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Killexams : How Wi-SUN is helping smart city initiatives

Wireless technologies and IoT applications have made the quest to build smarter cities very achievable, instead of a distant, lofty vision.

Across the globe, smart city technology spending is expected to boom to $327bn by 2025, up from $96 billion in 2019. More cities are digitising utilities, transportation, traffic and waste networks to Improve security, infrastructure, energy efficiency and sustainability – but new and different challenges come with this transformation.

Even though these critical networks can become connected, cities are ironically facing a massive disconnect: the smart city applications on these networks are relatively isolated and often can’t connect that well with each other because networks are oftentimes proprietary and therefore, non-interoperable. Imagine, how can smart city sensors on streetlights collecting data transmit it back to a traffic monitoring application effectively if the sensors and applications aren’t integrated on the same network?

Proprietary networks can be complex, fragmented and limiting, in terms of adding new devices easily from a wide variety of ecosystems. They are also more susceptible to cybersecurity breaches – a growing, global concern as seen with ransomware attacks to systems in cities such as Las Vegas and New Orleans.

Scaling Obstacles to Connect Everything

To modernize the grid infrastructure and enable innovation across industries, cities need flexible wireless standards to deploy IoT applications securely and at scale. Enter: Wi-SUN, one of the world’s first public protocols for smart city and smart utility applications. Launched in 2011, Wi-SUN, which stands for Wireless Smart Ubiquitous Networks, is an IPv6-based mesh technology designed for large-scale IoT wireless communication networks in a wide range of applications covering both line-powered and battery-powered nodes. Market leaders such as Landis + Gyr, Cisco, Toshiba, Renesas, Itron and more also join Silicon Labs as members of the Wi-SUN Alliance.

Wi-SUN is opening doors as a standard, interoperable network, enabling a self-forming mesh with thousands of end nodes connecting dynamically with each other.

The protocol features low latency, higher data throughput benefits, further catering to complex device requirements in low power, long range devices such as streetlights or battery-operated gas and water meters. Streetlights, for example, are becoming increasingly digitized with sensor nodes that can monitor environmental air quality, parking, waste management, manhole cover detection and other uses. Analysing real-time data from these sensors can help inform solutions to reduce energy consumption, reduce greenhouse gas emissions and provide higher quality civic services to more people across the entire city landscape.

The mesh architecture offers significant latency gains as opposed to a typical star wireless network centered around a central server hub. Wi-SUN’s IoT network offers 0.02 -1 second latency, compared to other low-power wide-area networks such as LoRaWAN, offering 1 – 16 seconds and NB-IoT offering 2 – 10 seconds. Wi-SUN is currently governed by the FAN 1.0 specification, with the next version FAN 1.1 expected to be ratified later this year. Wi-SUN’s FAN 1.1 specification delivers enhancements such as OFDM support allowing data rates up to 2.4 Mbps to support demanding low-latency applications, leaf-node support for longer battery life of up to 20 years, as well as mode-switching that allows for dynamic data rate negotiation.

Wi-SUN enables utility providers to serve all their metering needs on one network. FAN 1.1 enables use of the same network for line-powered electric meter devices as well as battery operated water and gas meters. Essentially, having all applications interoperable on one Wi-SUN network creates an opportunity to scale existing infrastructure relatively quickly without modification, which can be time consuming and expensive, or limiting if connectivity is required outside of one network. One can think of Wi-SUN FAN as a true Internet-like infrastructure optimized for IoT devices. Recently, the Wi-SUN FAN specification was adopted by the IEEE Standards Association, further demonstrating the network’s capability to be accepted globally for open standards communications and cybersecurity standards.

Securing Critical City Infrastructure

Mesh networks like Wi-SUN with multiple connections provide stronger protection and reliability. If one node is down or compromised due to an attack or an extreme weather event like a hurricane or ice storm, the mesh network is self-healing and can reroute data to an unaffected connection. Massive loads of data within applications will always attract adversaries; therefore, expanding smart city means ramping up protection in critical infrastructure against vulnerabilities.

Based on IEEE 802.15.4g/e standards, Wi-SUN is also attractive from a security lens because the network devices authenticate all the way back to the cloud provider through a certificate chain that is cryptographically linked. Wi-SUN’s certificate chain provides the secure identity that is required for continuous authentication to meet the Zero Trust security architecture – which is beginning to dominate the industry, as seen with the Biden administration’s executive order on improving cybersecurity.

Strong certificate-based identities that authenticate to a cloud service have been common in the utility space for many years. However, this advanced continuous device authentication method being integrated into a wireless protocol like Wi-SUN is new, transformational and necessary as smart city devices will represent as enticing publicly accessible targets for cyber criminals looking to exploit public infrastructure for ransom payments.

As pressure mounts to address aging infrastructure that is increasingly vulnerable to cyberattacks and warming climate conditions, Wi-SUN’s scalable, resilient and secure wireless technologies serve as an accessible solution to create a more sustainable future.

Author details: Soumya Shyamasundar is a Product Manager with the wireless IoT group responsible for Wi-SUN markets at Silicon Labs.

