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Sheppard holds first meeting as chair of Financial Services Committee


first_img16Feb Sheppard holds first meeting as chair of Financial Services Committee State Rep. Jason Sheppard, of Temperance, presides over his first meeting as chair of the House Financial Services Committee.State Rep. Jason Sheppard on Wednesday presided over his first meeting as chair of the House Financial Services Committee.The meeting included presentations by the Michigan Bankers Association and the Michigan Credit Union League and Affiliates.“I greatly appreciate the information that was shared with me and my fellow committee members today,” said Sheppard, of Temperance. “We learned about the great services banks and credit unions provide to our communities, as well as issues that the financial services industry are facing — including cyber security threats.”Sheppard also welcomed two local members of the financial industry who served as special guests for the presentations, H. Douglas Chaffin, president and CEO of Monroe Bank & Trust, and Mike Newman, president and CEO of Monroe County Community Credit Union.“I’ve known Mr. Chaffin and Mr. Newman for many years,” Sheppard said. “I look forward to working with them on the policy concerns and suggestions they discussed during the committee meeting.”### Categories: Sheppard Newslast_img read more


Rep Kahle to host local office hours


first_imgNo appointments are necessary to attend office hours. Those unable to attend may contact Rep. Kahle’s office at (517) 373-1706 or BronnaKahle@house.mi.gov. 07Mar Rep. Kahle to host local office hours Categories: Kahle News Tags: #SB center_img State Rep. Bronna Kahle invites Lenawee County residents to join her for office hours on Friday, March 10 from 10 a.m. to noon at the Lenawee District Library, 4459 W. US Highway 223 in Adrian. “I welcome the opportunity to connect with people to learn what matters most to them,” Rep. Kahle said. “I look forward to listening to my neighbors, addressing their concerns and working toward solutions for the people of Lenawee County.” last_img


Technology company iWedia is deploying its Linuxb


first_imgTechnology company iWedia is deploying its Linux-based Teatro-3.0 solution for IP-connected set-top boxes on the German HD+ retail market in a 4K set-top designed and manufactured by Kudelski-owned SmarDTV.For HD+, the solution has been ported on a dual-tuner UHD DVB-S/S2 STB from SmarDTV based on the Broadcom BCM7251 system-on-a-chip. The software has been customised to fulfill HD+ specifications and integrated with Nagra Guard Conditional Access System. Its architecture has received Nagra NASC 3.0 Tier #4 certification.The solution features navigation tools including service list, zapping banner, flat and grid TV guides as well as DVR and timeshift over a USB storage device. A picture browser and player is provided. Fast zapping and HbbTV apps are supported.“With its software architecture recognized highly secure by third party experts, Teatro-3.0 is ideally suited for connected Pay TV STB running Linux,” said Sunghoon Kim, VP sales at iWedia. “Moreover, it supports HTML5 for both the resident app and remote web services which allows for visually catchy UI,” he added. “We are very proud that German viewers may now enjoy this solution and we are preparing further deployments”.The announcement was made at TV Connect 2017, which is being held in London from Tuesday, March 28th through to Thursday, March 30th. iWedia is demonstrating the solution on stand B54.Teatro-3.0, a software solution for IP-connected STB, is based on Linux with a UI built in HTML5 which uses specific JavaScript APIs allowing access to digital TV features.Separately, iWedia has integrated its software solution for set-top box operated under Android TV with the home automation system of OBLO Living, a provider of world hardware and software solutions for home automation.The OBLO product portfolio is made of an end-to-end software solution for home automation including client apps for Android/iOS, gateway software and cloud services combined with in-house developed devices such as gateway, smart wall plug, door/window sensor, smart dimmer, smart outlet and complementary nodes from third parties including Qubino, Philio and Leedarson. Applications include home comfort, lightning, security and energy management.Both the OBLO gateway software and Teatro-3.5 embed an “If This Then That” (IFTTT) service. IFTTT is then used as a public cloud service for workflow management. The user defines IFTTT applets to describe the interaction between OBLO and Teatro-3.5. Applications include simple use cases where a message is displayed on the TV screen when for example a door opens.“It is important for an HA solution to include in its ecosystem the main screen in the living room,” said Nikola Smiljkovic, VP Marketing at OBLO Living. “And it is equally important for the user to be able to use public cloud services to define the HA workflow; we had these two objectives in mind when entering into this integration project with iWedia and they have been fully accomplished.”“We see the TV screen as the ideal device to display real-time notifications triggered by a web based workflow management platform like IFTTT,” said Hervé Creff, VP marketing at iWedia. “And especially for events raised by HA nodes; this is what we have achieved with this successful integration with OBLO”.last_img read more