P.J. Stock explains how a VHS tape, a humbling moment, and a decision to become ambidextrous helped him carve out an NHL career
P.J. Stock explains how a VHS tape, a humbling moment, and a decision to become ambidextrous helped him carve out an NHL career
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The North Dufferin Baseball League will hold a virtual meeting near the end of April with representatives from all teams in the League to discuss options with regards to moving towards league play this summer. Usually, this is the time of year that member clubs start gearing up for baseball season with players anxious to get into spring training and looking forward to some good games on the diamond. The current situation has put a damper on all organized sports and at this point in time, no one is sure what is going to happen. League executives held an initial discussion in early March to figure out the logistics and concerns of operating a baseball season this year. The executive have to wade through a lot of restrictions and rules when deciding the next course of action.T hey have to contend with provincial regulations, OBA policies, and the fact that the League has teams in four separate health districts. After that first meeting it was decided that it is unlikely the League will start a playing season in May. This buys the league a bit of time to consider options and see how things progress over the spring. The Executive provided an update and options to member clubs on March 29, in regards to running a competitive or exhibition season. The meeting in April with team representatives will allow them to review any updates or changes and dis-cuss the best way of moving forward. The most restrictive issue which prevents the League from starting a competitive baseball season are the pro-vincial regulations. Those regulations, which until recently restricted the number of players per league to 50, pretty much made it unlikely a regular season could take place. The new provincial restrictions that went into effect on April 8, reduces the number of people who can gather outdoors to five – which means no games and no practices while the regulation is ongoing. League executive will continue to monitor provincial regulations and health protocols and provide updates to its membership. Brian Lockhart, Local Journalism Initiative Reporter, New Tecumseth Times
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Like most decisions that profoundly affect the way humans live, land use is seldom approached as a life altering exercise. At the end of February, Mississauga Council voted unanimously to oppose the construction of the GTA West Highway. Two weeks later, a vote at the Region of Peel returned the same result. It was a historic shift in a suburban region that since its existence has been built around highways. It’s now at a watershed. All that’s at stake is its very future. Does Peel want to be a cosmopolitan centre, marked by complete communities and walkable burroughs that attract some of the most highly skilled residents and employers in the world, or does it want to draw more warehousing and trucking operations that line industrial areas in between sprawling subdivisions served by six-lane thoroughfares hemmed in by the nearest 400-series highway? The decisions by a growing list of municipalities now opposed to the GTA West Highway have pushed some of the plan’s supporters into the public eye, as they battle to save the 400-series highway. The route, which will cut through northwest Brampton and south Caledon, was scrapped by the Liberals in 2018, after an expert panel found it would save just 30 seconds on travel times in the region and cause significant environmental damage. The highway plan was also a direct contradiction of the Province’s commitment to higher order transit investments in support of complete communities and an end to sprawl-inducing planning. Fresh from winning a landslide 2018 election victory, Doug Ford and his strong PC majority government restarted the route’s environmental assessment. Last summer, it announced this process would be expedited so the highway could be delivered significantly faster by reducing vital study periods. Ford and his government have failed to explain how the environmental assessment process will be sped up, whether crucial research into watershed and air quality impacts along with ecosystem studies and effects on local species will be properly completed before any construction activity begins. A group of Caledon council members including Jennifer Innis and Mayor Allan Thompson has worked feverishly in support of the growth the highway represents: warehouses, sprawling suburban subdivisions and low slung retail. There are no dynamic, urban landmarks in this post-war vision, no high-rise office towers housing skilled professionals from around the world, no awe-inspiring arts and cultural venues. Even existing natural features will be paved over for