The limited pilot program will roll out incrementally at UCSD later this month. UC San Francisco will start using the technology a few weeks later for students, faculty and staff participating in onsite activities at select locations.
Speaker 1: 00:00 There are lessons to be learned from the health crisis that developed when students returned to campus this month at San Diego state university, they’re at least 640 of them contracted COVID-19 and leaders at UC San Diego. We’ll have a new tool in their kit to minimize spread of the virus. And when classes begin on the LA Jolla campus now scheduled for September 28th, it has to do with tracing via smartphones. And joining me to explain as dr. Christopher Long Hearst, the chief information officer and associate chief medical officer at UC San Diego health. Welcome to the program.
Speaker 2: 00:33 Thank you very much for
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LONDON, Sep 15, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE via COMTEX) —
According to The Business Research Company’s global switchgears market report, major trends shaping the switchgear industry are related to technological advances. For example, in smart grid operations, the preferences for automated switchgear over conventional operations is gaining considerable traction in recent years. In conventional substations, controls, interlocks, and signals are hardwired and are manually recorded in the logbooks, requiring lots of effort and work for drawing comparison for troubleshooting and analysis. An automated substation with fully automated operations that use automated switchgear is more efficient and requires less manual controlling and analysis. Smart grid operations encourage energy efficiency and optimum utilization of assets, and deliver uninterrupted power flow through the smart grid.
Another technology trend gaining traction in the switchgears market is automatic switchgear solutions or smart internet
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