Kymera’s Parent Company Mailtropolis to Launch New Transactional Mail Service

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We’re anticipating high demand, especially among businesses for whom high-security transactional mail has previously been out of reach.”

— Bob Heid, Mailtropolis Owner

ORLANDO, FL, USA, June 15, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — We Are Kymera's parent company Mailtropolis has launched a new transactional mail service after seeing a growing need within the mail industry. A level of transactional mail service, risk management, and security, once only accessible to the largest companies, will now be available to businesses of all sizes when they partner with Mailtropolis.

Often, small and medium-sized businesses don’t have access to this level of service simply because they are not large enough. Yet, they’re still held to the same security standards as large organizations. No matter your company’s size, if you aren’t meeting the standards and regulatory requirements of your industry, the consequences could be dire.

We live in a time where massive data hacks have put a spotlight on data security and privacy considerations. All you need is one breach that captures the attention of social media, the news, or an attorney eager to file a data privacy lawsuit, to have your professional reputation (and your bottom line) seriously damaged.

If you work in one of the following industries, your business can be held to higher regulatory or legal standards when it comes to the privacy and security of your client, customer, or patient mailings.

Hospital facilities
Doctor’s offices
Medical billing companies
Legal services
Utility billing
Banking
Financial services
Registered investment advisors (RIAs)
Insurance
Leasing companies

“We’re pleased to fill such an urgent need in the business community by offering this exciting new service,” says Bob Heid, owner of Mailtropolis. “And being the first that we know of to provide anything like this in the Southeast, we’re anticipating high demand, especially among businesses for whom high-security (HIPAA, HITECH, HITRUST, and SOC 2 Type II compliant) transactional mail has previously been out of reach.”

Right now, too many companies are just getting the job done any way they can, either using in-house office staff and resources or outsourcing to companies not compliant with the strict standards imposed by HIPAA, HITECH, HITRUST, or SOC 2 Type II. They’re rolling the dice when it comes to the risk of just one misstep — one medical record or account statement sent to the wrong recipient or failing to have the compliance documentation they need — which can jeopardize their professional reputation. They can also face fines from regulators — and damages — if they’re found liable in a lawsuit.

The system Mailtropolis uses, holds the following transactional mail certifications:

ISO 27001: general information security management
HITECH: for HIPAA information security
HITRUST: for financial information security

The service organization that manages our security and data integrity is SOC 2 Type II certified — and ISO 27017 & 27018 certified for cloud services. And our service runs on Microsoft Azure web services, which is also SOC 2 Type II certified.

You’ve worked too hard to gamble with your reputation and livelihood when it comes to the regulatory compliance of your business mail. Mailtropolis has the solution you’ve been looking for.

Whether you’re sending 500 or 500,000 pieces of transactional mail, with Mailtropolis, you’ll have access to the same high level of security, service, and risk management with end-to-end seamless tracking that’s normally only afforded to the largest companies in your industry.

Keep your business, and the privacy of your customers, safe and secure with transactional mail. Contact Mailtropolis today.

Bob Heid
Mailtropolis
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An Update on Our Work Towards Sustainable Packaging in the Food Supply Chain

Jun 15, 2021

By Marjorie DePuy, Senior Director, Supply Chain and Sustainability, FMI

Plastics Pact

About nine months ago, FMI joined the U.S. Plastics Pact—a collaboration among the Ellen MacArthur Foundation, World Wildlife Fund (WWF), and The Recycling Partnership—as an Activator, to collectively support a circular vision for plastics. Since then, it’s been a beehive of activity, as a group of over 95 organizations met in forums to map out a pathway toward a more sustainable approach to plastics packaging. The U.S. Plastics Pact Roadmap, released today, was created by this collaborative, solutions-driven consortium to enable participants to collectively reach ambitious goals by 2025 that couldn’t otherwise be met on their own.

The targets are ambitious, with a short timeframe and immense workload. If we choose to do nothing, the vision of a circular economy across the U.S. will give way to the status quo. The Roadmap includes clear, concrete definitions and an understanding of what the real, achievable steps are along the way to 2025.

Where possible, it is desirable that individual organizational targets are aligned, but not all targets are intended to be achieved by individually. Therefore, in practice this means:

  • Incorporating targets into organizational goals where possible.
  • Actively collaborating with other stakeholders from across the value chain in relevant U.S. workstreams and activities.
  • Actively reviewing internal packaging and product portfolios to identify opportunities to improve recyclability and consumer messaging in accordance with U.S. Pact targets.
  • Contributing knowledge and insights to cross-value chain research and analysis.
  • Working with suppliers to obtain accurate data for tracking and reporting progress.
  • Providing objectives and training to internal teams to help meet U.S. Plastics Pact targets, developing internal accountability.
  • Engaging with citizens through education campaigns, as applicable to organizational reach.
  • Investing in changes and technologies to support the achievement of U.S. Pact targets.
  • Reporting annually in alignment with global reporting through WWF’s ReSource: Plastic Footprint Tracker.

