success as they go forward into a future of potential secured by those who serve our nation in uniform.”

Scholarship recipients will attend institutions of higher learning including College of Wooster, Georgia Institute of Technology-Main Campus, Liberty University, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, North Carolina State University at Raleigh, Northeastern University, Oakland Community College, Pittsburg State University, St. Louis College of Pharmacy, Slippery Rock University of Pennsylvania, Syracuse University, Tufts University, University of Florida, University of Louisville, University of Michigan-Ann Arbor, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, University of Pennsylvania, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, and Xavier University.

“It is an honor to be a recipient of the Henry J. Reilly Scholarship and humbling to be selected alongside so many other talented students. I am excited to begin my journey with the Air Force and thankful to the ROA for providing me this opportunity to continue my studies into graduate school. This is a reminder that hard work and dedication pay off in the long run and that relentlessly pursuing your life's goals will bring you closer than you realize,” said Oscar Klempay, studying aerospace aeronautical at Georgia Institute of Technology-Main Campus

Recipients of the academic year 2020-2021 Henry J. Reilly Scholarships are (not all recipients released their names for publication):
Riley Beausoleil, Elizabethtown, Kentucky
Cutter Clayton-Delgado, Spring Lake, North Carolina
Reagan Cloutier, Escondido, California
Jacquelyne Friebis, Alexandria, Virginia
Grady Fort, Lusby, Maryland
Katherine Gora Combs, Cary, North Carolina
Mitchell Harris, Collinsville, Illinois
Embry Imorde, Louisville, Kentucky
Caleb Keilen, West Bloomfield, Michigan
Oscar Klempay, New Hartford, New York
Elaine Kramer, Goodson, Missouri
Andrew Lagrotta, Ormond Beach, Florida
Amanda Langston, Navarre, Florida
Dylan Miller, Raymond, Maine
William Nolan, Gambrills, Maryland
Marshall Scantlin, Honolulu, Hawaii
Garren Snow, Salem, Virginia
Emily Weaver, Mount Morris, New York

“I am so grateful for the Henry J. Reilly Scholarship Program’s unwavering support of higher education and my selection to receive this prestigious award. As a graduate student in public health, I value the field’s celebration of service as the foundation of progress and its emphasis on eliminating health disparities. Thank you for supporting my goal to work with communities both locally and globally to improve health for all,” said Katherine Gora Combs, studying public health-health behavior at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

ROA congratulates these exemplary scholars and wishes them success in their studies and the pursuit of their dreams.

Henry J. Reilly Scholarships are awarded for vocational, undergraduate, and graduate studies on a competitive basis of academics, leadership and service, and potential for contribution to society. They are funded within the ROA’s STARs Foundation, a 501(c)3 non-profit organization. STARs supports the work of the ROA to enhance the security of the nation by sustaining a strong Reserve force and supporting citizen-warriors and their families who serve our country so faithfully. Scholarship applicants must be members of ROA or direct family members.

Brig. Gen. Henry J. Reilly was ROA’s first president; an artillery officer, he commanded an infantry brigade in the 42nd “Rainbow” Infantry Division in World War I. He helped Gen. John “Black Jack” Pershing found the Reserve Officers Association of the United States in 1922, to support a strong national defense in response to precipitous post-war reductions in the military. After military service, General Reilly was a journalist, historian, and lifelong proponent of education.

ROA, whose membership is open to all ranks, received its congressional charter in 1950 and is the only national organization with an exclusive focus on support of the nation’s uniformed reserve components: the National Guard, Army Reserve, Navy Reserve, Marine Corps Reserve, Air Force Reserve, Coast Guard Reserve; and the reserve components of the U.S. Public Health Service and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.

The Henry J. Reilly Memorial Library and Scholarship Fund is a 501(c)3 charitable organization (EIN 52-6056998) funded by donations, which can be mailed to ROA Headquarters at 1 Constitution Avenue NE, Washington, DC 20002, or made online at https://roa.site-ym.com/donations/. Donations are tax-deductible to the extent permitted by law.

For information about ROA, please go to www.ROA.org.

Maj. Gen. Jeffrey Phillips
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Choosing the right sensors for Surveillance Drones

sensors for surveillance drones

Surveillance Sensor Tactical Gimbal

COMPARISON of DIFFERENT SENSORS for SURVEILLANCE AND SECURITY DRONES: (OPTICAL VS THERMAL VS SAR)

CAPE TOWN, SOUTH AFRICA, August 10, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Recent advances have made a variety of powerful technologies available on low altitude drones, which are perfect for Surveillance Security missions, whether they be Surveillance Drones for Police, Military or Government Applications.

