Australia’s foreign intelligence agency, ASIS, is looking for potential recruits to fill tech and other roles in the organisation.
To this end, the Australian Secret intelligence Service has launched a campaign with the moniker “ASIS is interested”.
Potential recruits would have to be trained in IT, software development, data science, engineering, cyber security or customer service.
ASIS director-general Paul Symon said in a statement: “In today’s society, intelligence operations are enabled by a range of highly technical capabilities. We need to be at the cutting edge of tech to stay a step ahead.
“Technologists arm our operational officers with advanced capabilities and they create technical solutions to complex operational challenges. They have natural curiosity, an analytical mindset and a strong desire to innovate.
“The popular image of a technologist with an intelligence agency might be someone who makes gadgets for the field, but in fact there is a wide range
RingCentral is the museum’s official enterprise cloud communications partner
RingCentral, Inc. (NYSE: RNG), a leading provider of global enterprise cloud communications, collaboration, and contact center solutions, today announced a new multi-year partnership with The Computer History Museum, based in Mountain View, California. RingCentral will be the museum’s enterprise cloud communications partner, bringing a modern and unified communications infrastructure—including messaging, video and phone—to the Bay Area-based institution.
The Computer History Museum is a nonprofit organization with a four-decade history as the world’s leading institution exploring the history of computing and its ongoing impact on society. Over the last several years, the museum started to digitally transform the institution in order to extend its reach to various audiences virtually across the globe. Once the COVID-19 pandemic hit, the museum accelerated these initiatives by transitioning to an all-digital format, offering digital tours and video content across its various channels. With RingCentral, the museum
By Emma Okonji
The Chief Technology Officer at Ericsson West Africa and Morocco, Talla Guisse, has said technology evolution, especially 4G technology has contributed to revolutionising Africa.
He however said the technology remained a vital future for mobile Networks in Africa, considering its adoption rate in most African countries like Nigeria, Kenya, Morocco and South Africa.
Guisse, in a statement, said Africa has come a long way in its digitisation journey from mobile telephony to broadband, connecting and digitizing entire sectors economies, jobs, education, healthcare, government and societies.
He however said in light of the revolutionary technological advances that are changing the African continent, a comprehensive technology framework needed to be in place to put Africa at the forefront of digital transformation.
“There is overwhelming evidence linking Information and Communications Technology (ICT) investment in infrastructure, economic growth and job creation. The ICT sector in Africa continues to demonstrate dynamic growth,
GREEN BAY – The Packers reduced their roster to the mandatory 53-player limit on Saturday afternoon. Here are five things to know about Green Bay’s roster decisions:
1. Head Coach Matt LaFleur’s influence continues to shape the roster.
There has been an evolution on both sides of the ball during LaFleur’s first 20 months in Green Bay and that shift can be seen with the current makeup of the team.
Twenty-nine of the 53 players the Packers carried through Saturday’s mandatory cuts arrived in Green Bay after LaFleur was hired in January 2019. Meanwhile, only 13 players predate third-year general manager Brian Gutekunst.
Offensively, the Packers’ push to further enhance their run and play-action game is reflected in keeping four running backs (including gadget player/returner Tyler Ervin) and four tight ends for the second consecutive year.
Technically, the Packers will enter the season without a fullback on the roster for
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The Stealth Commuter
It took a small army of designers and engineers to build Specialized’s 33-pound, long-range Turbo Vado SL e-bike. A 320 Wh battery, plus a lightweight motor and fittings, created a ride you can actually lift, which still assists up to 28 mph. “You don’t need a big engine to get to top speed,” says Senior Product Manager Marco Sonderegger. “And, just because you have a big gas tank doesn’t mean you have big range. If the original 50-pound Turbo Vado was an F350, this one is a Prius.”
If the original 50-pound Turbo Vado was an F350, this one is a Prius.
The battery is hidden in the frame, and the bike’s so light you forget it’s electric—until you need a boost. The sleek setup comes with lights and a computer mount, as well as
Engineering leaders to advise and inform Echodyne’s high performance radar development efforts.
Echodyne, the radar platform company, announced today the formation of its Technical Advisory Board (TAB). Echodyne’s TAB comprises leaders and experts from academia and industry who will advise Echodyne on radar technology trends and product strategies.
The advisory board members are Dr. David R. Smith, Dr. Joseph R. Guerci, Dr. Jeffrey L. Krolik, and Dr. Matthew S. Reynolds. Dr. David R. Smith is a professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Duke University as well as Director of the Center for Metamaterials and Integrated Plasmonics at Duke. Dr. Joseph R. Guerci is president and CEO at Information Systems Laboratories. Dr. Jeffrey L. Krolik is a professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Duke University. Dr. Matthew S. Reynolds is an associate professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the University of Washington.
“Echodyne could not
ORBCOMM GT 1200
ORBCOMM’s next generation, solar-powered GT 1200 series of trailer tracking devices
Recognizes GT 1200 trailer tracking device for exceptional innovation
ROCHELLE PARK, N.J, Aug. 24, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — ORBCOMM Inc. (Nasdaq: ORBC), a global provider of Internet of Things (IoT) solutions, today announced that its next generation, solar-powered GT 1200 series of trailer tracking devices has received a 2020 IoT Evolution Product of the Year Award from IoT Evolution World, the leading web site covering IoT technologies.
ORBCOMM was the first to market in 2013 with its award-winning GT 1100 solar-powered asset management solution. Hundreds of thousands of devices later, ORBCOMM’s latest GT 1200 series set the bar again in 2020 with the next wave of innovation for solar-powered asset management. The GT 1200 series includes an enhanced, high-sensitivity solar panel that charges up to
The game’s complexity increases when you consider the various Bomberman characters. The base game comes with eight basic Bombers — White, Black, Blue, Pink and so forth — that have slightly different attributes. Black starts with level five movement speed, for instance, that can be upgraded mid-match to level eight. He can only lay a single bomb at the start of the game, though, and his maximum bomb-laying capacity is two. Red, meanwhile, starts at fire level five and can reach level eight by picking up fireball items throughout the game. On the flip-side, his movement speed starts at zero and tops out at two.
The Premium Edition, meanwhile, adds 14 characters that are loosely categorized as Attack, Speed and Unique types. They’re inspired by classic Konami properties and have unique abilities that drastically change how you should approach each match. Castlevania hero Simon Belmont, for instance, has a whip
The majority of resto-modded classic cars we come across these days are based on muscle cars that already had performance credentials, like the Chevrolet Camaro and Corvette, for example. We here at GM Authority can appreciate originality, however, which is exactly why this 1950 Chevrolet Fleetmaster caught our eye while recently perusing Barrett-Jackson’s website.
The custom 1950 Chevrolet Fleetmaster, which is heading to auction at Barrett-Jackson’s upcoming 2020 Fall Auction, is the culmination of three years of hard work by Southern California-based shop Denny’s Bowtie Restorations. The shop started out by pulling the Fleetmaster coupe body off of the chassis and giving the ladder frame underpinnings a complete overhaul, welding in new crossmembers and throwing on tubular A-arms, Wilwood lower spindles, power rack-and-pinion steering and QA1 two-way adjustable coil-overs. Out back, this rust-free Fleetmaster’s chassis also received a set of parabolic lowering springs with custom-made shackles and shocks.