In addition to the ReSource Plastic reporting tool, there is a new tool available to any company to support internal efforts to evaluate their packaging footprints. Called Plastic IQ, it offers practical assessments of a packaging portfolio with suggestions and resources for less packaging, better packaging or better systems.

Recently, FMI formed a Packaging Sustainability Subcommittee of retail, wholesale and product supplier members to develop resources that support our industry alongside the U.S. Plastics Pact. The subcommittee has prioritized the development of two sustainable packaging resources that will support more streamlined data collection between trading partners about product packaging, giving guidance with a Sustainable Packaging Playbook. Members interested in learning more can connect with me.


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COVID-19 Daily Update 6-15-2021

DHHR has confirmed the deaths of an 88-year old male from Berkeley County, a 49-year old female from Raleigh County, and a 61-year old male from Logan County.

“While the numbers of deaths have dropped dramatically, we are still losing loved ones,” said Bill J. Crouch, DHHR Cabinet Secretary. “Please take every precaution to stop the spread of this disease, including scheduling a COVID-19 vaccination for yourself and all eligible family members.”

CASES PER COUNTY: Barbour (1,512), Berkeley (12,791), Boone (2,170), Braxton (1,001), Brooke (2,246), Cabell (8,856), Calhoun (381), Clay (541), Doddridge (636), Fayette (3,544), Gilmer (881), Grant (1,306), Greenbrier (2,882), Hampshire (1,917), Hancock (2,839), Hardy (1,566), Harrison (6,134), Jackson (2,224), Jefferson (4,777), Kanawha (15,452), Lewis (1,275), Lincoln (1,588), Logan (3,268), Marion (4,623), Marshall (3,533), Mason (2,047), McDowell (1,612), Mercer (5,105), Mineral (2,971), Mingo (2,722), Monongalia (9,388), Monroe (1,203), Morgan (1,223), Nicholas (1,891), Ohio (4,303), Pendleton (724), Pleasants (959), Pocahontas (680), Preston (2,954), Putnam (5,310), Raleigh (7,043), Randolph (2,840), Ritchie (755), Roane (657), Summers (857), Taylor (1,270), Tucker (545), Tyler (740), Upshur (1,956), Wayne (3,183), Webster (543), Wetzel (1,384), Wirt (456), Wood (7,922), Wyoming (2,035).

Delays may be experienced with the reporting of information from the local health department to DHHR. As case surveillance continues at the local health department level, it may reveal that those tested in a certain county may not be a resident of that county, or even the state as an individual in question may have crossed the state border to be tested. Such is the case of Wayne County in this report. Please visit www.coronavirus.wv.gov for more detailed information.

West Virginians 12 years and older are eligible for a COVID-19 vaccine. To learn more about the vaccine, or to find a vaccine site near you, visit vaccinate.wv.gov or call 1-833-734-0965. West Virginians ages 12 and older who have had at least one dose of the COVID-19 vaccine can register for the Do it for Babydog: Save a life, Change your life vaccine sweepstakes by visiting doitforbabydog.wv.gov.

Free pop-up COVID-19 testing is available today in Barbour, Berkeley, Boone, Brooke, Clay, Grant, Jefferson, Lincoln, Logan, Marshall, Mason, Mingo, Morgan, and Wyoming counties.

Barbour County

9:00 AM – 11:00 AM, Barbour County Health Department, 109 Wabash Avenue, Philippi, WV 

3:00 PM – 7:00 PM, Junior Volunteer Fire Department, 331 Row Avenue, Junior, WV 

Berkeley County

10:00 AM – 5:00 PM, 891 Auto Parts Place, Martinsburg, WV

10:00 AM – 5:00 PM, Ambrose Park, 25404 Mall Drive, Martinsburg, WV 

Boone County

Brooke County

Clay County

1:00 PM – 3:00 PM, Clay County Health Department, 452 Main Street, Clay, WV

Grant County

Jefferson County

10:00 AM – 6:00 PM, Hollywood Casino, 750 Hollywood Drive, Charles Town, WV 

12:00 PM – 5:00 PM, Shepherd University Wellness Center Parking Lot, 164 University Drive, Shepherdstown, WV 

Lincoln County

Logan County

12:00 PM – 5:00 PM, Town of Man Fire Department, Administration Building, 110 North Bridge Street, Man, WV

Marshall County

Mason County

Mingo County

10:00 AM – 2:00 PM, Kermit Fire Department, 49 Main Street, Kermit, WV

Morgan County

11:00 AM – 4:00 PM, Valley Health War Memorial Hospital, 1 Health Way, Berkeley Springs, WV 

Wyoming County

11:00 AM – 3:00 PM, Wyoming County Fire Department, 12 Park Street, Pineville, WV


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Medical Marijuana Card Certification Provider Announces Presence in Alabama

