Continue Reading Previous Würth: 3-axis acceleration sensor with preset functionalitiesNext 3 driver design techniques for microcontrollers ADLINK’s IoT Solutions and Technology division will be debuting the Edge IoT Smart Pallet Experience at Pack Expo Las Vegas 2019 featuring a game-like exhibit where attendees can get hands-on with Edge IoT technology that makes pallets “smart” and robots “come alive.” Booth visitors can stack pallets and race the clock and meet Rover the Robot who will be giving booth visitors free t-shirts.The immersive experience will demonstrate machine vision, AI and robotics technology for warehouse distribution and manufacturing with partners Amazon Web Services (AWS), Intel’s IoT group, and robot maker Rover Robotics. Attendees can interact with ADLINK Edge and ADLINK Vortex DDS to experience first-hand how to quickly solve AI and vision-based IoT challenges. ADLINK Edge and ADLINK Vortex DDS make pallets and robots intelligent so they can communicate with the world around them, enabling customers to increase pallet profitability, quality inspection, automation, and productivity within the distribution center and manufacturing floor.Share this:TwitterFacebookLinkedInMoreRedditTumblrPinterestWhatsAppSkypePocketTelegram Tags: Boards & Modules
WESTFORD, MA — Daniel W. Wentzell passed away Tuesday evening, April 16th after a brief illness. Dear son of the late Albert and Audrey (Gibson) Wentzell, he was seventy years of age.Born in Winchester, Dan was raised in Billerica, later moving to Wilmington, graduating from Wilmington High School with the Class of 1967. Shortly after high school he entered the United States Marines, where he served proudly during the Vietnam War.Upon his return home, he settled in Westford where he raised four children. He owned his own franchise route of Peppridge Farm Breads and travelled all throughout the New Enland area. After a decade he began working for Whole Foods where he remained for over thirty years in merchandising. He retired mid 2000.Dan was a rather quiet man, who pretty much stayed to himself. He shared wonderful times with his family, particularly watching his children play sports along with following all the Boston sports! Going to Rockport and Gloucester were always cherished trips and those to Wingaersheek Beach, where the water, long walks and sunshine, brought great enjoyment and sun burns!Over the last several years Dan has been enjoying the friendship of a group of Veterans. They would all enjoy friendly conversation, a game of cards or give a helping hand there where needed.Dan sadly was predeceased by his parents and siblings.He is lovingly survived by his children Christie Verville, her husband Richard of Winchendon, Michael Wentzell of Fitchburg, Scott Wentzell, his wife Grettelle of Watertown, Eric Wentzell, his wife Allison of Sudbury and their mother Anne Wentzell of Leominster. Cherished “Grandpa/Grandpy” of Nicholas Verville, Zachary, Kaia, Kamden, Lucy and Jackson Wentzell. Also dear companion of Linda Snaddon of Holliston. Funeral arrangements are under the direction of the Lynch-Cantillon Funeral Home, 263 Main Street, Woburn, MA 01801. Arrangements are presently incomplete and will be announced on Tuesday, April 23rd on www.lynch-cantillon.com.Daniel W. WentzellLike Wilmington Apple on Facebook. Follow Wilmington Apple on Twitter. Follow Wilmington Apple on Instagram. Subscribe to Wilmington Apple’s daily email newsletter HERE. Got a comment, question, photo, press release, or news tip? Email email@example.com.Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… RelatedOBITUARY: Paul L. D’Eon, 83In “Obituaries”OBITUARY: James Thayer Hastings, 84In “Obituaries”OBITUARY: William J. “Bill” Wolfe, 75In “Obituaries”
Poonam PandeyInstagramAfter India booked a place in the 2019 World Cup semi-finals by pulling off a 28 runs victory over Bangladesh at the Edgbaston Cricket Ground, erotic actor Poonam Pandey decided to go braless to cheer for Team India.Showering her love over Team India, Poonam Pandey posted her braless picture on Instagram and wrote, “Good night Team India” followed a heart-shaped emoji. On every win, Poonam Pandey had been congratulating Team India and treating them with her striptease videos and pictures on social media.During the ICC Cricket World Cup 2011, Poonam Pandey had pulled all the attention when she promised to pose nude if Team India wins the tournament. And it looks like the actress might pose nude this year as well if India lifts the World Cup trophy.Take a look.