the sprawling subdivisions. The 413 GTA West Highway is the lifeline to this spread out suburban oasis. But public pressure is now mounting against it. And even the PCs, who previously seemed more than willing to push the developer-driven highway agenda, have started to distance themselves from the project. In two separate comments last month, the Government House Leader, Paul Calandra, lowered the enthusiasm of his government’s previous stance on the highway. “There is still a tremendous amount of work that needs to be done here, some consultations of course that have to happen with our partners in the area and (the) environmental assessment,” he said in the legislature in March. “Once we accomplish all of the consultations, if it makes sense for the highway to proceed, it will, if it doesn’t, we won't.” While the PC leadership suddenly seems to be taking notice of the significant and widespread public backlash against the 413 Highway, ahead of next year’s provincial election, some groups have remained committed to their support for the massive transportation corridor. Local leaders at the Brampton Board of Trade have shared their support for the GTA West — describing it as a key for the local logistics industry — while a major developer and landowners have also been transparent in their support. Oddly, the local board of trade has been recognized as a key stakeholder in Brampton’s 2040 Vision, a master plan document adopted by the current council as the official planning principle of the city. It rejects warehouses and sprawling subdivisions, car-dominated planning and the isolating built form that has divided the city’s neighbourhoods, and people, from each other. The document was created with the input of more than 11,000 Brampton residents who provided comments and ideas incorporated into the 2040 Vision. The resuscitation of the GTA West Highway stands in the way. Which direction will Peel choose as at least a million new residents arrive over the next 25 years? A decision around the future of the highway project could soon be wrenched from the hands of the provincial government, whether it is enthusiastic about the route or not. Following a request by Environmental Defence and climate law firm Ecojustice, the federal government is considering an appeal to upload the provincial environmental assessment process. If Ottawa decides federal issues, including protected species and carbon emissions, are going to be impacted by the highway, it could seize control from the Province. The plan could then be scrapped altogether. But that’s a big if. Its future could be dictated by local interests. Unwilling to see Queen’s Park lose control of the project, Mississauga—Lakeshore PC MPP Rudy Cuzzetto has been forceful in his support of the route, which will not bring any tangible benefits to residents in his riding. “I do not believe the GTA West Corridor should be cancelled,” he said in an email. The Pointer reached out to all PC MPPs in Brampton and Mississauga, but only Cuzzetto replied. One major GTA developer has been more vocal than Cuzzetto’s colleagues. Orlando Corporation, a company that leases out employment lands, has been outspoken in its defence of the highway plan, which plays a key role in its lucrative business model. “Residential growth is not going to be significantly impacted by the construction of this highway, it’s going to occur regardless, but employment growth surely is,” Phil King, president, Orlando Corporation, told councillors in March. “The 413 is also an essential piece of infrastructure to open up new employment areas along its route, which is badly needed… a consequence of not building 413 will be that Peel and the GTA will not be able to meet its employment targets as it does not have enough land.” According to its website, Orlando Corporation is “Canada’s largest privately-owned industrial real estate developer and landlord”. The company operates on a development model that lives and dies by the highway. Listed in Orlando’s portfolio are industrial employment facilities like warehouses, retail spaces in the form of car-oriented plazas and a portion of office space. In many directory listings, Orlando emphasizes the amenity that provincially funded and constructed highways bring to its privately owned business. The company even names many of its premises after the highways they are built beside. The model attracts low-slung retail and logistics operations, plazas, manufacturing and fulfilment centres. It gobbles up land and creates very little high-income employment. It’s the opposite of urban, dense, dynamic vertical growth around complete community concepts. The old suburban-style commercial offerings are something many companies are moving away from, opting for locales where employees live in walkable areas served by transit, not hollow industrial buildings surrounded by gaping boulevards. In 2018, announcing a plan to vacate its suburban Mississauga headquarters