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Miners' Fate Underscores Safety-Overhaul Failures
By KRIS MAHER
The bleak outlook for six coal miners trapped underground in Utah is exposing shortcomings in last year's efforts to overhaul mine safety regulations, including a delay in mandating better emergency two-way communications technology that some companies argue isn't yet feasible.
The new regulations, part of the Miner Act, were adopted last year when 47 coal miners were killed in a string of accidents, including the Sago Mine disaster in West Virginia that killed 11 miners. A key provision gave operators three years to install wireless two-way communications, which would need to penetrate through earth and layers of coal and better withstand fires or cave-ins. The time extension was allotted to develop and refine the wireless technology.
The Utah mine operated by closely held Murray Energy Corp., of Cleveland, didn't have two-way wireless communications devices. Robert Murray, company president, chief executive and co-owner of the mine, said in an interview such devices "could have" helped in the rescue operation, but added, "There's absolutely no technology today that allows you to communicate with those trapped miners."
Safety advocates argue that existing technology being adopted by other mines might have benefited rescuers. "There's current technology that could have been applied in this case," says Davitt McAteer, former chief of the federal Mine Safety & Health Administration under the Clinton administration . "What this potential disaster suggests is that we really need to redouble our efforts on communication."
The incident is focusing attention on the adoption rate of such technology as well as the law's mandate. Jeffery Kohler, director of the office of mine safety and health at the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health, says a pure wireless technology faces major hurdles, including power source and signal strength. He said the group is "making significant progress" in technologies that combine a wireless system with cables. Some such systems are already available.
In June, the House and Senate both introduced supplemental legislation to the Miner Act that would require companies to adopt new communications technology, such as a combined wireless-cable system that is more readily available than a completely wireless system. The legislation hasn't yet passed. Some companies have already adopted such devices.
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Mr. Murray said the Utah mine has wireless communications technology that can transmit brief text messages to a device worn by miners but doesn't allow two-way communication. It hasn't been useful in locating the missing miners. As of yesterday, eight days after the accident, the company had been forced to try to locate the miners who are 1,800 feet below the surface by a slow process of drilling holes.
The first two attempts were drilled "by trial and error," targeting a location in the mine where the men had been working prior to a massive cave-in, Mr. Murray said. "Now we've speculated where the men may have gone based on their training."
Industry officials acknowledge that some companies have been slow to adopt two-way communications systems due to the expense and 2009 deadline. "It's tough to tell you as a businessman to go out and spend a lot of money on a device that you have to replace in a few years," says Bill Caylor, president of the Kentucky Coal Association.
Meanwhile, some big companies like Consol Energy Inc., in Pittsburgh, are moving to add new systems as quickly as they can. It hopes to install a cable and wireless system by the end of the year in all its underground mines, and decided to outfit all of its miners with radios, following the deaths of two miners last year at another company, when they became separated from their crew after an accident.
"There was no way to contact them and say, 'You're going the wrong way,'" says Consol Energy spokesman Thomas Hoffman. [source]
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AAPC advocates for the paging industry at the Association of Public Safety Communications Officials International (APCO) Convention
Two AAPC representatives promoted the capabilities of the paging industry at the APCO convention a few weeks ago. APCO is the world’s largest organization dedicated to public safety communications, their members consist of emergency call centers, law enforcement agencies, emergency medical services, fire departments, forestry services, and others who work with communications systems that safeguard the world’s citizens.
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AAPC and Critical Response Systems (one of our vendor members) discussed and/or demonstrated the capabilities of our various technologies to approximately 100 attendees. AAPC will continue to work to identify additional targeted opportunities to advocate for the industry.
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Microsoft Disputes FCC's Rejection of Web Devices That Use TV Airwaves
By Kim Hart
Today Microsoft plans to try to convince regulators that it can connect consumers to high-speed Internet over unused television airwaves without interfering with existing broadcasts.
In a document that it plans to file today with the Federal Communications Commission, Microsoft disputes the agency's recent findings that prototype devices either interfered with TV signals or could not detect them to avoid interference. Microsoft's first prototype was defective, but the firm said another model worked successfully in a demonstration it gave to the FCC last week.
The filing is Microsoft's latest attempt to get FCC commissioners to approve a plan that would let a new generation of portable wireless devices connect to the Internet without relying on existing wireless carriers. The devices in question, which were designed and made by Microsoft, would use vacant TV airwaves, known as white space, to carry Internet service to homes and offices, including those in rural areas. The airwaves will be available when TV broadcasters move to digital signals in early 2009.
The FCC plans to hold a meeting Thursday to discuss testing options for white-space devices.
Microsoft is part of a coalition of high-tech companies, including Intel, Google and Dell, that sees white space as a way to connect such products as digital cameras and music players to the Web. Proponents of the technology argue that TV-spectrum-based Internet service could be less expensive and more accessible than current phone and fiber-optic lines, forcing other high-speed Web service providers to lower their prices.
