Day: November 17, 2020

FLIR Systems Announces Artificial Intelligence Traffic Cameras for Predictive Traffic Management – Press Release

ARLINGTON, Va.–(Business Wire)–FLIR Systems, Inc. today announced two intelligent traffic system cameras, the FLIR ThermiCamAI* with thermal imaging and the FLIR TrafiCam AI visible camera, both with artificial intelligence (AI) to optimize traffic flow on roadways and at intersections. When combined with the FLIR Acyclica cloud platform, cities can apply the AI-camera data to predict traffic, prevent congestion and potential accidents, and create safer roads for drivers, cyclists, and pedestrians 24

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Trump administration rushes to auction off rights to oil drilling in Arctic National Wildlife Refuge

A GOP-controlled Congress in 2017 authorized drilling in the refuge, a vast wilderness that is home to tens of thousands of migrating caribou and waterfowl, along with polar bears and Arctic foxes.

”Receiving input from industry on which tracts to make available for leasing is vital in conducting a successful lease sale,” said Chad Badgett, the Bureau of Land Management’s Alaska state director, in a statement. ”This call for nominations brings us one step closer

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LISC announces up to $150 million in ‘AA-‘ Impact Notes to finance economic opportunity in underserved U.S. communities, fuel recovery from COVID-19

LISC announces up to $150 million in ‘AA-‘ Impact Notes to finance economic opportunity in underserved U.S. communities, fuel recovery from COVID-19

PR Newswire

NEW YORK, Nov. 16, 2020

NEW YORK, Nov. 16, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — The Local Initiatives Support Corporation (LISC) is issuing up to $150 million of Standard & Poor’s (S&P) ‘AA-‘ rated fixed-income LISC Impact Notes to help accelerate its efforts to build economic opportunity, bridge the racial wealth gap, and

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What to Know About Earthquake Insurance in New England: ‘Sunday Was a Reminder’

The strongest earthquake to hit southern New England in decades rattled homes on Sunday morning. 



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The earthquake didn’t cause any significant damage, but it may have you wondering about whether you are covered for damages if there’s a bigger one down the road.

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“Most people feel like that is something that happens out in California and not in our back yard, but Sunday was a reminder

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