Frederick, June 15, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Green Health Docs, which is based in Frederick, MD, is happy to announce that they are ready to offer medical marijuana card pre-qualification services online in the state of Alabama. They are offering telemedicine consultations for free to educate people and help patients get information about the program. They have their own patient care specialists who will be evaluating each patient through a scheduled online video conference to determine their eligibility for the upcoming Alabama medical marijuana program. Once the state registry opens in the next year, a Green Health doctor will see the patients again to certify them if they qualify. Patients who end up not qualifying for the program will get a 100 percent refund. Those interested in an Alabama marijuana card can check out their website at: GreenHealthDocs.com/alabama-medical-marijuana-card-online/

Dr. Anand Dugar, owner of Green Health Docs, says, “No matter where you live in Alabama, our patient care specialists can help you find out if you will qualify for an Alabama marijuana card online. Our team offers medical marijuana pre-qualification evaluations online via telemedicine. We can review your medical documentation and overall health to determine if you will be approved by our doctor once the program is up and running. Our goal is to make sure you feel completely prepared and confident for when the time comes to get your Alabama medical marijuana card.”

Getting pre-qualified for an Alabama medical marijuana card online can be done in two simple steps. The first step is to schedule an appointment for an evaluation with the Green Health Docs patient care specialist using an online form or by calling them by phone or texting them. They will be sending the patient a short intake form in the confirmation email. The second step is to get in contact with one of their patient care specialists. Patients can simply get access to the specialist through a link in the appointment confirmation email that gives access to their virtual waiting room.

The patient care specialist will begin the video call and evaluate the patient based on current health condition, past medical history, and any documentation that the patient is able to provide to determine if they will qualify for a medical marijuana card. If approved, the specialist will issue the patient a pre-qualification form on the same day and then reach out to the patient as soon as it’s time to schedule his or her follow-up visit with their doctor. Once the state registry for medical marijuana is open and the patient is approved by their doctor, the patient will be able to receive their official medical card and begin accessing dispensaries.

For a particular individual to be considered pre-qualified as a medical marijuana patient, he or she must be diagnosed with at least one of the following state-approved qualifying medical conditions: anxiety or panic disorder; autism spectrum disorder (ASD); cancer; chronic or intractable pain; Crohn’s disease; epilepsy or seizure disorder; fibromyalgia; HIV / AIDS; menopause or premenstrual syndrome; persistent nausea (except nausea related to pregnancy or cannabis use-disorders); post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD); sleep disorders; spasticity (associated with ALS, MS, or spinal cord injuries); terminal illness; and Tourette’s syndrome.

There are several primary benefits of having an Alabama medical marijuana card. First is legal protection. Medical marijuana patients in Alabama will be legally able to possess and consume medical marijuana products. Individuals without a card who are caught with cannabis may face fines or even severe legal penalties.

A second benefit is guidance from healthcare and industry professionals. As a medical patient, he or she will have access to the professional opinion of the Green Health doctors and staff as well as dispensary agents regarding what strains, forms, and dosages of marijuana may work best for a particular patient. This helps ensure the patient would be getting the best possible care using medical marijuana.

A third benefit is access to dispensaries. Only Alabama patients who have been certified by a medical marijuana doctor will be able to have access to dispensaries once they begin to open in the state of Alabama. Dispensaries will most likely begin opening sometime in late 2022. Green Health Docs will keep their patients up to date with the latest dispensary information.

Those who are interested in getting Alabama medical marijuana cards can check out the Green Health Docs website or view the company’s Facebook page, or contact them on the phone or through email.

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For more information about Green Health Docs, contact the company here:

Green Health Docs
Dr. Anand Dugar
877-242-0362
drdugar@greenhealthdocs.com
304 Delaware Rd
Frederick, MD 21701


Dr. Anand Dugar


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Green Health Docs Offers Primary Care and Mental Health Services in Maryland

Frederick, June 15, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Green Health Docs, which is based in Frederick, MD, is happy to announce that they have started offering online natural medicine mental care and primary care. They are currently offering mental health care visits for patients in MD only but are hoping to expand nationwide in the near future. The service is important because people often complain that they can’t find mental health providers who are accepting of cannabis use and instead get lectured about getting off cannabis when trying to talk about their mental health problems.

Aside from just mental health care, they also currently offer primary / urgent care services in Maryland with plans to expand nationwide as well. They are trying their best to provide cannabis-friendly mental health and primary care services, so people don’t feel embarrassed or discriminated against for using cannabis with their normal doctors.

Dr. Anand Dugar, owner of Green Health Docs, says, “Many of our cannabis patients have a difficult time finding a medical professional that will provide ongoing primary care while supporting their decision to use medical marijuana or other natural options, and that’s exactly what Green Health Docs aims to provide. Contact us for online natural medicine primary care or mental care.”

Dr. Anand Dugar wants to point out that they strive to help their patients maintain their general health as well as prevent illnesses. They pride themselves in maintaining compassionate and informative relationships with their patients, all the while utilizing medical cannabis and natural remedies as primary treatment options, instead of last resorts. Their goal is to provide people with the best, all-natural healthcare possible.