THE IMPORTANCE OF SENSORS IN SURVEILLANCE OPERATIONS
Drone Surveillance operations are by nature fluid and can change at a moment’s notice. The demands of the situation can demand change not only in flight-plan, but also in the deployment mode of onboard sensors. Sensors that proven themselves powerful and flexible enough for Surveillance Security operations include Infrared, Optical and SAR (Synthetic Aperture Radar) sensors.

DRI (Detection, Recognition, Identification) resolution criteria often used for Drone Surveillance operations. Resolution for thermal cameras and optical IP cameras are measured differently. Thermal cameras and optical cameras use totally different technology.

Thermal Cameras
The performance of a thermal camera is defined by line pairs. The thermal cameras provide images based on the heat energy (Infra-Red) emitted by the object. To Detect an Object 1.0 Cycles on Target are required but to Identify a Member of Class 6.4 Cycles on Target is required for Optical Cameras.

Optical IP Cameras
IP camera resolution performance is defined by the number of pixels in the sensor, with reference to the ability to identify a person. The optical camera provides an image from the light reflecting off the object. Optical IP cameras provide color images, and this can help identify or recognize the object. They will switch to monochrome or black-white when it gets very dark. IP cameras use the pixel count to measure resolution. This provides a more defined way of determining what detail can be seen. To Detect a person 1.6pixels per feet are required and to Identify a person about 40 pixels are required across the face.

Comparison of Thermal and Optical Technology
The optical IP cameras provide better detail than thermal cameras because they provide color video rather than the false color provided by monochrome thermal cameras. Color provides much more information and makes it easier to identify things. Since, the thermal cameras use heat energy from the target, they can operate in total darkness, while optical cameras require some light source.

Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR)
Lowering cost electronics are just beginning to make SAR technology economical for smaller scale uses at altitudes much closer to points of interest.
SAR provides broad-area imaging at high resolutions whether at night or during inclement weather. SAR systems take advantage of the long-range propagation characteristics of radar signals and the complex information processing capability of modern digital electronics to provide high resolution imagery. SAR complements photographic and other optical imaging capabilities because it is not limited by the time of day or atmospheric conditions and because of the unique responses of terrain and cultural targets to radar frequencies.

SAR is a mode run by a conventional radar system that is moving to artificially create a representation of an extremely large antenna with the help of clever signal processing. SAR techniques are used to achieve much greater angular antenna resolution, which can be used to generate highly detailed maps in situations and conditions when optical and infrared cameras or sensors are not adequate. Creating 2-D and 3-D images from radar reflections off the ground makes SAR ideal for identifying targets the size of a human body.

SAR relies on radio or microwaves rather than visible light and can see through haze, clouds, and even thick forest canopies.

‘Noisy’ cluttered environments and weather conditions
Long-range ground targets are difficult to detect in a noisy cluttered environment. To overcome these synthetic aperture radar (SAR) images or infrared (IR) images are frequently used.

SAR can measure the electromagnetic scattering property of targets under any weather and light conditions. This method is used frequently to detect distant targets because it provides strong radar cross section (RCS) values and shape information of targets referred to as RCS signatures as opposed to the thermal signatures in the IR case. While both sensors have day and night capabilities the SAR sensor has weather-independency compared to the IR sensors that are strongly affected by weather conditions.
Foliage, Ground and Flame Penetration
Synthetic aperture radars further also offer the capability for penetrating materials, which are optically opaque and thus not visible by optical or IR techniques. Low-frequency SARs may be used under certain conditions to penetrate foliage and even soil. This provides the capability for imaging targets, normally hidden by trees, brush, and other ground cover.

Detecting the human body
The human body emits a narrow range of Infra-Red radiation and IR has been the go-to sensor for detecting humans. However the size of the human body is more in the range wave lengths of Radio or Microwaves making them ideal for detection by radar energy.
Using the strong Radar Cross Section (RCS) values of the human body and with complex SAR signal processing, it is possible to identify targets with a 100% accuracy.

IMAGE SIGNATURES AT REMOTE SENSING ALTITUDES

IR/Thermal
At remote sensing altitudes, the visual thermal signatures of people, animals, hot rocks or terrain would look exactly the same, with no way of distinguishing between them.

