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Career File: Fiona Triller

Comments are closed. Related posts:No related photos. Previous Article Next Article Career File: Fiona TrillerOn 1 Mar 2001 in Personnel Today Thepage where readers expose their careers Thismonth, Fiona Triller, 39, staff development manager at Leeds MetropolitanUniversity, reveals the philosophy that has helped her to gain a high profilein IIP for her organisationHowlong have you been in this job?  In this post, six years.     Howlong have you been with your organisation? Nearly nine years.     Whatdoes your role involve?Planning, developing, delivering training and development for all staff inLMU, which total 2,500. I also participate in various strategic highereducation forums, explore accreditation opportunities and prepare for audit.What’sthe best thing about your job? There are two – the element of self-management and that I can initiate alot of training and development activity. The worst is when I think somethingis a good idea but it has to be developed into a paper to go to committees andeventually goes nowhere.Whatis your current major project or strategic push?We have just successfully completed our IIP re-assessment – we remain thelargest University in England and Wales to have whole university recognition. Iam also looking at several audits and developing management competencies.Preferredterminology: training, development, education, learning? All except “performance improvement”. Mostloathed buzzwords? Most of them, but especially “green field sites” and any references tosport. Areyou good at self-development? Pass! Seriously though, I do have a five-year plan for myself. And recentlyI attended a conference for staff in HE with similar roles to myself.Wheredo you want to be in five years’ time?I want to be in a role that I don’t think exists yet – a mix of diversity,community work, lifelong learning… I’m writing the job description, but I justneed to find an organisation that wants it and me.     Whatwas the most useful course you ever went on or learning experience you everhad? A pilot teamworking programme which went beyond the usual roleidentification and ideal team stuff to look at what happens if the team or partof the team fails. Excellent!Whatdid you want to do for a living when you were at school?I wanted to be a journalist.Whatwas your first job?  Graduate trainee with Bass hotel division.Whichof your qualifications do you most value and why?     My first degree from Edinburgh – I really didn’t want to go to universitybecause I wanted to work on the local paper, but a degree really does opendoors. It’s one reason why we are promoting our Return to Learn programme withfacilities management staff.Whatwas the best career decision you ever made? An accidental one, really. I was made redundant and then got involved in aEuropean-funded project on women returners.Whatwas the worst career decision you ever made?   All have been good in different ways.   Evaluation– holy grail or impossible dream? Universities do lots of evaluation (as do many organisations). Evaluationis as much about what you do with the information as the information itself. Howdo you think your job will have changed in five years’ time? Less emphasis on programmes and more CPD.Whatdo you think the core skills for your job will be in the future? Influencing, negotiating, writing bids for external funding…Whatadvice would you give to someone starting out in training and development? Whatever company you join, do a stint on the shopfloor, or its equivalent.You can’t develop appropriate training if you don’t understand the roles andresponsibilities of the staff who work in the organisation. Or work in hotelmanagement for a while – that gives a good all round experience of management.Ifyou could have any job in the world, what would it be?On a good day, this one – on a bad day, any job with Richard Branson.Doyou take your work home with you?   Yes.Whatis your motto?Tomorrow is another day.     Describeyour management style in three words or less.Work hard, play hard, don’t waffle.Howwould you like to be remembered by your colleagues?     She got things done. read more

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The eradication of feral cats from Ascension Island and its subsequent recolonization by seabirds

first_imgThe introduction of mammal predators to islands often results in rapid declines in the number and range of seabirds. On Ascension Island the introduction of cats in 1815 resulted in extirpation of large seabird colonies from the main island, with relict populations of most species persisting only in cat-inaccessible locations. We describe the eradication of feral cats from this large and populated island. The campaign had to minimize risk to humans and maintain domestic animals in a state that prevented them reestablishing a feral population. Feral cat numbers declined rapidly in response to the strategic deployment of poisoning and live trapping, and cats were eradicated from the island within 2 years. During the project 38% of domestic cats were killed accidentally, which caused public consternation; we make recommendations for reducing such problems in future eradications. Since the completion of the eradication campaign cat predation of adult seabirds has ceased and five seabird species have recolonized the mainland in small but increasing numbers. Breeding success of seabirds at Ascension was low compared to that of conspecifics elsewhere, and the roles of food availability, inexperience of parent birds and black rat predation in causing this warrant further investigation. It is likely that the low breeding success will result in the rate of increase in seabird populations being slow.last_img read more

