Gen Bajwa inaugurates state-of-the-art Software Technology Park in Gilgit: ISPR

Gen Bajwa speaks at the inauguration of the Software Technology Park in Gilgit. Photo: ISPR 

GILGIT: Chief of Army Staff General Qamar Javed Bajwa paid a visit to the city on Tuesday to inaugurate a state-of-the-art Software Technology Park, said a statement by the ISPR. 

“#COAS visited Skardu and Gilgit today. On arrival at Skardu, COAS was briefed on latest situation and operational preparations of FCNA troops deployed along #LOC. Interacting with officers and men, COAS appreciated their high morale, operational readiness,” read a statement from the ISPR.

“COAS emphasised to ensure highest levels of readiness for effectively responding to emerging threats. COAS also visited Gilgit and inaugurated state of the art Software Technology Park, an initiative of Special Communication Organisation (SCO). The facility will help create environment for research and innovation in the fields of #IT and defence communication by honing and harnessing the skills of our brilliant youth,”

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Airport Getting $22 Million State-Of-The-Art Fire Station

To support growth at the airport and in San Jose, plans are under way to build a $22 million state-of-the-art fire station at Norman Y. Mineta San Jose International Airport.

Fire Station 20, which has operated at the airport for about 60 years, will be replaced with a new building, updated equipment and technology, and expand to serve downtown and freeways in the downtown corridor.

Mayor Sam Liccardo said that as the city will be densifying its core, the station is critical to keeping thousands of new residents and workers safe.

“We need to continue to invest in this airport, to shine this jewel,” Liccardo said.

City Manager Dave Sykes said the airport is an important center for employment and a critical economic driver.

Erica Ray, a San Jose Fire Department spokesperson, said although Fire Station 20 has been enlarged in the past, it’s at the point where it has

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Global Bionic Implants Market 2020 Latest Trending Innovation, New Technology, Major Players, [State-of-the-art] Outlook And Regional Analysis 2029

Pune, Maharashtra, India, August 31 2020 (Wiredrelease) Prudour Pvt. Ltd –: published a new industry research report on “Positive And Negative Impact Of Coronavirus/Covid-19 on Global Bionic Implants Market with detailed information break-down data by product types, segmentation by application, 2020 leading key players scenario visible among the impact of COVID-19 such as Orthofix International, Cyberonics, Medtronic, Ekso Bionics, NeuroPace, Boston Scientific, Biocontrol Medical, Second Sight Medical Products, LivaNova, St. Jude Medical, Ossur, Aleva Neurotherapeutics, Cochlear and Zimmer Biomet. 

The Bionic Implants market has been pickup high-quality momentum in the latest years includes a thorough compilation of the quantitative analysis of the industry for a period of 10 years in order to assist players to grow in the market. A more extensive study of the product application and services conducted by subject matter experts assessing the Bionic Implants market displays data in a statistical format to offer a better

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State-of-The-Art 3D Imaging Technology Available for Your Pets

Neel Veterinary Hospital recently invested in new, state-of-the-art 3D imaging equipment for pets.

Oklahoma City, OK, Sept. 16, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Neel Vet has implemented the Vimago, a new CT scanner developed by the veterinary technology giant, Epica Animal Health. It employs patented high-definition volumetric imaging, or HDVI, technology. 

“The Vimago’s HDVI enables doctors to see what is normal and abnormal with vastly better confidence and accuracy,” said Greg Stoutenburgh, founder of Epica Animal Health. “It is a difference that can save lives and something we’re incredibly passionate about at Epica.” 

This 3D imaging platform is the first of its kind and was engineered specifically for companion pets. The proprietary technology allows veterinarians to see images so detailed and high-resolution that lesions as fine as human hair are easily visible. This quality drew the attention of leadership at Neel Vet.

“Our mission is to offer the best quality of

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