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Fri, 07 Oct 2022 12:00:00 -0500entext/htmlhttps://www.reuters.com/markets/companies/ARTM.PKKillexams : Canucks Sports & Entertainment and Nortel partner to provide state of the art communications system at General Motors Place
Vancouver, B.C. – Vancouver hockey fans will soon have more to cheer about as Nortel* [NYSE/TSX: NT] works with Canucks Sports & Entertainment to implement a new Unified Communications solution at General Motors Place.
Beginning in September 2008, Nortel is launching a three-year project to outfit General Motors Place – Canada Hockey Place for the Vancouver 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games and home of the Vancouver Canucks – with the foundation for a complete Unified Communications solution. The solution is designed to enhance arena operations and to provide a variety of fan amenities.
“Canucks Sports & Entertainment is committed to delivering world-class entertainment and sporting events to our fans and partners throughout British Columbia,” said Chris Zimmerman, President and Chief Executive Officer, Canucks Sports & Entertainment.
“Nortel is an official communications provider for the Vancouver 2010 Winter Games and has experience in outfitting sports arenas,” Zimmerman said. “That certainly helped us make the decision to choose Nortel as the provider for General Motors Place.”
Nortel’s Unified Communications solution will allow executive suite patrons to access instant replays along with team and player statistics. It will also allow them to order tickets, Canucks Team Store merchandise and concessions within the executive suite, reducing time spent in lines and increasing time to enjoy the action.
In the latter stages of implementation, Nortel’s Unified Communications solution will use the installed wireless infrastructure to extend instant replay and other fan amenities to mobile devices throughout General Motors Place, and to enhance arena operations with asset tracking and management and mobile security solutions.
“Like all of our latest sports arena wins, the solution we’re implementing at General Motors Place shows that Unified Communications is about entertainment and productivity,” said Joel Hackney, president, Enterprise Solutions, Nortel.
“Fans get more entertainment options, more amenities, more enjoyment and fewer hassles,” Hackney said. “And arena staff get the tools they need to be more productive – in some cases, as much as 18 percent more productive based on third-party studies.”
Nortel’s Unified Communications solution for General Motors Place will include a range of Unified Communications Services from Nortel’s Global Services portfolio as well as Nortel’s Communications Server 1000 for VoIP, Ethernet Routing Switch 8600 for data and desktop unified messaging, and Nortel wireless LAN products.
Nortel innovations help sports stadiums and arenas bring games closer to the fans by providing new, media-rich applications and services. Nortel solutions have been selected for some of North America’s best-known sports arenas and stadiums, including the Louisiana Superdome in New Orleans, Jobing.com Arena in Phoenix, Bell Centre in Montreal, and Citi Field in Flushing. Nortel is also the Official Converged Network Equipment provider for the Vancouver 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games and the Official Network Infrastructure Partner for the London 2012 Olympic Games and Paralympic Games. About Nortel
Nortel is a recognized leader in delivering communications capabilities that make the promise of Business Made Simple a reality for our customers. Our next-generation technologies, for both service provider and enterprise networks, support multimedia and business-critical applications. Nortel’s technologies are designed to help eliminate today's barriers to efficiency, speed and performance by simplifying networks and connecting people to the information they need, when they need it. Nortel does business in more than 150 countries around the world. For more information, visit Nortel on the Web at www.nortel.com. For the latest Nortel news, visit www.nortel.com/news
Sat, 15 Oct 2016 18:12:00 -0500en-UStext/htmlhttps://www.nhl.com/canucks/news/canucks-sports-entertainment-and-nortel-partner-to-provide-state-of-the-art-communications-system-at-general-motors-place/c-452912Killexams : How Safe Is Safe For An AV ? The Answer (Expectation And Communication)
Ken Fordis a well recognized expert in the field of artificial intelligence. In his talk “On Computational Wings: The Prospects & Putative Perils of AI,” Ken discusses the progress of flying machines and compares them to their natural cousins — birds. We all know thatartificialflying machines (planes, helicopters) do not flap their wings, and this makes perfect sense. He goes on to build an analogy to artificial intelligence and the dangers of expecting human-like behaviour from artificial intelligence. In addition, an Einstein quote “Everybody is a genius. But if you judge a fish by its ability to climb a tree, it will live its whole life believing that it is stupid,” seems to also apply. That is, it may be best to use AI where appropriate as opposed to trying to mimic human behavior.