SAR
Whereas with SAR, from the same perspective, the preset RCS signatures along with the radio waves used, and signal processing software, enabled by the right learning software (AI), you will not only be able to automatically recognize a human, but with incremental values of SAR, also differentiate amongst various individuals.

Operating Modes for SAR
Using ground/dismount moving target indicator, and maritime wide area search modes to locate moving vehicles, to very slow-moving vehicles and people on foot, and detects ship and boat traffic in various sea states; to provide the wide-area coverage, and then allow for cross-cue to a narrow field-of-view (FOV) electro-optical/infrared (EO/IR) sensor.

Airborne Drones is a specialist manufacturer of long range Surveillance Drones for Military, Police Surveillance Drones, or Government Surveillance Drones.

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Nevada Mesothelioma Victims Center Urges the Family of a Navy Veteran Who Has Mesothelioma Anywhere in Nevada to Call Attorney Erik Karst of Karst von Oiste to Discuss Compensation That Might Exceed $1,000,000

"Please call attorney Erik Karst at 800-714-0303 so at a minimum you can get a no obligation consultation-from someone who knows what they are talking about when it comes to mesothelioma compensation.”

— Nevada Mesothelioma Compensation Center

LAS VEGAS, NEVADA, USA, August 10, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — The Nevada Mesothelioma Victims Center is urging the family of a Navy Veteran who has just been diagnosed with mesothelioma in Nevada to please call attorney Erik Karst the founding partner at the law firm of Karst von Oiste. Erik Karst and his colleagues at the law firm of Karst von Oiste have been assisting Navy Veterans with mesothelioma for decades and they are responsible for over a billion dollars for people like this. If a Navy Veteran with mesothelioma in Nevada or their family desires the best possible financial compensation settlement results-please call attorney Erik Karst of Karst von Oiste at 800-714-0303 to discuss what is involved in a mesothelioma compensation claim.

"Financial compensation for a Navy Veteran with mesothelioma might exceed a million dollars for someone who was in the navy for three or four years. For an individual who spent their career in the navy mesothelioma compensation might be in the millions of dollars. If you are a Navy Veteran with recently diagnosed mesothelioma and you live in Nevada or you are their family member please call attorney Erik Karst at the law firm of Karst von Oiste at 800-714-0303. We know that because of the Coronavirus many people with mesothelioma are putting their compensation on hold-please-don't-do this. Please call attorney Erik Karst so at a minimum you can get a no obligation consultation-from someone who knows what they are doing when it comes to mesothelioma compensation." www.karstvonoiste.com/

The Nevada Mesothelioma Victims Center wants to emphasize their unsurpassed services for a diagnosed victim are available statewide anywhere in Nevada including communities such as Las Vegas, Reno, Carson City, Paradise, and Enterprise. https://Nevada.MesotheliomaVictimsCenter.Com

In addition to their focus on making certain all diagnosed victims get the best possible mesothelioma compensation lawyers the Nevada Mesothelioma Victims Center is also focused on the best possible medical treatment options. In the instance of Nevada some of the best possible treatment facilities may be in California, or Utah as the Center would like to explain:

* Comprehensive Cancer Clinic Las Vegas Nevada: https://www.cccnevada.com/

* UCLA Medical Center Los Angeles, California: https://cancer.ucla.edu/

The Huntsman Cancer Institute Salt Lake City, Utah: https://healthcare.utah.edu/huntsmancancerinstitute/

High-risk work groups for exposure to asbestos in Nevada include Veterans of the US Navy, former power plant workers, shipyard workers, oil refinery workers, steel mill workers, miners, factory workers, miners, plumbers, electricians, auto mechanics, machinists, casino maintenance workers, and construction workers. Typically, the exposure to asbestos occurred in the 1950’s, 1960’s, 1970’s, or 1980’s, and typically the exposure to asbestos did not occur in Nevada. https://Nevada.MesotheliomaVictimsCenter.Com

According to the CDC the states indicated with the highest incidence of mesothelioma include Maine, Massachusetts, Connecticut, Maryland, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Ohio, West Virginia, Virginia, Michigan, Illinois, Minnesota, Louisiana, Washington, and Oregon. www.karstvonoiste.com/

For more information about mesothelioma please refer to the National Institutes of Health’s web site related to this rare form of cancer: https://www.cancer.gov/types/mesothelioma

Michael Thomas
Nevada Mesothelioma Victims Center
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Abside Networks Selects Amarisoft’s High Performance LTE Software Suite for New eNodeB for LTE Private Networks

Abside Networks Gen3 LTE eNB powered by Amarisoft’s software technology and serving non-3GPP frequencies

Abside Networks Gen3 LTE eNB powered by Amarisoft’s software technology and serving non-3GPP frequencies

Abside Networks, Inc. released its 3rd generation LTE eNB powered by Amarisoft’s software technology & operates in specialized, non-3GPP frequency LTE networks.