Their U.S. based contact center is available 7 days per week for immediate assistance and to get patients scheduled for urgent care and other services. For preventive care, they can perform check-ups, administer screenings, and provide other routine services to help the patient maintain optimal health. For diagnosis, they can detect, identify, and treat health problems based on the symptoms the patient is experiencing. They can also provide medical marijuana certifications as well as traditional medicine prescriptions depending on the type of treatment that is determined to be the best option for the patient.

With regards to mental care, they are offering various services, including crisis intervention. Their U.S. based contact center is available 7 days per week for immediate assistance or to get the patient scheduled. Same-day appointments are also available. They also provide counseling and psychotherapy. They are experts when it comes to treating anxiety, depression, PTSD, and other mental health conditions naturally. They can perform check-ups, administer screenings, and provide other routine services to help the patient maintain optimal mental health

For diagnosing services for mental care, they can detect, identify, and treat mental health problems based on the symptoms the patient is experiencing.

For prescription refills, they can provide medical marijuana certifications as well as traditional medicine prescriptions depending on the type of treatment that is determined to be the best option for the patient.

Online telemedicine appointments can easily be arranged. Patients just need to make sure they have a device such as a computer, smartphone, or tablet that has internet access and a working camera. Once the appointment is scheduled, the patient will receive a confirmation email soon after. The confirmation email will have the intake form, which the patient will want to complete as soon as possible (it usually takes less than 10 minutes). This email will also have the link to access o the patient’s online appointment. The patient clicks the link at his or her scheduled appointment time to access the virtual waiting room, and from there, their doctor will give the patient a call.

Those who are interested in getting Maryland mental care and primary care or urgent care services can check out the Green Health Docs website or view the company’s Facebook page, or contact them on the phone or via email.

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For more information about Green Health Docs, contact the company here:

Green Health Docs
Dr. Anand Dugar
877-242-0362
drdugar@greenhealthdocs.com
304 Delaware Rd
Frederick, MD 21701


Dr. Anand Dugar


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Bringing Senior Centers to Older Adults June 14, 2021 | 12:25 PM EDT Learn more about Bringing Senior Centers to Older Adults

BRINGING THE VIRTUAL SENIOR CENTER INTO THE HOMES OF OLDER ADULTS

NEW YORK STATE OFFICE FOR THE AGING LAUNCHES PARTNERSHIP WITH THE ASSOCIATION ON AGING IN NEW YORK AND SELFHELP TO BRING THE VIRTUAL SENIOR CENTER INTO THE HOMES OF OLDER ADULTS

Pilot Program Offers a Robust Set of Online Classes to Engage Homebound and Older Adults, Combat Social Isolation, and Improve Connectivity to Others

NYSOFA makes VSC Online Community platform available to Thousands of Older Adults in Pilot Counties

Albany, NY—The New York State Office for the Aging (NYSOFA) today announced a partnership with the Association on Aging in New York and Selfhelp Community Services to bring Selfhelp’s Virtual Senior Center (VSC) into the homes of older New Yorkers to improve connectivity, combat social isolation, improve health and wellness. Launching initially with 20 pilot counties, the VSC will be available as a tool to help organizations bring their communities online for more than 700 potential AAA’s

Loneliness and isolation among older adults was a public health problem prior to COVID-19, and the pandemic made that worse as most individuals stayed home to stop the spread and stay safe. This resulted in a significant loss of community connectedness. Individuals who are isolated and lonely: 

Have a 59% higher risk of physical and mental health decline 

Have a 64% higher risk of dementia

The effects of isolation is equivalent to smoking 15 cigarettes/day.

The VSC is a ten-year-old service offering programming that is older-adult friendly and may be accessed 365 days a year. The VSC is a one-stop platform that supports hosting facilitator-led classes, one-on-one video calls for social or telehealth visits, curated links to internet and games, recorded content and materials, and direct connection to technological assistance – all in one place.  It is a community building tool for organizations rather than just a collection of online classes. 

Greg Olsen, Director of the New York State Office for the Aging, said “In an effort to remain safe and slow the spread of the virus, many older New Yorkers gave up their connections to friends, family and community. Technological solutions to improve connectivity and combat isolation and loneliness are critical tools in the tool box and are here to stay. We are thrilled to partner with AANYS and Selfhelp to bring the virtual senior center into the homes of older adults to improve their connectivity, friendships and promote lifelong learning that will benefit them in many ways”. 

Becky Preve, Executive Director of the Association on Aging in NY, said “The Association on Aging in New York is delighted to partner with NYSOFA and Self Help to bring expansive virtual programs to older residents and their families. This partnership allows older New Yorkers access to socialization and education from the comfort of their homes and communities. NYS continues to be a pioneer in bringing innovative services to enrich the aging experience, and this is an additional partnership to enhance our outreach.” 