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Cavaliers star Kevin Love will miss Game 7 of Eastern Conference Finals

first_img Written by FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailPhil Ellsworth/ESPN Images(CLEVELAND) — As the Cleveland Cavaliers prepare for their win-or-go-home Game 7 matchup with the Boston Celtics, they will be without one of their top players.Forward Kevin Love was ruled out of the do-or-die Eastern Conference Final matchup due to concussion-like symptoms, according to ESPN.This marks one of a string of concussion-related injuries Love has sustained in recent years, suffering one concussion in 2016 and another this past March.He was hit in the head by the shoulder of Celtics forward Jayson Tatum in the first quarter of Game 6 and did not return.The Cavaliers and Celtics face off in Boston Sunday night. The winner advances to the NBA Finals.Copyright © 2018, ABC Radio. All rights reserved. May 26, 2018 /Sports News – National Cavaliers star Kevin Love will miss Game 7 of Eastern Conference Finalscenter_img Beau Lundlast_img read more

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Olympic gold medalist Allyson Felix on the ‘two most terrifying days of my life’

first_img FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailPatrick Smith/Getty Images(NEW YORK) — Six-time Olympic Gold Medalist Allyson Felix is expected to share with lawmakers on Thursday the “two most terrifying days” that left her fighting for not only her life, but her infant daughter’s. “At the time, I did not realize just how many other women just like me were experiencing those same fears and much worse,” she was slated to say according to prepared testimony to a House Ways and Means Committee panel. Felix was 32 weeks pregnant when she went to her doctor for a routine checkup. She had no prior complications, and, to her knowledge, was healthy. She noticed her feet were a little swollen, but wasn’t concerned. “It was just swelling, after all, and if there was anything to worry about, I trusted my doctors would have told me to look out for I am a professional athlete and had continued to exercise throughout my pregnancy and was in great shape,” she explained. She didn’t know her routine prenatal check-up appointment would turn into one of the most frightening days of her life.Surviving the oddsFelix’s doctor checked on her daughter Camryn as she normally would, but left the room while Felix sat in silence filling with “anxious anticipation” as minutes passed. “Those few moments lasted an eternity, but the doctor finally came back in and she told me that I would need to go to the hospital for further tests,” Felix said. Felix told her doctor she would go to the hospital after her scheduled photoshoot with ESPN, but her doctor made it clear that she needed to head there immediately. As her nerves started to kick in, Felix said she remembered feeling alone in the car ride from the doctor’s office to the hospital. “I was scared and I felt alone,” Felix said. “Not just because my husband was at work and my family was 1,500 miles away. I felt alone because I thought I must have done something wrong, this must have been my fault. I felt like I was one of a very few women that something so unpredictable was happening to.” “I had a severe case of preeclampsia and if the doctors didn’t act fast, this could prove fatal,” Felix told Congress. Preeclampsia is a pregnancy complication characterized by high blood pressure and signs of damage to another organ system, most often the liver and kidneys, according to Mayo Clinic. Ten hours later, Felix ended up needing an emergency cesarean section at 32 weeks. A full pregnancy term is recognized at 39 weeks. The lives of both mother and daughter were at risk“All I cared about in that moment was my daughter surviving, and didn’t fully understand my life was threatened too,” Felix expressed in her testimony. “Mothers don’t die from childbirth, right? Not in 2019, not professional athletes, not at one of the best hospitals in the country, and certainly not to women who have a birthing plan and a birthing suite lined up.” “I kissed my husband goodbye not knowing what would happen next,” Felix added. Acknowledging the disparities within healthcareAfter undergoing an emergency C-section successfully, Felix gave birth to her daughter, the “most beautiful thing” she had ever seen. “I only saw her for no more than 15 seconds before they rushed her away. I closed my eyes,” Felix said. The baby spent the next month in the NICU and Felix learned that her pregnancy complication and near-death experience were not uncommon. “There were others like me – just like me. Black like me, healthy like me, doing their best – just like me. They faced death like me too,” Felix said. Felix said she she learned that black women are nearly four times more likely to die from childbirth than white mothers are in the United States and suffer severe complications twice as often.According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, an analysis of 2011-2015 national data on pregnancy mortality and of 2013-2017 detailed data from 13 state maternal mortality review committees found that, of the 700 pregnancy-related deaths that happen each year in the United States, nearly 31 percent happen during pregnancy, 36 percent happen during delivery or the week after, and 33 percent happen one week to one year after delivery. The data also confirm persistent racial disparities: Black and American Indian/Alaska Native women were about three times as likely to die from a pregnancy-related cause as white women. However, the CDC analysis found that most deaths were preventable, regardless of race or ethnicity.Felix referenced a Scientific News article, “To Prevent Women from Dying in Childbirth, First Stop Blaming Them” in her testimony, which claims that pregnancy-related risk factors are equally shared by all black women regardless of income, education or geographical location. For example, the Brookings Institution conducted a study showing the most prevalent racial disparities within America’s middle class and determined that black mothers with advanced professional degrees, such as a master’s degree or higher, have a higher chance of infant mortality compared to white women whose highest education level is the eighth grade. Felix urges lawmakers to help change the country’s healthcare system. “There is a level of racial bias within our healthcare system that is troubling and will be difficult to tackle, but that does not mean that we should not be tackling it,” Felix told the committee. “I came here to share my story a story that I thought was unique, but quickly learned was not. As a result, I have decided to further lend my voice to organizations who have taken up this work and hope that I can not only share my story, but be intimately involved in this work and fight to make a difference,” she added. Copyright © 2019, ABC Radio. All rights reserved. Written by May 16, 2019 /Sports News – National Olympic gold medalist Allyson Felix on the ‘two most terrifying days of my life’center_img Beau Lundlast_img read more

