Digital Radiography Market to Reach US$ 2,978.3 Mn by 2026 | Top Players- KA Imaging, Imaging Dynamics Company Ltd., Detection Technology Plc and more Forecast till 2026

The Global Digital Radiography Market is likely to gain significant impetus from recent technological advancements. According to a report published by Fortune Business Insights, titled ‘Digital Radiography Market Size, Share and Global Trend by Product Type (Computed Radiography, Direct Digital Radiography), Application (General, Radiography Dentistry, Oncology, Orthopedic) End User (Hospital, Clinics, Diagnostic Centers) and Geography Forecast till 2026,’ the market is likely to expand at an in impressive rate of 5.0% CAGR due to exceptional advancements made in the field of medical X-Ray technology. Fortune Business Insights has predicted a market to reach a value of US$ 2,978.3 Mn by the end of 2026. The report has pegged the global market at US$ 1,905.5 Mn in 2018. With high precision devices, it is possible to obtain images of the highest caliber for simplified treatment and diagnosis. Digital radiography principles enable quick image diagnosis and detection due to their ability to transfer the medical image into a computer or any other device for that matter. As people around the world demand faster methods to treat and diagnose their injuries or disorders, the global digi...

(LEAD) LG Electronics completes its first U.S. washing machine plant

(ATTN: CHANGES dateline; UPDATES with more details, LG official’s comments in paras 3, 9-12)By Kim Eun-jung SEOUL/TENNESSEE, May 30 (Yonhap) — LG Electronics Inc. said Thursday it has completed the construction of a new washing machine plant in the United States, which will produce high-end products for the world’s largest home appliance market. A ribbon-cutting was held at the US$360 million facility in Clarksville, Tennessee, with U.S. politicians and senior company officials, the South Korean electronics maker said. About 700 employees will work on the two main assembly lines for top-load and front-load models to churn out 1.2 million washers a year starting from later this year, LG said. The Tennessee plant spanning 77,000 square meters will mainly produce high-end washers for the U.S. market. The facility has been in operation since December, six months ahead of the schedule, as LG ramped up production in the U.S. amid import tariffs by President Donald Trump’s administration. After the U.S. government slapped safeguard duties of up to 20 percent on imported large residential washers in February 2018, South Korean companies have sought ways to incre...

© 2019 Copyright France 24 – All rights reserved. France 24 is not responsible for the

© 2019 Copyright France 24 – All rights reserved. France 24 is not responsible for the content of external websites. Audience ratings certified by ACPM/OJD Attacks on the police, insults for the president and violence at the Arc de Triomphe: AFP has captured the most striking moments of the half a year of protests by anti-government “yellow vest” demonstrators. Exactly six months ago, on November 17, 2018, nearly 300,000 protesters wearing yellow fluorescent jackets blocked roads and occupied roundabouts in rural and small-town France in the first major demonstration against rising fuel taxes. In the weeks afterwards, the movement spiralled into a nation-wide revolt against the cost of living and the pro-business policies of centrist President Emmanuel Macron, who was elected in May 2017. Every Saturday, tens of thousands of people try to keep alive the spirit of the rebellion in towns across France, although the numbers are down significantly from their height in November and December. On December 1, major rioting breaks out on the Champs-Elysees which has been the epicentre of the unrest through the biggest crisis in Macron’s short time in office. Anti-Macro...

When you buy something using the retail links in our stories, we may earn a small

When you buy something using the retail links in our stories, we may earn a small commission. Outside does not accept money for editorial gear reviews. Read more about our policy. Gear editor Ariella Gintzler loves the Houdini for its versatile, lightweight material. “The papery quality of the Houdini offers superior next-to-skin comfort; you can wear it over a short-sleeve shirt without that clammy shell sensation against your arms,” she writes. It’s billed as a trail-running shell, but works just as well for climbing. This hammock was one of our favorites in the 2018 Summer Buyer’s Guide for good reason: it’s lightweight and packs down to the size of a coffee mug, yet it supports 300 pounds. The Arkali heralds a new breed of hiking shoe. There’s off-road, off-trail, and then there’s off the map. HOKA ONE ONE® has just gone vertical with the Arkali. A combination of running shoe innovation, climbing shoe technology, and hiking boot engineering, the Arkali is ready for anything. The 2400 Southwest has a 40-liter main compartment made entirely from super tough, waterproof Dyneema fabric. The whole system comes in under two pounds, making it an ultralight option for weekend...

