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News Article | May 11, 2017
Site: globenewswire.com

ATLANTA, May 11, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Numerex Corp (NASDAQ:NMRX), a leading provider of enterprise solutions enabling the Internet of Things (IoT), today announced the renewal of a multi-year contract with the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department through the City of Charlotte, N.C. The contract agreement will provide Numerex’s state of the art offender monitoring and tracking solution, Omnilink, to enable real-time visibility of offenders who are under a court order to be tracked and monitored electronically. The contract renewal provides up to five years of offender tracking services with an approximate value of $2 million. The Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department’s (CMPD) jurisdiction covers an area of 438 square miles with a population of nearly 1,000,000 citizens and is the largest police department between Washington D.C. and Atlanta, Georgia.  CMPD implemented their first electronic monitoring program in 2007 and currently monitors over 400 offenders at any given time, with the capacity to expand to up to 1,500 offenders. CMPD requires an electronic monitoring system that provides pre-trial and post-conviction supervision of court ordered adult and juvenile offenders for property and person crimes.  The department also has a progressive domestic violence supervision program which supervises high-risk domestic violence offenders.  Utilizing the advanced capabilities of the Omnilink Solution, the CMPD program is so proactive that it’s actually used as a crime deterrent as well as a crime solving tool.  This goes far beyond simply monitoring an offenders’ whereabouts, and sets a high standard for best practices by police departments that use electronic offender monitoring technology. The City of Charlotte noted, “We are pleased to announce a new contract for electronic monitoring services to Omnilink Systems. The contract is now available to all public agencies, school districts, and higher education institutions in the United States of America, and other government agencies and non-profit organizations through Charlotte Cooperative Purchasing Alliance (CCPA).” Numerex Chief Operating Officer, Kelly Gay, commented, “Numerex is honored to again be considered the exclusive provider of electronic monitoring solutions for the City of Charlotte.  We have a unique, longstanding relationship with Charlotte and CMPD.  Our robust solutions, combined with unparalleled customer service, were among the primary reasons CPMD chose Numerex as their electronic monitoring partner.” For more information about Omnilink, a Numerex solution, and the benefits gained by the Charlotte-Mecklenberg Police Department, read the case study at http://bit.ly/2opbn4L. Numerex Corp. (NASDAQ:NMRX) is a leading provider of managed enterprise solutions enabling the Internet of Things (IoT). The Company's solutions produce new revenue streams or create operating efficiencies for its customers. Numerex provides its technology and services through its integrated platforms, which are generally sold on a subscription basis. The Company offers a portfolio of managed end-to-end IoT solutions including smart devices, network connectivity and service applications capable of addressing the needs of a wide spectrum of vertical markets and industrial customers. The Company's mission is to empower enterprise operations with world-class, managed IoT solutions that are simple, innovative, scalable, and secure. For additional information, please visit www.numerex.com. The goal of the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department is to make Charlotte one of the safest large cities in America. To do that, we continually advance strategies that prevent crime. We find ways to engage the community in taking steps that help minimize opportunities for victimization. We explore appropriate policy direction with the Mayor and City Council. We seek solutions to the complex community problems that contribute to crime and disorder. And we enforce the laws and arrest the people who break them. The officers, staff and volunteers with the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department take very seriously their duty to provide citizens with professional, innovative and effective service. Community safety is a shared responsibility and we are committed to working in partnership with neighborhood residents and business owners as well as other local, state and federal agencies to reduce crime and improve safety. ​ © 2017 Numerex Corp. All rights reserved. Numerex, the Numerex logo, and all other marks contained herein are trademarks of Numerex Corp. and/or Numerex-affiliated companies. All other marks contained herein are the property of their respective owners.