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Manson’s Arms

first_imgEver since Marilyn Manson donned Aladdin Sane-style hair and make-up for the cover of Mechanical Animals, the world has suspected that wanted to be David Bowie. The Golden Age of Grotesque shows America’s most reviled fetishistic faux-goth adopting Bowie’s most impressive characteristic, the ability reinvent his persona for every album. Manson has cast off the cartoon horror of his debut, the grubby black metal chic of Antichrist Superstar and the religious parody of Holy Wood. This time, the man, the band, the legend, emerges as bizarre amalgamation of tarty burlesque hedonist and sleazy industrial rock star. Taking more than just leaf out of Nine Inch Nails’ book in terms of sharp beats and angsty lyrics, Manson has produced fusion of pervy grindcore and melodramatic groaning, ‘The Bright Young Things’ being a prime example, adding a dash of explosive rock ‘This Is The New Shit’. Oddly, Manson’s friendship with Eminem seems to have rubbed off on his music; the lyrics often turn towards hip hop posturing, with mentions of big cars, bitches and casual sex. And this isn’t the only ludicrous thing about the lyrics. We’ve always known Manson was no poet, but Grotesque has some really awful lines: “I memorise the words to the porno movies, this is a new religion to me” and “I won’t pull out, I just came”. Manson’s deadpan seriousness in wailing these corkers out, banshee style, detracts from the album’s good points, namely its well-mixed beats and darkly atmospheric sounds. Stranger still, there is a curious singalong feel to a couple of tracks, notably ‘Slutgarden’ and ‘mOBSCENE’, the latter being a shameless rip-off of Faith No More’s ‘Be Aggressive’, which Manson is clearly hoping his Kindergoth fans are too young to remember. But Manson isn’t just for the kids in Slipknot hoodies; if you can get past the pseudo-artistic pretentiousness of the frontman whose egocentricity is embarrassingly evident from the album’s artwork, you will be rewarded with some guaranteed rock nite favourites and some quality music-to-shag-to for goths.ARCHIVE: 3rd Week TT 2003last_img read more

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Walorski, Hackett take on the issues during the 2nd Congressional Debate