But the FCC must balance those companies' interests with those of broadcasters, sports leagues, cable operators and phone companies that worry their signals might cross, causing poor reception, static and dropped calls.
Two weeks ago, FCC engineers found that the original prototype caused static on existing broadcasts.
But the new prototype "reliably detected occupied television channels," the company said in the filing it plans to submit today. Microsoft also discussed potential improvements to the device to eliminate interference with wireless microphones, such as those used at sports games and concerts.
Dennis Wharton, spokesman for the National Association of Broadcasters, an opponent of Microsoft's plan, said he is confident the FCC's report is accurate and that Microsoft's "self-serving" agenda may jeopardize "America's access to interference-free television reception."
Source: The Washington Post
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SAN ANTONIO, TX – 8/14/07- Nighthawk Systems, Inc. (OTC BB: NIHK), a leading provider of intelligent wireless power management and emergency notification solutions, announced today that revenues for the second quarter of 2007 were $339,684 a 60% increase over the first quarter of 2007 and a 35% increase over the second quarter of 2006. The quarterly revenue figure was the Company’s largest in the past four years. Selling, general and administrative expenses decreased 5% over the same period in the prior year, and the Company’s net loss improved from $633,561 during the second quarter of 2006 to $592,651, or $0.01 per share, for the second quarter of 2007.
These improved results were largely driven by increased sales and shipments of Nighthawk’s CEO700 whole house disconnect units to electric utility customers, which reached an all-time high for a fiscal quarter. More than 75% of revenues for the quarter were generated by sales to electric utility customers. The Company’s CEO700 allows electric utilities to connect and disconnect power to a customer by sending a wireless message to the meter-based unit, thereby avoiding the time and expense historically associated with dispatching a truck and personnel to the site to manually perform the task.
H. Douglas Saathoff, Nighthawk’s CEO, commented, “Demand for our CEO700 remote disconnect product has been very strong so far this year and I’m extremely pleased to see growth not only in the number of electric utility customers, but also in the size of the orders being placed by those utilities. We are building our manufacturer’s rep network and beginning to see some positive results from that program. We’re also making enhancements to our products that will make them even more useful to our electric utility customers while decreasing our production costs per unit. I’m excited about the progress that we are making in the utility market, which I believe presents the Company with the largest opportunity for near-term growth and positive financial results.”
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August 14, 2007: 08:00 AM EST
INDIANAPOLIS, Aug. 14, 2007 (PRIME NEWSWIRE) — Bell Industries, Inc. (AMEX:BI) today reported financial results for its three and six-month periods ended June 30, 2007.
Net revenues from continuing operations totaled $56.0 million and $102.1 million for the 2007 second quarter and first half, respectively. This compares with $31.2 million and $56.1 million, respectively, for the 2006 three and six-month periods.
Included in revenues for the 2007 quarter was $23.4 million, attributable to a full three month's contribution from SkyTel, which was acquired in January 2007 and has become the company's largest operating unit. Including depreciation, amortization, and accretion expense totaling $1.0 million during the current second quarter, operating income equaled $9,000.
At Bell's Technology Solutions division, net revenues increased to $18.5 million in the 2007 second quarter from $16.7 million in the prior-year period. Product revenues were relatively stable at $9.7 million for the three months ended June 30, 2007 versus $9.8 million for the year-ago period. Services revenues rose to $8.8 million from $6.9 million in the 2006 second quarter, primarily reflecting revenues from a customer relationship management engagement with SunRocket, Inc., which commenced in the second half of 2006.
In July 2007, Bell Industries received notification from SunRocket that it was ceasing operations and accordingly would no longer be sending customer calls to Bell's facility in Springfield, MO. In response to the unexpected actions of the customer, Bell took immediate measures to mitigate potential losses related to the Springfield call center operations and recorded an allowance of $2.3 million for the 2007 second quarter, which fully reserves the balance owed by SunRocket at June 30, 2007. Including the $2.3 million reserve, Bell's Technology Solutions division sustained an operating loss of $2.8 million, compared with an operating loss of $458,000 in the 2006 second quarter.
Subsequent to SunRocket's ceasing operations and the closure of the Springfield call center, Bell Industries reached an agreement with an unrelated company to assume the Springfield lease effective August 1, 2007, and received $900,000 in proceeds from the sale of certain assets at the facility.
Net revenues at Bell's Recreational Products Group (RPG) totaled $14.0 million for the 2007 second quarter, compared with $14.5 million in the prior-year period. Operating income for the current second quarter was impacted by higher selling, general and administrative expenses associated with the addition of business development resources and increased freight costs, and totaled $593,000. In the 2006 second quarter, RPG posted operating income of $958,000.
