A Novel Analysis About Sport

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Cameras at a garage operated by LAZ Parking in Hoboken, N.J., allow cars to pass gates without stopping by identifying payers through their license plates. The owners of FlashParking , a company in Austin, Texas, that provides software and hardware for garages, see the future of driving — and, not coincidentally, parking — as a digitally centered platform that, in a very broad (and rather utopian) sense, could relieve congestion, pollution, anxiety and a few other things. Among their ideas is to move vehicles that do a lot of cruising around or idling — like those on Uber shifts and Amazon , FedEx and UPS trucks — into a restful parking spot in a “silo” equipped with a restroom and a food truck. “You only got to run in and deliver two packages?” asked Flash’s marketing executive, Neil Golson. “I got a spot for 15 minutes, and here’s a special price. That’s the evolution we’re enabling: Get people off the street and into the lot.” Flash’s chief executive, Dan Sharplin, called parking today “an accidental experience.” “You’re driving in town to do something, and then looking for parking,” he said. “But our view is there will be very few accidental drivers in the future. And that these parking assets” — garages — “can be converted into a dynamic hub of a broad network and connected in a digital fashion through consumer-facing apps. It only works if you reach the consumer where he lives today: on his phone.” Mr. Sharplin’s organization, which he describes as SaaS — software as a service — needs partners. In fact, Flash doesn’t own the garages or the thousands of other parking locations across the country that it supplies, he said. “But,” Mr. Golson added, “we do own the infrastructure: the hardware that makes the gates go up and down, the scooters, the E.V. charging stations.” An attendant in Hoboken, Arnel Smith, helping a customer at a FlashParking ticket machine.Credit...Andy Zalkin for The New York Times One of the garage’s cameras, which can also identify cars by a dent or a sticker.Credit...Andy Zalkin for The New York Times And there are other partners in the mix: the automakers. Flash is working with more than a dozen of them to integrate parking apps, Mr. Golson said. “But they’re not necessarily the ones creating the tech,” he added. “We want to be at the table as the parking adviser, alongside Google and Amazon and Uber.” Many garages that SP Plus, a Chicago-based company, manages across the country employ hands-free systems at the gates and mobile payments “to create a touchless experience,” said Jeff Eckerling, the company’s chief growth officer. Overall, the company oversees “upwards of two million” parking spaces in several thousand locations, including more than 70 airports, he said. Despite the touchless technology, stay-at-home restrictions that were mandated more than a year ago because of the coronavirus wreaked havoc on the parking garage business.

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The new ISO standards and what it means for food microbiologists Posted: 8 September 2020 | David Tomas | 1 comment David Tomas of Merck discusses how ISO standards relating to microbiology affect food testing laboratories and the benefits this can reap in an insightful interview. What is your background and field of expertise? I am an Application Specialist at Merck Life Science, with a focus on microbiological methods for food safety. I am also an expert member in several ISO and CEN technical committees centred on developing reference methods for food microbiology, and a technical auditor for the Spanish Accreditation Body (ENAC). Prior to Merck, I worked as a Senior Scientist at Nestlé Research in Switzerland on microbiological analysis development and implementation, and before that, I was the Head of the Microbiology and Molecular biology in an ISO 17025 laboratory in Spain. What do new ISO standards mean for quality assurance in quality control labs? ISO standards are reference methods for food microbiological regulations and widely used for food microbiological analysis. In 2017 several methods reviews were this hyperlink published, including new protocols and validation data. ISO methods are also required to demonstrate that new, rapid alternative methods are valid, provide equivalent results, and follow the ISO 16140‑2:2016 requirements for validation. The new standard ISO 16140-3 on method verification, currently in the last stage of development, will be very important in guaranteeing that validated methods are correctly implemented in each individual quality control laboratory. What benefits do such standards have? What are the challenges and how can we overcome them? ISO method are crucial to guarantee food safety and quality; they are the basis for laboratory accreditation according ISO 17025. This accreditation demonstrates the laboratory’s competence to customers, companies and go to the website regulatory authorities in reducing duplications, minimising errors, and speeding up the time to market. ISO methods facilitate the use of non‑proprietary technologies and supplies, paving the way for results that are reproducible between laboratories and accepted around the world. However, classical, culture-based methods take long to yield results, which is a critical issue for foods because it increases their costs and storage times. To overcome these limitations, regulations allow using alternative rapid methods for food businesses if they can provide validation data showing equivalent results. Using the latest published versions available through ISO or the websites of the responsible national committees, which are usually published in the local language, is important to guarantee compliance. New reviewed methods include the changes from previous versions and the impact of these changes in their introduction. Changes considered as major may impact method performance and results and, therefore, laboratories should perform additional verifications to demonstrate that they can make the method work. Alternative rapid methods should also be revalidated against the current versions when there are major changes.

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