Sunday, March 30, 2014
DAY 23 MH370 - MISSING PLANE -NO SIGN OF IT ANYWHERE YET
THE MISSING PLANE MH370 SITUATION AT 11:30AM SUN MAR 30,2014
NONE OF THE DEBRIS THEY FOUND YESTERDAY IS FROM THE PLANE.I THINK THEY FOUND MORE TO CHECK TODAY.THERES 35 CHINESE FAMILY MEMBERS IN KUALA LUMPUR DEMANDING THAT MALAYSIA FIND THEIR LOVED ONES.THEY WANT AN APOLOGY FOR SAYING THE PLANE IS IN THE OCEAN WHEN THERES NO PROOF.AND THEY WANT TO TALK TO THE MALAYSIAN GOVERNMENT FUTHUR ABOUT IT.THERE GOING TO USE AN UNDERWATER DRONE TO TRY TO LOOK FOR THE PLANE.SINCE THERES ONLY A FEW DAYS LEFT BEFOR THE BLACK BOX BATTERIES BURN OUT.
TONIGHT AT 10PM ON THE PATIONATE EYE CBC THEY WILL BE CONCENTRATING ON THE MISSING PLANE.FROM MANY POINTS OF VIEW.THATS SUN MAR 30,14 10PM ON CBC CANADA.
Long search looms for Malaysia jet, families renew protests-By Matt Siegel and Rujun Shen 15 minutes ago-MAR 30,14-Yahoonews-Black box locator is days away from new search zone
HMAS STIRLING NAVAL BASE, Australia/KUALA LUMPUR (Reuters) - T he search for missing Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 could take years, U.S. Navy officials suggested on Sunday, as search and rescue officials raced to locate the plane's black box recorder days before its batteries are set to die.Ten ships and as many aircraft are searching a massive area in the Indian Ocean west of Perth, trying to find some trace of the aircraft, which went missing more than three weeks ago and is presumed to have crashed.The chief of the China Maritime Search and Rescue Center, He Jianzhong, told the Xinhua state news agency no objects linked to the plane had been found on Sunday, and that Chinese vessels would expand their search area.Numerous objects have been spotted in the two days since Australian authorities moved the search 1,100 km (685 miles) after new analysis of radar and satellite data concluded the Boeing 777 travelled faster and for a shorter distance after vanishing from civilian radar screens on March 8. None has been confirmed as coming from Flight MH370.U.S. Navy Captain Mark Matthews, who is in charge of the U.S. Towed Pinger Locator (TPL), told journalists at Stirling Naval Base near Perth that the lack of information about where the plane went down seriously hampers the ability to find it."Right now the search area is basically the size of the Indian Ocean, which would take an untenable amount of time to search," he said."If you compare this to Air France flight 447, we had much better positional information of where that aircraft went into the water," he said, referring to a plane that crashed in 2009 near Brazil and which took more than two years to find.The U.S. Navy cannot use the pinger locator and other sonar used to listen for the beacons on the aircraft's flight data and cockpit voice recorders until "conclusive visual evidence" of debris is found, U.S. Navy spokesman Commander William Marks told CBS' "Face the Nation" program.If no location is found, searchers would have to use sonar to slowly and methodically map the bottom of the ocean, he said. "That is an incredibly long process to go through. It is possible, but it could take quite a while," he said.Among the vessels to join the search is an Australian defense force ship, the Ocean Shield, that has been fitted with a sophisticated U.S. black box locator and an underwater drone.Australia, which is coordinating the search in the southern Indian Ocean, said it had established a new body to oversee the investigation and issued countries involved in the search a set of protocols to abide by should any wreckage be found.Malaysia says the plane, which disappeared less than an hour into a flight from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing, was likely diverted deliberately. Investigators have determined no apparent motive or other red flags among the 227 passengers or the 12 crew.
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The Australian Maritime Safety Authority (AMSA) said aircraft from China, Australia, Japan, South Korea, Malaysia and the United States were involved in the search on Sunday.The search has involved unprecedented cooperation between more than two dozen countries and 60 aircraft and ships but has also been hampered by regional rivalries and an apparent reluctance to share potentially crucial information due to security concerns.Asked if more resources could added to the international effort, U.S. Navy spokesman Marks told CBS, "We have about as many assets out there as we can. You have to wonder if the debris is even out there. If we fly over something, we will see it."This week, Australia issued a set of rules and guidelines to all parties involved in the search, giving Malaysia authority over the investigation of any debris to be conducted on Australian soil, a spokeswoman at the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade told Reuters."Australia intends to bring the wreckage ashore at Perth and hold it securely for the purposes of the Malaysian investigation," the spokeswoman said.Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott on Sunday appointed a former chief of Australia's defense forces, Air Chief Marshal Angus Houston, to lead a new Joint Agency Coordination Centre-The JACC will coordinate communication between all international partners as well as with the families of passengers, many of whom are expected to travel to Perth.
