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Posted by: | Posted on: November 18, 2020

Ivan Mrvoš, after smart benches, presented smart stations for cycling – Monna

first_imgAfter smart Stereo benches, a young innovator, Ivan Mrvoš who started from Solin literally from the garage, a few days ago at the largest Smart City fair in Barcelona presented a new innovative product Monna – the first electric smart bike station in response to cycling.Monna is the most advanced multifunctional bench ever designed – for both urban and rural areas. There are two versions of the system. The first is Monna City for city locations such as town squares, marinas or parks. and Monna Country designed for outdoor locations, such as country bike trails, hills, etc.Using the best of our best-selling Steora smartphones – charging smart devices, Wi-Fi, street lights, digital advertising, sensors, data collection, we have created a bike station that comes with a solarium that comes with a bike stand, repair tools and electric charging sockets electric bicycles and other devices – it is written in Monna’s description for the Include website.Two smart 7-screen electrical outlets provide up to 250 watts of power to charge electric bikes, laptops and other electronic devices.There is also a compressor that fills the tires with air in a simple way and with a few clicks via a digital display. The required amount of air pressure is set on the display, connect the air hose to the valve in the tires and press start on the display. When the proper air pressure is reached, charging stops. There are also mandatory stainless steel tools, which are fitted with standard screwdrivers, 6 regular wrenches and 8 wrenches of different sizes, making it easy to repair all types of bikes.Photo: MonnaAll in all, a rounded story, from free electricity and internet access, to bicycle repair tools as well as a tire inflator. See more about the entire Monna product at official websiteslast_img read more

Posted by: | Posted on: September 20, 2020

Fabregas’ ban cut to one match

first_img A statement from Chelsea read: “The standard sanction would have been a three-match suspension. “However, following an Independent Regulatory Commission hearing earlier today, the club’s claim that a three-match suspension is excessive was successful. “Fabregas will therefore now only miss our final game of the season against Sunderland on Sunday and will be available for selection from the start of the 2015/16 campaign.” Fabregas was dismissed in the first half of Chelsea’s defeat at The Hawthorns after hitting Brunt on the head from 20 yards while referee Mike Jones spoke to Gareth McAuley and Diego Costa after they grappled in the area. A statement from the Football Association read: “A claim by Chelsea that the three-match suspension for Cesc Fabregas is excessive has been upheld by an Independent Regulatory Commission hearing. “Fabregas was dismissed for violent conduct during the West Bromwich Albion FC v Chelsea FC fixture on 18 May. The Regulatory Commission has reduced the Chelsea midfielder’s suspension to one match, to be served with immediate effect.” Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho questioned the dismissal after the game and called it “bizarre”. He said: “Where is the danger of the situation, where is the aggression in the situation to get the red card in a friendly game? Cesc Fabregas has had his three-match ban reduced to just one after Chelsea successfully argued the initial punishment was excessive. The Spain midfielder was sent off in Monday’s 3-0 defeat at West Brom after kicking the ball against Chris Brunt’s head during a break in play. He will now only miss Sunday’s final Barclays Premier League game against Sunderland, when champions Chelsea will lift the Barclays Premier League trophy. Press Association “I really don’t understand. I think (Darren) Fletcher was aggressive, he pushed him (Fabregas) in the chest because he is experienced and knows where he can push for a yellow card. He is much more aggressive than what Fabregas did. “For me a top referee, a stable, big personality and in control of the game, goes there, two or three words and it’s done. It’s a bizarre red card. “A three game ban for this? Harsh? Of course it’s harsh. Why does he have to explain? He doesn’t need to explain.” last_img read more

Posted by: | Posted on: December 24, 2019

GOVT ALLOWING MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES IN DONEGAL TO SUFFER – McCONALOGUE

first_imgCharlie McConalogue TD has expressed concern about the provision of mental health services in Donegal after it emerged that GPs have been forced to suspend referrals to local addiction services as a result of staff shortages.Charlie McConalogue TDDonegal Mental Health Service has had to take the drastic action following the retirement of an addiction counsellor in South West Donegal and part of the Finn valley.GPs received a letter at the end of March informing them that referrals had been suspended. Deputy McConalogue commented, “This latest retirement brings to three, the number of vacant addiction services positions in Donegal and I am extremely concerned that this post will lie vacant for months without ever being filled, resulting in diminished mental health services across the county. We already have a case where an addition counsellor post in Inishowen, which arose last year, is only being filled on a temporary basis, while a community detox position still hasn’t been filled more than a year later.“The absence of a community detox specialist in the county is a disgrace. People who would have been previously referred to Letterkenny General Hospital or to a specialist nurse by their GP will now have no face-to-face treatment or follow-up services. They are now being left to struggle at home without anyone advocating for them in person or ensuring that they are receiving the help they so desperately need.“I am aware that the National Recruitment Service has launched a recruitment campaign to fill these posts however the closing date was last month and there is usually at least an 18 week administration period before any appointment is made.“This is a completely unacceptable situation. There should be no gaps in service for patients who need this important service. The HSE should ensure that all impending retirements are advertised in advance so that a replacement is available immediately to fill vacant posts rather than the current situation where patients in Donegal are being left without a service. “It is ironic that these significant gaps are occurring at a time when the Government claims that it’s investing an additional €35 in Mental Health Services as part of Budget 2015 and maintains that “community mental health teams are central to this Government’s vision for mental health in the future. We want people to be cared for and to receive the support they need in their own community”.“This commitment is ringing hollow in Co Donegal where important vacancies have been left unfilled for months on end. I am now calling on Minister Kathleen Lynch to step in and ensure that these posts are filled as a matter of urgency and if required that these posts are allowed to be advertised locally if the National Recruitment Service is unable to make permanent appointments”.GOVT ALLOWING MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES IN DONEGAL TO SUFFER – McCONALOGUE was last modified: May 8th, 2015 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:Charlie McConaloguedonegalMENTAL HALTHlast_img read more

