Gov. Wolf Recognizes Nurses at Penn State Health Milton S. Hershey Medical Center National Nurses Week Event

first_img Press Release,  Public Health Hershey, PA – Governor Tom Wolf today toured Penn State Health Milton S. Hershey Medical Center’s Neonatal Intensive Care Unit and Heart and Vascular Institute Critical Care Unit, meeting with nurses in those care areas and finishing the tour with remarks in support of all nurses.“Since its inception, nursing has been critical to the health and well-being of patients,” Gov. Wolf said. “Nurses tend wounds, administer medication, check vitals, perform exams, counsel patients, provide a shoulder to cry on, and so, so much more.“It’s an exhausting job, not just because some of you walk a marathon in a typical day, but because of the raw emotions you experience when you pour yourself into caring for another human being.”“We are pleased to have the opportunity to partner with our SEIU nurses to give Gov. Wolf a firsthand look at the world-class patient care we provide in our Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, which is the highest-level NICU in central Pennsylvania, and our Heart and Vascular Institute Critical Care Unit,” said Deborah Berini, president of the Milton S. Hershey Medical Center.The governor also discussed his support for the collaborative labor management environment that exists at Hershey Medical Center.“The positive atmosphere here is a sign of a great collaboration between nurses, other staff members and management,” Gov. Wolf said. “Nurses play an essential role in caring for patients and my administration supports them in all that they do.”“Nurses Week is one week out of the year to celebrate our profession, but because of the strong collaboration we have with management through our union, nurses here at Hershey are empowered to have an active role in advancing quality patient care, and that level of respect makes us feel very valued all year,” said Maureen Casey, BSN RN, Peri-Anesthesia and SEIU HCPA Chapter President.National Nurses Week is an annual recognition of the vast contributions and positive impact of America’s 4 million registered nurses. Each year, the celebration ends on May 12, Florence Nightingale’s birthday. Gov. Wolf Recognizes Nurses at Penn State Health Milton S. Hershey Medical Center National Nurses Week Event May 08, 2019center_img SHARE Email Facebook Twitterlast_img read more

ICC World Cup Bangladesh skipper Mashrafe Mortaza urges caution on World Cup hopes

first_img For all the Latest Sports News News, ICC World Cup News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps. highlights Bangladesh has recently won their first tri-nation series. Bangladesh will play their first league game against South Africa on June 2. The World Cup is set to begin on May 30.  Mashrafe said the win had heightened expectations of Bangladesh fans, along with other recent triumphs including the side’s semi-finals appearance at the 2017 Champions Trophy.”In the last five to seven years, people have started to come to watch us with expectations that we will win,” he said.”All I can say is that the World Cup will be a different ball game. If you follow cricket in England, you will see that a lot of runs are scored. It will need a different approach.” Bangladesh hope to at least match their previous best performance in a World Cup, reaching the quarter-finals in 2015.(With Inputs: PTI)  New Delhi: Bangladesh skipper Mashrafe Mortaza has poured ‘cold water’ on fan hopes for the all-important ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 which begins on May 30, warning that the seventh-ranked team was facing an uphill battle in the group stage. Supporters were jubilant after a tri-nation series win against Ireland and West Indies on the weekend handed Bangladesh its first ever multi-team tournament trophy.But Mashrafe’s side start the Cup race with a bracing fixture against South Africa, New Zealand and top-ranked hosts England in their first three matches.”It will be difficult for us because our opponents in the opening three games are extremely strong,” Mashrafe told reporters late Tuesday before heading to England.”To get a positive result against them won’t be easy.” Bangladesh twice beat eighth-ranked West Indies in the tri-nation warmup tournament, including in Friday’s final.last_img read more