Stuart C. Kaplan, CEO, Selfhelp Community Services, said “We are now at a moment of opportunity to address social isolation among older adults. We’ve all learned to embrace technology as a tool to stay connected with one another through the pandemic. We are pleased to be offering our Virtual Senior Center to community organizations in partnership with the State Office for the Aging and the Association on Aging in New York to enhance their virtual programming through the pandemic and beyond”, added 

Technology solutions have grown dramatically over the past year, and Selfhelp’s VSC will be part of the new normal. The VSC uses internet-connected computers and tablets to provide face-to-face, real-time interaction for isolated older adults and engaging them in cultural events and other online activities that create a vibrant social community.

As a vital source of face-to-face social interaction, the VSC enables homebound seniors to participate virtually in intriguing live classes, tour world-famous locations, interact with peers, engage in wellness activities, and, most importantly, expand their social network. The VSC connects older adults to an online forum to stay involved, learn, and offers new ways to reach people outside the traditional bricks and mortar approach.

By joining the Selfhelp VSC, organizations can quickly leverage the rich content and experience developed over ten years while also having the opportunity of bringing their local programming to the online community. 

Classes – VSC activities take place daily, year-round. Participants can log into the VSC whenever they choose, review the calendar of activities, and join whatever interests them. Each day, the program makes available a full schedule of highly interactive online classes, facilitated by trained volunteers, available in English, Mandarin Chinese, Russian, and Korean, and includes a substantial health curriculum. 

Instructors – The VSC currently has several hundred facilitators living in ten states and five countries (US, Trinidad, Australia, Brazil, and Israel). Eighty-nine facilitators live in the NYC area. Their backgrounds are expansive. There are doctors, nurses, dentists, lawyers, educators, computer technicians, musicians, authors, nutritionists, physical trainers, social workers, teaching artists, professional organizers, firefighters, scientists, and spiritual leaders.

Partnerships – The VSC has established partnerships with museums, hospitals, and universities, all of which contribute content. Live virtual museum tours are a favorite of users, as are holiday celebrations and other special events. 

Independent evaluation found that Selfhelp’s VSC reduced loneliness by 80%, increase connectedness by 60%, and increase self-reported health status (well-being) by 51%.

97% of participants said the VSC improved the quality of their life. Participants have reported they appreciate how attending live and online classes reduce their social isolation and loneliness and increase their social network.

About the New York State Office for the Aging and Health Across All Policies/Age-Friendly New York 

The New York State Office for the Aging (NYSOFA) continuously works to help the state’s 4.3 million older adults be as independent as possible for as long as possible through advocacy, development and delivery of person-centered, consumer-oriented, and cost-effective policies, programs, and services that support and empower older adults and their families, in partnership with the network of public and private organizations that serve them.

New York is nationally recognized for being the first age-friendly state in the nation. Using the state’s Prevention Agenda as the overarching framework, in 2017, Governor Andrew M. Cuomo launched a Health Across All Policies approach, where public and private partners work together to positively impact population health by marrying health care, preventive health, and community design, in concert with addressing social determinants of health, to improve the lives of all New Yorkers, young and old.

Stay connected—download the NYSOFA mobile app for iOS or Android; visit the NYSOFA Facebook page; follow @NYSAGING on Twitter and NYSAging on Instagram; or visit aging.ny.gov.

About the Association on Aging in New York 

The mission of the Association on Aging is to support and enhance the capacity of New York’s local area agencies on aging and to work in collaboration with the aging network to promote independence, preserve dignity, and advocate on the behalf of aging New Yorkers and their families. www.agingny.org

About Virtual Senior Center 

The Virtual Senior Center (VSC) was launched more than a decade ago, trailblazing the way for homebound adults to combat isolation and loneliness through live online learning. The VSC offers a secure, senior-friendly platform that provides access to individuals and communities to engage in live, interactive classes, live chats, recorded content, curated links and games, and more. VSC is the brainchild of Selfhelp Community Services. For more information, please visit vscm.selfhelp.net.   

About Selfhelp 

Selfhelp Community Services is a non-profit serving 20,000 older and vulnerable adults each year through home health care, affordable housing, and skilled social services, while remaining the largest provider of services to Holocaust survivors in North America. The organization offers a complete network of home care and community-based services with the overarching goal of helping seniors live with dignity and independence and avoid institutionalization. For more information, visit www.selfhelp.net.  


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Aerospace Artificial Intelligence Market to Generate $5.82 Billion by 2028: Allied Market Research

Growth in fuel efficiency by using artificial intelligence and rise in utilization of AI to ensure safety at airports propel the growth of the global aerospace artificial intelligence market. By region, North America accounted for the highest revenue share in 2020, and is projected to dominate throughout the forecast year. Prominent Players: Airbus S.A.S., General Electric Company, Intel Corporation, International Business Machines Corporation (IBM), Iris Automation Inc., Microsoft Corporation, SITA, Spark Cognition, Thales Groups, and The Boeing Company.