What does this have to do with the expectations of safety for Autonomous Vehicles (AV) ?
Today, the open question in the AV community is “What level of validation is sufficient to be acceptable to the public ?” Some would more coarsely say, “Humans kill over 40,000 people yearly, but one AV accident seems to be a show-stopper.” This group would advocate a more aggressive deployment approach with the notion that the result MUST be better than the human alternative. The counter argument to the above is: “What accidents will AVs get into which humans could have easily handled?”
How can one reasonably address these issues ? There seem to be two important ideas at play — Expectation and Communication. Let us consider each.
Today, AVs (level 2 and above) are placed into the public road system with a footprint which is exactly that of a human. With this use-model, AVs inherit all the expectation attributes of a human driving the car. This violates one of the key insights from Dr. Ford. Indeed, as we have discussed in “Is progress in AV technology gated by research in animal communication ?” these misexpecations have caused issues where the largest source of AV accidents is actually humans hitting AVs. Thus, the misalignment in expectations has a real cost.
If we are to follow this line of thinking, AVs must establish a clear expectation on their behaviour on the roads which is distinct from humans. Note, some in the engineering community would call this expectation setting as defining the Operational Design Domain (ODD). Their argument is that with the ODD one can build a validation and verification framework. Today, clear ODDs do not exist for any SAE level of automation, and in fact, even ADAS, the lowest level of AV automation has no clear ODD definitions. Perhaps this is why consumers say they will not pay a lot for safety(survey). No one knows exactly what they are getting. There are standardization efforts such as theUN ALKSwhich are attempting to remedy this situation. It is all good work.
However, in the context of AV, a long ODD manual is unlikely to suffice in this context. Rather, one needs clear short easily understood concepts such that the broader public can absorb them quickly and efficiently. The world of IT had to use this approach with reuse of concepts such as “file” and “window.” What is the equivalent for AVs ? This is an open question right now and cause of much of the angst. Examples such as conveying as discussed in “Will Truck Convoying Be The First Viable Commercial Application For AV Technology ?” are an interesting start.
“Observability, predictability, and directability are the necessary minimum properties of teamwork, whether human or machine. “ said Dr. Ford. In performing the driving task, humans communicate direction, intention, and risk constantly with each other. If one imagines the frightened face of a young teenage driver, one can understand the communication of risk. This communication combined with contextual understanding of the situation allows the transportation system to function efficiently.
One might reasonably ask “How well do current AVs embody these properties? “ Well, AVs do not communicate any of these attributes in a visible way to third parties. The lack of these communication mechanisms is a significant drawback for AVs. As the traffic police in Singapore pointed out in “Singapore And Autonomous Vehicles — Interesting Lessons In Governance, Planning, And Safety,” we test humans on their drivers license test for their ability to manage risk, how do we do that for AVs ? Good question !
This all brings us back to the main question: When will AVs be accepted from a safety point-of-view ?
The answer:When there are clear expectations around AV behavior with high level non-human connected ODDs AND the key elements of cooperative behaviour (observability, predictability, and directionality) are respected.