and move to Toronto, computing giant Microsoft explicitly cited transit connectivity as an issue. Instead of expecting workers to tumble out of their personal vehicles in the morning, brandishing the drive-through coffee they grabbed on the way to work, Microsoft wanted to inspire dynamism. It was a huge blow. Highly skilled tech-sector workers left Mississauga for its big-city neighbour, taking their six-figure salaries with them. By locating in downtown Toronto, served by a regional rail network that reaches as far as Barrie, Oshawa and Kitchener, the company can pursue employees across the GTA without worrying about congestion. The walkability of downtown and the surrounding features allow staff to engage with each other and their environment in a much more human way than the isolating confines of a corporate campus housed in a far-off corner next to a highway. Mississauga got the message and is on its way to transforming its own downtown area from a formerly sleepy car-dominated enclave into a dynamic, walkable city centre. But it’s not there yet. “Microsoft says moving to a new facility at 81 Bay Street (CIBC SQUARE) will enable the company to better serve its customers, collaborate with its technology partners and to attract top talent to a central location, one well served by transit and more accessible to universities and innovative new tech start-ups,” a media release issued on behalf of the company explained. “Clearly, without the highway, the ability to grow employment lands in Caledon will be restricted,” King continued, addressing council members. “If there’s no highway put in place, just the capacity of the existing road network will not be able to accommodate the truck traffic. As you rightly noted, Highway 50 is already at capacity.” The presentation, from a company unafraid of association with an increasingly politically unpopular and environmentally destructive project, relies on a business-as-usual scenario. It assumes Caledon will want to follow Brampton’s expansion, handing over swathes of land to warehousing and logistics companies, with large commercial trucks dominating local streets. Following the same path means leaders and residents are okay with two congested commutes per day in their future, forever. It assumes they will be happy to travel to neighbouring cities for nightlife or a range of cultural and artistic experiences. It is built on the idea that the Brampton and Caledon residents stuck behind the wheel for hours each day, divided up in little boxes that represent yesterday’s planning, are happy with the status quo. This highway-centric thinking for job creation often yields fewer opportunities per hectare in warehouses or trucking operations, compared to offices served by transit where a range of jobs in related sectors and innovative operations can be located. These highway-corridor jobs, including warehouses like Amazon’s, offer poorly paid work (Amazon’s Canadian warehouse workers make about $16.50 on average or about $34,000 annually) compared to other types of skilled employment attracted by a completely different type of land use model. As a campaign for paid sick days sponsored by Peel Public Health has demonstrated, warehouse work leaves much to be desired in terms of employment rights. Highways attract fewer jobs and, those they do bring, are often poorly paid. Another one will make Brampton and Caledon a destination for more blue-collar workers, a mismatch with the current demographics, which show Brampton has one of the best-educated populations in the country, thanks largely to the highly skilled immigrants it attracts. Data from Statistics Canada show this disconnect in action, as more and more new arrivals treat Peel as a stepping stone, not a destination. The massive levels of annual immigration to the region hide the truth that many of its new residents don’t stay long. Between 2018 and 2019, almost 20,000 people moved away from Peel to other parts of Ontario. The area remains a magnet for newcomers, but many are not staying long. In Brampton, largely because of the lack of skilled employment options in the city, about two-thirds of employees are forced to leave the city every day for their jobs (the pandemic has allowed many to work from home). Mississauga learned the lessons of low-skilled employment the hard way and now, decades after a big industrial expansion around its highways and airport, a concerted effort is well underway to convert the very warehouses a highway can spawn into state-of-the-art film studios. Its city centre now features a forest of highrises and areas along its lakeshore and other parts of the city are being planned for dynamic future urban growth. With its status as the largest undeveloped portion of Peel Region, Caledon can choose to replicate the mistakes Mississauga and Brampton are now grappling with, or it can try to skip a step. It can court the same highway centric jobs in logistics and trucking the 413 will