The Malaysian government has come under strong criticism from China, home to more than 150 of the passengers, where relatives of the missing have accused the government of "delays and deception".On Sunday, dozens of angry relatives of Chinese passengers from Beijing met with Chinese embassy officials in Kuala Lumpur, piling more pressure on the Malaysian government over its handling of the case."We arrived here this morning with sorrow and anxiety, because the special envoy from Malaysia, the so called high-level tech team, did not give us any effective information in meetings that took place in three consecutive days," said Jiang Hui, a relative of one of the victims."We want the Malaysian government to apologize for giving out confusing information in the past week which caused the delay in the search and rescue effort."(Additional reporting by Morag MacKinnon and Michael Martina in Perth, Lincoln Feast in Sydney, Paul Carsten and Xihao Jiang in Beijing, Andrea Shalal in Washington; Editing by Dean Yates, Jeremy Laurence and Frances Kerry)
THE MISSING PLANE MH370 SITUATION AT 12:00AM SUN MAR 30,2014
WOULD A SITUATION LIKE THIS NOT BE THE MOTHER OF ALL FALSE FLAGS.IF IT DEALT WITH GOVERNMENTS-PLANES-20 DEFENCE ENGINEERS OF FREESCALE MISSING OR POSSIBLY KIDNAPPED.AND A GIGANTIC COMPANY THATS INTO EVERYTHING.A COMPETITOR WE MIGHT SAY.JUST MY THOUGHTS SPEAKING HERE AGAIN.BUT WE ARE LOOKING FOR MOTIVES.AND BIG COMPANIES HAVE BIG BUCKS TO ACCOMPLISH WHAT THEY WANT DONE ESPECIALY IF THEY WORK FOR GOVERNMENTS.AND IF THEY HAD THE MEDIA ON THE SIDE OF THE FALSE FLAG.
Patent suit targets Intel, Freescale, Marvell-Dylan McGrath-8/24/2011 04:32 PM EDT
SAN FRANCISCO—A company going by the name Power Management Systems LLC filed a complaint earlier this week in U.S. federal court charging that semiconductor vendors Intel Corp., Freescale Semiconductor Inc. and Marvell Technology Group Ltd. market chips that infringe upon a U.S. patent controlled by Power Management Systems.The complaint, filed in U.S. District Court in Delaware, alleges that products offered by the three chip firms infringe U.S. Patent No. 5,504,909, titled "Power Management Apparatus Co-located on the Same Integrated Circuit as the Functional Unit that it Manages." The patent, awarded in 1996, describes a novel power management system for ICs, according to the complaint.The complaint lists the principal place of business for Power Management Systems as Frisco, Texas. A web search revealed no website or further information about the company.The suit specifically alleges infringement of the patent by Intel's Atom Z6xx, Freescale's i.MX515 and Marvell's PXA940 products. The suit also states that the alleged infringement is not necessarily limited to these products.The suit requests a jury trial and asks the court to award unspecified damages to Power Management Systems from all three defendants, as well as attorney's fees.
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I CAN NOT BE CERTAIN IF EATON GOES BY THE NAME POWER MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS LLC.BUT IF THEY ARE.FREESCALE WOULD BE A BIG COMPETITOR I WOULD GUESS.EATON IS INTO AVIATION AND AEROSPACE AND MILITARY WHITEHOUSE DEFENCE SYSTEMS. FREESCALE COULD REALLY HAVE AN ENEMY COMPETITOR HERE IF THIS POWER MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS.AND IF IT IS EATON WHO DONE THE COMPLAINT THEIR FROM FRISCO TEXAS.AND WERE IS FREESCALE FROM.TEXAS ALSO.THIS EATON JUST GOT INVOLVED IN THE MIDEAST ALSO.SO WE HAVE PLANES-COMPETITORS-2 GIGANTIC COMPANIES.AND MAYBE FREESCALE MIGHT HAVE BEEN GETTING TO BIG FOR THEIR WORLDWIDE COMPETITOR YOU MIGHT SAY.IF EATON IS THE COMPANY IN THIS COMPLAINT. AND EATON WORKS FOR WHITEHOUSE DEFENCE AND MICROCHIPS ARE VERY IMPORTANT IN OBAMACARE.BUT THIS IS JUST MY THOUGHTS AGAIN.I THINK OUT LOUD ON PAPER A LOT.AND EATON IS BIG IN OIL AND GAS ALSO.