CONCORD, MASSACHUSETTS, UNITED STATES, August 10, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Abside Networks, Inc. announced the release of its 3rd generation LTE eNodeB system powered by Amarisoft’s 4G software technology. The Bastion Gen3 LTE eNB is designed to operate in specialized, non-3GPP frequency LTE networks and Amarisoft 4G software is designed to allow operation on non-standard frequencies. The robust design of the Bastion Gen3 eNB combined with the customizations of Amarisoft have resulted in a high-performance solution that is now available to Abside’s private LTE customers. The Bastion Gen3 eNB is a highly integrated multi-band product designed to replace the non-homogenous technologies currently used in defense, PMR, and private network ecosystems.

“We are pleased to introduce the new Bastion Gen3 that supports non-3GPP LTE frequency ranges of 1780 to 1850 MHz, 2200 to 2290 MHz, and 4400 to 5000 MHz from a single RRH with a completely integrated antenna. Amarisoft has been instrumental in enabling LTE features which are usually left aside by other LTE software vendors; this enabled Abside to deliver fully compliant LTE solutions tailored to our customers’ missions,” said Laurent Perraud, Abside CEO. “The new Bastion Gen3 features 760 MHz of total addressable spectrum across 14 custom non-3GPP LTE bands from a single SKU item. This, plus powerful software upgrades provided by Amarisoft including both FDD and TDD operation across all three frequency ranges, makes Bastion Gen3 eNB our most capable eNB ever and is ready to serve our government agency customers in PMR, defense, and private networks.”

“Amarisoft 4G software technology brought the required flexibility to Abside to accelerate its roadmap and ensure the quality of its product” said Franck Spinelli, Amarisoft CEO. “A smooth journey from prototyping to the product is the commitment of Amarisoft to its successful customers.”

The Abside Networks’ Bastion Gen3 eNB is the second LTE infrastructure device to come to mass-market via the Abside/Amarisoft collaboration. The Bastion Gen3 eNB is a robust (+2 Watt / +33 dBm) ruggedized IP65, extended temperature (70℃) eNB operating across 750+ MHz of non-3GPP bands in either FDD or TDD modes and supporting LTE standard bandwidths of 1.4, 3, 5, 10, 15, and 20 MHz. Bastion Gen3 is also designed to counter interferences from challenging radio environments. The Bastion Gen3 supports peak data rates of DL 150 Mbps with 2X2 MIMO and UL 50 Mbps with 1X2 MIMO within a single sector. Additionally, Bastion Gen3 is fully interoperable with Ravelin, the Abside uE that also supports non-3GPP LTE frequency ranges of 1780 to 1850 MHz, 2200 to 2290 MHz, and 4400 to 5000 MHz for a combination of 760 MHz of total addressable spectrum across 14 custom non-3GPP LTE bands in either FDD or TDD modes.

The Bastion Gen3 is based on Amarisoft’s 4G software technology that has proven its stability over the last 5 years. The combination of Abside knowhow and Amarisoft’s experts shows how a full software based solution can be effective, fast, flexible, and reliable.

About Amarisoft
Amarisoft is delighted to bring some affordable and very high quality solutions to the 4G/5G community to unleash creativity and ultimately expand communications among people. Accessible technology is the bedrock of success stories. Our goal is to develop a technology that significantly improves the life of as many people as possible no matter where they are located. We are working on helping companies of all sizes to become players in mobile networks of existing and next generations. Visit Amarisoft online at www.amarisoft.com.

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About Abside Networks
Founded in September of 2012, Abside has developed and delivered multiple generations of LTE communications systems. Their mission is to become a major supplier of private wireless network equipment specializing in non-3GPP frequencies. Abside began with specialized designs of custom RF front-ends for 4G LTE base stations for customers deploying public networks. Abside then developed its own end-to-end product lines, targeting private networks with specialized and non-3GPP 4G LTE products. Abside Networks is based in Concord, MA, USA. Visit Abside online at www.abside-networks.com.