Fri, 12 Jun 2020 11:11:00 -0500Rahul Razdanentext/htmlhttps://www.forbes.com/sites/rahulrazdan/2020/04/11/how-safe-is-safe-for-an-av--the-answer-expectation-and-communication/Killexams : City Council hearing addresses E. coli, officials seek answers about communication
REASONS. DPW DIRECTOR JASON MITCHELL TOLD COUNCIL MEMBERS THE E. COLI CONTAMINATION STEMMED FROM A COMBINATION OF FAILING AND AGING INFRASTRUCTURE AND THREE MAJOR DEVELOPMENTS THAT COMPROMISE THE WATER THE KIRK AVENUE. VALVE REPLACEMENT THAT VALVE WAS INSTALLED IN 1915. IT WAS A SINKHOLE ON NORTH AVENUE, WHICH WAS INSTALLED ON AN 1898. AND IT WAS AN ABANDONED LINE THAT WE HAD TO DO AT THE TOWARD IT DOWN, WHICH WAS INSTALLED IN 1925 IN REGARDS TO THE ROOT CAUSE OF THE CONTAMINATION AND WHAT ACTIONS WERE TAKEN BY THE BUREAU OF WASTEWATER. YES, WE DO FEEL LIKE WE GOT A THOROUGH RESPONSE IN REGARDS TO THAT BUT THE THE BROADER ISSUE HERE AND THE MORE CONCERNING ISSUE HERE WAS THE LACK OF COMMUNICATION LACK OF TRANSPARENCY AND THAT WE DID NOT GET ANY OF THOSE QUESTIONS ANSWERED COUNCILMAN YITZY SCHLEIFER SAYS THE PUBLIC HAS TOLD HIM IT WAS THE WORST COMMUNICATION THEY’VE EVER SEEN IN ANY CRISIS. HE SAID IS WHEN THE AGENCIES PUT INFORMATION OUT THEY DID SO LATE AT AN OBSCURE PLACES LIKE TWITTER AND NEXT DOOR BEEN ROUTINELY HEARING FROM RESIDENTS WITHIN THIS AND CATCHMENT AREA THAT THEY DON’T TRUST THE WATER IN THERE IN THEIR HOMES BECAUSE OF THE LACK OF COMMUNICATION LACK OF TRANSPARENCY, AND THAT’S THE MOST CONCERNING THING PEOPLE HAVE TO HAVE TRUST IN THEIR WATER SYSTEM SARAH MATTHEWS LIVES IN WEST BALTIMORE AND CAME TO THE TO REPRESENT RESIDENTS IN HARLEM PARK. SHE SAYS SHE IS CONCERNED ABOUT THE LACK OF COMMUNICATION TO OLDER ADULTS IN WEST BALTIMORE. THEY ARE STILL CONCERNED THAT THE WATER IS NOT FIT FOR CONSUMPTION IN ADDITION, YOU KNOW ONE REALIZES THAT THE OLDER ADULTS ARE NOW DEPRESSED. A SCHLEIFER SAYS HE’LL TRY AGAIN TO GET SOME ANSWERS FROM DPW ABOUT THE PROBLEM WITH COMMUNICATIONS. I TRIED TO TALK TO THE DIRECTOR OF DPW I ASKED HIM TO DO AN INTERVIEW WITH ME, BUT WHEN I LOOKED AGAIN, HE SLEPT HE SLIPPED OUT THE SIDE DOOR REPORTING LIVE FROM DOWNTOW
City Council hearing addresses E. coli, officials seek answers about communication
Updated: 6:02 PM EDT Sep 29, 2022
In a push to get answers to the E. coli water contamination in west Baltimore, City Council members continued its series of hearings into the problem.A boil-water advisory was issued on Sept. 5 due to E. coli found in three water samples in the Sandtown-Winchester and Harlem Park neighborhoods. The advisory was partially lifted on Sept. 7 for a portion of the city and areas of concern in southwestern Baltimore County. Then, it was completely lifted on Sept. 9.Baltimore City Department of Public Works Director Jason Mitchell on Thursday told City Council members the E. coli contamination stemmed from a combination of failing and aging infrastructure and three major developments that compromised the water."The Kirk Avenue valve replacement was installed in 1915, there was a sinkhole on North Avenue which was in slatted in 1898, and there was an abandoned line which was installed in 1925," Mitchell said.Baltimore City Councilman Isaac "Yitzy" Schleifer, D-District 5, said constituents have told him the city's communication on the issue was the worst they've seen in any crisis."In regard to the root cause of the contamination and actions taken by wastewater, yes, we feel we got a thorough response in regard to that, but the broader issue here, and more concerning issue, was the lack of communication, lack of transparency, and we did not get any of those questions answered," Schleifer said.Schliefer said that when the agencies did put information out, they did so late and on obscure places, like Twitter and Nextdoor."We've been routinely hearing from residents that they don't trust the water in their homes because of the lack of communication, the lack of transparency. People have to have trust in their water system," Schleifer said.Sarah Matthews, a resident of west Baltimore, attended the hearing to represent residents in Harlem Park. She said she is concerned about the lack of communication to older adults in west Baltimore."They are still concerned that the water is not fit for consumption. In addition, no one realized that the older adults are now depressed," Matthews said.Schleifer said he wants to hear more about the communication failures.WBAL-TV 11 News tried to seek comment from Mitchell and officials with the city's wastewater bureau, but they did not make themselves available after the hearing.