bring, or it can concentrate on developing dynamic and livable communities from the word go. Large parts of Bolton have already followed the warehousing and industrial route and this has created a buffer of land that can not be used for complete communities. The fear is decision makers will continue the domino planning around these massive warehouses to guarantee much of Caledon can’t be planned more progressively. Orlando Corporation would like nothing more. It is just one example of the GTA West’s supporters, but it's particularly notable for its outsized influence over local decision makers, evidenced by the support its presentations garner around the council table. Without the highway, Peel will be forced to think outside the box. Land use could be dynamically linked to job creation, which Brampton and Caledon desperately need, and would not fall back on a process that has failed residents forced to commute elsewhere for work. The developers who own the land along the highway corridor will cash in dearly by slapping up valuable subdivision housing throughout the stretch of Peel. Private interests such as those motivating Orlando’s support represent the type of city building Mississauga has already moved away from. Which future will the rest of Peel choose? Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Twitter: @isaaccallan Tel: 647 561-4879 COVID-19 is impacting all Canadians. At a time when vital public information is needed by everyone, The Pointer has taken down our paywall on all stories relating to the pandemic and those of public interest to ensure every resident of Brampton and Mississauga has access to the facts. For those who are able, we encourage you to consider a subscription. This will help us report on important public interest issues the community needs to know about now more than ever. You can register for a 30-day free trial HERE. Thereafter, The Pointer will charge $10 a month and you can cancel any time right on the website. Thank you. Isaac Callan, Local Journalism Initiative Reporter, The Pointer
The U.S. Bureau of Prisons has no immediate plans to send thousands of inmates released during the COVID-19 pandemic back to prison, but to prevent that from happening in the future, Congress needs to change the law, its head said Thursday. "We're going to use good judgment and common sense and work within the law," said BOP Director Michael Carvajal in testimony before the Senate Judiciary Committee, noting the agency has no desire to "arbitrarily" disrupt peoples' lives by forcing them to return to prison. Last March, Congress authorized the Justice Department to declare an emergency so it could expand the pool of low-level, non-violent federal inmates who could qualify for home confinement, to contain COVID-19's spread throughout the federal prison system.
Key Urgent Care Apps market participants include PatientSafe Solutions, Inc., TigerConnect, Inc., Siilo Holding B.V., Medisafe Limited, Hospify Limited, Allm Inc., CommuniCare Technology, Inc. (Pulsara), Voalte, Inc., Vocera Communications, Inc., and Alaya Care Inc.Vancouver, British Columbia, April 15, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The global urgent care apps market is projected to reach value of USD 7931.1 Million by 2027, according to a current analysis by Emergen Research. During the forecast period, the global urgent care apps market is anticipated to expand substantially, due to growing adoption of personalized medical treatment applications. Increasing penetration of smartphones is anticipated to boost the adoption of urgent care apps, thereby propelling the global urgent care apps market during the forecast period. Moreover, rising implementation and development of urgent care apps by governments is likely to fuel the market in the next few years. For instance, in April 2020, for COVID-19, the Government of India launched the Arogya Setu app for touch detecting and symptomatic tracking. However, lack of better Internet connectivity in underdeveloped nations is likely to restrain the global urgent care apps market during the forecast period. Claim Your FREE Sample Copy with Table of content@ https://www.emergenresearch.com/request-sample/441 Key Highlights of Report In January 2020, Procura Holdings NA (Procura) was acquired by Alaya Care Inc. The contract would allow Alaya Care to provide companies of all scales across the globe with an unparalleled solution, enhancing its goal of becoming the most reliable home & community care technology provider in the world.Due to the rising number of emergencies requiring medical attention, such as accidents and cardiac attacks, the triaging apps & pre-hospital emergency care segment is expected to experience significant growth in the next few yearsDuring the forecast period, the stroke segment is expected to experience substantial growth at a CAGR of 34.4%. Increasing consumer awareness about the benefits of urgent care apps, such as personalized