Employee ‘No Poaching’ Agreements Meet the Antitrust Laws: Protection of Employees in the New Economy | Shumaker, Loop & Kendrick, LLP

For centuries employers have maintained a strong interest in trying to protect their most valuable asset, their key employees, from solicitation by and loss to other employers, especially competitors. As a result, “no poaching” (i.e., “we agree to not solicit or hire each other’s employees”) agreements have become prevalent, not only in contracts between competitors, but also in many vendor/buyer agreements. DISCLAIMER: Because of the generality of this update, the information provided herein may not be applicable in all situations and should not be acted upon without specific legal advice based on particular situations. © Shumaker, Loop & Kendrick, LLP var today = new Date(); var yyyy = today.getFullYear();document.write(yyyy + ” “); | Attorney Advertising JD Supra is a legal publishing service that connects experts and their content with broader audiences of professionals, journalists and associations. This Privacy Policy describes how JD Supra, LLC (“JD Supra” or “we,” “us,” or “our”) collects, uses and shares personal data collected from visitors to our website (located at www.jdsupra.com) (our “Website...

Between the Montreal and Connecticut aerospace hubs, the Green Mountain State occupies a crucial location within

Between the Montreal and Connecticut aerospace hubs, the Green Mountain State occupies a crucial location within larger companies’ supply chains. Vermont: Between the Montreal and Connecticut aerospace hubs, the Green Mountain State occupies a crucial location within larger companies’ supply chains. Access to Canada’s $28 billion aerospace industry: Vermont Aerospace & Aviation, Aéro Montréal agreement facilitates supply chain opportunities. Army tests autonomous Sikorsky helicopter; Military UAS market worth $26.8 billion by 2025; Key military UAS providers Hyundai Motor Co. is teaming up with Boston, Massachusetts-based Top Flight Technologies Inc. to accelerate commercial applications of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), including cargo transport, inspection services, and surveillance missions for industrial sites. Top Flight’s hybrid gasoline-electric power system gives its Airborg H8 10K UAV more than 2 hours flight time with a 4kg payload. The company’s scalable UAV solutions include a 3D, real-time simulation environment and fleet management system that provides product development tools and a remote-location console that can simultaneously operate multiple UAVs. Hyun...

Assessing Major Growth Opportunities of Ignition Coil Market 2019-2024

The “Ignition Coil Market” report gives a weighty source to assess the market and other fundamental technicalities identifying with it. The examination unveils the total assessment and veritable parts of the Ignition Coil market. The report demonstrates a straightforward outline of the Ignition Coil market, that incorporates applications, blueprints, industry chain structure, and definitions. Moreover, it incorporates a far-reaching hypothesis of the Ignition Coil market and speaks to a significant exactness, experiences, and industry-substantiated projections of the universal Ignition Coil market. Besides, the examination underlines the top business players Bosch, Denso, Delphi, BorgWarner, Federal-Mogul, Hitachi, NGK, Yura, Mitsubishi, SparkTronic, SOGREAT, Zunyi Changzheng, Jiaercheng, Anhui KING-AUTO across the globe with clear association profiles, information of the general business, product, past conditions, and future predicted game plans. Also, the Ignition Coil market report plots a purposeful audit of macroeconomic signs, parent affiliations, and new startup ventures. The strike of the global Ignition Coil market is mentioned in the part of those areas, It demonstrate...

Blue lights from LED screens do not hurt your eyes — Quartz

Earlier this week, several articles warned of a new report from a French government agency outlining dangers of blue light from LED lighting. These headlines are alarming because, depending on the time of day and your phone or computer’s settings, your eyes are being exposed to blue light right now. LEDs, or light-emitting diodes, are hugely popular—they’re more energy-efficient than traditional lights, and 90% cheaper now than they were a decade ago. All screens have LEDs that emit blue light, as do many offices and homes. The press release (in French) put out by the Agency for Food, Environment, Occupational Health, and Safety is dire. Authors of the report claim their work “confirms the toxicity of blue light on the retina” while also showing that blue light can seriously disturb sleep-related biological rhythms. Not only that, but it says that there are environmental risks to blue light from LED screens, too. Oh boy. Danger is everywhere and eminent, it would seem. And yet, if you dig a little deeper, you’ll find you can take a sigh of relief. What the report gets right is that blue light from screens can affect our bodies and the environment. But the risks to typical screen...