Bell Industries sustained a net loss in the 2007 second quarter of $4.8 million, or $0.56 per share. This compares with net income of $5.2 million, or $0.61 per diluted share, in the prior-year second quarter, substantially all of which is attributed to a gain on the sale of the assets of J.W. Miller, its smallest business unit at the time. For the year-to-date period, the company incurred a net loss of $6.3 million, or $ 0.74 per share. In the 2006 first half, Bell reported net income of $3.9 million, or $0.45 per diluted share, which included income from discontinued operations and a gain on sale of discontinued operations, net of tax, of $5.7 million, equal to $0.67 per diluted share.
Late in the 2007 second quarter, the company announced it had entered into stock purchase agreements with Sprint Nextel Corporation under which Sprint Nextel agreed to acquire certain assets of Bell for approximately $13.5 million in cash. The assets represent stock ownership interests in two entities that hold Federal Communications Commission (FCC) licenses, acquired by Bell as part of the SkyTel acquisition. The purchase agreements are subject to FCC approval and transfer of the licenses and are expected to close in October 2007. The company said that the assets being sold were not integral to SkyTel's core business operations and that the transaction would not impact any services provided to SkyTel customers.
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Nighthawk Systems Inc. manufactures low cost and reliable remote control products for fire house alerting, volunteer alerting, activation of warning signs and sirens, and a number of applications for public safety. The Company manufactures the EA1 and the FAS-8 which have been designed specifically for these applications. Both products are paging based and will work with any public or private paging network. They are available in all VHF, UHF, and 900 MHz paging frequencies. The products can serve as the primary notification system or an excellent, low-cost backup to existing systems.
The EA1 is the solution for remotely activating public warning signage. Examples include tornado sirens, flash flood warnings, fire danger, Amber Alert, icy roads, etc. The EA1 can also send text messages to scrolling signs. This can occur in conjunction with the activation of audible alarms and visual strobes. This is ideal for public notification in buildings, schools, hotels, factories, etc. The group call feature allows for any number of signs or flashing lights to be activated at the same time over a wide geographic area. In addition, the EA1 Emergency Alert is the perfect solution for low cost yet highly effective alerting of volunteer fire fighters in their home. When activated the EA1 will emit an audible alarm and activate the power outlet on the units faceplate. A common setup is to simply place the EA1 on a table and plug a lamp into the faceplate. When paged from dispatch or any touch tone phone the EA1 will awaken the fire fighter to a lit room. As an option the EA1 can be ordered with a serial cable, allowing for attachment of a serial printer. When paged the alphanumeric message will be printed out at the same time the alarm sounds and the outlet is activated. The EA1 is an ideal complement to alphanumeric belt pagers common to volunteers.
The FAS-8 is designed for activating one or more relays in a firehouse and if desired, printing the alphanumeric message to a serial printer. For this application the FAS-8 is set to activate upon receiving the proper paging cap code sent from 911 dispatch. Up to eight different devices can be activated all with individual time functions. The most common devices to turn on include the PA amplifier, audible wake up alarm, and house lights. The most common device turned off is the stove. The FAS-8 can accept up to 8 different cap codes and have separate relay and time functions per cap code. This allows for different alerting to be accomplished at the same physical location depending upon which cap code is sent. This can be very helpful when fire crews and medical crews are housed in the same building.
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By John Blau, IDG News Service
A software bug has affected Skype’s peer-to-peer network, preventing users in some parts of the world from logging on to its widely used VOIP (voice over Internet Protocol) service.
The company, a division of eBay, initially referred to the incident as a peer-to-peer network issue but has since determined that it’s a software issue, according to a company blog.
The blog, updated at 14:02 GMT, said the company expects to have the problems resolved within 12 to 24 hours. It advises users to leave their Skype client running so they can be logged back in once the issues are dealt with. The blog also said that downloads of Skype have been temporarily disabled and that the company hopes to make them available again as quickly as possible.
The problem appears to be affecting users particularly in Europe, according to blog postings.
Users in the U.S. don’t seem to be having problems.
Skype officials were not immediately available for comment.
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From: "Scott Burns" <Scott.Burns@SeQent.Com>
Date: August 14, 2007 2:24:10 PM CDT
Subject: from the newsletter
I have a question for you to see if you know this bit of paging history. Do you know when Motorola discontinued the Nucleus transmitter line? Is there some reference on their website that shows the date or discusses the details? I have searched for about a month with no luck.
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Editor's note: I believe I received this notice on a postcard from Motorola that I had tacked on a bulletin board in my office, but that was a long time ago. Can anyone help Scott with this info?
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From: Craig Meldrum firstname.lastname@example.org
Date: August 13, 2007 5:39:01 PM CDT
To: Brad Dye
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Subject: WiPath US Office Move
I would like to advise you and the industry that WiPath Communications has relocated it's US sales and marketing office to Atlanta, Georgia.
WiPath will still retain a servicing facility in California and the new office in Atlanta will allow us to get much closer to our East Coast customers.
WiPath will also have a number of exciting new product releases over the next few months including new solutions for campus emergency alerting and new models of the extremely popular paging data terminals and receivers which have taken the market by storm in the last few years.
New address and contact details are as follows:
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