Clayco Launches Design and Engineering Subsidiary to Provide Turnkey Industrial Project Delivery

Clayco Design & Engineering further integrates design-build services to manufacturing, process, food, and beverage projects.

CHICAGO (PRWEB) December 03, 2020

Clayco, a national leader in design, construction and commercial real estate, announced today the launch of Clayco Design & Engineering, the company’s newest business. This addition will enhance Clayco’s stong integrated design-build service offering and diversify the organization’s capabilities in delivery methods of manufacturing, process, food, and beverage plants.

“Each evolution in Clayco’s history has been a byproduct of carefully listening to our clients and crafting a solution to meet their greatest business needs,” said Anthony Johnson, President of Clayco’s Industrial Business Unit. “Our industrial customers are searching for innovative ways to get their products manufactured safer, faster, and more cost effectively. Clayco Design & Engineering is our personalized response to meet that specific need.”

Based in St. Louis, Clayco Design & Engineering is led by David Mills, a former

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Project Management Software Systems Market 2020 Definition and Business Operation Data Analysis by 2022

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New York, United States, Mon, 30 Nov 2020 02:27:45 / Comserve Inc. / — Since the onset of the millennium, the use of project management software systems in enterprises, both small and large has become the norm.

Since the onset of the millennium, the use of project management software systems in enterprises, both small and large has become the norm. Enterprises began to understand the varied benefits like efficiency, lower costs, better scalability and agility of project management software systems and thus the demand for project management software systems grew. The next big problem in front of the enterprises was to find the right fit for the enterprise that suited its requirements. There were many vendors and enterprises took time to figure out their right fit and this proved a challenge early on for the growth of

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Project Scheduling Software Market Share, By Product Analysis, Application, End-Use, Regional Outlook, Competitive Strategies & Forecast up to 2025

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Arm unleashes ‘Project Triffid’ to help deliver internet of things

The carnivorous triffid plant first entered the public imagination in John Wyndham’s science fiction novel in 1951. Almost 70 years later, the botanical predators have re-emerged as the inspiration behind battery-less sensors capable of delivering the internet of things (IoT).

“Project Triffid” was centre stage at Arm Holdings’ virtual developer conference in October as the UK-based chip designer discussed how its technology could be used beyond the low-power requirements of smartphone semiconductors in the virtually no-power world of IoT.

The inspiration came from radio-frequency identification (Rfid) tags — the billions of passive tags embedded in credit cards, supermarket shelves and pet collars that only wake up when passed over by a sensor that can read them.

Arm’s notion was that it could create a computational version of Rfid that could not only store data but use it. Power could be harnessed whenever a reader passed over the tag.

That would

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Defense Innovation Unit (DIU) Selects Immervision InnovationLab to Develop a Computer Vision Wide Angle Camera for the Blue UAS Framework Project

MONTREAL–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Immervision, the Montreal-based leader in wide-angle intelligent vision, today announced it has received an award from the Defense Innovation Unit (DIU), part of the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) for a Blue UAS Framework effort.

The Immervision InnovationLab team is developing a wide-angle computer vision camera for small Unmanned Aerial Systems (sUAS), enabling advanced low-light vision for Blue UAS Framework effort which provides affordable, trusted, high performing, and interoperable UAS drone technologies for commercial and defense applications.

“We are honored that the Defense Innovation Unit has chosen Immervision’s InnovationLab to create this innovative wide angle computer vision camera optimized for drones in low light vision and autonomous flight,” said Alessandro Gasparini, Executive Vice President, Operations and Chief Commercial Officer of Immervision. “Immervision’s technology has been widely adopted in aerospace, surveillance systems and for consumer electronics for over 20 years. We look forward to working with the DIU

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What is Chromium? A guide to Google’s open-source software project, which runs some of the world’s most popular internet browsers

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This computer is running Microsoft Edge, a Chromium-based browser. Microsoft

  • Chromium is an important piece of software that helps run some of the most popular internet browsers in the world, including Google Chrome and Microsoft Edge.
  • You can also download Chromium and use it as its own internet browser, but it’s not stable and is missing many of the features present in modern browsers.
  • Chromium is open-source, meaning that anyone can take the software and make their own program using it.
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Chromium, first released by Google in 2008, is one of the most popular software projects in the world. A vast majority of internet users use Chromium in some way — it’s the software unpinning both Google Chrome and Microsoft Edge.


