PixelFLEX’s new FLEXUltra XT is specifically for live production. Each panel is 16:9 aspect ratio, available in 1.5mm, 1.9mm and 2.5mm pixel pitch options and includes an impact-resistant COB PixelShield technology to withstand the demands of the production world. Additionally, the front-serviceable modules make it easy to maintain each panel, and the easy Z-Axis adjustments guarantee that your screen is always seamless, according to PixelFLEX. Utilizing magnetic connections and auto-locks, the FLEXUltra XT turns vertical rigging into a one-person job and the optional ground support system is complete with built-in levels and self-leveling footers.Details on the new FLEXUltra XT LED are here.Check out a video of the PixelFLEX LED FLEXUltra from InfoComm 2019 below:
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Headquartered in Singapore, the new company will target the growing opportunities in the global oil and gas supply chain.BDP Project Logistics and its parent company, BDP International (BDP), are already recognised as key players in the energy, chemicals and petrochemicals logistics business. The new company will extend BDP’s service offerings to include mid and upstream market activities within the oil and gas supply chain, allowing BDP to offer a total service solution to oil and gas companies.Martin Runshaug, commercial director of BDP Oil and Gas Logistics, said the vertical was formed to meet the need for a total logistics services provider that can offer total integrated logistics solutions with emphasis on quality, health, safety, environment and compliance.”BDP Oil and Gas Logistics will service clients across the entire oil and gas value chain, explained Runshaug. “The new company combines BDP’s two principal strengths: its position as a global leader in the downstream sector as well as its expertise in project logistics.”Our ability to offer turnkey logistics solutions – from supply chain management of rig and FPSO new building and conversions through to the transportation of heavy-lift structures supported by our in-house transport engineering division and finally logistics support for offshore and onshore assets in operation – is what gives BDP Oil and Gas Logistics an edge over its competitors,” he claimed.According to Runshaug, the energy sector is set to boom in the coming decade with an increase in exploration and production to meet the demands of emerging nations such as Brazil, Russia, India and China.”BDP Oil and Gas Logistics expects significant activity in the Middle East, the Commonwealth of Independent States, West Africa, Brazil, Vietnam, China, India, and Australasia as well as the arctic regions,” said Runshaug.
Share Scott Seven Under Par After Day One at Palisades CHARLOTTE, N.C. – Sophomore Kyle Scott (Edenvale, South Africa/Edenglen HS) finished the first two rounds seven under par to lead the No. 17 West Florida men’s golf team at the Palisades Collegiate Classic hosted by Charlotte on Monday. The Argonauts are in sixth place, 26 strokes behind the leader, heading into Tuesday’s final round.Scott opened with a 68 in the first round and followed with a 69 in the second, placing him fifth overall at 137. Freshman Ryan Black (Port St. Lucie, Fla./Lincoln Park Academy) had the best round of the day for the Argonauts, firing a 67 in the second round to finish the day tied for 12th and three under par (74-67-141).Freshman Rafael Rodriguez Larreta (Montevideo, Uruguay/Pocitos Day School) had a solid first day, shooting 148 (72-76) to finish tied for 37th. Freshman Carlos Rodriguez (Cali, Colombia/Austin Peay/Pendleton School) and sophomore Otto Bonning (Skanor, Sweden/Sundsgymnasiet) rounded out the lineup for UWF, carding 153 (75-78) and 157 (80-77), respectively.Virginia Commonwealth leads after the first two rounds at 552 (282-270), and Louisville trails at 557 (290-267) after an excellent second round. VCU’s Vincent Nadeau and Louisville’s Riley Wheeldon share the overall lead at 12 under par, with UWF’s Kyle Scott five strokes back.The Argonauts will return to Palisades Country Club on Tuesday for the team’s final round of the regular season. For information on all UWF Athletics, visit www.GoArgos.com.#ARGOS#DAY ONE RESULTS5 Kyle Scott 68 69 137 -7T12 Ryan Black 74 67 141 -3T37 Rafael Rodriguez Larreta 72 76 148 +4T61 Carlos Rodriguez 75 78 153 +9T76 Otto Bonning 80 77 157 +13Print Friendly Version Kyle Scott (Photo by Ron Besser)
Freeform(NEW YORK) — YouTube star Logan Paul said he believes the backlash he has received over a video he posted last year “happened for a reason,” and has vowed to turn the experience into a new personal mission.ABC’s Good Morning America anchor Michael Strahan spoke to Paul exclusively, and he opened up about the knocks he’s taken — both online and to his wallet — after posting a Dec. 31 vlog, which appeared to show a lifeless, hanging body in Japan’s so-called suicide forest.“I think that reason [it happened] is so I could… spread the message the right way about suicide prevention and suicide prevention awareness,” he said in the GMA interview. Paul, 22, has repeatedly accepted the blame for the video in question.“It’s not like I’m a bad guy. I am a good guy who made a bad decision,” he said. “It’s been tough, cause ironically I’m being told to commit suicide myself,” he revealed. “Millions of people literally telling me…” And Paul said he deserves the criticism.“This has been…the hardest time in my life,” he said. “…I can, will and am going to learn from it and be a better person.”Paul has taken to social media and other online platforms to apologize repeatedly this year. On Jan. 1 he wrote a letter to fans, saying he never intended to anger anyone. He later followed up with a video apology, and tweeted on January 3: “Taking time to reflect. No vlog for now. See you soon.” After a self-imposed hiatus, Paul returned to YouTube last week with a heartfelt video that focused on suicide prevention, and an interview with a man who had attempted suicide. Paul also pledged to donate a million dollars to various charities — the first installment of which, $250,000 to the National Suicide Hotline, was paid last week.Copyright © 2018, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.Powered by WPeMatico Related