first_img Google+ WhatsApp Facebook Walorski, Hackett take on the issues during the 2nd Congressional Debate IndianaLocalNews Previous articleNumber of older adults getting vaccines in lower than normalNext articleTwo injured in Berrien County crash Wednesday 95.3 MNCNews/Talk 95.3 Michiana’s News Channel is your breaking news and weather station for northern Indiana and southwestern Michigan. Google+ Twitter Pinterest Facebook Twitter By 95.3 MNC – October 29, 2020 7 462 Pinterest (Photo supplied/ABC 57) The 2nd Congressional District debate between Republican incumbent Jackie Walorski and her Democratic challenger Pat Hackett was a fiery contest, as times.The two debated Washington D.C.’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic, health care coverage and pre-existing conditions, aid to farmers, tax policy, the national debt, immigration, and other topics on Wednesday, Oct. 28.Watch the debate below:Much of the debate focused on healthcare, specifically the coronavirus pandemic and Obamacare, as well as the American economy.Walorski called President Trump’s leadership through the coronavirus “incredible.”“We do have a national plan and that plan is being worked through the infrastructure of the states,” Walorski said. “That’s how the money has come down through the CARES Act. That’s how the supplies have come down.”Hackett called the White House’s response to the pandemic “appalling” and that Walorski has allowed it to happen.“She (Walorski) subsequently has opposed any effort to give relief to the people of this district and the American people the last six months,” Hackett said. “It’s unconscionable and a dereliction of duty.”Walorski disagreed, pointing to a bill from the Senate that House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is not bringing to the floor. Hackett said there should also be nationwide mask mandates imposed in order to stop the spread of the virus.On healthcare, Hackett said Walorski was wrong to vote in favor of efforts to get rid of the Affordable Care Act’s individual mandate saying that it’s because of that that insurance premiums on the ACA marketplaces have gone up.“I find it wild that my opponent would talk about things like healthcare and taking care of people and she supports a healthcare plan that would take our employer-sponsored healthcare away from every Hoosier,” said Walorski.On the economy, Hackett said she would support an effort to repeal the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act pushed for by President Trump early in his presidency.“I am a responsible capitalist,” Hackett said. “Jackie Walorski is not. She voted for the greatest tax gift for the wealthy ever. Stratified wealth. Blew up our deficit.”“The whole purpose of that (Tax Cuts and Jobs Act) was not giving a cut to the wealthy, that already pay millions of dollars in taxes and employ millions of people,” Walorski retorted. “The tax cuts went to the kitchen table where people live and the people are.”Walorski said the tax cuts “injected” money back into the American family.The debate Wednesday night was the only time the two candidates will debate in the second congressional district. Election Day is less than a week away. WhatsApplast_img read more

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Press release: New space contracts for UK companies as Sentinel satellite lifts off

