Video surveillance systems are evolving and are using artificial intelligence (AI) to inspect and analyse video footage, interpret patterns and flag unusual activity. Lenovo DCG and Pivot3 provide a state-of-the-art upgraded infrastructure solutions that aim to enhance current technology required to support these systems rather than entrusting the preservation of crucial data to outdated NVR technology. Commenting on the partnership, Dr. Chris Cooper, General Manager for Lenovo DCG, Middle East, Turkey and Africa, said, "We are delighted to showcase our partnership with Pivot3 at one the world's leading technology trade shows. The Middle East is exhibiting tremendous growth in terms of adopting smart solutions. The UAE in particular is investing heavily in implementing the latest innovations in their technological infrastructure; therefore, we see great potential from our partnership with Pivot3 as we work together to supply the appetite for next generation computing products and services."
Thuraya, the mobile satellite services subsidiary of the Al Yah Satellite Communications Company (Yahsat), the leading UAE-based global satellite operator, and eSAT Global, a pioneer in low cost Satellite IoT connectivity, announced the completion of successful tests validating eSAT's revolutionary Global LPWAN (Low Power Wide Area Network) communications technology over Thuraya's satellite system. As a leading provider of mobile satellite services (MSS) over its geostationary (GEO) satellites, Thuraya offers an expanding range of compelling voice, broadband data, and M2M/IoT capabilities for land, maritime and aeronautical applications. These include cost-effective solutions, catering to a wide range of technical and commercial market requirements. To date, only modest consideration has been given to the use of direct links to GEO MSS satellites for LPWAN connectivity for Internet of Things (IoT) applications.
Passengers travelling to the US on flights from eight different countries will be banned from carrying laptops, iPads, cameras and most other electronics in their carry-on luggage. The reason for the ban is not immediately clear. The ban was revealed on Monday in statements from Royal Jordanian Airlines and the official news agency of Saudi Arabia. It will apply to non-stop flights to the US from 10 international airports serving the cities of Cairo in Egypt; Amman in Jordan; Kuwait City in Kuwait; Casablanca in Morocco; Doha in Qatar; Riyadh and Jeddah in Saudi Arabia; Istanbul in Turkey; and Abu Dhabi and Dubai in the United Arab Emirates, according to a US official. Royal Jordanian said mobile phones and medical devices were excluded from the ban.
Did Erica Mena leave Bow Wow or was it the other way around? That seems to be the current debate going on between the former couple after the New York model spoke about the breakup in a recent interview. According to Bow Wow, 29, his ex-fiancée was lying about ending the relationship, and he said there were witnesses around when they split. "Even the homies was there that day when it went down. That's between us, though," he wrote on VladTV's Instagram page, since VladTV is where Mena, 28, gave her interview.
Since their split in 2015, Erica Mena and Bow Wow have sent several shots at each other on social media, and now the former "Love & Hip-Hop" star is telling people exactly how she feels about him. In an interview with VladTV, Mena said although she tries to ignore her ex's posts, she still feels sorry for him at times. "Since leaving that situation, it doesn't really get attention from me or a reaction" said the 28-year-old. "I'll hear or see under my hashtag how he's re-posting a list of women he's been with and bragging about it ... and I just feel sorry … It's annoying to wake up one day to see pictures of me that he posts on his Facebook to try and make you guys believe that we're still together. I'm always thrown off by him," added Mena.