They are so set with that three-man unit – it may or may not be reduced to a two-man room by … SANTA CLARA — Burning through three quarterbacks each of the past two seasons proved no way for the 49ers to succeed under Kyle Shanahan.Of course, all the 49ers want now is to get Jimmy Garoppolo healthy and keep him that way.Plus, with Nick Mullens and C.J. Beathard still in the fold in case Garoppolo’s comeback goes sideways, the 49ers are not in the market for another quarterback.
The eight had been employed by a private aviation company to work in Afghanistan. The department said it was working with the company, as well as with Afghan authorities, in making arrangements for the repatriation of the remains of the deceased. Source: SANews.gov.za Christian Johannes Justus Pretorius (30) from Pretoria, GautengFraser Angus Carey (31) from Johannesburg, GautengBrandon Quinn Booth (47) from Balgowan, KwaZulu-NatalJohan Abraham van Huyssteen (31) from Port Elizabeth, Eastern CapeJohan Frederick Bouchaud (30) from Johannesburg, GautengJohannes Judenis Humphries (65) from Centurion, GautengSteven Leong (31) from Johannesburg, GautengJenny Margaret Ayris (46) from Scotland, United Kingdom 20 September 2012 The South African government has strongly condemned the use of violence, particularly violence that targeted innocent civilians, following the deaths of eight South Africans in a suicide bombing in the Afghan capital of Kabul on Tuesday. The bombing, which also killed four other people, was apparently in retaliation for an anti-Islam film made privately in the US and posted on the internet last week. Releasing the names of the eight South Africans on Wednesday, the Department of International Relations and Cooperation said the government once again expressed its deepest condolences to the families, friends and colleagues of the deceased. “The South African government believes in peaceful means to settle disputes and/or conflicts, and we strongly condemn the use of violence, particularly violence targeted at innocent civilians,” the department said in a statement. The department is busy rendering consular assistance to all eight families. The victims were aged between 30 and 65 and came from different provinces across South Africa, while one had dual SA-British citizenship and was based in Scotland. The department said it consulted with the families “and hereby releases their names with permission”: read more
Related Posts 5 Ways IoT can Help to Reduce Automatic Vehicle… Tags:#artificial intelligence#CARFIT#CARFIT Plus#connected cars#FrenchTech#Nicolas Olivier#NVH#PlugandPlay#predictive maintenance#ReadWrite Labs#RocketSpace#safety#VINCI highways For Self-Driving Systems, Infrastructure and In… As a specialist in predictive maintenance applied to the automotive sector CARFIT announces a partnership with VINCI Highways. Our latest product, CARFIT PULS, is a new connected vibration sensor marketed with a toll transceiver from VINCI Highways, to allow drivers to be better informed about the general state of their vehicles. This will increase a driver’s safety, and that of those driving on the VINCI managed highways.Our CARFIT vibration sensor will also be used to monitor the condition of the undercarriage wear to parts such as the tires, wheels, shocks absorbers and brakes. The CARFIT PULS simply sticks on the back of the steering wheel. It communicates with an application and a chatbot on the user smartphones (Android/iOS) which provides the driver with maintenance alerts and maintenance recommendations.CARFIT analysis technology compares the vibrations of a car to the standard of the car model to deduce diagnostic and replacement needs for the undercarriage wear parts which enhances safety.Autotech startup based in France and in the United States which won the French Tech Ticket and has been accelerated by Plug and Play Tech Center in Sunnyvale-CA and by the Hub Bpifrance, CARFIT combines the science of NVH (Noise, Vibration, Harshness) automotive vibrations with artificial intelligence technologies to create solutions for individualized predictive maintenance.“We do not always realize the wear of certain parts that ensure the proper functioning and safety of our cars. This is especially true with second-hand cars, especially since vibrations often occur gradually,” notes Eric ESPINASSE, VP Sales of CARFIT. “VINCI Highways innovation and marketing services approached CARFIT very early on, to provide their customers with a new technology that will change the way we understand our cars and contribute to greater safety for all.”For VINCI Highways, the safety of drivers traveling on their highways is indeed a priority. Each year, more than 180,000 repairs are performed on the VINCI Highways network, 25% of which are directly linked to the condition of the tires. “The partnership between CARFIT and VINCI Highways is clearly in line with our desire for an ever more personalized service and safety prevention for our customers,” says Sophie BERNARD, Managing Director at VINCI Highways.“We are constantly striving to make our customers’ journeys more fluid and secure with the help of new technologies, and the VINCI Highways-CARFIT Pack is part of this commitment, with innovation recognized by RocketSpace, PlugandPlay and the FrenchTech,” adds Paul MAAREK, President at VINCI Highways.The electronic toll system service can be used on all motorways in France and throughout nearly 400 car parks.Disclaimer: CARFIT is an alumnus of our ReadWrite Labs accelerator program. IT Trends of the Future That Are Worth Paying A… Kyle Ellicott Break the Mold with Real-World Logistics AI and… read more