Portland, OR, June 15, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — According to the report published by Allied Market Research, the global aerospace artificial intelligence market garnered $373.6 million in 2020, and is expected to generate $5.82 billion by 2028, registering a CAGR of 43.4% from 2021 to 2028. The report offers a detailed analysis of changing market dynamics, key winning strategies, top investment pockets, top segments, value chain, and competitive scenario.

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Rise in fuel efficiency by using artificial intelligence and surge in use of AI to ensure safety at airports drive the growth of the global aerospace artificial intelligence market. However, strict airline regulations, high cost of implementation of AI, and lack of trained and experienced staff hinder the market growth. On the other hand, use of AI for enhancing operational efficiency and maintenance of airplanes, rise in customer satisfaction, and adoption of reliable cloud applications would offer new opportunities in the coming years.

Covid-19 Scenario:

  • As a result of the pandemic, thousands of airplanes were grounded internationally and the industry went through a huge collapse in revenue. This has impacted the adoption of other innovative technologies including AI.
  • Some companies and authorities have suspended further investments in AI technologies during the pandemic. Moreover, with the ongoing vaccination across the globe, the aerospace industry is expected to recoup thereby boosting the demand for AI.

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The report offers a detailed segmentation of the global aerospace artificial intelligence market based on offering, technology, application, and region.

Based on offering, the software segment accounted for nearly three-fourths of the total market share in 2020, and is expected to maintain its leadership status during the forecast period. Furthermore, the segment is expected to register the highest CAGR of 45.5% from 2021 to 2028.

Based on application, the flight operation segment accounted for the highest share in 2020, contributing to nearly one-third of the total market share in 2020, and is projected to dominate in terms of revenue during the forecast period. In addition, the segment is expected to witness the fastest CAGR of 45.7% from 2021 to 2028.

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Based on region, North America contributed to the largest market share in 2020, accounting for nearly two-fifths of the market, and will maintain its leadership status throughout the forecast period. However, the Asia-Pacific region is expected to grow at the highest CAGR of 46.0% from 2021 to 2028. The report also analyzes regions such as Europe and LAMEA.

Leading players of the global aerospace artificial intelligence market include International Business Machines Corporation (IBM), Airbus S.A.S., General Electric Company, Iris Automation Inc., Intel Corporation, Microsoft Corporation, SITA, Thales Groups, The Boeing Company, and Spark Cognition.

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CONSUMER ALERT: Attorney General James Warns Consumers to Remain Vigilant Against Rise in Telephone Scams

 Fraudsters Contact Utilities Customers and Urge
Payment of 
‘Delinquent’ Bills on Gift Cards 

NEW YORK – New York Attorney General Letitia James today issued an alert to New Yorkers across the state to remain vigilant against a surge in telephone scams seeking to take advantage of unsuspecting consumers. A rise in reported complaints have shown that fraudsters are again utilizing a telephone scam in which scammers impersonate a utilities customer service representative and urge customers to buy gift cards and call back with the serial numbers to pay what they claim is a delinquent bill. Scammers convince customers to pay the bill by threating to cut off service and suggesting near-by stores that sell gift cards to immediately pay the bill in question. Consumers who are contacted do not necessarily have delinquent or outstanding bills. According to police in the Hudson Valley, customers of Orange and Rockland Utilities have seen an exponential rise in this type of fraudulent activity in recent months.

“As New Yorkers continue to suffer the economic impacts of the COVID-19 public health crisis, scammers have seen this as an opportunity to take advantage of the economic anxiety that many New Yorkers feel and the additional time some have needed to pay their bills,” said Attorney General James. “Utilities are essential services that are needed for households to survive. Falsely threatening to shut off these vital lifelines is not only heartless, but unlawful, which is why this type of illegal activity will not be tolerated for a moment. I strongly urge any New Yorker that has been targeted by this type of fraud to report these calls to my office immediately. We will do everything in our power to protect consumers from bad actors who use economic instability as leverage to line their pockets.”

As part of the fraud, scammers put pressure on customers to pay immediately or else have their services cut off instantly. Utility providers — including Orange and Rockland Utilities — do not call and threaten to shut off service if an immediate payment is not made. Utility providers also do not accept gift cards as a form of payment.

The Office of the Attorney General (OAG) advises consumers to never disclose their banking information or other personal identifiable information over the phone, even if their caller ID displays a number belonging to a certain utility provider, as many scammers are now duplicating or “spoofing” utility phone numbers to appear more legitimate.

When reporting scams to the OAG, consumers should report the specific charges, the dates and times of the phone calls that were placed, and any threatening language that was used in an effort to pressure them to go out and purchase gift cards. 

Unfortunately, utility bill scams have increased in the past year as many Americans struggle to keep up with household bills due to the global pandemic. The OAG has taken action and issued various consumer alerts connected to telephone scams. Last September, the OAG partnered with the Federal Trade Commission and the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau to launch Operation Corrupt Collector, a national initiative to target scammers who use scare tactics to collect on debts that they did not have the right to collect and/or that a consumer did not legally owe. In many of these cases, collectors used the same caller ID “spoofing” technique that scammers are currently using in the Orange and Rockland Utilities’ collection scam.

