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Latest Reports

Global and Regional Ultra-fine ATH Market Research Report 2017
  • Published by : HeyReport
  • 09/20/2017
  • Category : Chemicals & Materials
  • Pages : 121

Summary Ultra-fine Aluminum Hydroxide (ATH) is a kind of aluminum hydroxide and it has many unique properties of resistance to high temperature, wear resistance, corrosion resistance and high thermal conductivity. It is mainly used as flame retardants and fillers in thermosetting plastics and liquid dispersions. In this report, the volume of Ultra-fine ATH is calculated by aluminum hydroxide with particle size about 3 μm or smaller Market Segment as follows: By Region Asia-Pacific North

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Global and Regional Wind Turbine Blade Market Research Report 2017
  • Published by : HeyReport
  • 09/20/2017
  • Category : Energy
  • Pages : 112

Summary Wind turbine blade is mounted on the wind turbine. Most wind turbines have three blades, though there are some with two blades. Blades are generally 30 to 50 meters (100 to 165 feet) long, with the most common sizes around 40 meters (130 feet). Longer blades are being designed and tested. Blade weights vary, depending on the design and materials—a 40 meter LM Glasfiber blade for a 1.5 MW turbine weighs 5,780 kg (6.4 tons) and one for a 2.0 MW turbine weighs 6,290 kg (6.9 tons). Market Se

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Global Automatic Fare Collection (AFC) System Market Research Report 2011-2023
  • Published by : HeyReport
  • 09/20/2017
  • Category : Machinery & Equipment
  • Pages : 108

Summary Automatic Fare Collection System (AFC) is a contactless smartcard-based end-to-end solution for fare collection and payment.AFC machine is the equipment used in the automatic fare collection system. The elements of AFC system are:Ticket vending machines (TVMs), where passengers can buy a ticket for their journey Ticket office machines (TOMs), used by railway staff to issue tickets at stations Add value machines (AVMs), where passengers having a stored value ticket can increase the residu

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Global Atomic Force Microscope Market Research Report 2011-2023
  • Published by : HeyReport
  • 09/20/2017
  • Category : Electronics
  • Pages : 83

Summary Atomic-force microscopy (AFM) or scanning-force Microscopy (SFM) is a very-high-resolution type of scanning probe microscopy (SPM), with demonstrated resolution on the order of fractions of a nanometer, more than 1000 times better than the optical diffraction limit. The global Atomic Force Microscope market will reach xxx Million USD in 2017 with CAGR xx% 2018-2023. The objective of report is to define, segment, and project the market on the basis of product type, application, and region

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Global Atmospheric Water Generator Market Research Report 2011-2023
  • Published by : HeyReport
  • 09/20/2017
  • Category : Machinery & Equipment
  • Pages : 100

Summary As we know, 97% of the world's water is undrinkable salt water and more than half of the 3% that is freshwater, is inaccessible due to polar ice caps. Even though 70% of the earth is covered by water, more than 50% of the world population has insufficient drinking water. According to the World Bank, $600 billion is invested in water delivery systems and the United Nations has announced a worldwide water shortage. Scientists have given warning of this and constructive steps are being take

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Latest News

  • North Korea says U.S. will suffer ‘greatest pain’ in wake of latest UN sanctions

    9/20/2017 1:37:40 PM, MRE

    A defiant North Korea condemned Tuesday the latest round of UN sanctions against the country and warned the United States of “forthcoming measures” by the hands of the secretive state. In an attempt to punish North Korea for its latest nuclear test, the UN Security Council approved new sanctions, targeting the country’s textile industry and limiting its import of crude oil. “The proliferation of nuclear, chemical and biological weapons, as well as their means of delivery, constitutes a threat to international peace and security,” the council said in a statement. North Korea said it successfully conducted its sixth nuclear test on Sept. 3. The latest test was said to have been a hydrogen bomb designed to be mounted on a newly developed intercontinental ballistic missile that has “great destructive power,” state media said following the announcement of the test. North Korea’s ambassador to the United Nations Han Tae Song lashed out at the UN’s latest “illegal and unlawful” sanctions against his country, calling it a “grave challenge to international peace and justice.”

