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GSM data link research completed

GSM data link research completed

first_imgImproved passenger information and emergency communications are in prospect following a research programme funded by Britain’s Department of Trade & Industry. Details of the Hiflirts project are to be unveiled by ERA Technology on January 24. The High Intensity data For Light Rail Transport Systems concept uses GSM radio links to transmit compressed digital audio and video signals and other data to and from moving vehicles. An on-train help point will provide communications between passengers, driver and control room staff, with video providing a back-up to the radio communications to enhance the perception of passenger safety. Multiple-channel radio operation offers enhanced bandwidth, conveying video images at 1 frame/sec. A demonstration unit has been developed under the initial programme, and the Hiflrts partners are now seeking further funding to help implement a trial operation on an existing light rail route.ERA Technology Ltd,Great BritainEnquiry Form Number 141last_img read more

Dottin helps Heat down Strikers in Big Bash

Dottin helps Heat down Strikers in Big Bash

first_imgCMC – WEST INDIES all-rounder Deandra Dottin made telling strikes to help Brisbane Heat to a comfortable nine-wicket win over Adelaide Strikers, in the Women’s Big Bash League on Friday.Sent in at the Adelaide Oval, Strikers stumbled to 113 for six off their 20 overs, with Bridget Patterson top-scoring with 32 and Tabatha Seville getting 32 not out.Strikers were tottering at 49 for five in the 11th over after medium pacer Dottin knocked over Tahlia McGrath (15) and Sophie Devine (13) in successive overs.However, Patterson and Seville then rescued the innings in a crucial 64-run, sixth wicket stand.Dottin was the best bowler, finishing with two for 13 from her three overs.In reply, opener Beth Mooney smashed 86 not out from 57 balls as Heat sped to their target with four overs to spare.Mooney cracked 10 fours and a six, putting on 56 for the first wicket with captain Kirby Short (18) and a further 58 in an unbroken second wicket stand with 18-year-old Laura Wolvaardt who was unbeaten on nine.last_img read more

New Castle, Beaver Falls capture WPIAL crowns with easy victories

New Castle, Beaver Falls capture WPIAL crowns with easy victories

first_imgSHAWN ANDERSON of New Castle scored 16 points to lead the Red Hurricanes to a 68-53 win over Hampton in the WPIAL Class AAAA championship game. (Courier Photos/William McBride) The New Castle boys basketball team has been flying high the last two seasons and Saturday night became the first team in WPIAL history to record back to back undefeated season’s in league play.New Castle beat Hampton (21-5) in last year’s WPIAL Class AAA title game. The two moved up in class this year and now met in the AAAA final at the Palumbo Center and the Red Hurricanes easily won, 68-53.Shawn Anderson scored 16 points for No. 1 seed New Castle, Antonio Rudolph had 15 and Anthony Richards added 12.Anderson was good in the regular season, but the senior forward is averaging nearly 25 points in four postseason games while making a push for WPIAL player of year honors.  Anderson has committed to the Naval Academy.Ryan Luther had 17 points for Hampton, which was making its fourth WPIAL title game in the past five seasons.  Luther is considered one of the WPIAL’s best players and has scholarship offers from Duquesne and Dayton. He is 6 feet 7 and can play inside or outside.The win pushed undefeated New Castle record to 26-0, and the Red Hurricane will now have to face Gateway in the first round of the PIAA state tournament.New Castle recently ended Gateway’s three-year run appearances in WPIAL title game.“If you give New Castle a big man to go with the players they have, they can compete with anyone in the country,” Gateway head coach Mitch Adams said.  “They have quickness; they can shoot well and defend.  They do everything you need to win games.  Still, I relish the opportunity to play them again.”Beaver Falls (23-3) blew out Burrell (19-7), 61-33, to win the Class AA championship Saturday night at Palumbo Center. The top-seeded Tigers raced to a commanding lead and kept extending it as they routed the Bucs.  The pressure and intensity continued, despite the large advantage.With the win, Beaver Falls got its second consecutive title, the ninth in school history and coach Doug Biega got his 300th career win.Senior guard Drew Cook led the Tigers with 20 points, Elijah Cottrill had 14 and Danny Stratton added 13.Burrell senior Cole Bush knows people are going to compare him to former Bucs star Joey Meyers. Meyers was 1,000-point scorer before going to play at Duquesne University and was an eighth-round draft pick of the New Jersey Nets in the 1983 draft.In the 1979 title game against Beaver Falls, Meyers had 22 points, but Burrell was defeated, 55-54, by a great Beaver Falls team led by Dwight Collins, Damon Bryant, Ron Rowan and Forest Grant.“Joey Meyers is a legend at our school and a lot people are comparing our team to their team and me to him. We are a football, wrestling and baseball school,” said Bush, a 6-foot-2 senior forward, who is averaging a “double double”. “I didn’t play basketball last year but I’m playing this year to stay in shape for football. Next year I’ll be playing running back or tight end for St. Francis.”last_img read more