Cycle Show 2012 photos – part 3

first_imgFrom yesterday’s Cycle Show 2012, both Campagnolo and Ribble had impressive stands. Campy had its EPS on show, whilst Ribble wheeled out its Ultra triathlon/TT bike… Related www.cycleshow.co.uklast_img

Barrister suspended for not holding practising certificate

first_imgA barrister who carried out reserved legal activities for almost six years without a valid barristers’ practising certificate has been suspended.Bernadette McGurk faced an independent disciplinary tribunal following charges of professional misconduct brought by the Bar Standards Board.The tribunal found that McGurk carried out reserved legal activities on behalf of the Crown Prosecution Service between 1 August 2012 and 11 February 2018 without authorisation.The tribunal also found that by not holding a valid practising certificate, McGurk failed to take reasonable steps to manage her practice competently and in such a way as to achieve compliance with her legal and regulatory obligations.Director of professional conduct at the BSB, Sara Jagger, said: ‘The tribunal’s decision to suspend Ms McGurk serves as a warning to barristers of the serious consequences that can flow from failing to comply with their practising obligations.’The tribunal’s decision is open to appeal.last_img read more

Local support for International Campaign, 16 Days of Action Against Gender Based Violence!

first_imgAddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterTwitterShare to LinkedInLinkedInLinkedInThe 16 Days of Action against Gender Based Violence Campaign aims to raise awareness of domestic abuse and other forms of violence which are mainly experienced by women and girls. The campaign runs from 25th November, which is the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women , to 10th December ,which is Human Rights Day.The Domestic Abuse and Violence Against Women Partnership (DAVAWP) is supporting the 16 Days Campaign with the following events:16/11/15 – 07/12/15: On line public vote on DAVAWP Song Writing Competition for Young People www.dumgal.gov.uk/davawp/• 25/11/15: Robert Burns Cinema, 5.30pm: Free community screening of “Do I Sound Gay?” Documentary which addresses issues like gender stereotyping and homophobia.• 02/12/15: Launch of a commitment for Dumfries and Galloway’s work to become a White Ribbon Region• 10/12/15 – Oasis Youth , 7.30pm : DAVAWP Song Writing Competition Awards Ceremony and Anti-Violence Concert• 10/12/15: Launch of DAVAWP and Queen of the South FC joint campaign to promote the White Ribbon Campaign.• Throughout the 16 Days Campaign the DAVAWP will also send updates via social media.DAVAWP Chair, Prof. Hazel Borland said: “Violence against women harms women here in Dumfries and Galloway and across the whole world. The 16 Days Campaign is an opportunity to stand up against these forms of violence by highlighting them and taking a stance against them. I would like to invite the local Residents to support our events and also take part in our song writing competition public vote. ““We are delighted to launch our work to become a White Ribbon Area. The White Ribbon Campaign aims to encourage men to work against violence against women, with the understanding that most men do not commit violence against women. The Campaign gives men the opportunity to sign the pledge to “never commit, condone or remain silent about violence against women.”last_img read more