In a push to get answers to the E. coli water contamination in west Baltimore, City Council members continued its series of hearings into the problem.
Baltimore City Department of Public Works Director Jason Mitchell on Thursday told City Council members the E. coli contamination stemmed from a combination of failing and aging infrastructure and three major developments that compromised the water.
"The Kirk Avenue valve replacement was installed in 1915, there was a sinkhole on North Avenue which was in slatted in 1898, and there was an abandoned line which was installed in 1925," Mitchell said.
Baltimore City Councilman Isaac "Yitzy" Schleifer, D-District 5, said constituents have told him the city's communication on the issue was the worst they've seen in any crisis.
"In regard to the root cause of the contamination and actions taken by wastewater, yes, we feel we got a thorough response in regard to that, but the broader issue here, and more concerning issue, was the lack of communication, lack of transparency, and we did not get any of those questions answered," Schleifer said.
Schliefer said that when the agencies did put information out, they did so late and on obscure places, like Twitter and Nextdoor.
"We've been routinely hearing from residents that they don't trust the water in their homes because of the lack of communication, the lack of transparency. People have to have trust in their water system," Schleifer said.
Sarah Matthews, a resident of west Baltimore, attended the hearing to represent residents in Harlem Park. She said she is concerned about the lack of communication to older adults in west Baltimore.
"They are still concerned that the water is not fit for consumption. In addition, no one realized that the older adults are now depressed," Matthews said.
Schleifer said he wants to hear more about the communication failures.
WBAL-TV 11 News tried to seek comment from Mitchell and officials with the city's wastewater bureau, but they did not make themselves available after the hearing.
Thu, 29 Sep 2022 10:08:00 -0500entext/htmlhttps://www.wbaltv.com/article/baltimore-e-coli-water-contamination-hearing-communication/41446527Killexams : What does it take to answer the call? Jacksonville seeks 911 communications officers
The calls made to the 18 police emergency communications officers inside the Jacksonville Sheriff's Office can range from quiet to riot.
Just ask 911 Supervisor Jacky Middleton, nine years under her belt answering calls that go from routine to some so painful her face still clouds with emotion to think about them.
One was a child calling for help, handled by the trainee she was working with so she could only watch — and listen.
"This happened to a child who had seen their mother commit suicide. That was very hard for me. There were no other adults there with the child," Middleton said. "... When you have to sit there and talk to this child and you have to keep them calm, those are the ones that get you."
It's a job that can weigh heavily on the dispatchers she is in charge of, Assistant Chief Erica Weber said.
"It's very stressful. There's a lot going on at the dispatch terminals themselves. There's a lot of responsibility," Weber said. "There's a lot of care taken by our dispatchers to make sure we are doing the right thing for our citizens and getting the calls out as quickly as we can. Also for our officers, who sometimes need a lightning-fast response and making sure they are getting help out to people quickly, but also getting calls answered in a timely fashion."
These men and women handle about 4,000 calls a day, working with four big screens displaying available officers, the status of other agencies, city maps and updates on assigned calls and more.
But despite lots of initial interest from people who attend the Sheriff's Office's virtual job fairs for 911 operator positions, the agency still has about 30 slots open to be the first person a victim or witness reaches out to when there's a shooting, car crash, fire or worse.