Tue, 12 Jul 2022 12:00:00 -0500 en text/html https://www.newelectronics.co.uk/content/features/how-wi-sun-is-helping-smart-city-initiatives
Killexams : State board approves degree and certificate program changes for 2022-23

JONESBORO — At its most accurate quarterly meeting, Friday, July 29, the Arkansas Higher Education Coordinating Board approved proposed changes in the degree and certificate programs offered by Arkansas State University.

Four programs were approved to be offered online: the B.S. in occupational and environmental safety and health; B.S.R.S. in radiologic sciences; M.S.W. in social work; and the certificate of proficiency in emergency medical technician-basic.

A reconfiguration of the B.S.M.E. in mechanical engineering, the B.S.E.E. in electrical engineering, and the B.S. in engineering management systems was approved to create a B.S. in industrial systems engineering at A-State Campus Querétaro.

Also for Campus Querétaro, the board approved the B.S. in business economics to be offered.

Four name changes were approved. The Department of Disaster Preparedness and Emergency Management becomes the Department of Emergency Management and Occupational Health; the Department of Management and Marketing becomes the Department of Management, Marketing, and Supply Chain; and the M.A. in criminal justice becomes the M.A. in criminology and criminal justice. Also, the CIP (classification of instructional programs) for the M.B.A. in business administration was changed from 52.0201 to 52.1301.

Program curriculum revisions were approved for the M.S.E. in educational theory and practice, A.A.S. in paramedic, certificate of proficiency in emergency medical technician-basic, and technical certificate in paramedic.

Six programs were deleted from the list of those offered: B.A. in environmental studies, the M.S.E. and graduate certificate in computer science education, the M.S.E. in biology, the M.S.N. in nurse anesthesia, and post-master’s certificate in biotechnology.

Wed, 03 Aug 2022 03:46:00 -0500 en text/html https://www.thesuntimes.com/news/state-board-approves-degree-and-certificate-program-changes-for-2022-23/article_d200970e-e212-51fd-aa47-44cb15010165.html
Killexams : Lightfoot assures cops: ‘I will always have your back’

Mayor Lori Lightfoot on Tuesday assured the existing crop of Chicago Police Department officers “I will always have your back,” at a time when a rank and file demoralized by a relentless string of canceled days off don’t necessarily believe it.

The mayor’s latest, most vociferous attempt to reclaim the police support that has abandoned her since her landslide victory in 2019 came at a graduation ceremony in the Navy Pier ballroom that also included the promotion of new detectives, field training officers, captains and evidence technicians.

It also was almost one year to the day after CPD officers gathered at the University of Chicago Medical Center to support their wounded colleague, Carlos Yanez Jr., and his slain partner, Ella French, turned their backs on the mayor as Lightfoot approached them.

French was killed and Yanez was left fighting for his life after being shot during a traffic stop in West Englewood.

“Our residents and our city need your skillful, courageous and rapid response. I know how big of a responsibility this is. But I want you to also know that, as mayor of this city, I will always have your back. I will always make sure that we are providing you with the best training, with the best resources to make sure that you are able to do your job, and when you need that extra support, that you have the resources that you need to heal,” Lightfoot told the graduates.

“As somebody who was honored to serve in this department 20 years ago and seeing firsthand the sacrifice and the smarts and the intelligence and the innovation that our officers have, I want to make sure that you know that we all see you and that we’re here to support you in every way that we can.”

Lightfoot ran CPD’s Office of Professional Standards, the in-house predecessor to the Civilian Office of Police Accountability.

New evidence technicians take an oath during the Chicago Police Department’s graduation and promotion ceremony on Tuesday Aug. 9, 2022.

New CPD evidence technicians take their oath during the Chicago Police Department’s graduation and promotion ceremony at Navy Pier on Tuesday.

Ald. Matt O’Shea (19th), whose ward is home to scores of police officers, challenged the mayor to “put her money where her mouth is” — by ensuring prompt City Council approval of his ordinance guaranteeing those officers one day off each week, no strings attached.

“This is a very important piece of legislation to show the men and women of the Chicago Police Department that we’re trying to take off some of the load,” O’Shea said.

“What I hear over and over — from not only officers in my community but citywide — is that they feel that elected officials and community leaders don’t have their backs.”

Ald. Anthony Napolitano (41st), a former firefighter and police officer in Chicago, has introduced another ordinance to require that officers get advance notice of their schedules, are able to decline excessive overtime and are offered a pay hike if they accept those extra hours.

Napolitano predicted Lightfoot’s, “I have your back” declaration will fall on deaf ears for many reasons.

They range from a what he called a pattern of “demonizing” officers as soon as a questionable video is posted on social media to her choice of outsider David Brown as CPD superintendent. The bill of particulars also includes eliminating 614 police vacancies, canceling days off in a way that spreads officers too thin and new policies limiting foot and vehicle chases, Napolitano said.

“When you start implementing policies like a no-foot-chase policy, I mean — what do we go to? Stop or I’ll say stop again and, if you don’t, all right, maybe I’ll catch you next Thursday? Try not to kill somebody while you’re running away from me?” Napolitano said.

