AUSTIN, Texas, June 24, 2015 /PRNewswire/ — Ticketbud today announced that it has made updates on its platform to allow organizers to create events and sell tickets online using their mobile devices. The event ticketing platform has also introduced new changes that allow event committees to collaborate on the same event with its organizational features.
Once again, Lingvista has contributed to the organization of international conferences providing linguists and special equipment for simultaneous interpretation.More information: http://www.lingvista.ru/en/news/Simultaneous_interpretation_and_related_equipment_provided/
Showcasing a new kind of fine art when its façade served as the backdrop for Fragments, a seven-minute 3D production for FILUX 2015, the Festival Internacional de las Luces.
Camera drones piloted by unidentified individuals have been interfering with multiple firefighting operations led by firefighters in Southern California over the last couple of months. Now, San Bernardino County supervisors are seeking to identify the pilots and are offering up to $75,000 in rewards to anyone able to assist them in their search.
Move over iBeacon—today Google is launching “Eddystone,” an open source, cross-platform Bluetooth LE beacon format. Bluetooth beacons are part of the Internet of Things (IoT) trend. They’re little transmitters (usually battery powered) that send out information about a specific point of interest, and that info is then passively picked up by a smartphone or tablet in range of the transmitter. A beacon-equipped bus stop could send out transit times, stores could send promotions to the customers currently in the store, or a museum could send people information about the exhibit they’re standing in front of.
Fast food chains are exploring new ways for customers to order their meals without having to interact with a cashier. Labor costs are rising and consumers are demanding ever faster, more convenient service. At McDonald’s, self-service kiosks are popping up in restaurants in the U.S. after the burger chain saw some success with the machines overseas.
Responsive Web Design (RWD) builds on the primary design principle underlying the web’s core usefulness and growth: universality. A content out approach that is device agnostic makes your responsive website future friendly as it will in theory work on any device. The web wins the more viewable your website is. By adapting our responsive websites to work with multiple languages we can further increase the number of users who are able to use our content.
A construction jobsite is a perfect example of where RFID technology is used in countless applications. Jobsites are able to use a variety of RFID frequencies in applications to ensure security and to automate previously manual processes.
More information: https://www.ucl.ac.uk/teaching-learning/tl-news/parama-chaudhury-evs
FORT WAYNE, IN — Sweetwater Sound is now using a Sennheiser Tourguide system to facilitate its corporate tours within its new 300,000 square foot, LEED Platinum certified facility.More information: http://www.fohonline.com/news/13213-sweetwater-sound-corporate-tours-using-sennheiser-tourguide-system.html
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