Urrutia and Lewis | Date: 2017-03-08
A process for the solidification of liquid waste prior to disposal in a landfill, and an impermeable container in which the liquid waste is solidified.
Murphy, Reinhardt, Lewis and Peterson | Date: 2015-12-16
An assembly system (68) for assembling a gas turbine engine including a support beam (70) defining a horizontal plane for assembly of engine components along a horizontal axis substantially parallel with the support beam (70). A forward arm (102) is supported on the support beam (70) for supporting a forward portion of an engine component. An aft arm (90) is supported on the support beam (70) for supporting an aft portion of the engine component. An aft mounting ring (100) is attachable to an aft end of an engine assembly. A forward mounting ring (106) is attachable to a forward end of the engine assembly. A drive (92) is mounted to the aft arm (90) engageable to the aft mounting ring (100) for rotating the engine assembly about the horizontal axis. A roller (112) is supported on the forward arm (102) and engageable to the forward mounting ring (106) to support the first end of the engine assembly during rotation about the horizontal axis.
Lewis | Date: 2013-10-30
The application provides an apparatus for drying particulate materials comprising:(i) a dryer (7) in which the particulate materials can be dried and heated, the dryer comprising a heating device (20); a drying chamber having an inlet (5) through which particulate material can be loaded into the drying chamber; an outlet (10) for dried and heated particulate material, and an exhaust gas outlet (6);(ii) means (30) for moving a stream of heated gas from the heating device (20) through the drying chamber, thereby to dry and heat the particulate material, and then out through the exhaust gas outlet (6) as exhaust gas;(iii) means defining a primary gas flow path extending from the exhaust gas outlet (6) to a discharge vent (32) through which exhaust gas can be discharged to atmosphere; a filtering device (27) being disposed between the exhaust gas outlet (6) and the discharge vent (32) for removing particulate matter from the exhaust gas prior to discharge through the discharge vent;(iv) means (37, 38) defining a secondary gas flow path linked to a source of additional heated gas, whereby a downstream end of the secondary gas flow path communicates with the primary gas flow path at a location upstream of the filtering device;(v) a flow control device (38) associated with the secondary gas flow path, the flow control device (38) being operable to control flow of the additional heated gas along the secondary gas flow path and into the primary gas flow path thereby to regulate the temperature of the exhaust gas in the primary gas flow path so that it is higher than a dew point of the exhaust gas when the exhaust gas enters the filtering device (27).
Lewis | Date: 2013-01-30
Presented is a device comprising a vibratory means which applies vibrations of a controllable and adjustable amplitude and frequency to the frenulum of the male genitalia, the vibratory means not requiring the user to hold it in place during use, and wherein the vibratory means are further adapted to apply vibrations to the female genitalia during use.
Lewis | Date: 2011-08-17
Audio equipment comprising a signal generating module 26 arranged to output signals to a pair of speakers 20, wherein the speakers 20 are mounted upon respective housings 18, each housing 18 having a support region, the housings 18 being interconnected by a strap 24 carrying, part way along its length, a power supply unit 30.
Zenith Electronics Corporation and Lewis | Date: 2010-08-18
A receiver receives a data key from a transmitter. The data key is generated by a random number generator seeded with a seed derived from data to be encrypted in the transmitter. The receiver also receives a synchronizing signal in place of a null packet in an MPEG transport stream, receives encrypted data in the MPEG transport stream, and synchronizes, in response to the received synchronization signal, use of the data key to decrypt the received encrypted data. Additionally or alternatively, an encrypted message having sequential first, second, third, and fourth encrypted portions is decrypted into sequential first, second, third, and fourth decrypted data portions by use of a triple wrap decrypting technique.
Lewis | Date: 2012-02-01
Methods of producing an ombr finish for materials may comprise applying a stain to the surface of a material in a first concentration toward a first part of said surface and in a second concentration toward a second part of said surface, blending said stain from said first part to said second part to create a gradual transition in concentration, and sealing said surface. Said methods may also comprise applying a stain substantially uniformly to the surface of a material, removing said stain from said surface so as to create a gradual transition in concentration of said stain, and sealing said surface. Said methods may further comprise the steps of comparing the color of said material to a target color and toning said material until said color of said material matches said target color.