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U.S. Army Selects Eaton to Support Its Global Power Conservation and Alternative Energy Initiatives-Date: November 5, 2013
PITTSBURGH … Power management company Eaton today announced it has been contracted by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Engineering and Support Center, Huntsville, to help advance energy conservation and implementation of alternative energy projects at U.S. Army-operated facilities around the world. Eaton is one of 11 companies to receive the $600 million shared capacity multiple award task order contract.“Drawing on our proven record of successful energy projects with major government customers, Eaton is well positioned to help the U.S. Army reduce operating costs and increase electrical resilience in the U.S. and abroad,” said John Stampfel, vice president and general manager, Electrical Engineering Services and Systems Division, Eaton.Under the contract, Eaton will provide existing condition surveys, system designs, installation and commissioning for energy efficiency and renewable energy projects. Planned projects include, but are not limited to, the implementation of solar and wind generation, geothermal heating, lighting retrofits, and energy monitoring and control systems. The services entail a project scope of one base year, with four optional years to include all design and construction work.The contract is one of several recently awarded to Eaton from government organizations, including $35 million to evaluate electrical systems at U.S. Department of Defense facilities, $10 million in retro-commissioning services for U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs medical campuses, and $3.2 million to evaluate and modernize lighting systems at the Pentagon in Washington, D.C.The project will be led by Eaton’s Electrical Engineering Services and Systems Division and its Energy Solutions Group, which performs energy-focused engineering, construction, and consulting services for a wide range of market segments, including government, health care, education, utilities, commercial, industrial and other institutional facilities. Eaton provides a comprehensive portfolio of services tailored for every stage of a power system’s lifecycle, including design, build and support. To learn more, visit www.eaton.com/eess.Eaton’s electrical business is a global leader with expertise in power distribution and circuit protection; backup power protection; control and automation; lighting and security; structural solutions and wiring devices; solutions for harsh and hazardous environments; and engineering services. Eaton is positioned through its global solutions to answer today’s most critical electrical power management challenges.Eaton is a power management company providing energy-efficient solutions that help our customers effectively manage electrical, hydraulic and mechanical power. A global technology leader, Eaton acquired Cooper Industries plc in November 2012. The 2012 revenue of the combined companies was $21.8 billion on a pro forma basis. Eaton has approximately 102,000 employees and sells products to customers in more than 175 countries. For more information, visit www.eaton.com.Mark Horner - (412) 893-3590
New Eaton Microgrid Management System Enhances Fuel Savings, Reliability, and Troop Safety on Military Forward Operating Bases-Date: March 27, 2014--Intelligent Mobile Power Distribution System Designed for Force Provider to Transform Generators into a Fuel Reducing Demand-Managed Microgrid
PITTSBURGH … Power management company Eaton today announced the launch of Intelligent Mobile Power Distribution System, a microgrid management solution engineered to enhance the efficiency, reliability and safety of military forward operating bases. The new system can transform independently operating generators into a demand-managed microgid. In initial testing at U.S. military base Fort Devens, the systems reduced fuel consumption in excess of 30 percent.Intelligent Mobile Power Distribution System manages the output of generators as an intelligent system and is designed to provide adequate power to meet current demands, rather than inefficiently engaging all generators at all times. This can reduce energy waste and provide bases with enhanced power surety by preventing grid collapse caused by generator fault, and by shifting demand onto supporting generators for a reliable, safe supply of power.“Reducing energy demand is a critical priority for the military with the potential not only to save revenue but to enhance the safety of our troops,” said John Stampfel, vice president and general manager, Electrical Engineering Services and Systems Division, Eaton. “By increasing the efficiency of onsite power Intelligent Mobile Power Distribution System can help limit the risks that troops face as they use, transport and store fuel.”Demonstrating the impact of the solution, Fort Devens tested Eaton’s Intelligent Mobile Power Distribution System. Following the system enhancement, fuel consumption for a typical forward operating base was reduced by more than 30 percent.