first_img The UK space sector is a success story and our capabilities in Earth observation satellite technology are second to none. These latest contracts confirm the vital role of British research, innovation and industry to Copernicus. The UK has one of the largest concentrations of Copernicus data users in Europe. The satellite data is increasingly used by the UK Government, especially the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs, to monitor water and air quality, support flood recovery efforts, and deliver farming support, for example. It could also prove to be an immensely valuable tool in the delivery of our 25 year Environment Plan – a strategic priority for the UK Government. We’ve been clear that we want our companies and universities to continue participating in key EU space programmes, as long as they can take part on a fair and open basis. Our leading role in the European Space Agency will not change as we leave the EU, and this Government will ensure the UK thrives in the commercial space age through our modern Industrial Strategy. The UK is also involved in three other missions; the L-band SAR mission, which measures soil moisture and crops for food security and precision farming, the Polar Ice and Snow Topographic Mission and the Anthropogenic CO2 Monitoring Mission.George Eustice, Agricultural Minister, said: I am delighted about today’s launch of Sentinel-3B, which will further increase the ability of Copernicus to monitor changes in sea level, marine pollution, and biological productivity. This closely follows the launch of the British-built Sentinel-5P in October, and reflects the growing success of the programme as the world’s leading Earth Observation satellite system. The Copernicus programme provides a hugely important contribution towards global monitoring of the environment. Airbus in the UK has been a major player in the development of satellites, ground systems and services supporting Copernicus. Contributions include: leadership of the Sentinel-5P atmospheric chemistry mission; the cornerstone radar instrument electronics for Sentinel 1; and cryogenic coolers underpinning the performance of this Sentinel 3 mission. We look forward to continuing to play key roles in future Copernicus missions. Sentinel-3B is the seventh satellite in the Copernicus programme and features several instruments, measuring colour and surface temperature over the land and ocean. It will measure the temperature, colour and height of the sea surface as well as the thickness of sea ice. These measurements are used to monitor changes in sea level, marine pollution and biological productivity.Ben Olivier, CEO of Thales Alenia Space in the UK, said: The importance of the Copernicus missions in securing our ability to understand and help manage the impacts of the climate on our environment, economy and sustainable development cannot be over-stated. In orbit Sentinel-3B will join its twin, Sentinel-3A, which was launched in 2016. This pairing of satellites provides the best coverage and data delivery for Copernicus. The two Sentinel-1 radar satellites and two Sentinel-2 optical satellites operate in a similar way. Sentinel-5P is unique in the Copernicus constellation in that it is a single-satellite mission, but its extremely wide swath covers Earth every 24 hours. The UK space sector has secured contracts worth more than €12 million on the Copernicus programme, as the latest satellite in the series is due to lift off.The Sentinel-3B satellite, which features systems built in the UK, will join six other satellites monitoring and measuring the Earth’s environment from space.The majority of information they collect is freely available to anyone in the world so it can be used for anything from agriculture to urban planning, as well as tackling global issues like climate change.Ahead of the satellite’s launch from Russia’s Plesetsk Cosmodrome due just before 7pm today (25 April), the European Space Agency announced the UK has secured a number of contracts for future work in the Copernicus programme.Between Airbus UK and Thales Alenia Space, the UK has secured more than €12 million worth of contracts, including important work on two missions, Land Surface Temperature and the Polar Microwave Imaging.Sam Gyimah, Science Minister, said: Over land, this innovative mission provides information to monitor wildfires, map the way land is used, observe vegetation state and measure the height of rivers and lakes – complementing the high-resolution measurements of its Sentinel-2 sister mission.The satellite features systems built in the UK, including the battery and propulsion system, and draws on UK scientific expertise and experience in helping to calibrate and analyse the data obtained.Completing the constellation of the first set of Sentinel missions, it follows the launch of Sentinel-5P in October 2017, which was built by Airbus UK, and features state of the art sensors from Teledyne E2V in Chelmsford at the core of the Dutch-built TROPOMI instrument.Andy Stroomer, UK Business Development Director for space at Airbus, said: Thales Alenia Space in the UK is pleased to have secured the lead role in the next expansion mission such as CO2 monitoring. This reflects the engineering and scientific skills that the UK contributes to collective progress and security. As the programme looks to the future, it is great to see UK companies and users successfully driving the development of Copernicus as it continues to grow in importance.last_img read more

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Dog treat: Bakery creates pooch-friendly doughnuts

first_imgWoof you believe it? Nottingham-based Doughnotts is selling doughnuts for dogs.Costing 50p, the mini ‘DogNuts’ are made from wholemeal flour, oats and organic smooth peanut butter.Doughnotts owners Megan Scadden and Wade Smith, both pooch-lovers, operate hound-friendly stores in Nottingham, Leicester and Derby city centres and thought the treats would be pawfect for their furry friends.Made by Alvaston-based Ruffles Dog Bakery, the handmade treats are topped with canine-suitable white chocolate or carob and coloured using turmeric, beetroot, wheatgrass and spirulina.“Thanks to our collaboration with Ruffles Dog Bakery, they can enjoy a doughnut too,” said marketing manager Daniel Byrne.“The reception has been incredible, we almost sold out on the first day we introduced them.”Doughnotts is well known for its quirky creations. At the start of the year it produced a 14-inch, 15-serve doughnut resembling a pepperoni pizza. Featuring seven vanilla fudge doughnuts with a shortbread crumb, the sweet treat cost £40.last_img read more

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Works Wonders wins Innovations in American Government Award

