Global Optical Design Software Market 2020 Technological Strategies, Business Advancements and Top-Vendor Landscape by 2025

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Dec 02, 2020 (CDN Newswire via Comtex) —
Global Optical Design Software Market 2020 by Company, Type and Application, Forecast to 2025 describes an in-depth evaluation and the essential aspects of the market presenting information regarding the emerging opportunities in the market. The report offers an analysis of market factors, industry trends, market dynamics, leading players, and their limitations. The report provides an overview of market definitions, scope, application, segmentation, share, revenue status and outlook, market drivers, production status, and outlook. The report displays emerging trends along with major drivers, challenges, and opportunities in the global Optical Design Software market. Market share data are available at global and regional levels. Analysts understand the competitive forces and provide competitive analysis for each competitor separately. Key segments covered in this report: geography segment, end use/application segment, and competitor segment.

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ARCO Design/Build Indianapolis’ Continued Market Growth Necessitates New Office Expansion

INDIANAPOLIS, Dec. 2, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — ARCO Design/Build (ARCO) Indianapolis’ continued growth in the light industrial construction industry has necessitated the move to a new office location. The Indianapolis office was established as an extension of the award-winning national design-build firm ARCO.  

We leverage our national presence for our clients, while providing them the personalized attention of a small company.

“We’re extremely proud of our growth as a company that’s based in the Midwest but services clients nationally,” adds Ben Titus, CEO and President of ARCO Indianapolis. “Focusing on our design-build delivery has grown our business from a traditional industrial box builder to our delivery of pharmaceuticals, life sciences and manufacturing facilities. Today, we are the design-build contractor of choice in Indianapolis, and we are known across the nation as an industry leader.”

ARCO’s specialty in light industrial and commercial design-build construction projects supports a variety

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36-bed student apartment development proposed on Ann Arbor’s Main Street

ANN ARBOR, MI — Two houses on Ann Arbor’s Main Street are proposed to be demolished to make way for a 36-bed apartment building catering to University of Michigan students.

The city’s Planning Commission voted 6-0 Tuesday night, Dec. 1, to recommend City Council approve the development.

The project is proposed on the east side of Main Street, just south of Davis Avenue and south of downtown.

Two-story rental houses at 907 and 913 S. Main St. would be torn down and replaced by a three-story, 13,467-square-foot building containing six six-bedroom apartments.

The project is allowed under the existing multi-family zoning, maxing out a 30-foot height limit.

Each of the tri-level units would include six bathrooms, two kitchens and two living areas.

Commission Chair Sarah Mills complimented the development team on what she considered a super creative and smart design, making special note of the dual kitchens.

Commissioner Alex Milshteyn

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El Pollo Loco Unveils New L.A. Mex Restaurant Design with Enhanced Off-Premise Convenience and … | Money

The restaurant designs share an enhanced digitized experience – including cubbies for mobile to-go orders, a double drive-thru with digital menu boards, and GPS-enabled curbside pick-up, all integrated with the company’s dynamic and versatile mobile app.

To honor the brand’s heritage and highlight what makes El Pollo Loco so unique, subtle brand cues permeate throughout the entire restaurant, from the cleaver door handles (which is a nod to the fact that all chicken is cut to order) to the turning fork chandeliers (which repurposes a tool of trade used by the brand’s skilled Grill Masters). Similarly, murals, imagery and city maps evoking the brand’s 40-year Los Angeles hometown roots on the interior and exterior walls.

“Where you will see our commitment to design manifest itself in the most dramatic of ways is with our new restaurant of the future,” said Brian Carmichall, Chief Development Officer at El Pollo Loco. “To

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Egg Harbor convenience store sold for new condo and retail development


EGG HARBOR – The way is clear for a new condominium/retail mixed-use development downtown, after the sale of a longstanding business and its 97-year-old stone building was recently finalized.

Mueller’s Mini Mart convenience store is now closed, and its building will be retained and upgraded following its sale to The Residences of Egg Harbor, LLC, a consortium of four brokers and developers with Creative Business Services/CBS-Global in Green Bay.