services and shorter waiting times, is estimated to boost the segment during the forecast period.Due to the increasing demand for improved healthcare management applications, the symptom checking segment is projected to witness substantial growth throughout the forecast period Due to increasing federal and private investments and initiatives to facilitate the adoption of urgent care applications, the Asia Pacific market is expected to register the most rapid growth rate throughout the forecast periodKey market participants include PatientSafe Solutions, Inc., TigerConnect, Inc., Siilo Holding B.V., Medisafe Limited, Hospify Limited, Allm Inc., CommuniCare Technology, Inc. (Pulsara), Voalte, Inc., Vocera Communications, Inc., and Alaya Care Inc. Check Our Prices@ https://www.emergenresearch.com/select-license/441Emergen Research has segmented the global urgent care apps market in terms of type, clinical area, deployment, usage, and region. Type Outlook (Revenue, USD Million; 2017–2027) Collaboration Apps & In-hospital CommunicationTriaging Apps & Pre-hospital Emergency carePost-hospital Applications Clinical Area Outlook (Revenue, USD Million; 2017–2027) Cardiac ConditionsStrokeTraumaOthers Deployment Outlook (Revenue, USD Million; 2017–2027) Cloud-basedOn-premises Usage Outlook (Revenue, USD Million; 2017–2027) Medication ManagementEmergency Care & TrainingSymptom CheckingRehabilitation Click to access the Report Study, Read key highlights of the Report and Look at Projected Trends: https://www.emergenresearch.com/industry-report/urgent-care-apps-market Regional Outlook (Revenue, USD Million; 2017–2027) North America U.S.CanadaMexico Europe GermanyU.K.FranceBENELUXRest of Europe Asia Pacific ChinaJapanSouth KoreaIndiaRest of APAC Latin America BrazilRest of LATAM Middle East & Africa Saudi ArabiaUAERest of MEA Take a Look at our Related Reports: AI-Enabled Medical Imaging Solutions Market By Product (Software, Hardware), By Workflow (Image Acquisition, Image Analysis, Reporting, and Communication), By Therapeutic Application (General Imaging, Specialty Imaging), By Deployment Mode, By Modality, and By Region, Forecasts to 2027 Smart Factory Market By Component (Industrial Robotics, Sensors, Control Devices, Industrial Network, Machine Vision), By Solution (PLC, PLM, MES, ERP, SCADA), By Industries (Process Industries and Discrete Industries), Forecasts to 2027 Smart Manufacturing Market By Information Technology (Manufacturing Execution System, Industrial Communication), By Enabling Technology (Industrial Robotics, IIoT), By Industry (Aerospace & Defense, Automotive), Forecasts to 2027 About Emergen Research Emergen Research is a market research and consulting company that provides syndicated research reports, customized research reports, and consulting services. 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Key players in the Sports Technology market include IBM, Ericsson, Cisco, Fujitsu, SAP SE, Oracle, NEC Corp., LG, Sharp Corporation, and Samsung.Vancouver, British Columbia, April 15, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The global sports technology market is projected to reach a market size of USD 40.22 Billion by 2028, according to latest analysis by Emergen Research. This growth can be attributed to increasing adoption of advanced technologies for a range of applications in the world of sports. The COVID-19 pandemic and lockdown has severely impacted the global sports industry as all sporting events and stadiums remained under lockdown. A vast majority of athletes and players have suffered due to inability to train and stay in top shape. As a result, 2021 is a pivotal year for athletes, broadcasters, teams, and fans around the globe, and taking a more technologically advanced approach in all fields of sports is projected to be the way forward. Increasing utilization of Virtual Reality (VR) by athletes and professional sports teams for improving training and performance is a key factor boosting growth of the sports technology market. Rising sales of wearable sports and fitness devices is expected to contribute significantly to revenue growth of the sports technology market. Claim Your FREE Sample Copy with Table of content@ https://www.emergenresearch.com/request-sample/542 Various benefits offered by wearable devices used by professional athletes such as workout injury prevention, player safety assessment tools, and metrics of physical conditioning and performance are some key factors driving rising preference, which is supporting growth of the market to a significant extent currently. Adoption of new and emerging technologies in the sports industry such as big data analytics, Artificial Intelligence (AI), cloud services, wearables, and drones has been increasing substantially in the recent past. Rising demand for player monitoring devices that provide data on speed and distance covered by each player on the field to the service coaches is projected to boost revenue