News Article | May 11, 2017
Site: globenewswire.com

ATLANTA, May 11, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Numerex Corp (NASDAQ:NMRX), a leading provider of enterprise solutions enabling the Internet of Things (IoT), today announced the renewal of a multi-year contract with the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department through the City of Charlotte, N.C. The contract agreement will provide Numerex’s state of the art offender monitoring and tracking solution, Omnilink, to enable real-time visibility of offenders who are under a court order to be tracked and monitored electronically. The contract renewal provides up to five years of offender tracking services with an approximate value of $2 million. The Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department’s (CMPD) jurisdiction covers an area of 438 square miles with a population of nearly 1,000,000 citizens and is the largest police department between Washington D.C. and Atlanta, Georgia.  CMPD implemented their first electronic monitoring program in 2007 and currently monitors over 400 offenders at any given time, with the capacity to expand to up to 1,500 offenders. CMPD requires an electronic monitoring system that provides pre-trial and post-conviction supervision of court ordered adult and juvenile offenders for property and person crimes.  The department also has a progressive domestic violence supervision program which supervises high-risk domestic violence offenders.  Utilizing the advanced capabilities of the Omnilink Solution, the CMPD program is so proactive that it’s actually used as a crime deterrent as well as a crime solving tool.  This goes far beyond simply monitoring an offenders’ whereabouts, and sets a high standard for best practices by police departments that use electronic offender monitoring technology. The City of Charlotte noted, “We are pleased to announce a new contract for electronic monitoring services to Omnilink Systems. The contract is now available to all public agencies, school districts, and higher education institutions in the United States of America, and other government agencies and non-profit organizations through Charlotte Cooperative Purchasing Alliance (CCPA).” Numerex Chief Operating Officer, Kelly Gay, commented, “Numerex is honored to again be considered the exclusive provider of electronic monitoring solutions for the City of Charlotte.  We have a unique, longstanding relationship with Charlotte and CMPD.  Our robust solutions, combined with unparalleled customer service, were among the primary reasons CPMD chose Numerex as their electronic monitoring partner.” For more information about Omnilink, a Numerex solution, and the benefits gained by the Charlotte-Mecklenberg Police Department, read the case study at http://bit.ly/2opbn4L. Numerex Corp. (NASDAQ:NMRX) is a leading provider of managed enterprise solutions enabling the Internet of Things (IoT). The Company's solutions produce new revenue streams or create operating efficiencies for its customers. Numerex provides its technology and services through its integrated platforms, which are generally sold on a subscription basis. The Company offers a portfolio of managed end-to-end IoT solutions including smart devices, network connectivity and service applications capable of addressing the needs of a wide spectrum of vertical markets and industrial customers. The Company's mission is to empower enterprise operations with world-class, managed IoT solutions that are simple, innovative, scalable, and secure. For additional information, please visit www.numerex.com. The goal of the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department is to make Charlotte one of the safest large cities in America. To do that, we continually advance strategies that prevent crime. We find ways to engage the community in taking steps that help minimize opportunities for victimization. We explore appropriate policy direction with the Mayor and City Council. We seek solutions to the complex community problems that contribute to crime and disorder. And we enforce the laws and arrest the people who break them. The officers, staff and volunteers with the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department take very seriously their duty to provide citizens with professional, innovative and effective service. Community safety is a shared responsibility and we are committed to working in partnership with neighborhood residents and business owners as well as other local, state and federal agencies to reduce crime and improve safety. ​ © 2017 Numerex Corp. All rights reserved. Numerex, the Numerex logo, and all other marks contained herein are trademarks of Numerex Corp. and/or Numerex-affiliated companies. All other marks contained herein are the property of their respective owners.