Email Ballots, Not An Easy Answer

first_imgBy John BurtonOn Election Day it was shaping up to be a long headache for voters, of course, but also for candidates, campaign operatives and for county officials, as they all tried to make sense of the mess that developed with allowing email voting for those who continue to be impacted by the effects of Super Storm Sandy.M. Claire French, the county clerk, acknowledged on Tuesday that her office had been having great difficulty in addressing the large request for email ballots since Lt. Gov. Kim Guadagno announced last Saturday that it would be an option for voters.“It’s safe to say we’ve received many thousands of requests for ballots,” via email, said French. So many, in fact that the statewide voters registration system, the system her staff works with, actually crashed temporarily on Tuesday morning.“We can only do what the system is designed to do,” she said.On top of that complication, French explained, her staff has been addressing the more than 6,000 voters around Monmouth County who had decided to cast their ballots earlier than Nov. 6, by going to the clerk’s office in Freehold.“People were standing outside in the cold for hours,” French said. And despite that large number, “We did accommodate everyone who was in line,” she stressed.The problem arose when voters who sent emails requesting ballots failed to receive a prompt reply, again sent requests, sometimes multiple times, French said. “We have to go through every one,” to ensure requests aren’t missed, she said.And that has strained her limited staff, she said. “We have all of our workstations working full-out,” she said.French, a Republican, is also seeking re-election as county clerk, a job she has held since 1997.Guadagno, in her other role as secretary of state, approved last weekend plans to allow residents of storm-ravaged New Jersey to vote the same way they could if they were overseas or members of the military stationed overseas, allowing them to cast their ballots sort of electronically. This decision was in response to the impact of last week’s storm that as of Election Day left many residents around the state displaced and without electricity.Emails and phone messages to the secretary of state’s office in Trenton on Tuesday were not immediately answered.Voting by email isn’t as simple as filling in the ballot and returning it electronically to the county clerk’s office. Voters had to first request the ballots, with the clerk’s staff checking to make sure they were registered voters; voters then had to print the ballot, fill it in; and then either fax it to the clerk’s office or scan it and email it back.Torin Kelly, campaign director for Anna Little, the Republican candidate for the 6th Congressional District, covering much of Monmouth County, said she has been hearing from voters who were frustrated in their attempts to get ballots and were confused with the process. “The big problem has been access to clear information,” Kelly said.Frank Pallone Jr., the Democratic incumbent representing the 6th and who is running for re-election against Little, said his office, too, has been getting calls about this. “A lot of them said they applied and couldn’t get the ballot,” he noted.While it has been used in limited fashion before, “The idea of using emails does present a lot of problems,” Pallone acknowledged, not in the least is security concerns and the ability of the clerk’s staff to handle it.“The problem with emails,” said John O. Bennett, the county’s Republican chairman, “is the insufficient time to prepare for this.”While it was well intended, “It’s the sheer volume of work,” for those responsible for overseeing it,” Bennett added.Vin Gopal, the county’s Democratic chairman, had stronger words. “Look, we had a horrible disaster,” with the storm, he said, “but this should have been better planned.“There are a million problems that could have come up with this,” Gopal charged. “They should have known that.”French said she has been in regular contact with Guadagno and the clerk hopes there might be a way to extend the time for people to respond. But that still remained to be seen as of Tuesday afternoon, she said.As Election Day drew to a close, both Bennett and Gopal said they were rounding up lawyers to prepare possible legal challenges that may arise.“We want to make sure everyone gets to exercise their right to vote today,” Kelly said, hinting at what might come on Nov. 7, “and if there are issues to be found they will be made right.”“This is going to be interesting to see how this comes out,” Gopal said.New Jersey residents, if displaced, could vote anywhere in the state, by submitting provisional ballots, French said. There is a problem with that, as voters won’t be able to cast votes for congressional or local candidates, she said.On Tuesday the Associated Press reported the American Civil Liberties Union of New Jersey is taking Essex County election officials to court over the way special email ballots are being handled.last_img read more

