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News Article | April 17, 2017
Site: co.newswire.com

An invite-only audience of VIPs and press will experience the world's finest innovations in electronics, luxury and technology RAND Luxury’s 2017 Luxury Technology Show is ready to showcase in New York on March 23, 2017. The world's finest luxury technology brands will be displaying their latest, best-in-class products and services to affluent consumers and the press. These VIP guests, retail executives, media and entertainment industry professionals will have an outstanding opportunity to experience signature cocktails, fine wine and hors d'oeuvres from while interfacing with tech's most future-looking innovators and products. The show will premiere the latest innovations from Turing Robotic Industries, Thiel Audio, Blackberry, simplehuman, ONO 3D, Tidal Force and over 40 other companies. Brand ambassadors from a wide variety of industries will again be on site to highlight their latest technology. Product categories will include, but are not limited to: photography, smart watches, robotics, wearable technology, 3D printing, home & business automation, high-end personal audio, exquisite home appliances, technology-advanced performance automobiles, smart watches, and wellness & fitness devices. A few of the premieres to be unveiled at the 2017 LTS include: Turing Robotic Industries (TRI), The LTS’s Presenting Sponsor will provide a sneak peek into the Turing Phone Appassionato, the world’s first Amplified Intelligence Android mobile phone built from Liquidmorphium alloy with DLC (diamond like carbon) coating with a software platform focusing on small data and digital privacy to present the best experience in mobile luxury tech. T.R.I. is working with world class partners to manufacture the Turing Phone Appassionato that is due for distribution by September 2017. THIEL Audio will introduce the newest addition to their product line signaling a bold entrance into the wireless streaming/multi-room speaker category. The AURORA LifeStream family of products that included the battery powered LifeStream TOURTM, and the more robust LifeStream HOMETM The AURORA LifeStream systems each won a CES Best of Show award in the Connected Home Products category, and THIEL Audio packed these products with plenty to talk about. BlackBerry - Impressively designed to be distinctly different, the award-winning BlackBerry® KEYone from TCL Communication reimagines how we communicate by offering unmatched productivity and the world’s most secure Android™ smartphone experience. An iconic BlackBerry smartphone made for the modern user, the BlackBerry KEYone combines a touch display with an physical keyboard that includes enhanced functionality such as a built-in fingerprint sensor and programmable shortcuts to access your frequent contacts and favorite apps. ONO 3D, Inc. the Inventors of the first smartphone 3D printer through a system that allows resin to harden under the light of your smartphone screen. Half of the 3D printer is already in your pocket. ONO was designed for beginners, students, enthusiasts, modelers, designers, and everyone else to be the most affordable 3D printer available. “The 2016 New York City event was a sold-out success with hundreds of Media and VIP guests. This year will be another exciting experience with the addition of multiple exclusive premieres from our sponsors,” states Bradford Rand, CEO of RAND Luxury. “New York City is a magnet for luxury trend-setters and press and all of our guests will have the unique opportunity to review and acquire the latest in elite electronics, many of which are not event available yet in the marketplace!” SPONSORS: Partial list of confirmed brands at the NY LTS Turing Robotic Industries, Audio Command Systems, Crazy 4 VR, D’Angelico Guitars of America, Double H, DropCar, EchoBox Audio, Fizzics, Global Aiptek, Greater NY Chamber of Commerce, HiFiMAN, Infinity One/IRING, Inspero, ITEX, La Marzocco, LightStim, Lomography, Macaron Bites, ManCan, Micro Kickboard, Mobilize Rescue Systems, Mr. Speakers, NEOFECT USA, Inc., ONO 3D Printing, Pangeabed, Petcube, Planter Speakers, Rem-Fit, simplehuman, Sirin Labs  AG, SOL Republic, Stromer, TCT Mobile / BlackBerry, TechniVorm-Moccamaster, Tesla Motors, The John Allan Company, Thiel Audio, Tidal Force, Vifa America’s Inc. &  Yamaha WaterCraft Cuisine provided by Boss Tweed’s and cocktails sponsored by TRUE Premium Vodka, Forever Young Wine, Alacran Tequila, Southern Tier Distilling & Cusquena. RAND Luxury, the producer of The Luxury Technology Show, was founded by entrepreneur Bradford Rand. The team’s first event was in 1993 and since then has produced 1,100 shows globally in variety of industries. Based in Manhattan, the team is known for their Invitation-Only Luxury Tech Shows in NYC & LA, brunch events in the Hamptons & Greenwich and luxury lounges during the Sundance & Toronto Int’l Film Festivals. RAND Luxury has produced unveilings for such elite brands such as Lamborghini, Rolls-Royce, Aston Martin, Bentley & Maserati. Other events produced by the team include TECHEXPO hiring events and the Cyber Security Summit Series along with charity events for The Red Cross, City Harvest, Riverkeeper, Sea Shepherd Conservation Society & The Breast Cancer Research Foundation.  Details: RandLuxury.com and TheLTS.com.


