Pingback: Question about Magnus Abelvik Rod appearance at final: He will do the test before the match! – News: The Sports ShareTweetShareShareEmail Pingback: Christian Berge after night in Hamburg: Sagosen-Myrhol was a tactics for aggresive Germans | Quality Sports News Bjarte Mythol leads “Comeback” COVID-19 recovery campaign Bjarte Myrhol three months out! Pingback: Christian Berge after night in Hamburg: Sagosen-Myrhol was a tactics for aggresive Germans – Sports News Latest 6 Comments 6 Comments Recommended for you Norge girls can be even more “brutal” Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published.Comment Name Email Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Pingback: Question about Magnus Abelvik Rod appearance at final: He will do the test before the match! – Sports News Latest Related Items:bjarte myrhol, IHF World Handball Championship 2019, Norwegian handball team ShareTweetShareShareEmailCommentsNorway will play against Denmark for the first ever gold medal at World Championships on Sunday in Herning. Amazingly strong, persistant, tactically perfect, played team of Christian Berge tonight under pressure at “Barclaycard Arena” in Hamburg, to outplay home team – 31:25 (14:12).Sander Sagosen had everything in their own hands, a lot of goals, nice passes to Magnus Rod and Bjarte Myrhol, who once again prove that is man of steel.Czech referees Novotny and Horacek didn’t let rugby style of German central defenders Pekeler and Wiencek, and that prevented Prokop’s boys from superiority in defensive tasks.Germany lead 3:1 at the beginning, last time two teams were in balance on 9:9. Everything else was in Norwegian hands…Germany-Norway 25-31 (12-14)Germany: Uwe Gensheimer 7, Fabian Bohm 6, Fabian Wiede 5, Patrick Groetzki 2, Tim Suton 1, Hendrik Pekeler 1, Matthias Musche 1, Jannik Kohlbacher 1, Paul Drux 1.Norway: Magnus Rod 7, Sander Sagosen 6, Bjarte Myrhol 6, Magnus Jondal 4, Kristian Bjornsen 3, Goran Johannessen 2, Christian O´Sullivan 1, Eivind Tangen 1, Magnus Gullerud 1. Pingback: Christian Berge after night in Hamburg: Sagosen-Myrhol was a tactics for aggresive Germans – News: The Sports Pingback: Question about Magnus Abelvik Rod appearance at final: He will do the test before the match! | Quality Sports News
AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterTwitterShare to EmailEmailEmailShare to RedditRedditRedditShare to MoreAddThisMoreA U.S. based group called Wello has reinvented the wheel to help families in the developing world who don’t have easy access to water.Many people, including children, are spending a quarter to half of every day, hauling water on their heads. But, instead of carrying the heavy load, the Wello water wheel provides a way for anyone to easily transport 50 liters by rolling it. Wello in 2011 worked in close collaboration with village residents in Rajasthan, India, to develop the concept, which won a $100,000 prize from Grand Challenges Canada.“We designed our business model around extreme affordability. While similar products retail in the $75 to $100+ range, the WaterWheel will retail for $25-$30, making it accessible to the people who need it the most,” says the Wello team. (WATCH the video below – and READ more from Phys.Org)AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterTwitterShare to EmailEmailEmailShare to RedditRedditRedditShare to MoreAddThisMore
Axa Engenharia Submarina (AXA), a subsidiary of DeepOcean has been awarded a contract for the provision of geo-hazard surveys on the Libra Field from Petróleo Brasileiro led consortia, consisting of Shell Brasil Petróleo, Total E&P do Brasil, CNODC Brasil Petróleo e Gás. and CNOOC Petroleum Brasil. The contract is for the provision of geo-hazard survey on a seafloor area of 1640 km 2 in the Libra field. Libra field is located in a water depth of approximately 2000 meters in the Santos Basin, about 230 kilometres of the coast of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.Surveys will be performed with a 3000 meter rated Autonomous Underwater Vehicle (AUV). The AUV is capable of delivering high resolution high quality HISAS bathymetry and side scan sonar data for Sub Bottom Profiling (SBP) at high speeds. The AUV operations are launched and supported by the survey support vessel MV Tau on charter with DeepOcean. The contract will commence as soon as current AUV commitments have been completed.“The combination of DeepOcean’s impressive track record of more than 60 000 km of high specification pipeline inspections and route surveys and AXA employees’ long term experience in AUV based seabed mapping services is compelling. Winning this contract on Libra is a great recognition of our services on this strategically important project to our valued clients in Brazil.” says the experienced Donizeti Carneiro, Commercial Manager of AXA.“This is the second AUV based survey contract DeepOcean and AXA have been awarded recently in Brazil, and supports our strategic investments in AUVs to add to our extensive range of global ROV based subsea survey and pipeline inspection services. This contract will be executed from our office in Brazil” says Mads Bårdsen, DeepOcean’s EVP International.