Logo of BNPBangladesh Nationalist Party (BNP) on Saturday night expelled a dozen demonstrating leaders of Jatiyatabadi Chhatra Dal’s (JCD) recently dissolved committee for breaching party discipline.A press release, signed by BNP secretary general Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir, said the 12 leaders were stripped off all JCD posts, including primary memberships, reports UNB.Those who were expelled include Bashar Siddiqui, general secretary of Dhaka University unit Chhatra Dal, Zahiruddin Tuhin, president of Dhaka Metropolitan South unit Chhatra Dal, Ejmol Hossain Pilot, Iktiar Kabir, Joydev Joy, Mamun Billah, vice-presidents of recently dissolved central committee, Asaduzzaman Asad and Bayezid Arefin, former joint-secretaries of the student front, Dabir Uddin Tushar, former assistant general secretary, Abdul Malek, Golam Azam Shoikot, former assistant organising secretaries, and Azim Pawari, member of the dissolved committee.Earlier in the day, the aggrieved leaders of the recently dissolved committee announced to continue their demonstration until their demand for either formation of a new short-term committee or the removal of age limit is met.
Wednesday, September 12, 2018Chance of storm in Gulf downgradedNational Hurricane CenterThis two-day tropical weather outlook displays all currently active tropical cyclones and disturbances with tropical cyclone formation potential over the next 48 hours.The National Hurricane Center on Wednesday morning downgraded the chance of a tropical depression or storm developing in the Gulf of Mexico by the end of the week from 70 to 60 percent. Still, officials say heavy rains could be problematic for areas of the Gulf Coast already saturated from rain throughout the past week. Houston firefighters head to North CarolinaFour firefighters from the Houston Fire Department have been sent to North Carolina in response to Hurricane Florence, and one Houston firefighter has been sent to Hawaii to help with Tropical Storm Olivia. The firefighters are members of Texas Task Force 1, an emergency response team tased with urban search and rescue. A team of 16 responders was activated by FEMA this week.Move to disband special education committee surprises parentsLaura IsenseeHISD Board President Wanda Adams and Trustee Anne Sung listened to parents share their frustration and questions about special education in the district at a 2017 meeting. Sung is chairing a new committee on the issue.The Houston school board could disband its special education committee this week, a move that’s taken some parents and even some committee members by surprise.For years, Kara DeRocha has advocated for her son’s special needs. In May, she joined the district’s special ed committee to help amplify parents’ voices and guide trustees. She said that they didn’t get a warning the group could dissolve so soon. Life expectancy in Houston varies by neighborhoodSubmitting different addresses through a new tool from the United States Small-Area Life Expectancy Estimates Project (USALEEP) yields varying results between Houston neighborhoods. The project this week released life expectancy data down to census tracts around the country. EPA moves to allow more methane emissionsOil and gas drillers across Texas could soon be allowed to emit a lot more methane into the air, under a proposal released by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) on Tuesday.The EPA is moving to roll back some Obama-era rules on how companies have to monitor and fix methane leaks at oil and gas sites. The agency says the proposal would advance the Trump Administration’s “energy dominance” agenda by cutting red tape and saving energy companies $484 million in regulatory costs related to methane tracking. Congressional candidate Lizzie Pannill Fletcher on Houston MattersAl Ortiz/Houston Public MediaCongressional candidate Lizzie Pannill Fletcher was interviewed on Houston Matters on Sept. 11, 2018.As part of its series of interviews with candidates running in major political races, Houston Matters interviewed Tuesday Lizzie Pannill Fletcher, who is running for the Texas 7th Congressional District against incumbent U.S. Representative John Culberson.Fletcher, who is an attorney by profession, lamented the “extreme partisanship” in Congress and said it’s not adequately performing its checks and balances function. “We really haven’t seen this Congress performing that check on the executive branch.” Share