  • Five reasons why global stock markets are surging

    9/19/2017 4:39:30 AM, MRE

    Investors are picking up on positive signals coming from US, China and Europe, and easing tensions over North Korea lobal stock markets are at record highs, with the MSCI All Country World Index reaching a new peak on Monday and both the Dow Jones Industrial Average and the S&P 500 heading for uncharted territory once more. European and UK markets are also attracting investors again, although they are below their best levels owing to the strength of the euro and the pound making exports pricier. Here are five reasons why investors are buying into shares. Political concerns fading Donald Trump’s proposals for tax cuts and a spending spree to boost the US economy gave some impetus to stock markets after his election, but his inability to pass key reforms – notably on healthcare – raised doubts about his other plans. The president’s belligerent rhetoric on most subjects also caused some concern. Recently, however, investors believe Trump may have started to understand the reality of his position, and be prepared to compromise to get deals done. Elsewhere Europe seems more stable since the election of Emmanuel Macron as president of France, and this weekend’s German poll is likely to see Angela Merkel retain her position as chancellor, which is expected to be welcomed by the markets.

  • Hurricane Jose is traveling up the East Coast as a new threat forms in the Caribbean

    9/18/2017 9:46:48 AM, MRE

    Hurricane Jose is traveling toward the East Coast of the US and could affect an area from North Carolina to New England, according to the latest forecast from the National Hurricane Center (NHC). It's still far more likely than not that Jose will stay out at sea, but the NHC reported at 11 am Saturday that parts of the US are already feeling effects from the storm. It's possible that tropical storm watches will be needed for some section of the Mid-Atlantic or Northeast within the next day or two. Jose was at one point a powerful almost-Category 5 storm that menaced parts of the Caribbean that had already taken the brunt of Hurricane Irma . But Jose turned to the north and spun a loop in the Atlantic, weakening to tropical storm status before picking up strength again and heading toward the East Coast.

  • Amazon wants a second North America headquarters

    9/15/2017 5:22:41 AM, MRE

    Amazon announced Thursday morning that it would start soliciting bids from North American cities to be the home of a second company headquarters on the continent, expected to eventually house as many as 50,000 employees. Amazon said it prefers metro areas that house at least one million people and a strong technical talent pool. Of course, Amazon is also looking for a healthy dose of incentives, including tax exemptions or workforce grants. “Incentives offered by the state/province and local communities to offset initial capital outlay and ongoing operational costs will be significant factors in the decision-making process,” the request for proposal reads. Interested municipalities and local economic agencies have six weeks or so to submit their bid. That trampling sound you hear is them rushing to the altar of Bezos. According to Amazon math, the company contributed $1.40 to the Seattle economy between 2010 and 2016 for every dollar of direct investment it put into the region — or $38 billion.

  • Facebook’s latest algorithm problem: allowing advertisers to reach ‘Jew haters’

    9/15/2017 5:21:08 AM, MRE

    One of Facebook’s biggest selling points to advertisers is that you can use the company’s vast data trove to target users based on almost any personal characteristic. But the wide scope of Facebook’s targeting capabilities was revealed on Thursday when ProPublica discovered that you could target people using anti-Semitic phrases, including “Jew hater” and “How to burn jews.” Slate did a quick follow up and found that Facebook also enabled targeting for other hateful groups, like the “Ku-Klux-Klan.” The way this works is that advertisers using Facebook’s automated ad buying software can target users based on specific information that they’ve added to their profile. Users can enter whatever they went on their profile under categories like field of study, school, job title or company. Facebook’s algorithm then surfaces these labels when ad buyers (or journalists) go looking for them. In this case, users were entering things like “Jew hater” under “field of study,” which meant it showed up in the targeting search results, and was an actual option for ad buyers. Facebook issued a statement saying that it would remove the inappropriate categories, adding that the company “[has] more work to do” in preventing this kind of targeting from the site. [You can read the full statement below.] But the issue was yet another example of what can happen when the algorithms that drive Facebook’s business and determine what you see, and don’t see, in News Feed, aren’t properly managed. It’s been a bad year for Facebook algorithms, starting with a realization this spring that the company’s News Feed algorithm was abused to help spread misinformation during last year’s US presidential election. More recently, Facebook admitted that “inauthentic accounts” from Russia bought $100,000 worth of political advertising during the same US election. The accounts were able to make the purchases because algorithms, and not humans, were approving and facilitating the transactions. (It’s still unknown if there are more, similar ads that are unaccounted for.

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