The star turn of most hackspaces and other community workshops is usually a laser cutter. An

The star turn of most hackspaces and other community workshops is usually a laser cutter. An expensive and fiddly device that it makes much more sense to own collectively than to buy yourself. This isn’t to say that laser cutters are outside the budget of the experimenter though, we’re all familiar with the inexpensive table-top machines from China. Blue and white boxes that can be yours for a few hundred dollars, and hold the promise of a real laser cutter on your table. Owning one of these machines is not always smooth sailing though, because their construction and choice of components are often highly variable. A thorough check and often a session of fixing the non-functional parts is a must before first power-on. [Extreme Electronics] bought one, and in a series of posts documented the process from unboxing to cutting. Starting with a full description of the machine and what to watch for out of the box, then a look at the software. A plugin for Corel Draw was supplied, along with a dubious copy of Corel Draw itself. Finally we see the machine in operation, and the process of finding the proper height for beam focus by cutting an inclined plane of acrylic. The series rounds ...

With the stated intent of combating illegal immigration, Senators Chuck Schumer (D., N.Y.) and Lindsey Graham

With the stated intent of combating illegal immigration, Senators Chuck Schumer (D., N.Y.) and Lindsey Graham (R., S.C.) are crafting new legislation to institute a national identification card. The card would be required in order to be eligible for employment, and would in turn enable employers to identify and reject illegal immigrants who are seeking work. The card would be biometric, i.e., containing identifying characteristics unique to the physiology of the cardholder. In this case the biometrics would most likely be comprised of either a fingerprint or a scan of the veins on the back of the hand. This is not the first time a biometric card has been proposed: in the wake of 9-11, there was a strong push for a national ID card on the basis of national security. Schumer and Graham claim that the institution of a national ID would not be accompanied by the creation of a complementary database; however, no national identification system has ever operated independently of a database. It would be impossible to run a national ID system without a corresponding database available for purposes of verification. Thus, although the card would initially include only biometric and citize...

Think your 3D printer is precise? You need to see IVI » Gadget Flow

Discover the latest products and crowdfunding projects, create your feed, and wish list, and get access to our exclusive deals. You can do some amazing things with the right design software and a 3D printer. What’s more, the cost of this set-up has dropped sharply over the past five years. However, 3D printing is not without its challenges. Trying to produce parts and models that hold together and exactly resemble your design can be a very frustrating process. IVI is a new 3D printer that aims to make three-dimensional artistry a little more reliable. This table-top device utilizes a closed-loop control system, which ensures that your printer won’t miss a single layer. IVI also works as a precision laser engraver and CNC carving machine. Most 3D printers on the market are based on open loop control. This means that they deliver filament along specified routes, without actually checking to see whether your design is taking shape. Most of the time, this works out okay. But just occasionally, such printers miss a step. This results in a missing layer or a misplaced corner, potentially ruining your print. In contrast, IVI uses a closed-loop system. The printer has several sensor...

Uber, Lyft passengers in backseats face germier surfaces, safety risks

Rising awareness about the dangers of sitting in the back seat could give you pause the next time your Uber or Lyft rolls up to the curb. This conversation is moderated according to USA TODAY’s community rules. Please read the rules before joining the discussion. Study: The average rideshare vehicle has about 219 times as many germs as the average taxi and more than 35,000 times more than the average toilet seat. USA TODAY Sure, you check that the license plate and driver photo match what’s on the app. But should you also pull out hand sanitizer and sit up front to be safer? Concerns about cleanliness and the dangers of sitting in the back could give you pause the next time your ride rolls up to the curb. Experts say that riding in the back seat of a ride-hailing vehicle is germier than a toilet seat and potentially more dangerous than sitting in front. As millions of Americans embrace ride-hailing apps – and Uber gets ready to become a publicly traded company – the health and safety risks of back-seat riding are becoming clearer. According to a study by insurance company Netquote, the average rideshare vehicle has about 219 times as many germs as the average taxi, ...

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