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Maryland US Navy Veterans Mesothelioma Advocate Appeals to a Navy Veteran with Mesothelioma in Maryland or Their Family to Call Attorney Erik Karst of Karst von Oiste-Get Accelerated Compensation Results

"The Advocate is appealing to a Navy Veteran with recently diagnosed mesothelioma in Maryland or their family to please call attorney Erik Karst of the law firm of Karst von Oiste at 800-714-0303. ”

— Maryland US Navy Veterans Mesothelioma Advocate

BALTIMORE , MARYLAND, USA, August 10, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — The Maryland US Navy Veterans Mesothelioma Advocate is appealing to a Navy Veteran with recently diagnosed mesothelioma in Maryland or their immediate family to please call attorney Erik Karst of the law firm of Karst von Oiste at 800-714-0303. Rather than wasting time ordering a 'free' booklet about a cancer you already have-please call Erik to discuss how the financial compensation process works and what will be involved. Erik Karst might be able to accelerate compensation for a Navy Veteran with mesothelioma. Because of the Coronavirus there is a good chance people with mesothelioma in Maryland were initially diagnosed with COVID-19. Mesothelioma and Coronavirus share similar symptoms. The average age for a person with mesothelioma in the US is 72 years old.

The Advocate says, "We have enthusiastically endorsed Erik Karst of the law firm of Karst von Oiste because he and his colleagues have been assisting Navy Veterans and people with mesothelioma for decades and they are responsible for over a billion dollars in financial compensation for people like this. Before a Navy Veteran or person with mesothelioma in Maryland and their family retain the services of a Navy Veteran or person with mesothelioma in Maryland please call attorney Erik Karst at 800-714-0303. We think you will be glad you did." www.karstvonoiste.com/

The Maryland Mesothelioma Victims Center want’s efforts for people with mesothelioma is a statewide initiative available to a diagnosed victim anywhere in Maryland including communities such as Baltimore, Frederick, Gaithersburg, Bowie, Rockville, Hagerstown, or Annapolis.
https://Maryland.MesotheliomaVictimsCenter.Com

For the best possible mesothelioma treatment options in Maryland the Maryland Mesothelioma Victims Center strongly recommends the following heath care facilities with the offer to help a diagnosed victim, or their family get to the right physicians at these hospitals.

* Sidney Kimmel Comprehensive Cancer Center at Johns Hopkins Baltimore, Maryland:
https://www.hopkinsmedicine.org/kimmel_cancer_center/
* University of Maryland Marlene and Stewart Greenebaum Cancer Center Baltimore, Maryland: https://umm.edu/programs/cancer

High-risk work groups for exposure to asbestos in Maryland include US Navy Veterans, power plant workers, shipyard workers, manufacturing workers, plumbers, electricians, auto mechanics, machinists, or construction workers. Typically, the exposure to asbestos occurred in the 1960’s, 1970’s, or 1980’s. https://Maryland.MesotheliomaVictimsCenter.Com

According to the CDC the states indicated with the highest incidence of mesothelioma include Maine, Massachusetts, Connecticut, Maryland, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Ohio, West Virginia, Virginia, Michigan, Illinois, Minnesota, Louisiana, Washington, and Oregon. www.karstvonoiste.com/

For more information about mesothelioma please refer to the National Institutes of Health’s web site related to this rare form of cancer: https://www.cancer.gov/types/mesothelioma.

Michael Thomas
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WWII Warbirds to Participate in the Events Surrounding the 75th Commemoration of the End of World War II

75th Commemoration of the End of WWII

75th WWII Commemoration

Legacy of Peace Aerial Parades scheduled for August 29, 30 and September 2, the date of the official Commemoration Ceremony

HONOLULU, HAWAII, UNITED STATES, August 7, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — At a press conference held on August 5, 2020, Co-Chairs of the 75th Commemoration of the End of WWII announced the pending arrival of 14 classic combat aircraft slated to participate in Oahu flyovers as part of the commemoration events.

“Salute Their Service, Honor Their Hope” is the theme of the Commemoration in Hawaii in recognition of the veterans and civilians who participated in WWII and contributed to the actions that led to the end of the war. The 75th Commemoration of the End of WWII will include three Legacy of Peace Aerial Parades and will culminate with the Official 75th WWII Commemoration Ceremony on September 2. Flyovers of the Warbirds will include: Around Oahu (August 29), Connecting the Military Bases (August 30) and Fly Over the Battleship Missouri Memorial, Pearl Harbor to Waikiki (September 2). The Commemoration is supported in part by the generosity of sponsors including the national presenting sponsor, Linda Hope who represents the Bob Hope Legacy as part of the Bob & Dolores Hope Foundation.