Posted by: | Posted on: July 27, 2019

The outspoken tech billionaire—who has weighed in on everything from LGBTQ rights

first_img Achieving Globalization Sponsored Content by Xiaomi ShareVideo Player is loading.Play VideoPauseMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration -:-Loaded: 0%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time –:- Playback Rate1xChaptersChaptersDescriptionsdescriptions off, selectedCaptionscaptions settings, opens captions settings dialogcaptions off, selectedAudio TrackFullscreenThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. 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This modal can be closed by pressing the Escape key or activating the close button.PlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 0:00Loaded: 0%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -0:00 Playback Rate1xFullscreenMarc Benioff would have you believe he’s not the revolutionist everyone perceives him to be.The Salesforce founder, co-CEO, and chairman paints himself as a reluctant participant in the social strifes of the day, dragged into fighting battles on behalf of his workforce. By presenting himself not as a firebrand but as a manifestation of his organization’s collective willpower, the billionaire seems to gain himself the moral high ground, like a pacifistic Atticus Finch, gunning down society’s rabid dogs, unwillingly, when—and only when—it’s clear he’s the one person equipped to do so, and that it’s for the greater good.“I got labeled an activist CEO,” Benioff said at the annual meeting of Fortune’s CEO Initiative on Tuesday morning. “This is not me. It’s not about me,” he said, while offering up a brief pitch for Trailblazer, his upcoming book on the civic responsibilities of business.“I didn’t become this activist CEO,” Benioff continued, speaking on stage at the Wagner Hotel in lower Manhattan. “I got pushed by my employees into it. My job as CEO is to listen deeply to my employees and customers and to respond to them effectively.”Benioff’s self-professed demureness jars against the popular conception of the salesman extraordinaire, whose flashy Hawaiian shirt wardrobe, vocal Twitter pulpit, and penchant for parties lend the executive the appearance of a man more than happy to cannonball-dive into just about any fray. It’s hard not to imagine that, even as Benioff describes his personal disinclination toward fight-picking, not a little marketing is going on. The newfound modesty, perhaps a conscious posturing, recalls the “refusal of the call,” a rite of passage along the hero’s journey.Salesforce’s history is full of squabbles. In 2015, when Indiana considered passing a law that would allow business to reject LGBTQ customers in the name of “religious freedom,” Benioff intervened. Last year he publicly needled the CEO of Twitter over a tax policy related to San Francisco’s homelessness problem. When staff questioned the ethics of providing software to U.S. Customs and Border Patrol, the company tossed the decision to an internal ethics arbitrator, which opted to retain the agency as a customer. (Benioff defended the decision, which earned him criticism from some corners.)The tussles have continued. In May, Salesforce pulled the plug on gun-slingers using its so-called e-commerce cloud to sell bump stocks, controversial gear for semi-automatic weapons. The company determined these sales to be against its values. (Benioff is a known proponent of stronger gun laws.)It’s no longer sufficient for businesses—and their leaders—to keep quiet on hot-button issues, Benioff sympathizers argue. Once staid, silent, and content myopically to chase profits, old-school corporate executives are finding themselves at sea amid a demographic shift. “What happened in the last decade is millennials have entered the workforce and companies like mine are far more active and involved in creating the culture,” Benioff said, noting that this responsibility is no longer “the lonely job of the HR exec.”Younger generations “want to be in an environment and business that’s about purpose. They want to make sure the company they’re in is committed to improving the state of the world,” Benioff said. If businesspeople think that’s rough, just wait until the next wave of youth enters the workforce, which Benioff forecast as being “two-to-three times” as mission-obsessed.“You can’t focus on everything, do everything,” Benioff conceded. “You’re not gonna take on every cause, but you do need to have a North Star, and it better be around a structured process to make that happen.”Of course, for all this talk, Benioff could not entirely eradicate all traces of the incorrigible visionary he harbors. A touch of that alternate persona slipped into view as he drew a comparison between the reasons for business do-gooderism and the impetus behind Salesforce’s recent blockbuster acquisition.“Like Tableau,” Benioff said, referring to the data visualization software company he bought for nearly $16 billion in stock just a day prior, “I’m doing this because it’s customer-driven.”“Investors are not crazy about” that deal, noted Alan Murray, Fortune’s CEO and the session’s moderator. Indeed, the price of Salesforce shares (CRM) dipped as much as 5% on the news.“They will see, as they’ve always seen, how amazing it will be,” Benioff replied with self-assurance. “It’s just a spectacular combination.”More must-read stories from Fortune:—Fortune CEO Initiative 2019: Watch the livestream—These communication tools can radically improve workplaces—Four ways algorithms can boost diversity in hiring—Find out which Fortune 500 CEOs are most admired by their peers—Uber’s CEO has absorbed the COO role for more controlGet up to speed on your morning commute with Fortune’s CEO Daily newsletter.You May Like HealthFormer GE CEO Jeff Immelt: To Combat Costs, CEOs Should Run Health Care Like a BusinessHealthFor Edie Falco, an ‘Attitude of Gratitude’ After Surviving Breast CancerLeadershipGhosn Back, Tesla Drop, Boeing Report: CEO Daily for April 4, 2019AutosElon Musk’s Plan to Boost Tesla Sales Is Dealt a SetbackMPWJoe Biden, Netflix Pregnancy Lawsuit, Lesley McSpadden: Broadsheet April 4last_img read more