Frazier W.E.,Command Systems
Journal of Materials Engineering and Performance | Year: 2014

This paper reviews the state-of-the-Art of an important, rapidly emerging, manufacturing technology that is alternatively called additive manufacturing (AM), direct digital manufacturing, free form fabrication, or 3D printing, etc. A broad contextual overview of metallic AM is provided. AM has the potential to revolutionize the global parts manufacturing and logistics landscape. It enables distributed manufacturing and the productions of parts-on-demand while offering the potential to reduce cost, energy consumption, and carbon footprint. This paper explores the material science, processes, and business consideration associated with achieving these performance gains. It is concluded that a paradigm shift is required in order to fully exploit AM potential. © ASM International.


Jousselme A.-L.,Command Systems | Maupin P.,Command Systems
International Journal of Approximate Reasoning | Year: 2012

The purpose of the present work is to survey the dissimilarity measures defined so far in the mathematical framework of evidence theory, and to propose a classification of these measures based on their formal properties. This research is motivated by the fact that while dissimilarity measures have been widely studied and surveyed in the fields of probability theory and fuzzy set theory, no comprehensive survey is yet available for evidence theory. The main results presented herein include a synthesis of the properties of the measures defined so far in the scientific literature; the generalizations proposed naturally lead to additions to the body of the previously known measures, leading to the definition of numerous new measures. Building on this analysis, we have highlighted the fact that Dempster's conflict cannot be considered as a genuine dissimilarity measure between two belief functions and have proposed an alternative based on a cosine function. Other original results include the justification of the use of two-dimensional indexes as (cosine; distance) couples and a general formulation for this class of new indexes. We base our exposition on a geometrical interpretation of evidence theory and show that most of the dissimilarity measures so far published are based on inner products, in some cases degenerated. Experimental results based on Monte Carlo simulations illustrate interesting relationships between existing measures. © 2011 Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved.


Harris D.C.,Command Systems
Proceedings of SPIE - The International Society for Optical Engineering | Year: 2011

Magnetorheological finishing (MRF) is a deterministic method for producing complex optics with figure accuracy <50 nm and surface roughness <1 nm. MRF was invented at the Luikov Institute of Heat and Mass Transfer in Minsk, Belarus in the late 1980s by a team led by William Kordonski. When the Soviet Union opened up, New York businessman Lowell Mintz was invited to Minsk in 1990 to explore possibilities for technology transfer. Mintz was told of the potential for MRF, but did not understand whether it had value. Mintz was referred to Harvey Pollicove at the Center for Optics Manufacturing of the University of Rochester. As a result of their conversation, they sent Prof. Steve Jacobs to visit Minsk and evaluate MRF. From Jacobs' positive findings, and with support from Lowell Mintz, Kordonski and his colleagues were invited in 1993 to work at the Center for Optics Manufacturing with Jacobs and Don Golini to refine MRF technology. A "preprototype" finishing machine was operating by 1994. Prof. Greg Forbes and doctoral student Paul Dumas developed algorithms for deterministic control of MRF. In 1996, Golini recognized the commercial potential of MRF, secured investment capital from Lowell Mintz, and founded QED Technologies. The first commercial MRF machine was unveiled in 1998. It was followed by more advanced models and by groundbreaking subaperture stitching interferometers for metrology. In 2006, QED was acquired by and became a division of Cabot Microelectronics. This paper recounts the history of the development of MRF and the founding of QED Technologies. © 2011 Copyright Society of Photo-Optical Instrumentation Engineers (SPIE).


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Agency: NSF | Branch: Contract Interagency Agreement | Program: | Phase: | Award Amount: 185.00K | Year: 2012

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Agency: NSF | Branch: Contract Interagency Agreement | Program: | Phase: | Award Amount: 110.00K | Year: 2010

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Agency: NSF | Branch: Contract Interagency Agreement | Program: | Phase: | Award Amount: 130.00K | Year: 2012

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Agency: NSF | Branch: Contract Interagency Agreement | Program: | Phase: | Award Amount: 1.47M | Year: 2010

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Agency: NSF | Branch: Contract Interagency Agreement | Program: | Phase: | Award Amount: 396.00K | Year: 2012

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Agency: NSF | Branch: Contract Interagency Agreement | Program: | Phase: | Award Amount: 1.26M | Year: 2012

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