growth of the market during the forecast period. Increasing adoption of wearable solutions such as wristband devices, sensor embedded equipment, and smart clothing using woven technology or printed electronic materials is also contributing to market revenue growth. Adoption of smart technologies for better management of stadium infrastructure has been rising with steadily increasing deployment of the Internet of Things (IoT) technologies in the sports industry. High initial investment for implementation of advanced technologies in the sports industry is a key factor expected to restrain growth of the sports technology market to a certain extent. Moreover, the risk of technical difficulties and complexities involved in advanced technologies is projected to hamper demand for sports technology solutions to a certain extent during the forecast period. Check Our Prices@ https://www.emergenresearch.com/select-license/542 Some Key Highlights in the Report The global sports technology market is consolidated with a limited number of players accounting for majority market share. Companies are focusing on strategic expansions into untapped markets and on research and development initiatives to develop and deploy new and more efficient technologies and solutions in the field of sports technology in order to secure and maintain a robust position in the rapidly growing market. In July 2019, Telecom Egypt and Ericsson announced provision of front-row seat experience for sports enthusiasts through the new and advanced changes being deployed at the Alexandria stadium. The companies showcased two demos based on Virtual Reality, Augmented Reality, and Mixed Reality, as well as face recognition and AI. The soccer segment accounted for largest revenue share 2020. Player monitoring devices record and transmit data on running speed and distance covered by a soccer player to the service coaches and increasing demand for such devices is projected to boost deployment of sports technology in the soccer field.Devices segment revenue is expected to expand at a rapid CAGR during the forecast period. Increasing adoption of wearables in combination with data analytics, AI, and cloud services is driving demand for such devices.Europe accounted for largest revenue share contribution to the global sports technology market in 2020. Rising demand for immersive event viewing and growing smart stadium trend is projected to drive further developments in the sports industry, and drive growth of the sports technology market in the region.Key players in the market include IBM, Ericsson, Cisco, Fujitsu, SAP SE, Oracle, NEC Corp., LG, Sharp Corporation, and Samsung. Click to access the Report Study, Read key highlights of the Report and Look at Projected Trends: https://www.emergenresearch.com/industry-report/sports-technology-marketEmergen Research has segmented the global sports technology market on the basis of sports, technology, and region: Sports Outlook (Revenue, USD Billion; 2021–2028) BaseballSoccerBasketballCricketTennisAmerican Football/RugbyOthers Technology Outlook (Revenue, USD Billion; 2021–2028) EsportsDeviceSmart StadiumSports Analytics Regional Outlook (Revenue, USD Billion; 2021–2028) North America U.S.Canada Europe U.K.GermanyFranceItalySpainBENELUXRest of Europe Asia Pacific ChinaIndiaJapanSouth KoreaRest of APAC Latin America BrazilRest of LATAM Middle East & Africa Saudi ArabiaUAESouth AfricaRest of MEA Take a Look at our Related Reports: AI-Enabled Medical Imaging Solutions Market By Product (Software, Hardware), By Workflow (Image Acquisition, Image Analysis, Reporting, and Communication), By Therapeutic Application (General Imaging, Specialty Imaging), By Deployment Mode, By Modality, and By Region, Forecasts to 2027 Smart Factory Market By Component (Industrial Robotics, Sensors, Control Devices, Industrial Network, Machine Vision), By Solution (PLC, PLM, MES, ERP, SCADA), By Industries (Process Industries and Discrete Industries), Forecasts to 2027 Smart Manufacturing Market By Information Technology (Manufacturing Execution System, Industrial Communication), By Enabling Technology (Industrial Robotics, IIoT), By Industry (Aerospace & Defense, Automotive), Forecasts to 2027 About Emergen Research Emergen Research is a market research and consulting company that provides syndicated research reports, customized research reports, and consulting services. 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IPL 2021, Live Cricket Score, Rajasthan Royals (RR) vs Delhi Capitals (DC): Like DC, RR too have seen a top-order collapse with three wickets having fallen inside four overs. Just the start DC wanted and just the start RR were not looking for. Dube and Miller in the middle and this will be a test of the RR middle order here. There is no Stokes, and Miller is playing his first game for RR this season. The 148-run task looks even more massive now against this potent DC bowling attack. Five off the over and a wicket.