New Yorkers who have been targeted by this or any other scam are urged to file a complaint by completing and submitting a Consumer Frauds and Protection Bureau online complaint form or by calling (800) 771-7755.


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Samvera Advances Community-Sourced Repository Solutions as OASIS Foundation-as-a-Service Partner

New Alliance Promotes Wide Adoption of Free Tools that Make the World’s Digital Collections Accessible Now and Into the Future

BOSTON, MA, USA, June 15, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — OASIS Open, the international open source and open standards consortium, and Samvera, an international open source community with best in class digital asset management solutions, are pleased to announce their Foundation-as-a-Service partnership. The program streamlines the process of forming and running foundations by letting groups operate independently while enjoying the benefits of the OASIS nonprofit corporate structure and expertise.

A vibrant community of information and technology professionals, Samvera’s suite of repository software tools offers flexible and rich user interfaces tailored to distinct content types on top of a robust back end, and can enable a wide range of repository solutions for the digital collections held by libraries, archives, museums, and other organizations.

“There is unanimous support in the Samvera Community for this transition to OASIS Open’s Foundation as a Service,” said Rosalyn Metz, Associate Dean of Library Technology and Digital Strategies at Emory University Libraries and Samvera Board Chair. “Being aligned with OASIS, while maintaining Samvera’s well established governance structure and sovereignty, gives us the best of both worlds. We believe this partnership will ensure our autonomy and help promote our sustainability.”

“We are excited to welcome Samvera to the OASIS community,” said Guy Martin, OASIS Executive Director. “This partnership was a natural fit for both of our organizations, as we share the values of inclusivity, openness, and transparency. We look forward to providing Samvera with administration & governance support so that they can continue to focus on delivering value to their users and helping their open source community thrive.”

From its beginning in 2008, Samvera (originally called Hydra) set out to build a community to support and sustain its software, which is free and open source. The Samvera Community creates sustainable solutions using a common infrastructure within which there is flexibility to tailor solutions to local demands and workflow. Its partners include institutions, service providers, and other organizations that have formally committed to contributing to the Samvera Community.

“We are excited to partner with OASIS and have already benefited from the expertise of their program staff,” said Heather Greer Klein, Samvera Community Manager. “Foundation-as-a-Service is an excellent fit for the Samvera Community, and I believe this model offers a new approach to sustainable stewardship of open technologies that we’ve not seen before in the scholarly and cultural heritage ecosystem.”

OASIS welcomes inquiries from groups seeking to form or transition existing open source Foundations using the Foundation-as-a-Service Program.

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Frozen Food Market Size to Hit USD 185.28 Billion by 2027; Rising Personal Disposable Income & Expanding Global Employment Rate to Complement Frozen Food Industry Growth, Reports Fortune Business Insights™

Top companies covered in frozen food market are Nestle SA (Vevey, Switzerland), Conagra Brands Inc. (Illinois, U.S.), General Mills Inc. (Minnesota, U.S.), The Kellogg Company (Michigan, U.S.), Grupo Bimbo S.A.B DE C.V. (Mexico City, Mexico), Lantmannen Unibake International (Copenhagen, Denmark), McCain Foods Limited (Toronto, Canada), The Kraft Heinz Company (Illinois, U.S.), Unilever PLC (London, U.K.), Wawona Frozen Foods (California, U.S.), Tyson Foods Inc. (Arizona, U.S.), and more players profled

Pune, India, June 15, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The global frozen food market size is likely to reach USD 185.28 billion by 2027, registering a CAGR of 3.1% during the forecast period. Freezing food increases the convenience of its consumption as freezing slows down the decomposition process due to lack of moisture. Thus, freezing food increases its shelf life. Fortune Business Insights™ has presented this information in an upcoming report titled, “Frozen Food Market, 2020-2027”. The market size stood at USD 146.79 billion in 2019.

The market is expected to prosper in the forthcoming years due to several factors. For instance, consumer’s inclination and fondness towards ready-to-eat (RTE) foods is constantly growing. This is further complemented by the growing working population and their busy lifestyles as preserved foods require less cooking time and effort.


Top 10 Players Profiled in the Global Frozen Food Market are:

  • Nestle SA (Vevey, Switzerland)
  • Conagra Brands Inc. (Illinois, U.S.)
  • General Mills Inc. (Minnesota, U.S.)
  • The Kellogg Company (Michigan, U.S.)
  • Grupo Bimbo S.A.B DE C.V. (Mexico City, Mexico)
  • Lantmannen Unibake International (Copenhagen, Denmark)
  • McCain Foods Limited (Toronto, Canada)
  • The Kraft Heinz Company (Illinois, U.S.)
  • Unilever PLC (London, U.K.)
  • Wawona Frozen Foods (California, U.S.)
  • Tyson Foods Inc. (Arizona, U.S.)