"We are honored to join the State of Hawaii in supporting the 75th Commemoration series of events. The World War II Warbird aerial performances are a symbolic reminder of our Greatest Generation's will and determination that ultimately led to victory. Indeed, the legacy of our World War II heroes lives on in the Pacific," said ADM Phil Davidson, Commander of U.S. Indo-Pacific Command.

At the press conference, organizers provided updates on the 75th Commemoration events, as well as detailed measures that will be implemented to ensure the safety of WWII veterans and their guardians; Warbird crews; Hawaii, U.S. and Foreign dignitaries; media; and our community. For our WWI veterans and their guardians joining us from the U.S. Mainland or the Neighbor Islands, Southwest Airlines is our exclusive airline partner.

75th Commemoration Committee Co-Chairs, Maj Gen Darryll Wong, USAF (Ret) and Capt Steve Colón, USN (Ret) were joined by committee members, all of whom have worked diligently to create commemoration programs and events to honor the heroes of our Greatest Generation who fought on the battlefield and served on the home front.

“This 75th WWII Commemoration is especially significant because of the role all of our islands played in the efforts to help bring global peace, and our historic connections with the military, then and now,” stated Co-Chairs Maj Gen Darryll Wong, USAF (Ret) and Capt Steve Colón, USN (Ret). “Our primary efforts are focused on WWII veterans from around the islands and outside Hawaii, who are passionate and driven to be here to commemorate the end of WWII 75 years ago.”

Some details about the herculean efforts from multiple civilian and military organizations to coordinate, manage and transport the Warbirds to Hawaii were shared. More information about each aircraft, owners, pilots, and images will soon be available on the official commemoration website.

“For many of our WWII veterans, these Warbirds hold very special significance, unleashing memories that, in many cases, they never shared,” stated Elissa Lines, Executive Director of Pearl Harbor Aviation Museum. “To have these Warbirds in Hawaii, flying over the very deck of the USS Missouri where the Instrument of Surrender was signed on September 2, 1945 ending this global conflict, to honor all WWII veterans, is a tribute that will live on in the hearts of all who see it. We can’t thank the DoD and our U.S. Navy enough for making this possible.”

The Warbirds arriving in Honolulu on August 10 are:

A North American SNJ/AT- 6 Texan which was the most widely used advanced training aircraft in the allied inventory and will be piloted by John Johnson. Four AT-6 Texans will be piloted by Kim Middleton, Jason Karlin, Joe Fisher, and Bruce Graham.

A North American B-25 Mitchell owned by David Prescott, represents a medium bomber used by almost all allied air forces. B-25 bombers were used in the famous Doolittle Raid on Tokyo.

Michael Polley will pilot a Grumman FM2 Wildcat that was a carrier and land-based fighter flown by the U.S. Navy and Marines in battles such as Guadalcanal, the Coral Sea, Midway and the Solomons.

A Grumman F8F Bearcat, owned by John O’Connor was the next generation of Grumman, and is still considered one of the foremost piston-engine fighter designs of the WWII era.

A Boeing-Stearman Model 75 was the type of aircraft most widely used primary training aircraft in WWII. More than 10,000 units were built. Later, many civilians purchased them to use them for crop dusting and aerobatic demonstrators. Dustin Mosher will fly the Stearman.

Grumman TBM Avenger, brought into service in 1942, Avengers were the primary US Navy torpedo bombers in WWII and were used for the first time Battle of Midway is provided by Bruce Graham.

Kendall Wagner will fly a North American P-51 Mustang which excelled as a long-range, high altitude bomber escort. The Mustang became well-known for escorting the bombers over Europe and was one of the first escorts over Berlin. It was also the favored fighter of the 332nd Fighter Group of the famed Tuskegee Airmen.

Two Consolidated/Boeing Canada PBY Catalina, made possible by Cory Pfaff and John O’Connor were primarily used for long range patrol and reconnaissance missions, anti-submarine warfare, as well as search and rescue. 33 of these aircraft were destroyed during the attack on Pearl Harbor, leaving only 6 serviceable aircraft by the end of Dec. 7.

A new type of trainer emerged following WWII, as our air technology exploded. A piston engine aircraft used by the U.S. Air Force and the U.S. Navy beginning in the 1950s, a North American T-28 Trojan was used as a trainer and has continued in civilian use as an aerobatics and warbird performer. Dan Hill will pilot the T-28.

More details and updates are available by visiting the official website at 75thwwiicommemoration.org

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