first_img Read Full Story The Ash Center for Democratic Governance and Innovation, a leading research center at the John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University, today named Works Wonders, a job training and placement initiative in Rhode Island aimed at youth who have aged out of — or are about to age out of — state care, as the winner of the 2018 Innovations in American Government Award. The award was presented to Rhode Island Gov. Gina Raimondo ’93 on Dec. 12, at a ceremony at the State House.“Works Wonders is an outstanding program that helps foster kids in Rhode Island reach their full potential,” said Gov. Gina Raimondo. “Through a partnership with two state agencies and Foster Forward, Rhode Island is meeting a crucial need for a population that is too often underserved. This would not have been possible without the foster youth who were both co-creators and participants in the program — and absolutely instrumental to its success. I also want to thank the teams at the Department of Labor and Training, the Department of Children, Youth, and Families and particularly the folks at Foster Forward for their steadfast commitment to Rhode Island. I’m honored that the Ash Center at Harvard Kennedy School is recognizing this important work and awarding Works Wonders the 2018 Innovations in American Government Award.”Works Wonders program participant Tobias Bear spoke at the awards ceremony about the impact of the program on his life. Photo by Sarah GruczaRhode Island’s Works Wonders program was recognized by the Innovations Award Program at the Ash Center for its groundbreaking approach to filling the gap between traditional workforce development programs, which are traditionally aimed at adults, and youth-centric programs which assume a level of parental engagement. The program involves adolescents ages 16-21 in a rounded support system that addresses both hard and soft skills. Participating youth have access to education, peer support, counseling, experiential learning opportunities, and ultimately, paid jobs, vocational programs, and continued educational opportunities.  A recent research study showed that Works Wonders has an 83 percent completion rate and participants are 37 percent more likely to be employed as compared to those who didn’t participate in the program.“Rhode Island’s Works Wonders is an exemplar of how a range of stakeholders can come together to identify and meet the needs of an underserved group,” said Stephen Goldsmith, Daniel Paul Professor of the Practice of Government and the Director of the Innovations in American Government Program at Harvard Kennedy School of Government. “The award selection committee was unanimous in voting for Works Wonders as this year’s winner. We hope that this recognition will help the program scale and its award-winning attributes be adopted by other jurisdictions.”Additional ResourcesWatch Works Wonders present at the 2018 Innovations in American Government Award Finalists event.Visit the Ash Center website for more information about the Innovations in American Government Awards, to explore previous winners, and to sign up for our newsletter for upcoming information about the next award cycle.last_img read more

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Building Cities of Tomorrow with Ford

first_imgThe promise of continued advancement of technology is a massive opportunity for our world’s cities. As we sit in traffic, circle a block for parking, or brake for a pedestrian, we long for new and smarter ways for mobility in cities to become more livable and sustainable. We at Dell Technologies believe that the scale and complexity of mobility in cities – where over half the world’s population now lives – is matched only by its absolute importance to everyday lives.We are proud to work with Ford and other corporate partners to help deliver on this promise through the City of Tomorrow Challenge. This program looks at three cities: Pittsburgh, Miami, and Grand Rapids, Michigan and provides a platform for collaboration between citizens, corporations like us, and nonprofits to propose and pilot solutions to improve mobility. This design-led approach from Ford puts an emphasis on listening to the community through qualitative and quantitative research, co-creation from a wide range of stakeholders, and landing on a real, tangible pilot.The ideas coming into the platform or through the community workshops reflect the unique characteristics of the three communities. In Pittsburgh, one contributed idea is to build new affordable light rail over the old industrial rail infrastructure. Another idea is a call for wayfinding for walking paths that avoid hills and construction. Another idea points out the lack of public transportation for the city’s east side.In Miami, with the 10th worst traffic on the planet,  conversation on the site is dominated with ideas to reduce time on the road. Contributors point out specific choke points, ask for new public transit solutions or, my favorite, recommend that everyone re-take a driver’s test. In Grand Rapids, however, people have an average of a 20-minute commute. Traffic is simply not an issue. This city has an opportunity to, say, rethink parking in the downtown area, or enhance bike paths or walkability.What ideas do you have? Please check out the Challenge website to share your experiences, sign up for community working sessions, and offer insight into the variety of ways people move around the targeted cities today. In early July, the application period will open and participants can submit their ideas for a chance to win up to $100K in pilot funding to test their solutions.In September, semi-finalists will be selected to attend a prototyping session and receive mentoring support to refine their ideas before submitting a final pilot proposal. During the Challenge’s concluding stage, a prize of $100,000 will be awarded to the winner, who will be given the opportunity to use those funds to conduct pilot programs in partnership with their city, Ford, and other corporate partners.This type of challenge perfectly aligns with our purpose, which is to create technologies that drive human progress. We are participating in the challenge alongside the cities and Ford and look forward to sharing ideas and learnings from experiences we’ve had in digital cities projects from around the world.  We will learn from this project as well – and use this knowledge to better support our customers.We believe we can play a key role in making Ford’s vision real. We have built our unique family of companies on the idea that progress lives at the intersection of technology and humanity. Where better to further this idea than in some of the world’s great cities?last_img read more

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