News Article | December 7, 2016
San Diego Digital Agency Recognized as Small Agency of the Year and President Named Agency Marketer of the Year SAN DIEGO, CA--(Marketwired - Dec 6, 2016) - For the third consecutive year in a row, Piston, full-service digital agency and a LEWIS company, has been voted Small Agency of the Year at the annual iMedia Agency Awards. The agency's President John Hartman was also named Agency Marketer of the Year at last night's event. The Small Agency of the Year category recognizes the last 12 months of work by a small (100 employees or fewer) agency that has advanced interactive marketing through inventive thought, brilliant creative, cutting-edge technology and the pursuit of excellence in the digital space. "I feel blessed to have such an incredible team to put in front of our client partners every day. They deliver amazing campaigns and results and it's truly an honor for that work to be recognized as best in class by iMedia," said Mark Burr, Senior Vice President of Piston. Other agency finalists included Good Apple, Home Brew Agency, Mindgruve and Traction. Selected as Agency Marketer of the Year, Piston President John Hartman commented, "iMedia has served as a great catalyst for our industry over the years and I am proud to be recognized by such fantastic colleagues and leaders." The Agency Marketer of the Year award seeks distinction in demonstrated, exemplary leadership and innovative contributions to the field of marketing. Hartman was chosen among elite senior marketers from agencies such as Nebo, Hawke Media, Epsilon and Tombras. This year's iMedia accolades are on the heels of seven ADDY wins from the 2016 SDX American Advertising Awards. Piston is also home to the winner of this year's Search Engine Land 2016 Search Marketer of the Year (female) Landy Award -- Director of Biddible Media, Jennifer (Johnstone) Lopez. Nominees are selected by the iMedia Agency Awards Advisory Board, which ensures the awards accurately reflect and celebrate the industry's most significant contributors. Members include Adam Broitman, VP, Global Digital, MasterCard, Luanne Calvert, VP & Chief Marketing Officer, Virgin America, Chris Cox, Manager Global Digital Marketing, The Hershey Company and Brian Doyle, Senior Director, Mobile & Digital Strategy, ESPN. According to iMediaConnection.com, Piston's work for the San Diego Charger and Inspirato helped it stand out. Piston, a LEWIS company, is an award-winning, full-service digital agency located in San Diego. Piston creates successful communications between brands and customers based on a deep understanding of commerce, culture and technology. By connecting these three concepts, Piston builds and tracks brand relationships that span all media, channels and marketing capabilities. LEWIS is a global communications agency built to solve the four challenges brands face: awareness, demand, adoption and advocacy. LEWIS provides full PR, marketing and digital services to drive tangible results for clients around the world. Its agile approach allows brands to adapt to market opportunities and win the war for relevance. Consistently named as one of the industry's fastest-growing agencies, LEWIS has 600 staff across 28 offices throughout Asia, Europe and North America. iMedia Communications, Inc. is the most influential community of senior marketers in the rapidly evolving digital world. iMedia's events and online community bring powerful brand and agency marketers together with top technology and service providers to provide valuable industry perspective and inspire the industry's most prominent partnerships. The hub of the iMedia community is iMediaConnection.com, a daily publication and online network of senior marketers. The iMedia event portfolio includes the iMedia Brand Summit, the iMedia Agency Summit, and more. The company was founded in 2001 and is a subsidiary of dmg::events. For more, visit http://www.imediaconnection.com/
News Article | February 28, 2017
SAN FRANCISCO, CA--(Marketwired - Feb 28, 2017) - LEWIS, the global communications agency, today announced the appointment of Miles Daniels as vice president of media strategy. This new role advances LEWIS' integrated model and expands the agency's C-level profiling services. Daniels has more than 15 years of communications experience, including as a journalist, and as a director and producer of corporate videos, documentary films and television series. He has extensive knowledge of media and public relations, content creation and storytelling, thought leadership, senior executive profiling and digital marketing and is an expert at building integrated programs that are impactful and truly move the needle for clients. "Miles has a diverse background and brings with him a distinctive set of skills which make him highly suited for this role," said Stephen Corsi, executive vice president of LEWIS US. "His expertise in corporate storytelling and executive profiling will enhance the breadth and depth of our client services, and he will play a pivotal role in advancing our premium capabilities. We're excited to have Miles lead these initiatives across the globe." "I am thrilled to join LEWIS at this exciting time in our industry," said Daniels. "The media landscape is changing at lightning speed. And while change can be unsettling for some, LEWIS sees an enormous opportunity for brands and individuals to tell their stories and engage with their key stakeholders in ways previously unimaginable. I've long considered LEWIS a standard-bearer for engaging storytelling, and I look forward to working with my colleagues to raise that bar even higher." Daniels most recently was head of communications at Everwise, a talent development company co-founded by Maynard Webb. He will be based in the San Francisco office. LEWIS is a global communications agency built to solve the four challenges brands face: awareness, demand, adoption and advocacy. LEWIS provides full PR, marketing and digital services to drive tangible results for clients around the world. Its agile approach allows brands to adapt to market opportunities and win the war for relevance. Consistently named as one of the industry's fastest-growing agencies, LEWIS has 600 staff across 28 offices throughout Asia, Europe and North America.
News Article | November 30, 2016
NEW YORK, NY--(Marketwired - Nov 30, 2016) - LEWIS, the global communications agency, today announced the opening of its New York City office. The East Coast expansion strengthens the agency's international network and reach of integrated offerings. New York City is the agency's fifth US location and 28th global office. Located in SoHo, the office investment is part of LEWIS' continued commitment to providing clients with full-service communications offerings nationwide. The agency has a strong West Coast presence with its US headquarters in San Francisco and multidisciplinary office in San Diego. The New York City location complements LEWIS' hallmark Marketing Services and Research functions that are based out of Boston and Washington D.C. "With clients increasingly engaging the agency on a global basis, expanding our US presence to New York was a natural next step," comments Stephen Corsi, Executive Vice President of LEWIS US. "It's an exciting time at LEWIS. Establishing in-market presence in another top international city highlights our commitment to clients and staff," stated Corsi. "Celebrating innovation and diversity are at LEWIS' core and New York City is a great representation of these values -- not to mention the fact that it's a hub for industries LEWIS has expertise in and wants to expand in." Following investments and significant growth in digital, research and advertising services, the agency supports clients through the entire marketing process from lead to close. LEWIS is a global communications agency built to solve the four challenges brands face: awareness, demand, adoption and advocacy. LEWIS provides full PR, marketing and digital services to drive tangible results for clients around the world. Its agile approach allows brands to adapt to market opportunities and win the war for relevance. Consistently named as one of the industry's fastest-growing agencies, LEWIS has 600 staff across 28 offices throughout Asia, Europe and North America.