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The reason that Chromium is so popular is that it’s open-source, meaning that anyone can use

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Uber Shops For Self-Driving Partners Or Even Selling Its Project

Reports in the last two weeks have suggested the Uber
is looking to bring in external partners for their “advanced technology group” or even selling it outright to Aurora, a leading startup. Uber ATG is one of the most unusual — and certainly most controversial — self-driving teams. Strangely, Uber is the company best poised to monetize robocar technology, but also in some ways the one for which ownership of the technology is least essential.

Former Uber CEO Travis Kalanick felt it was essential. Uber is in the business of selling rides (AB5 debate notwithstanding) and many people feel that the business of selling rides will be taken over by the robotaxi. As such it is indeed essential that Uber be on top of that transition. That’s why he started the ATG project, feeling that Uber must own that tech.

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Amazon is reportedly laying off dozens of employees working on its long-awaited drone project

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  • Amazon is reportedly laying off dozens of R&D and manufacturing staff working on its delivery drone service Amazon Prime Air, according to a Financial Times report.
  • The company is turning to two external manufacturers to build components for the drones, with additional deals potentially in the pipeline, a person familiar with Amazon’s plans told the paper.
  • Amazon’s drone deliveries are still “years away,” but development will “slowly but surely” progress in 2021, the person said.
  • Amazon Prime Air service, which has been in the works since 2013, received permission from the Federal Aviation Administration to start conducting delivery drone operations in August.
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Amazon is reportedly laying off dozens of staff working on its delivery drone project, Amazon Prime Air, turning to external manufacturers to help

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Alpha Lithium Hires Chemical Process Engineering Specialists to Advance Development at Tolillar Lithium Project

VANCOUVER, British Columbia, Nov. 18, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Alpha Lithium Corporation (TSX.V: ALLI) (OTC: ALLIF) (“Alpha” or the “Company”), sole owner of one of the last large, undeveloped salars in Argentina’s Lithium Triangle, is pleased to announce that it has signed an agreement with Beyond Lithium SA to provide in-house expertise regarding processing brine and direct lithium extraction (“DLE”) processes. This is an integral step towards the extraction and processing of brine from Alpha’s 100% owned, 27,500 hectare, Tolillar Salar.

Beyond Lithium consists of an internationally recognized team of chemical process engineers with decades of experience in advising and directing global leaders in the lithium sector. The principals of Beyond Lithium have previously worked extensively on high profile projects including SQM’s Atacama Project in Chile, Orocobre’s Salar de Olaroz Project, and Lithium America’s Salar de Cauchari Project, both in Argentina.

The principals of Beyond Lithium

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Landmarks Board Wants New Design For Crown Heights Hebron Project

CROWN HEIGHTS, BROOKLYN — The Landmarks Preservation Commission have asked developers of a controversial apartment building on the Hebron School campus to come back with a new design for the development.

Commission members agreed Tuesday that they would not vote on the Sterling Place proposal until developers come back with a revised architectural design for the project, which has sparked opposition from hundreds of neighbors given its plan to takeover a portion of the Hebron Seventh Day Adventist School campus.

The landmarks board — whose approval is needed given the landmarked designation of the Crown Heights site — were open to the idea of building something on the Hebron campus, but said the “mega-block” building proposed by architects wasn’t the right way to do so.

“Certainly this site can sustain a substantial amount of development, but this is not it in terms of height, in terms of massing,” Commissioner John

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