“The success of Army missions and the security of our soldiers are dependent on reliable access to energy and water,” said Katherine Hammack, assistant secretary of the Army, Installations, Energy and Environment, during a panel at the Association of the United States Army annual meeting.This dependence, and the threat it faces in military zones, has led the Army to pursue energy alternatives and resource management strategies.Intelligent Mobile Power Distribution System is designed to be compatible with leading generator manufacturers to help simplify installation and enhance scalability for future power system expansion. Additionally, the demand-managed system can be further enhanced with optional solar and energy storage connectivity for seamless integration into renewable energy microgrid installations.To learn more about Intelligent Mobile Power Distribution System and Eaton’s portfolio of power management solutions for government and military applications, visit www.eaton.com/government.Eaton’s electrical business is a global leader with expertise in power distribution and circuit protection; backup power protection; control and automation; lighting and security; structural solutions and wiring devices; solutions for harsh and hazardous environments; and engineering services. Eaton is positioned through its global solutions to answer today’s most critical electrical power management challenges.Eaton is a power management company with 2013 sales of $22.0 billion. Eaton provides energy-efficient solutions that help our customers effectively manage electrical, hydraulic and mechanical power more efficiently, safely and sustainably. Eaton has approximately 102,000 employees and sells products to customers in more than 175 countries. For more information, visit www.eaton.com.Mark Horner - (412) 893-3590
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Eaton Projects Middle East Revenues of $800 Million by 2015 and Opens New Regional Headquarters and Manufacturing Hub-Date: November 14, 2013
DUBAI … Power management company Eaton (NYSE:ETN) today announced it has invested $6 million in the development of a new state-of-the-art manufacturing hub and Middle East regional headquarters. The new facility, located in Dubai’s Jebel Ali Free Zone (JAFZA), was officially opened this week by Eaton’s Chairman and CEO Alexander M. Cutler at a ceremony attended by its 160 Dubai-based employees. The new regional headquarters will play a central role in driving Eaton’s ambitious plan to increase Middle East revenues to $800 million by 2015.Eaton has operated in the Middle East for more than four decades, contributing to the development of the region’s infrastructure with power management solutions that include legacy brands Westinghouse, BILL, MEM, Cutler-Hammer, Powerware and Moeller. The opening of Eaton’s new regional headquarters follows the acquisition of Cooper Industries, completed in November 2012, which significantly increased the breadth of the company’s electrical product portfolio, globally and across the Middle East.The combined company has approximately 102,000 employees with 2012 sales of $21.8 billion on a pro forma basis in 175 countries. In the Middle East, Eaton employs more than 300 people in 19 offices across the region. Eaton is growing rapidly in the Middle East, forecasting 18 percent growth in 2013 revenues compared to the previous year.
Eaton’s new Middle East headquarters and manufacturing plant covers 86,000 square feet (7,990 square meters) with space available to more than double in size in the future. The new plant will ship low and medium voltage products and assemblies to oil and gas, utility and large infrastructure customers across the region. In addition to manufacturing and assembly, the new facility will house a regional service center that will provide certification programs for consultants and engineers throughout the region.The Dubai facility will also be home to Eaton’s regional front-end and support functions including sales, marketing, human resources, supply chain and finance. A Customer Experience Center will be built to showcase Eaton’s heritage and power management solutions.“Eaton has been in the Middle East for four decades and the opening of this new facility marks the beginning of a new and exciting chapter in the company’s growth story in this vibrant region,” said Cutler. “Our vision is to establish Eaton as one of the premier power management companies in the Middle East and we are investing heavily to support rapid growth in annual revenues to $800 million by 2015.”“Our new manufacturing capacity will play a critical role in ensuring Eaton can efficiently deliver local solutions to local customers,” said Eaton’s Middle East General Manager, Frank Ackland. “With strong capabilities across energy, utilities and construction, further enhanced by the acquisition of Cooper, we are gearing up for accelerated growth in 2014 and beyond.”Eaton is a power management company providing energy-efficient solutions that help our customers effectively manage electrical, hydraulic and mechanical power. A global technology leader, Eaton acquired Cooper Industries plc in November 2012. The 2012 revenue of the combined companies was $21.8 billion on a pro forma basis. Eaton has approximately 102,000 employees and sells products to customers in more than 175 countries. For more information, visit www.eaton.com.+41 21 823 4715
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