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COVID-19 Impact:

The growth of several markets and industries has stagnated due to the global pandemic. During the initial days of lockdowns, panic buying amongst consumers led to a surge in demand due to the longer shelf life of frozen and preserved foods. However, the lockdowns, social distancing norms, and curfews resulted in a reduced workforce in manufacturing plants, ultimately plummeting the market’s growth. Almost a year since the pandemic arrived, the market is gradually gaining traction as lockdowns are being uplifted across several nations. The market is expected to flourish in the coming years once the economies return to their pre-pandemic levels.


Segmentation:

Based on type, the market fragments into frozen seafood, frozen ready meals, frozen meat products, frozen bakery products, frozen vegetables and fruits, frozen potato products, frozen pizza, etc. Based on the distribution channel, the market segments into online retail, convenience stores, supermarkets/hypermarkets, and specialty stores. Geographically, the market is categorized into North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, South America, and the Middle East & Africa.


Report Coverage:

The report incorporates Porters’ five Forces Analysis for a precise prediction. The report covers the present status and future prospects of the market. The report studies the political, social, economic, technological, and environmental factors promoting the market’s growth in several regions.  The report analyzes the global market from 5 geographies: North America, Asia Pacific, Europe, Latin America, and the Middle East & Africa. The report contains an in-depth analysis of the different factors driving, restraining, and creating opportunities in the market. The report also highlights the effects of COVID-19 on the market.


Drivers & Restraints:

Rising Female Employment Rate to Augment Market Growth

Frozen and preserved foods require less cooking time and effort. These factors aid to the busy lifestyles of working individuals. The convenience of frozen foods and the increasing inclination of consumers for RTE foods is expected to drive the market growth in the forthcoming. Furthermore, the rising female employment rates across the globe are expected to benefit the market growth.

Due to the hectic schedules of the working population, convenience foods have witnessed a surge in demand in the past years and are expected to soar in the forthcoming years. Around 3.3 billion people comprise the working population, and the numbers are expected to swell in the future. The World Bank anticipates approximately 2/3 of the global population is likely to reside in urban regions. At least, the growing personal disposable income is expected to fuel the frozen food market growth in the forthcoming years.

However, the myth of considering frozen foods an inferior replacement to fresh foods is expected to as a restraint to market growth.


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Regional Insights:

Europe to Retain its Dominance in the Market

Europe is anticipated to hold the most significant chunk in the global frozen food market share. The growth is primarily attributable to the growing vegan population, which is expected to augment the frozen veggies sales. Financial stability, dynamic food preferences, and high spending capacity in the region are expected to be significant contributors to regional market growth.

North America is anticipated to follow Europe in terms of global market growth. FDA has imposed several regulations to reduce the utilization of noxious chemical substances. For instance, trans fat quantities are regulated in the region. The rising consumer awareness about the benefits of frozen food is expected to boost the market growth significantly.

Urbanization, increasing digitization, increasing cold storage facilities, and the growing online retail sector in countries like Japan, China, and India, are expected to help the Asia Pacific witness significant growth in the forthcoming years.


New Product Developments & Partnerships to Prevail as Top Growth Strategies:

The highly fragmented market consists of global and regional players focusing on formulating various strategies for strengthening their market presence. Strategies like partnerships, innovations, and new product developments, etc., are expected to flourish the market growth in the forthcoming years. For instance, Kraft Heinz announced in March 2020 to undertake monumental changes to furnish the supply and demand gap.


Key Industry Developments:

  • July 2020: Tyson Foods Inc. introduced a frozen chicken range for the European catering market.
  • August 2019: Conagra Brands Ltd. Launched a refrigerated and frozen meals range. It includes frozen sandwiches, ramen, frozen pasta, chicken, eggs, and baked food.


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Detailed Table of Content:

  • Introduction

    • Research Scope
    • Market Segmentation
    • Research Methodology
    • Definitions and Assumptions
  • Executive Summary
  • Market Dynamics

    • Market Drivers
    • Market Restraints
    • Market Opportunities
  • Key Insights

    • Overview of Frozen Foods Market
    • Supply Chain and Regulatory Analysis
    • Industry SWOT Analysis
    • Recent Industry Developments: Policies, Partnerships, New Product Launches, and Mergers & Acquisitions
  • Global Frozen Foods Market Analysis, Insights and Forecast, 2016-2027

    • Key Findings / Summary
    • Market Analysis, Insights and Forecast – By Type
      • Frozen Vegetables and Fruits
      • Frozen Ready Meals
      • Frozen Seafood
      • Frozen Meat Products
      • Frozen Potato Products
      • Frozen Baked Products
      • Others
    • Market Analysis, Insights and Forecast – By Distribution Channel
      • Supermarkets/Hypermarkets
      • Specialty Stores
      • Convenience Stores
      • Online Retail
    • Market Analysis, Insights and Forecast – By Region
      • North America
      • Europe
      • Asia Pacific
      • South America
      • Middle East & Africa

TOC Continued…!


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