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Caring - We work hard for you, our customers and always aim to meet and ideally exceed your expectations. Dedicated Design Team - Rocket Medical has its own dedicated design team using the latest design software systems.We also collaborate with external specialist design houses and universities to expand our capabilities. Regulatory - We take quality seriously. We are registered to the stringent requirements of ISO9001, US FDA and also the dedicated European medical standard ISO13485 Innovative - Rocket Medical is always seeking new ideas, new techniques, new materials and new manufacturing processes to bring the best available products for your patients. Bio-compatibility - Rocket Medical is committed to ensuring you receive products of the highest quality and to achieve this we only use materials with bio-compatabilities established for long term usage. Our products are independently tested to FDA and European standards. Open, Approachable - You are always welcome to visit our factory and discuss our products and services. Many of our new product ideas come directly from you, our customers. Flexible - Where ever possible, we offer you the opportunity to customise our standard products to meet your own particular needs. Wide range of manufacturing skills - To better support you, Rocket Medical has assembled a remarkable range of manufacturing skills from large scale injection moulding to complex insert moulding, extrusion and fine detail tube finishing. High grade cleans rooms provide for the assembly of an increasingly wide range of products for Infertility, Interventional Radiology and Cardiothoracic applications. Longevity - Rocket Medical has been in existence since 1964 and has grown steadily. We are a privately owned company that plans and invests for the future so you can be assured of long term service and support.
More importantly, they argue that trust plays a vital role in economic systems because it is essential to the process of exchange (Arrow, 1972).
Why Use Zend Framework? Alan Seiden PHP on IBM i consultant/developer email: firstname.lastname@example.org blog: http://alanseiden.com Strategic Business Systems, Inc. • Developing Web apps on IBM i (and iSeries, i5...) since 1996 • Based in Ramsey, New Jersey • IBM Business Partner Power Systems hardware, software, development, consulting • Zend Business Partner Working with Zend since they brought PHP to IBM i in 2006 We offer Zend’s training and Zend Server software to complement our consulting/development services Alan Seiden, Strategic Business Systems Why Use Zend Framework | | 2 Alan Seiden PHP on IBM i Developer / Consultant / Mentor • • • Contributor to IBM’s Redbook PHP: Zend Core for i5/OS First IBM i developer certified in Zend Framework Developer of IBM/COMMON’s “Best Web Solution” of 2009 Contact: email@example.com or 201-327-9400 Blog/articles: http://alanseiden.com Alan Seiden, Strategic Business Systems Why Use Zend Framework | | 3 What we’ll discuss today • Zend Framework as the premier PHP framework • Why ZF is a great match for the IBM i • What ZF can do for your PHP/i projects • How to get started! • Questions Alan Seiden, Strategic Business Systems Why Use Zend Framework | | 4 What I’ve been doing lately with PHP and ZF Alan Seiden, Strategic Business Systems Why Use Zend Framework | | 5
The production of energy using renewable natural resources such as wind, sunlight, rain, tides, geothermal heat, etc., has gained much importance in recent years as it is an effective means of reducing greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. The need for innovative technologies to make the grid smarter has recently emerged as a major trend as the increase in electrical power demand observed worldwide makes it harder for the actual grid in many countries to keep up with demand. Furthermore, electric vehicles, from bicycles to cars, are developed and marketed with more and more success in many countries all over the world. To answer the increasingly diversified needs for training in the wide field of electrical energy, Lab-Volt developed the Electric Power Technology Training Program, a modular study program for technical institutes, colleges, and universities. The program starts with a variety of courses providing in-depth coverage of basic topics related to the field of electrical energy such as ac and dc power circuits, power transformers, rotating machines, ac power transmission lines, industrial controls, and power electronics. These basic courses incorporate most of the subject matter covered in other well established Lab-Volt training systems such as the Electromechanical Training System, Model 8006, Power Electronics Training System, Model 8032, Industrial Controls Training Systems, Series 8036, and Power Transmission Training System, Model 8055, as well as many new topics related to recent technologies. The program then builds on the knowledge gained by the student through these basic courses to provide training in more advanced subjects such as home energy production from renewable resources (wind and sunlight), large-scale electricity production from hydropower, large-scale electricity production from wind power (doubly-fed induction generator [DFIG],
TRAINING SCHEDULE SUBSTATION EQUIPMENT OPERATIONS (16 HOURS) EPP026 20 Bryan Riverside Campus, Bldg. 6030, 3100 State Highway 47 Apr 29-30 8 a.m. Feb 18-20 8 a.m. Jan 27-30 1 p.m. Apr 15-17 8 a.m. Apr 1-3 Electric Power 8 a.m. THREE-PHASE TRANSFORMERS (28 HOURS) EPP235 46 San Antonio TEEX-H B Zachry, 9350 South Presa, 1-866-213-7806 TRAIN-THE-TRAINER: WOOD POLE CLIMBING INSTRUCTOR (28 HOURS) EPP015 30 Bryan Riverside Campus, Bldg. 6030, 3100 State Highway 47 JANUARY - JUNE 2014 TROUBLESHOOTING CUSTOMER LINE SERVICE COMPLAINTS (24 HOURS) EPP010 48 Bryan Riverside Campus, Bldg. 6030, 3100 State Highway 47 Your provider of professional training since 1940. UNDERGROUND ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION (24 HOURS) EPP004 21 Bryan Riverside Campus, Bldg. 6030, 3100 State Highway 47 Stay Connected With Us . . . UNDERGROUND ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS (24 HOURS) EPP006 21 Bryan Riverside Campus, Bldg. 6030, 3100 State Highway 47 Jan 28-30 8 a.m. May 28-30 Facebook.com/TEEXitsi 8 a.m. Twitter.com/TEEXsafety UNDERGROUND ELECTRICAL TROUBLESHOOTING (24 HOURS) EPP005 33 Bryan Riverside