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Global Automotive ADAS Market In China 2021-2025 The analyst has been monitoring the automotive ADAS market in China and it is poised to grow by $ 2. 19 bn during 2021-2025, progressing at a CAGR of about 14% during the forecast period.New York, April 15, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Reportlinker.com announces the release of the report "Automotive ADAS Market in China 2021-2025" - https://www.reportlinker.com/p05228036/?utm_source=GNW Our report on automotive ADAS market in China provides a holistic analysis, market size and forecast, trends, growth drivers, and challenges, as well as vendor analysis covering around 25 vendors.The report offers an up-to-date analysis regarding the current china market scenario, latest trends and drivers, and the overall market environment. The market is driven by the growth of automotive industry in China and declining price of sensors is making automotive ADAS products affordable. In addition, growth of automotive industry in China is anticipated to boost the growth of the market as well.The automotive ADAS market in China market analysis include technology segment and application segment.The automotive ADAS market in China is segmented as below:By Technology• BSD• PAS• DMS• FCW• OthersBy Application• Passenger cars• Commercial vehiclesThis study identifies the growing importance of crash test and NCAP ratings as one of the prime reasons driving the automotive ADAS market in China growth during the next few years.The analyst presents a detailed picture of the market by the way of study, synthesis, and summation of data from multiple sources by an analysis of key parameters. Our report on automotive ADAS market in China covers the following areas:• Automotive ADAS market in China sizing• Automotive ADAS market in China forecast• Automotive ADAS market in China industry analysisThis robust vendor analysis is designed to help clients improve their market position, and in line with this, this report provides a detailed analysis of several leading automotive ADAS market in China vendors that include Aptiv Plc, Continental AG, DENSO Corp., Hyundai Mobis Co. Ltd., Intel Corp., Magna International Inc., Robert Bosch GmbH, Valeo SA, Veoneer Inc., and ZF Friedrichshafen AG. Also, the automotive ADAS market in China analysis report includes information on upcoming trends and challenges that will influence market growth. This is to help companies strategize and leverage on all forthcoming growth opportunities.The study was conducted using an objective combination of primary and secondary information including inputs from key participants in the industry. The report contains a comprehensive market and vendor landscape in addition to an analysis of the key vendors.The analyst presents a detailed picture of the market by the way of study, synthesis, and summation of data from multiple sources by an analysis of key parameters such as profit, pricing, competition, and promotions. It presents various market facets by identifying the key industry influencers. The data presented is comprehensive, reliable, and a result of extensive research - both primary and secondary. Technavio’s market research reports provide a complete competitive landscape and an in-depth vendor selection methodology and analysis using qualitative and quantitative research to forecast an accurate market growth.Read the full report: https://www.reportlinker.com/p05228036/?utm_source=GNWAbout ReportlinkerReportLinker is an award-winning market research solution. Reportlinker finds and organizes the latest industry data so you get all the market research you need - instantly, in one place.__________________________ CONTACT: Clare: email@example.com US: (339)-368-6001 Intl: +1 339-368-6001
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The Missouri House on Thursday refused to accept a lawmaker's resignation so the Ethics Committee can fully investigate allegations that he physically and sexually abused his children years ago. The GOP-led House voted 153-0 to prevent Republican Rep. Rick Roeber, of Lee's Summit, from resigning Friday as he had planned. "This is a very serious allegation,” House Ethics Committee Vice Chairman Richard Brown said.
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