News Article | May 11, 2017
Site: globenewswire.com

ATLANTA, May 11, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Numerex Corp (NASDAQ:NMRX), a leading provider of enterprise solutions enabling the Internet of Things (IoT), today announced the renewal of a multi-year contract with the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department through the City of Charlotte, N.C. The contract agreement will provide Numerex’s state of the art offender monitoring and tracking solution, Omnilink, to enable real-time visibility of offenders who are under a court order to be tracked and monitored electronically. The contract renewal provides up to five years of offender tracking services with an approximate value of $2 million. The Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department’s (CMPD) jurisdiction covers an area of 438 square miles with a population of nearly 1,000,000 citizens and is the largest police department between Washington D.C. and Atlanta, Georgia.  CMPD implemented their first electronic monitoring program in 2007 and currently monitors over 400 offenders at any given time, with the capacity to expand to up to 1,500 offenders. CMPD requires an electronic monitoring system that provides pre-trial and post-conviction supervision of court ordered adult and juvenile offenders for property and person crimes.  The department also has a progressive domestic violence supervision program which supervises high-risk domestic violence offenders.  Utilizing the advanced capabilities of the Omnilink Solution, the CMPD program is so proactive that it’s actually used as a crime deterrent as well as a crime solving tool.  This goes far beyond simply monitoring an offenders’ whereabouts, and sets a high standard for best practices by police departments that use electronic offender monitoring technology. The City of Charlotte noted, “We are pleased to announce a new contract for electronic monitoring services to Omnilink Systems. The contract is now available to all public agencies, school districts, and higher education institutions in the United States of America, and other government agencies and non-profit organizations through Charlotte Cooperative Purchasing Alliance (CCPA).” Numerex Chief Operating Officer, Kelly Gay, commented, “Numerex is honored to again be considered the exclusive provider of electronic monitoring solutions for the City of Charlotte.  We have a unique, longstanding relationship with Charlotte and CMPD.  Our robust solutions, combined with unparalleled customer service, were among the primary reasons CPMD chose Numerex as their electronic monitoring partner.” For more information about Omnilink, a Numerex solution, and the benefits gained by the Charlotte-Mecklenberg Police Department, read the case study at http://bit.ly/2opbn4L. Numerex Corp. (NASDAQ:NMRX) is a leading provider of managed enterprise solutions enabling the Internet of Things (IoT). The Company's solutions produce new revenue streams or create operating efficiencies for its customers. Numerex provides its technology and services through its integrated platforms, which are generally sold on a subscription basis. The Company offers a portfolio of managed end-to-end IoT solutions including smart devices, network connectivity and service applications capable of addressing the needs of a wide spectrum of vertical markets and industrial customers. The Company's mission is to empower enterprise operations with world-class, managed IoT solutions that are simple, innovative, scalable, and secure. For additional information, please visit www.numerex.com. The goal of the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department is to make Charlotte one of the safest large cities in America. To do that, we continually advance strategies that prevent crime. We find ways to engage the community in taking steps that help minimize opportunities for victimization. We explore appropriate policy direction with the Mayor and City Council. We seek solutions to the complex community problems that contribute to crime and disorder. And we enforce the laws and arrest the people who break them. The officers, staff and volunteers with the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department take very seriously their duty to provide citizens with professional, innovative and effective service. Community safety is a shared responsibility and we are committed to working in partnership with neighborhood residents and business owners as well as other local, state and federal agencies to reduce crime and improve safety. ​ © 2017 Numerex Corp. All rights reserved. Numerex, the Numerex logo, and all other marks contained herein are trademarks of Numerex Corp. and/or Numerex-affiliated companies. All other marks contained herein are the property of their respective owners.