Leafs run out of gas during Eddie Mountain road trip

first_imgPlaying without a full roster of skaters finally caught up to the Nelson Leafs during a Kootenay International Junior Hockey League road trip through the Eddie Mountain Division.Jason Richter had a five-point night to power the Kimberley Dynamiters to 5-2 victory over the Leafs Saturday in the Bavarian City.Friday, Nelson saw a 3-0 lead disappear in the third period as Golden Rockets escaped with a 4-3 overtime win.Despite losing twice, Nelson maintains a slim one-point advantage in Murdoch Division over the Castlegar Rebels.However, the Rebels host Spokane Braves Sunday in the Sunflower City, and could leapfrog past Nelson into top spot in the division with a win.Saturday, Kimberley took advantage of power play opportunities to score twice with the man advantage in the second period. Keenan Haase and Jesse Wallace each scored on the power play to erase a 2-1 Nelson lead.The goals came in less than a minute late in the second period.Nelson pressed for the equalizer in the third, but, with goalie Joey Karrer pulled for an extra attacker, Richter scored twice into the empty net to secure the win.Matt MacDonald, Nelson’s game star, and Aaron Brewer scored for Nelson.Kimberley out shot the short-staffed Leafs 27-23 to make a winner out of goalie Tyson Brouwer.Friday, Nelson took a 3-0 lead three minutes into the third period on goals by Rayce Miller, Robson Cramer and Aaron Dunlap — the latter two coming on the power play.However, Golden scored three times in the final eight minutes of the game, the tying marker coming with three seconds remaining in the third period, to send the game into overtime.Nic Noseworthy ended the game at 3:37 of extra time giving the home side the comeback win.Golden out shot the Leafs 41-35, including an 8-1 advantage in overtime.ICE CHIPS: Nelson played the two weekend games with only 15 skaters, including Castlegar Midget Rep affiliate player Matthew Brind’Amour. The lack of players is due to a rash of major injuries to key players that has hit the KIJHL franchise. . . . Kootenay Ice traveled to South Surrey this weekend to play the Valley West Hawks. Kootenay scored a 4-4 tie Saturday against the Hawks. . . . The two losses in goal dropped Joey Karrer’s record with Nelson to 3-4. . . . Kimberley defeated Nelson for the second time this season. The Nitros defeated Nelson 4-2 September 26. . . .Nelson travels to Grand Forks Friday to face the Border Bruins before returning home Saturday to face Spokane Braves. Nelson hosts Grand Forks Friday, December 19 before beginning the Christmas holiday break. The Leafs are back on the ice for a home-and-home series beginning December 30 in Fruitvale against defending KIJHL champion Beaver Valley Nitehawks. Nelson then hosts Beaver Valley in the traditional New Year’s Eve game at the NDCC Arena at 2:30 p.m.last_img read more

Windies Under-19s beat India to win ICC Cricket World Cup

first_imgDHAKA, Bangladesh (CMC):Underdogs West Indies Under-19s stunned favourites India Under-19s by five wickets in a low-scoring final of the ICC Youth Cricket World Cup to crown themselves World champions for the first time in their history yesterday.Chasing 146 for victory atthe Sher-e-Bangla National Stadium, the Caribbean side was reduced to 77 for five in the 29th over before they were bailed out by a brilliant unbeaten half-century by Man-of-the-Match Keacy Carty to get home in the last over with a mere three balls to spare.Carty stroked an unbeaten 52 off 125 balls with two fours and added a precious 69 in an unbroken sixth-wicket stand with the consistent Keemo Paul, who struck a busy 40 not out off 68 deliveries with a four and a six.Entering the final over of the game with three runs needed, Paul got the winning runs when he charged seamer Khaleel Ahmed and top-edged a pull over the wicketkeeper for four to spark wild celebrations in the West Indies camp.”I feel very good right now. Words can’t even explain how I feel right now,” an overwhelmed Young Windies captain, Shimron Hetmyer, said.”How the guys played today showed we were supposed to be champions today, and we came out on top.”The victory had earlier been set up by the irrepressible Alzarri Joseph, who tore through the India Under-19 top order with a fine exhibition of fast bowling to send the innings tumbling to 145 all out off 45.1 overs.He claimed three for 39 from his 10 overs, while seamers Ryan John (3-38) and Paul (2-17) provided excellent support as India faltered badly after they were sent in – crashing to 50 for five in the 18th over and never really recovering.Sarfaraz Khan top-scored with 51 off 89 balls, and Rahul Batham got 21, but they were just two of three batsmen to make it into double figures.last_img read more