The trail of a 911 call
Place an emergency call to 911 or a non-emergency call to (904) 630-0500, and a police emergency communications officers will answer. Their official job titles are PECO I and PECO II.
The first takes the information and passes it on to the agency that can help, including about 11,000 calls a month to the Jacksonville Fire and Rescue Department, plus police departments at the beach cities. The second takes the information, then gives it a priority level as it is dispatched to the officer who can head there to help.
"It's busy all the time," Middleton said. "You never know what's going to be on the other end of that phone call. It could be a stray dog, or it could be, 'Hey, my brother just got shot!' You never know, and there's no typical day."
There should be 143 people working day and night shifts total in the second-floor communications center at the Sheriff's Office. But the vacancies mean Weber, with 16 years on the force, has clipped on a headset a time or two to handle calls.
"Sometimes they call and they are very calm, and sometimes they call and it is the exact opposite," Weber said. "... We try to be as professional and straightforward as we can with everybody, but people respond differently."
More sought to answer the call
The Sheriff's Office conducts monthly virtual job fairs to seek candidates for the PECO II position, with 87 registered for one that took place Aug. 31.
Those who watched the job fair heard from current employees and the agency's civilian recruiter, and could ask questions. They also learned that the starting salary is $44,000 annually, with a 5% increase after a year of probation. That pay was increased by $5,000 earlier this year to get more job candidates.
"We are looking for people who are patient, who can think critically through information," Weber said. "... I need someone who can think rationally about what they are being told so we can plug it into the appropriate fields so it gets to the dispatch side so we get them help."
"It's not an easy job. You are not scanning groceries, no disrespect to Publix, which is where I started," Weber said. "... They are not generally calling to say my kid got straight A's; they are calling because something really bad happened. It's a difficult position and I need people who are willing to work through that with our callers and our officers."
"Anytime anyone calls 911, it could be three minutes before we get there, but it seems like it's 20," Middleton added. "... When someone's screaming hysterically that someone's been shot, you are just in the moment. And when you are doing it by yourself, it's fight or flight."
That includes the ability to handle emotional calls and "keep their own mental health," then come back and do it again, Weber said. They have support from co-workers as well as employee assistance and Critical Incident Stress Management support services.
"Peer-to-peer within the com center is huge. I may sit at my terminal, shake my head and put it in my hands," Weber said. "Instantly someone shows up to say, 'Hey, are you OK?' Everybody recognizes the mental anguish and heartstrings that will be tugged on, and all acutely aware of what the next person is going through because they sat in that seat."
It was not a ransomware attack, they said. But the city quickly disabled the account as it implemented precautionary measures. That meant the Sheriff’s Office separated its computer servers from the city network, blocking outside internet access as internal systems continued to communicate.
So to get basic information from callers to cops, PECOs took a trip back in time — walking to dispatchers with what the caller told them, Weber said.
"We have a policy in place that takes us to paper cards," she said, holding one up. "This is not the first time we have not been able to access the computer and unable to use regular systems. There has been a system in place since at least 2016 to refer back to cards, get the job done and still be available to our citizens and officers."
"It doesn't happen a lot," Middleton added. "... Everybody in there, whether you like each other or not, they always come together and work as a team. And when things are hard, that's when they are at their best."
Thu, 08 Sep 2022 13:27:00 -0500en-UStext/htmlhttps://www.yahoo.com/lifestyle/does-answer-call-jacksonville-seeks-090126869.htmlKillexams : Umno/BN has no answers, no communications strategy, and much less moneyNo result found, try new keyword!As a result, Umno/BN’s communications and social media strategy fell apart on that fateful Tuesday when Najib was sent to jail. Today, Umno/BN has no coherent formulation of answers to the ...Tue, 11 Oct 2022 19:00:00 -0500en-UStext/htmlhttps://www.freemalaysiatoday.com/category/opinion/2022/10/12/umno-bn-has-no-answers-no-communications-strategy-and-much-less-money/Killexams : American Nortel Communications, Inc. (ARTM)
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