Blighter’s Micro-Doppler Ground Surveillance Radar Deployed at the Indian Border

first_imgBlighter Surveillance Systems is supplying its Blighter B400 series E-scan micro-Doppler ground surveillance radar to Dat-Con Defence for deployment along the Indian border.The Blighter radar was supplied to and deployed by Dat-Con Defence in 2018 as part of the Indian Government’s Comprehensive Integrated Border Management System (CIBMS). CIBMS is designed to establish a multi-tier security ring – ground surveillance radar, thermal cameras, unattended ground sensors, seismic vibration systems, fences, and fence protection systems – to protect the country’s long international borders.Dat-Con has integrated the Blighter radar, cameras, and other sensors into its own command and control (C2) system. Sensor information from its C2 system is integrated with the CIBMS system to alert quick response teams (QRTs) of the Indian Border Security Force for action. Dat-Con has partnered with in-country Pune-based Ador Powertron for this pilot project.The Blighter B400 micro-Doppler radar is best-in-class as it outperformed all the other radars in an Indian Government-sponsored trial. Also, this radar is highly effective in difficult terrains – such as mountains, plains and coastal areas, as it has been deployed for many years now along the 250 km Korean DMZ, in what is considered one of the world’s most mountainous countries with environmental extremes of -30ºC in winter and a humid +40ºC in summer.The Blighter radar’s wide elevation beam was a key feature for the Indian CIBMS project as it ensures that the radar can operate effectively in all terrains allowing the hills, mountains, plains, riverine territories and marshes to be scanned simultaneously, without the need to tilt the radar. The wide beam also provides detection of low flying manned and unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) and drones.The solid-state passive electronically scanned array (PESA) radar detects small and slow-moving targets, even in cluttered environments, due to the radar’s coactive frequency modulated continuous wave (FMCW) micro-Doppler fast-scan processing. The radar delivers a 24 x 7 x 365 all-weather persistent surveillance capability. It can detect and track a walking person at 11 km (6.8 miles), a crawler at 4.6 km (2.9 miles) or a large moving vehicle at 25 km (15.5 miles) and then cue a camera system to follow and identify targets.Blighter Surveillance Systems has now sold hundreds of its E-scan ground surveillance radars across 35 different countries. It has systems deployed along the Korean demilitarised zone (DMZ), on the US Southern border, in several Middle Eastern countries, and now in India too.Blighter Surveillance Systems delivers an integrated multi-sensor package to system integrators comprising the Blighter radars plus cameras, thermal imagers, trackers and software solutions. Its ITAR-free systems are used worldwide in commercial, government and defence markets in area and asset protection for national border security, homeland security, critical infrastructure protection such as oil and gas facilities, coastal surveillance, and in military applications.Dat-Con Defence will be showcasing the Blighter B400 series radar at The International Defence Exhibition and Conference (IDEX 2019), at the Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Centre (ADNEC), Abu Dhabi, UAE, (Stand 10-B15: Slovenia Pavilion), from 17 to 21 February 2019.Blighter Surveillance Systems will also be exhibiting at SCTX 2019, the Security & Counter Terror Expo (Stand I-61) at London Olympia from 5 to 6 March 2019. For more information about Blighter products, click here.last_img read more

17-year-old Blake Tomlinson leads Salt Lake City Open

first_imgSALT LAKE CITY – Seventeen-year-old Blake Tomlinson fired a 6-under-par 65 to take the first-round lead at the Salt Lake City Open Saturday at Mountain Dell Lake Course.The senior-to-be at Skyline High School leads River Oaks Golf Course pro Todd Tanner by one shot and Davis Park assistant pro Zach Johnson and University of Utah senior Gentry Hicks by two shots. Those four will play in the final foursome Sunday at 2:10 p.m. at Bonneville Golf Course.Talons Cove assistant Milo Lines came in at 68, while Tommy Sharp, and amateurs Ryan Klassovity and Chase Lansford shot 69.Bloomington pro Scott Brandt leads the senior division with a 69, while Daniel Johnson leads A Flight with a 71 and Rick Gates and Branden Kunicki lead the B Flight with 74s.Tomlinson’s round was highlighted by an eagle at No. 5 and a 25-foot birdie putt at No. 14. Tanner had a chance to tie for the lead, but three-putted his final hole.SALT LAKE CITY OPENMountain Dell Golf CourseLake CoursePar-7165 – a-Blake Tomlinson66 – Todd Tanner67 – Zach Johnson, a-Gentry Hicks68 – Milo Lines69 – Tommy Sharp, a-Ryan Klassovity, a-Chase Lansford70 – Steve Schneiter, a-Kenny You, a-Jeff Jolley71 – Jordan Bloxham, a-C.J. Lee, a-Rhett Rasmussen72 – Chris Moody, Chris Stover, Tanner Alder, Dan Engle, Kim Thompson, a-Elijah TurnerSenior pros69 – Scott Brandt71 – Brad Stone72 – Kim ThompsonA Flight71 – Daniel Johnson73 – Bryce Till, Rajeev. Balasbramonian74 – Chris Wright, Oscar Maxfield, Ron NewrenB Flight74 – Branden Kunicki, Rick Gates75 – Anthony Torres77 – Todd Albiston, Frank Ciaralast_img read more