Graham keen to snub other clubs and join Sunderland – report

first_imgSwansea striker Danny Graham wants talks with boss Michael Laudrup to force a move to Sunderland, according to The Sun.QPR have been linked with the 27-year-old because manager Harry Redknapp recently appeared to suggest he was interested.Reading have expressed an interest and Norwich are also reported to be keen.But it is claimed the Gateshead-born former Middlesbrough player would like to return to the North-East.The Daily Mail speculate that Lucas Piazon joining Malaga on loan could be a tactical move by Chelsea in their apparent quest to sign Isco from the Spanish club.Playmaker Isco, 20, is said to be a target for Real Madrid but has also been linked with the Blues, who have agreed to let Malaga have teenage forward Piazon for the rest of the season.The Sun suggest Chelsea or Fulham could sign Nordsjaelland defender Jores Okore if they pay £4m.And the Daily Mirror report that Reading are the only club to have made an official offer for Celta Vigo forward Iago Aspas, who was reported to be on his way to Chelsea.“At the moment there is no agreement with any club,” a source is quoted as saying.This page is regularly updated.YTo4OntzOjk6IndpZGdldF9pZCI7czoyMDoid3lzaWphLW5sLTEzNTI0NjE4NjkiO3M6NToibGlzdHMiO2E6MTp7aTowO3M6MToiMyI7fXM6MTA6Imxpc3RzX25hbWUiO2E6MTp7aTozO3M6MjI6Ildlc3QgTG9uZG9uIFNwb3J0IGxpc3QiO31zOjEyOiJhdXRvcmVnaXN0ZXIiO3M6MTc6Im5vdF9hdXRvX3JlZ2lzdGVyIjtzOjEyOiJsYWJlbHN3aXRoaW4iO3M6MTM6ImxhYmVsc193aXRoaW4iO3M6Njoic3VibWl0IjtzOjMzOiJTdWJzY3JpYmUgdG8gb3VyIGRhaWx5IG5ld3NsZXR0ZXIiO3M6Nzoic3VjY2VzcyI7czoyODM6IlRoYW5rIHlvdSEgUGxlYXNlIGNoZWNrIHlvdXIgaW5ib3ggaW4gb3JkZXIgdG8gY29uZmlybSB5b3VyIHN1YnNjcmlwdGlvbi4gSWYgeW91IGRvbid0IHNlZSBhbiBlLW1haWwgZnJvbSB1cywgY2hlY2sgeW91ciBzcGFtIGZvbGRlci4gSWYgeW91IHN0aWxsIGhhdmVuJ3QgcmVjZWl2ZWQgYSBjb25maXJtYXRpb24gbWVzc2FnZSwgcGxlYXNlIGUtbWFpbCBmZWVkYmFja0B3ZXN0bG9uZG9uc3BvcnQuY29tIGFuZCB0ZWxsIHVzIHlvdSB3aXNoIHRvIHN1YnNjcmliZSB0byBvdXIgbmV3c2xldHRlci4iO3M6MTI6ImN1c3RvbWZpZWxkcyI7YToxOntzOjU6ImVtYWlsIjthOjE6e3M6NToibGFiZWwiO3M6NToiRW1haWwiO319fQ== Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebooklast_img read more

Dodgers, MLB honor Jackie Robinson’s centennial year

first_imgBy BETH HARRISLOS ANGELES (AP) — Vin Scully joined the widow of Jackie Robinson to honor the player who broke baseball’s color barrier during Robinson’s centennial birthday celebration Monday night.Scully greeted 96-year-old Rachel Robinson with a kiss after being introduced to the crowd, with Scully drawing the loudest cheers in a rare public appearance.He stood behind Rachel with his hands holding her arms during the national anthem at Dodger Stadium. They were joined by Robinson’s …last_img