News Article | May 11, 2017
Site: globenewswire.com

ATLANTA, May 11, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Numerex Corp (NASDAQ:NMRX), a leading provider of enterprise solutions enabling the Internet of Things (IoT), today announced the renewal of a multi-year contract with the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department through the City of Charlotte, N.C. The contract agreement will provide Numerex’s state of the art offender monitoring and tracking solution, Omnilink, to enable real-time visibility of offenders who are under a court order to be tracked and monitored electronically. The contract renewal provides up to five years of offender tracking services with an approximate value of $2 million. The Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department’s (CMPD) jurisdiction covers an area of 438 square miles with a population of nearly 1,000,000 citizens and is the largest police department between Washington D.C. and Atlanta, Georgia.  CMPD implemented their first electronic monitoring program in 2007 and currently monitors over 400 offenders at any given time, with the capacity to expand to up to 1,500 offenders. CMPD requires an electronic monitoring system that provides pre-trial and post-conviction supervision of court ordered adult and juvenile offenders for property and person crimes.  The department also has a progressive domestic violence supervision program which supervises high-risk domestic violence offenders.  Utilizing the advanced capabilities of the Omnilink Solution, the CMPD program is so proactive that it’s actually used as a crime deterrent as well as a crime solving tool.  This goes far beyond simply monitoring an offenders’ whereabouts, and sets a high standard for best practices by police departments that use electronic offender monitoring technology. The City of Charlotte noted, “We are pleased to announce a new contract for electronic monitoring services to Omnilink Systems. The contract is now available to all public agencies, school districts, and higher education institutions in the United States of America, and other government agencies and non-profit organizations through Charlotte Cooperative Purchasing Alliance (CCPA).” Numerex Chief Operating Officer, Kelly Gay, commented, “Numerex is honored to again be considered the exclusive provider of electronic monitoring solutions for the City of Charlotte.  We have a unique, longstanding relationship with Charlotte and CMPD.  Our robust solutions, combined with unparalleled customer service, were among the primary reasons CPMD chose Numerex as their electronic monitoring partner.” For more information about Omnilink, a Numerex solution, and the benefits gained by the Charlotte-Mecklenberg Police Department, read the case study at http://bit.ly/2opbn4L. Numerex Corp. (NASDAQ:NMRX) is a leading provider of managed enterprise solutions enabling the Internet of Things (IoT). The Company's solutions produce new revenue streams or create operating efficiencies for its customers. Numerex provides its technology and services through its integrated platforms, which are generally sold on a subscription basis. The Company offers a portfolio of managed end-to-end IoT solutions including smart devices, network connectivity and service applications capable of addressing the needs of a wide spectrum of vertical markets and industrial customers. The Company's mission is to empower enterprise operations with world-class, managed IoT solutions that are simple, innovative, scalable, and secure. For additional information, please visit www.numerex.com. The goal of the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department is to make Charlotte one of the safest large cities in America. To do that, we continually advance strategies that prevent crime. We find ways to engage the community in taking steps that help minimize opportunities for victimization. We explore appropriate policy direction with the Mayor and City Council. We seek solutions to the complex community problems that contribute to crime and disorder. And we enforce the laws and arrest the people who break them. The officers, staff and volunteers with the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department take very seriously their duty to provide citizens with professional, innovative and effective service. Community safety is a shared responsibility and we are committed to working in partnership with neighborhood residents and business owners as well as other local, state and federal agencies to reduce crime and improve safety. ​ © 2017 Numerex Corp. All rights reserved. Numerex, the Numerex logo, and all other marks contained herein are trademarks of Numerex Corp. and/or Numerex-affiliated companies. All other marks contained herein are the property of their respective owners.


Bouvarel I.,ITAVI | Nys Y.,French National Institute for Agricultural Research | Panheleux M.,CCPA | Lescoat P.,French National Institute for Agricultural Research
Productions Animales | Year: 2010

Farmers are mainly interested by egg weight and eggshell strength. Egg weight is linked with several factors: breeding lines, hen's age and nutrient supply to pullets and hens. Hen's weight at the laying point, energy and protein densities of the diets, amino acid (primarily methionine) and fatty acids (linoleic and oleic) contents impact egg weight. Feed form and feeding system require future research to evaluate quantitatively their effect, keeping in mind that they are meaningful. Eggshell strength is determined by quantitative Ca supply and Ca particle size. Egg product companies are more interested in yolk and albumen contents. The latter are mainly linked with the hen's age. However marginal changes in proportion are observed through protein, amino acids and linoleic acid supplies. For criteria of consumers' interest, a straight link is observed between the fatty acid contents of the diet and of the egg. It is therefore possible to optimize the egg nutritional value through feeding. Macromineral content is stable. However numerous microminerals (Iode, Selenium, Manganese) and fat-solubles vitamins (E, D3, A and K) contents could be modified by the diets. Yolk colour depends on feed supply since hens cannot synthesize carotenoids. However, coloration efficiency is variable depending on the supplied xanthophylls.


News Article | August 22, 2016
Site: www.sej.org

"VANCOUVER – Senior BC Hydro executives have worried for years that earthquakes triggered by fracking operations in search of natural gas could damage its two big dams on the Peace River, putting thousands of people at risk if the dams fail. Yet the Crown corporation, which generates and distributes most of the province’s electricity, has said nothing to the public about these concerns, choosing instead to negotiate behind the scenes with the provincial energy industry regulator, the BC Oil and Gas Commission. BC Hydro’s concerns became public Tuesday after Ben Parfitt, a resource policy analyst with the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives, CCPA, issued a report based on information obtained through a Freedom of Information request filed with BC Hydro. In response to the FOI request, the Crown corporation disclosed its fears that fracking could trigger earthquakes more powerful than its dams are designed to withstand."