FURUNO plans to begin sales of the new GF-88 series time synchronization GNSS receivers incorporating this new technology in April of 2019, and to deploy it widely in fields such as 4G/5G mobile base stations, financial trading, power grids, and data centers.As with earlier systems, the GF-88 will support GPS, GLONASS and the Quasi-Zenith Satellite System (QZSS), and also Galileo satellites. It also supports simultaneous reception from four QZSS satellites including a geostationary satellite Michibiki-3. They expect that supporting multi-GNSS will increase the total number of navigation satellites that can be used. Thus, more satellites will be visible in environments with restricted open sky, greatly increasing the effectiveness of our technology to exclude un-needed signals from non-visible satellites, and realize highly-accurate time synchronization. The GF-88 series also includes a model that implements high holdover performance using a precision crystal oscillator, so that it can maintain high time precision even when the satellite signal cannot be received temporarily due to jamming or other interfering signals. This can be applied to applications requiring high reliability, such as 5G mobile base stations, or applications in finance or power grids.NTT is also continuing research to further expand application areas for GNSS. To compute the four parameters for position and time from navigation satellite signals, signals from at least four satellites must be received, but it is not always possible to receive four or more signals from visible satellites in so-called “urban-canyon” environments obstructed by surrounding buildings. In this study, they have conceived a new satellite selection algorithm in which satellite signals suitable for improving the time accuracy are selected in an iterative selection process based on the estimated reception location and the signal arrival times.This algorithm first selects the signals from visible navigation satellites, and if there are fewer than four, it also selects the minimal number of signals with the smallest propagation delay from non-visible satellites. Thus, in poor reception environments, accuracy is improved by aggressively pruning unsuitable satellite signals. This could be called a “select few” satellite selection method. NTT developed a prototype, with this algorithm incorporated into the GF-87 time-synchronization GNSS receiver from FURUNO, and evaluated its performance in a test environment with multi-path reception. They were able to demonstrate accurate time synchronization with time error of approximately one fifth that of earlier devices.Since this method is able to select the best satellite signals regardless of the number of visible satellites in the environment, antennas can be installed with less attention to the location, and significant increases in accuracy of time synchronization can be expected in a wider range of reception environments. NTT and FURUNO ELECTRIC Co., Ltd. have developed a receiver for GPS and other global navigation satellite systems (GNSS) that dramatically improves time-synchronization accuracy in areas with severe reception conditions such as among buildings and in mountainous areas.By integrating a new satellite signal selection algorithm developed by NTT into a time synchronization GNSS receiver (GF-88) from FURUNO, in addition to signals from satellites in line-of-sight locations, it has become possible to use multi-path signals (reflected or diffracted from buildings and other structures), which previously inhibited accuracy of time synchronization. In a real multi-path reception test environment, time error was reduced to approximately 1/5 of earlier values. This is a remarkable result in that it promises to enable time synchronization accuracy close to that obtained in open-sky reception environments with no obstructions, even in environments previously considered poor and unsuitable for accurate time synchronization, such as among buildings or in mountainous areas.Accurate time synchronization with Coordinated Universal Time (UTC), using Global Navigation Satellite Systems such as GPS, is used in a wide range of fields for synchronizing mobile base stations, financial trading, earthquake measurements, and other purposes. Particularly in recent years, mobile base stations based on TD-LTE and other TDD methods are spreading globally and require transmitted signals to be synchronized accurately, down to the microsecond, to avoid interference of signals between cells.However, in non-ideal reception environments such as among buildings or mountains, with structures surrounding the antennas the open area, where signals from navigation satellites can be received directly, is limited and reception of multi-path signals reflected from or diffracted by surrounding structures can significantly degrade the accuracy of time synchronization. Measures to improve accuracy of time synchronization have been studied in the past, including placing antennas in locations where they can receive signals directly from greater numbers of visible satellites, and also filtering based on the elevation of the signal direction or a signal strength threshold to exclude signals from non-line-of-sight satellites that cannot be seen directly from the receiver location. Even so, these earlier methods were not always able to ensure adequate accuracy, and also had issues with reliability.As such, NTT has developed a new GNSS receiver algorithm for selecting suitable navigation satellite signals and conducted measurements to verify the effectiveness of this algorithm.
Nick Poehling, Micah Miller, Jack Poehling each scored one for the Huskies. David Hrenak made 23 saves in the win. He tallied his third shutout of the season and the sixth in his SCSU career. He now ranks fourth in team history for most career shutouts.The Huskies improve to 16-3-2 and 8-1-2 NCHC. They will return to the ice on Saturday for game two against the Broncos. Pre-game starts at 5:30 p.m. on The River 96.7 FM. About Connatix V56490 The No. 2 ranked St. Cloud State men’s hockey team opened this weekend’s two-game series with a shutout win over Western Michigan University. The win was their fifth shutout of the season.Both teams got out to a good defensive start. By the end of the first period, SCSU outshot the Broncos 6-4, but the score stood at 0-0. The Huskies put their first points on the board in the second period. They outshot Western Michigan 19-9 and entered the third up 2-0. In the final period, SCSU scored one more to put the game away, 3-0. Auto (360p) About Connatix V56490 360p 1/1 Visit Advertiser website GO TO PAGE Skip 720p HD 1080p HD