Campus, Bldg. 6030, 3100 State Highway 47 Go to teex.org/electricpower to register and to see the latest course schedules! WOOD POLE CLIMBING TECHNIQUES (32 HOURS) EPP001 49 Bryan Riverside Campus, Bldg. 6030, 3100 State Highway 47 Jan 27-30 8 a.m. Electric Power TRAINING SCHEDULE Fundamentals of Electricity ONLINE Course (EPP400) JANUARY - JUNE 2014 Learn the fundamentals of electricity without ever leaving your home or office. This online course provides a foundational understanding of the basic principles of electricity and a comprehensive understanding of voltage, current, resistance, power, and their interrelationships. TEEX has been authorized by the International Association for Continuing Education & Training (IACET) to award 0.2 Continuing Education Units (CEU) for successful completion of this course. New Reduced Price $50 • Sign up and receive email at teex.org/subscribe. • Download training facility maps at teex.org/maps. • Find the most current course information at teex.org/electricpower. Infrastructure Training & Safety Institute teex.org/electricpower 800-SAFE-811 (800-723-3811) • For additional information, contact TEEX-ITSI at Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: 800-723-3811 Go to teex.org/electricpower to register. C14.7205.10
ARRA Opportunity: DOE Workforce Training for the Electric Power Sector September 22, 2009 The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) has just announced a funding opportunity utilizing funds under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) to facilitate the development of a well-trained, highly-skilled workforce for the electric power sector to help implement the smart electricity grid. An opportunity for universities and colleges, including community colleges, to develop the next-generation electric power workforce is included as the STEPS (Strategic Training and Educating in Power Systems) program. Funding: DOE plans to make available up to $100 million for two initiatives – Topic A: Developing and Enhancing Workforce Training Programs for the Electric Power Sector ($35 to $40 million); and Topic B: Smart Grid Workforce Training ($60 to $65 million). A sub-program will be funded within the Electric Power Sector initiative focused on Strategic Training and Education in Power Systems, or STEPS. The STEPS program is focused on curriculum development at colleges and universities, including community colleges. Funding will be available for projects up to three years in duration. Eligibility: Eligibility for grants under this ARRA initiative is open to all domestic entities, including...
Apprenticeship Training Models Leveraging EPCE online courses to make apprentice training more efficient and improve the apprentices’ learning experience The retirement bubble is coming—a large percentage of the energy workforce is slated for retirement within the next few years, which will leave a critical employment gap. This gap will have a negative impact on utilities’ ability to meet the demands of the work. The 21st century economy demands a workforce with some degree of post-secondary education and the adaptability to respond immediately to changing situations. EPCE is playing a lead role in meeting these demands by implementing apprenticeship training models that use online Electric Power Technology courses to meet specific training needs within approved apprenticeship training programs. The EPCE-sponsored online Electric Power Technology education program, delivered by the Bismarck State College National Energy Center of Excellence (BSC), provides apprentices with a core set of skills and competencies, as well as a foundation in electrical systems, transformers, and electric components. EPCE, a collaborative industry coalition, developed and regularly maintains the coursework through a national curriculum committee made up of...
Welding is everywhere, and Lincoln Electric has been there since the beginning. Lincoln Electric has always been a leader and innovator in the design and production of arc welding equipment and consumables. Headquartered in Cleveland Ohio, we are also a worldwide leader in robotic arc welding systems as well as plasma and oxyfuel cutting equipment. The catalog you hold in your hands contains some of the best performing, most well made and tested Welders and Consumables on the market today. We are committed to your success. At Lincoln Electric, we have a global team of professionally trained Technical Sales Representatives, Application Engineers, and Customer Service Representatives ready to help you improve quality and productivity, while reducing costs. And with more than 2,000 Authorized Distributor partners, no other company is better able to serve your welding and cutting needs....
Smart Business Systems was established in 1988 and has experienced a continuous, steady growth over the 24 years servicing the greater Los Angeles area. The fundamental objective of our organization has always been to supply effective business solutions and high quality support to our customers. Our philosophy is, and always has been, to provide quality solutions to ensure low cost and continuous support to our customers. We do not sub-contract any of our operations.
Emerging online collaboration platforms such as Wikipedia, Twitter, or Facebook provide the foundation for socio-technical systems where humans have become both content consumer and provider. Existing software engineering tools and techniques support the system engineer in designing and assessing the technical infrastructure. Little research, however, addresses the engineer’s need for understanding the overall socio-technical system behavior. The eﬀect of fundamental design decisions becomes quickly unpredictable as multiple collaboration patterns become integrated into a single system. We propose the simulation of human and software elements at the collaboration level. We aim for detecting and evaluating undesirable system behavior such as users experiencing repeated update conﬂicts or software components becoming overloaded. To this end, this paper contributes (i) a language and (ii) methodology for specifying and simulating large-scale collaboration structures, (iii) example individual and aggregated pattern simulations, and (iv) evaluation of the overall approach. Keywords: Design Tools and Techniques, System Simulation, Collaboration Patterns, Large-scale Socio-Technical Systems