Montagne L.,Agrocampus Ouest | Arturo-Schaan M.,CCPA | Le Floc'h N.,Agrocampus Ouest | Guerra L.,Agrocampus Ouest | Le Gall M.,Agrocampus Ouest
Livestock Science | Year: 2010

At weaning, the intestinal microbial ecosystem has to adapt to new feeds and to a new environment. The diverse and abundant commensal microbiota and its production of volatile fatty acids (VFA), especially butyrate, are involved in the prevention of diarrhoea and defence against pathogens. This study investigated the effects of the level of dietary fibre (DF) and sanitary housing conditions on the microbiota of weaned pigs. Forty-eight piglets, weaned at 28days of age, were housed in clean or poor conditions. They were fed during two consecutive phases, two diets containing a high level (16.9 then 21.7% total dietary fibre-TDF, mainly soluble) or a low level DF (control, 12.1 then 14.6% TDF). Five weeks after weaning, microbiota was analysed using counting techniques and VFA profiles were determined by gas chromatography in faeces collected from the rectum. When compared with the clean conditions, the faeces of piglets housed in the poor environment contained significantly more Lactobacillus and Enterobacteria and less anaerobic sulphite-reducing bacteria (+0.9, +1.1, -2.1Log10 CFU/g faeces), 60% more total VFA, with proportionally less acetate and more butyrate (-3%, +4%). The introduction of DF did not affect the composition of the microbiota, tended to increase total VFA (25%), and decreased the level of branched-chain VFA (-1.4%). To conclude, the degraded sanitary housing conditions and to a lesser degree DF, stimulated the bacterial ecosystem in a way that could be beneficial for digestive balance, despite their negative impact on animal performances. © 2010 Elsevier B.V.


News Article | October 28, 2016
Site: co.newswire.com

HAYSTACKID is proud to announce the onboarding of our new Managing Director of Forensics, Laurence D. Lieb, CCPA.


News Article | November 18, 2016
Site: www.marketwired.com

Institut professionnel de la fonction publique du Canada OTTAWA, ONTARIO--(Marketwired - 18 nov. 2016) - L'Institut professionnel de la fonction publique du Canada tiendra sa 97e assemblée générale annuelle les 18 et 19 novembre prochains à Gatineau. L'honorable Scott Brison, président du Conseil du Trésor, s'adressera aux délégués le vendredi 18 novembre. Il s'agit de la toute première fois qu'un président du Conseil du Trésor prend la parole à une AGA de l'Institut. Notre thème cette année, Programmer la réussite, contraste délibérément avec la dépendance excessive du Canada à la sous-traitance, qui est véritablement Programmée pour l'échec. Un groupe d'experts traitera de cet enjeu le samedi 19 novembre. Panélistes : Debi Daviau, présidente de l'IPFPC; Trish Hennessy, directrice fondatrice du bureau de Toronto du Centre canadien de politiques alternatives (CCPA); Andrew Cash, ancien député fédéral et cofondateur du projet Urban Worker Modératrice : Gloria Galloway, du Globe and Mail L'Institut professionnel de la fonction publique du Canada représente près de 55 000 professionnels et scientifiques du secteur public canadien.


News Article | November 17, 2016
Site: www.marketwired.com

Institut professionnel de la fonction publique du Canada OTTAWA, ONTARIO--(Marketwired - 17 nov. 2016) - L'Institut professionnel de la fonction publique du Canada tiendra sa 97e assemblée générale annuelle les 18 et 19 novembre prochains à Gatineau. L'honorable Scott Brison, président du Conseil du Trésor, s'adressera aux délégués le vendredi 18 novembre. Il s'agit de la toute première fois qu'un président du Conseil du Trésor prend la parole à une AGA de l'Institut. Notre thème cette année, Programmer la réussite, contraste délibérément avec la dépendance excessive du Canada à la sous-traitance, qui est véritablement Programmée pour l'échec. Un groupe d'experts traitera de cet enjeu le samedi 19 novembre. Panélistes : Debi Daviau, présidente de l'IPFPC; Trish Hennessy, directrice fondatrice du bureau de Toronto du Centre canadien de politiques alternatives (CCPA); Andrew Cash, ancien député fédéral et cofondateur du projet Urban Worker Modératrice : Gloria Galloway, du Globe and Mail L'Institut professionnel de la fonction publique du Canada représente près de 55 000 professionnels et scientifiques du secteur public canadien.

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