“You gave up on the department. You’re looking at it as, crime is gonna cause too much of a lawsuit, so let it just happen where it happens. That’s the way coppers feel about it now,” he said.

Police officers attend the Chicago Police Department’s graduation and promotion ceremony at the Aon Grand Ballroom at Navy Pier, Tuesday morning, Aug. 9, 2022.

Police officers attend the Chicago Police Department’s graduation and promotion ceremony at the Aon Grand Ballroom at Navy Pier on Tuesday.

Napolitano said he was standing with rank-and-file officers at police headquarters Sunday when French’s star was retired.

“One officer turned to me and said, ‘We don’t need a change just for our department. We need a change for our city or we’re gonna lose it.’ And I said, ‘I’ve been saying that for three and a half years.’”

Julie Troglia, the widow of Jeff Troglia, a Chicago police officer who committed suicide in March 2021, was incensed by what Lightfoot told the latest crop of officers. The mayor “has not even begun to have their backs,” she wrote in an email to the Sun-Times.

“We are families of loved ones who have lost their life due to the horrific conditions that these men and women are working under. Conditions that have been condoned by her administration. If she really wants to have their back and make a real change for them, she needs to have a conversation with our families.”

New Chicago police officer Jeremiah Davis kisses his daughter Ava during family photos after CPD graduation ceremony at Navy Pier on Aug. 9, 2022.

New Chicago police officer Jeremiah Davis kisses his daughter Ava during family photos after Tuesday’s CPD graduation ceremony at Navy Pier.

During Tuesday’s speech, Lightfoot didn’t sugarcoat the challenges officers face.

The public’s “deep skepticism” of police officers can be overcome only if officers take the time to “learn the neighborhoods” and get to know the people they are policing.

“Take time to speak to the residents that you serve. Get out of your cars and walk the streets and say, ‘Hello.’ Really take in the vibrancy of these communities,” the mayor told the graduates.

“Be engaged with our residents because they do want to get to know you. They need to know that you’re not just a badge and a gun and a uniform. They need to see you for who you are. See you as your families see you. As sons and daughters of this great city. As people who have chosen service over self. When you make those connections, it is the most powerful tool you will have.”

The new officers will be joining a depleted force.

After a tidal wave of police retirements and depressed turnout for police exams that once drew thousands, the CPD now has 11,762 sworn officers, down from 13,353 officers before Lightfoot took office.The department has 1,408 sworn vacancies, according to the city.

So far this year, there have been 814 retirements, compared to 973 all of last year, and 625 in 2020.

Lightfoot balanced her 2021 budget by eliminating 614 police vacancies.

With homicides and shootings rising last fall to levels not seen in a quarter century, alderpersons urged the mayor to restore those vacancies. Lightfoot resisted, arguing the department was having trouble filling the openings it does have.

Officer Margaret Corcoran delivers the graduation address during the Chicago Police Department’s graduation and promotion ceremony on Aug. 9, 2022.

Officer Margaret Corcoran delivers the graduation address during the Chicago Police Department’s graduation and promotion ceremony on Aug. 9, 2022.

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Killexams : Biden administration says ‘Remain in Mexico’ policy is over No result found, try new keyword!The Department of Homeland Security says it has ended a Trump-era policy requiring asylum-seekers to wait in Mexico for hearings in U.S. immigration court. Mon, 08 Aug 2022 15:19:00 -0500 text/html https://www.sunherald.com/news/politics-government/national-politics/article264315716.html Killexams : Colby Management's Jennifer Jahn Earns CMCA® Designation

SUN CITY, AZ, Aug. 08, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Colby Management, an Associa company and  leading provider of top-tier community management and financial services throughout the Sun City area, is pleased to announce that team member Jennifer Jahn has earned the Certified Manager of Community Associations (CMCA®) designation from the Community Association Managers International Certification Board (CAMICB®).

The CMCA® is the only international certification program designed exclusively for managers of homeowner and condominium associations and cooperatives. It recognizes individuals who have demonstrated the fundamental knowledge required to effectively manage community associations. Established by the Community Associations Institute (CAI®) in 1995, CAMICB® is the professional accreditation body for more than ​20,000 community association managers worldwide.

Jahn began her community management career as a receptionist before moving into a manager role. She earned her Certified Community Association Manager (CCAM®) certificate in 2013 and worked as a community manager before temporarily stepping away to raise her children. Jahn joined Colby Management in 2021 and quickly began working toward her CMCA® certification. She is also currently working to earn her AMS® designation.

"I am proud of Jennifer for earning her CMCA® certification," said Marcy Cowan, Colby Management branch president. "This demonstrates a tremendous step forward in her long-term career growth and enhances her ability to meet the needs of our clients on a range of levels."

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Killexams : Solar storm from hole in the sun will hit Earth on Wednesday (Aug. 3)

High-speed solar winds from a "hole" in the sun's atmosphere are set to hit Earth's magnetic field on Wednesday (Aug 3.), triggering a minor G-1 geomagnetic storm.

Forecasters at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's Space Weather Prediction Center (SWPC) made the prediction after observing that "gaseous material is flowing from a southern hole in the sun's atmosphere," according to spaceweather.com