Video Tutorial: Cell Phone & Tablet Screen Replacement in After Effects

first_imgIn this video tutorial you’ll learn how to create and track a screen replacement in After Effects!Need to promote a mobile app or game? An explainer video or demo video is a great way to showcase the new app in action.In the following After Effects video tutorial, you’ll learn how to replace the screen of a cell phone, iPhone, tablet or other mobile device with your own video content.  This is ideal for demonstrating user interaction or showing off the design of an app, without having to have talent onscreen manipulating the device.The screen replacement effect is created by tracking live video using the tools that come packaged with After Effects (no third party filters or plugins required). Highlights of the tutorial include:Using the Warp Stabilizer to smooth camera motionUsing the Perspective Corner Pin Tracker to isolate the device’s screen‘Selling’ the effect by applying screen glow, beveled border and simulated light streaksThis is an intermediate After Effects tutorial and goes through the steps quite quickly. Some previous experience working in AE is suggested.[color-box color=”gray”]Video Transcript:This is Evan Abrams for Premium Beat.com and today we’re going to be creating a fake iPhone screen and putting the new graphics into it. It’s not that difficult and these things will go a long way, and I hope you find it useful.So once you’ve imported your footage into After Effects, go ahead and bring it onto a new composition. And the first thing we’re going to do is take this footage and we’re going to stabilize it. We’re going to use the warp stabilize VFX and this will automatically stabilize shaky footage. The result is going to be smooth motion; we like the smoothness to be at 25%. We like the method to be position scale and rotation, and in the advanced we would like to use detailed analysis and we’d like to set crop less, smooth more to 25. This will process automatically so you can go do something else while it happens.Now that your footage has been successfully smoothed out, the motion is less jittery and the things are less awkward to work with. So we’re going to take this comp, and we’re going to call it footage stabilized. Now we’re going to drag that onto a new composition and we will do our tracking in here. So I’m just going to block off the part of this comp we’re interested in, so it’ll be from here to about here; set your play head, trim the comp to the work area.And now instead of using any fancy trackers we’re just going to use the four-point corner pin. I’ll just trim this a little bit more. And we just need to track the four corners of this device and then export that information to a new comp.So the new comp we’re going to make is going to be 960 x 640, which are the dimensions of that screen. It’s important that you know the dimensions of the screen you’re replacing. So if you don’t know of your specific device you should Google it or measure it with a ruler, but as long as the aspect ratio is correct you should be fine. So we’ll call this screen content, and there we might as well make a place holder, so just make a new solid, perhaps; maybe make it white, maybe make a new solid, make it a little bit darker, put it on top of that, and then we can use something like venetian blinds, set it at ten, 45 degrees, 75 degree angle, just to put a little texture into this thing. So now we have some footage.So we have stabilized footage; and then stabilized footage No. 2 we’ll call screen tracked. And then here we have our stabilized footage and then we’re going to bring in our screen content above it. Good.So now we need to actually track these corners. So we’re going to go, track motion, and we’re going to go with a tracker type of perspective corner pin, which will give us these four dots. And now we just need to apply them to the corners. So we move point one up here, point two up here, and then point four and finally point three. And it can be helpful for you to make a note of where these are, because it’s not always easy to know which point is on which corner.Now let’s go back and make sure they’re all nicely nestled into the corner between the bezel and the screen area. Those all look good. And then we go into the options of the tracker using RGB; we are processing before match, we’re enhancing, and we’re telling it to stop tracking if confidence is below 80%. Hit okay, and then press play to track ahead. And it will do as good a job as it possibly can to track this up. Again, another automated process where if you set it up correctly and your footage is good you shouldn’t have too much of a problem. Okay, that’s done; it’s output a bunch of information.Now we’re going to edit the target, set it to screen content, hit apply, and then we can have a look at the type of damage that we’ve done here. So I’ll put the eye of this back on, and we’ll see if it’s even remotely close to where we want it. And it looks like it’s been successful. So that’s good; you’ve tracked something on there, but your work is not yet done because there is a lot that needs to be done to get this to look correct. We have to remove that disgusting green border there. We have to continue the glare up onto the screen; there are so many things to do.So first thing to do is to pre-compose this here; so Cntl-shift-C will pre- compose it, and this is tracked content, because we want to remember that this content is tracked to where it is. And we’ll just change its color here to be blue.And we’re going to need a few copies of this, so I’m going to duplicate it and one of these we’re just going to call regular content, and it goes above the stack of other content. This one we’ll just have to match its blurriness to match the blur level of what’s around it. So I can use the fast blur to do that, and I think a blurriness of two is enough, just so it matches.Now the next one under that is going to be a blurred glow, and on this one we’re going to set its opacity to be lower, like a 50, give it a fast blur– even a much higher fast blur of 25, so it starts to glow out on the edges. And depending on how bright your mimicking your screen to be that’ll change that value. So those two are done.Duplicate that again, put it down here, blurred glow two we’re going to change to a mode of add, because it’s much brighter and (? glow), and press glow level of 50, and transparency is perhaps lower, around ten. So now we’ve set up enough glowing to simulate a glowing screen coming out of this thing. So that’s all good.Now using blurred glow two we need to create a small border around here, so I’m going to duplicate this, set it below everything, and change its value here to be red. And what I’m going to call this is spillover alpha. And I’m going to use this to define the alpha of the spillover range. And I’ll do that by changing it from add to normal; then we’re going to change its opacity up to 100%. And I’m going to do a fill to it, and that fill goes above the fast blur. And then I’m going to apply a curve to this and that curves I’m going to put on the alpha. And then only to use that to just bang this out so that it is much larger; this will have to be smaller blur. You just have to make sure that it’s not going too far interrupting with things. So we’ll change the blur level down just so it fits in that area, a median zone, just around to cover up the green. So that looks good.So what we’ll do is we will duplicate the footage stabilized, and we’ll take the spillover alpha and we’ll put both of those up at the top. Footage stabilized we’re going to use the track mat of that alpha thing so that it is only this much that we’re concerned about. And then what we’re going to do is we’re going to use the key light to key out the green, so to select it in there. And then we’re going to go here to the screen mat, change this to hard color, so now there is kind of a glow that’s going to be coming over it. And this is in order to preserve things like the light streaks and the spillover so you can see how this is now starting to bleed over into this piece. And now we’re going to fast blur, about 25; that should do it. And change this from normal to add, and then change its opacity to say 10 or 25 or something around there.So when we go in and we start editing things in the screen content, let’s say we made this slightly darker by adding in a new solid, make it dark solid, when we go back here we can see these light streaks that are now over top of that, which are helping to really sell this image. So that’s a very important feature, depending upon what is on your screen content.So going back here we still have a bit of green that we need to deal with. So duplicate this spillover alpha and put this below everything. And we will now rename this to be color fix. And on here we have a bunch of effects that we don’t really care about except that they determine how big this is. So I’m going to pre-compose this, move all the attributes to the new layer, and we’ll call this one color fix. And now what I’m going to do is I’m going to change it to be an adjustment layer and then we can use this adjustment layer to make changes to the green here. What I like to do is use a hue and saturation and set it to colorize; make sure you have the eye turned on. And then you want to just colorize it to match with the area just outside, and it’s sort of like a yellowy brown there, and you know, maybe not as saturated, lightness not exactly the same. But you can use it to help make this fit in better with the piece. So there we go; so far so good.Now just go into your screen content, maybe punch this up to look a little more noticeable, or maybe have something that seems a little bit more appropriate, but all in, you are now done. You now have a screen that is tracked in there; you have light streaks over it, and it is very convincing. So now you just need to put in content, alter your glows a little bit depending on your scene, and you should be done. Everything’s stuck in well and you’re good to go.So this has been Evan Abrams for PremiumBeat.com. Hopefully you’ve learned a lot about tracking screens onto devices. One important thing to remember though is to make sure that device is displaying a chromatic green background which is easily done by taking a picture of it with your camera phone, or just downloading the image and then putting it on the screen, and that’s about it. Thank you so much for watching. Stop by at PremiumBeat.com and check out the blog for tips, tricks, and tutorials and After Effects and other applications. And of course come to PremiumBeat for all of your music and sound effects needs. I’m Evan Abrams, follow me on Twitter at ECAbrams and come back next time for more stuff. Thanks for watching, and I’ll see you around the Internet.[/color-box]last_img read more