Developers Tom Martin, Michael Schwantes and Bob Wolter of Green Bay-based Creative Business Services/CBS-Global completed their purchase of Mueller’s Mini Mart convenience store in Egg Harbor, with plans to redevelop the property into condominiums and retail space under the name The Residences of Egg Harbor. Shown from left in front of the store are Bob Mueller, Jr., Schwantes, Mary Mueller, Wolter and Martin. (Photo: Courtesy Creative Building Services)

The original proposal for The Residences, announced in January, called for a

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Valneva Announces Acceleration of Pediatric Development for Lyme Disease Vaccine Candidate


  • Phase 2 study VLA15-221 planned to be initiated in Q1 2021, subject to regulatory approval
    • First clinical study of VLA15 that includes a pediatric population, aged 5-17 years
    • Study will include participants from 5-65 years of age and a reduced immunization schedule (Month 0-6 compared to Month 0-2-6)
    • The study will trigger a milestone payment, upon dosing of the first subject, from Pfizer to Valneva of $10 million
  • Phase 3 pivotal efficacy trial is planned to commence in 2022

Saint-Herblain (France), December 2, 2020 – Valneva SE (“Valneva”), a specialty vaccine company focused on prevention of diseases with major unmet needs, today announced its plans to accelerate pediatric development of its Lyme vaccine candidate, VLA15, in collaboration with Pfizer Inc. (NYSE: PFE), with the planned initiation of study VLA15-221 in the first quarter of 2021, subject to regulatory approval.

VLA15-221 is planned as a randomized, observer-blind, placebo-controlled Phase 2 study.

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Wondershare Mockitt: Scale Your Design Thinking.

“Wondershare always focuses on delivering real value. Our objective here was to create an easier design process so work can be done faster without compromising quality or creativity,” said Tobee Wu, CEO of Wondershare. “I’m proud to see this software helping professionals express their ideas more vividly.”

Here’s some of what Mockitt has to offer:

  • Fast Prototyping: create quickly in an intuitive interface. Quality prototypes are possible in as little as 10 minutes.
  • Powerful Cloud Service Infrastructure: loud-based prototyping means you can test, share, and gather feedback faster while saving data.
  • Quality Design Resources: access over 500 icons, components, screens and templates. Adding more resources all the time.
  • Synchronous Tasks: 128-bit SSL protocol for data transmission encryption and multi-level disaster recovery backup.
  • Strong Teamwork Support: comment and share feedback with team members in real-time.
  • Multi-level Permission Management: ensure the privacy of projects.
  • Access Previous Versions: it’s easy to
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SutimCo Inc: New Software Development and Business acquisition Secured Encryption Software Acquisition and Developments

DALLAS, Dec. 2, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — SutimCo Inc. (OTC PK: SUTI) (“The Company”) The company is pleased to announce updates to the new business plan and a master development program for 2020 and 2021.

Online identity theft is a multi-billion-dollar problem. According to some sources it’s around $16,000,000,000 and over 650,000 cases in 2019/2020. When researching the problem, it becomes very apparent why it’s such a massive problem and why it hasn’t got better.

Sutimco International Inc. has acquired technology that could change the game forever. This technology is groundbreaking and patent pending. The acquired technology addresses 3 specific areas of why identity is stolen: how data is collected, stored, and retrieved.

When your data is gathered by Sutimco, it will be encrypted with an image-based, dynamically driven 2048+ bit next-generation blockchain encryption prior to it ever being submitted through a network or system, once the data arrives at

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BMW R18-based ‘Transcontinental’ under development: What to expect from this full-size bagger!

BMW Motorrad seems to be working on a full-sized bagger and in most certainty, it will be called the Transcontinental. Here’s what all to expect and how it will look like.

BMW Transcontinental (Image source:


BMW is working on a new full-sized bagger motorcycle and the same might be called Transcontinental. Even before BMW officially revealed the R18, leaked design drawings on the web suggested that the company is working on two bikes on the same platform out of which one is a cruiser while the other one, a bagger. That said, the Transcontinental will be the other bike that we mentioned. The company has recently applied for European trademark rights for ‘Transcontinental’ name. Some patent images, courtesy Bennetts, have now leaked on the web revealing many details. The tubular steel frame on the bike looks updated while the bodywork is completely different than the R18. Upfront, one can

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AI makes huge progress predicting how proteins fold – one of biology’s greatest challenges

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A “deep learning” software program from Google-owned lab DeepMind showed great progress in solving one of biology’s greatest challenges – understanding protein folding.

Protein folding is the process by which a protein takes its shape from a string of building blocks to its final three-dimensional structure, which determines its function.

By better predicting how proteins take their structure, or “fold,” scientists can more quickly develop drugs that, for example, block the action of crucial viral proteins.

Solving what biologists call “the protein-folding problem” is a big deal. Proteins are the workhorses of cells and are present in all living organisms. They are made up of long chains of amino acids and are vital for the structure of cells and communication between them as well as regulating all of

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