Salman Khan lives up to his name the Devil in Kick

first_imgWe all know how much of a devil is Salman Khan but now he will also be referred by the same name in his upcoming film Kick. Yes, Salman Khan who is starring in an adaptation of the 2009 Telugu film Kick is all set to be the devil. Kick is slated to release in July 2014.In the film directed and produced by Sajid Nadiadwala, Salman is universally referred as The Devil by all the characters of the film, although in the Telugu film, his character was called Kalyan and was played by Telugu star Ravi Teja.Sajid thinks Salman perfectly fits the boots to play the character, and presents a devil-ish look in the film.Sajid is quoted as saying, ‘He is the Devil incarnate. His character is grey and edgy, even the goatee he sports is a salt and pepper mix. You’ve never seen him play a character like this before’.Apparently, Sajid simply narrated out the script to Salman a few days before shooting, and Salman, being his noble self, agreed to do the film on the condition that Sajid directs the film. The film is slated to release on 27 July 2014last_img read more

Infineon and Alibaba Cloud sign MoU on Internet of Things

first_imgInfineon Technologies and Alibaba Cloud have signed a memorandum of understanding for the joint promotion of IoT applications within the fields of smart life and smart industry. Infineon and Alibaba will thus facilitate the digital upgrade of Chinese enterprises and cities.As an active promoter and practitioner of Industry 4.0, Infineon will rely on its own core technology and service advantages in the field of IoT to collaborate with Alibaba Cloud on its IoT operating system, AliOS Things, and provide technical services. Additionally, with the acceleration of the IoT application process, new requirements are also placed on system security. As part of this collaboration, the two parties will further explore the planning, implementation and security standards of the IoT, enabling SMEs and individuals to deploy and access Alibaba Cloud in a low-cost, highly reliable manner. This will enable the participants to share in the development dividend of the IoT, while protecting them from losses caused by security risks. The two companies also plan to collaborate on e-commerce channels.Based on this, both parties will make use of Alibaba Cloud’s integration capabilities and successful experiences in IoT and work together to create advanced and secure IoT solutions. This will help upgrade and transform the smart digitalization of SMEs, allowing them to manage the entire production process through digital means.Share this:TwitterFacebookLinkedInMoreRedditTumblrPinterestWhatsAppSkypePocketTelegram Tags: Chips & Components Continue Reading Previous Densitron: MIPI DSI displays features outstanding readability and projected capacitive touchNext Microsemi: Switchtec PCIe switches provide 16 GT/s PCIe connectivitylast_img read more