July 10, 2018 at 5:49 pm #22494victorfranklParticipant
A wholly owned subsidiary of Qualcomm Incorporated , and G-CORE Co. Ltd. today announced at International CES which G-CORE will bethe first GPS device maker to comprise Qualcomm’s MEMS-based mirasol(TM) display from the G-CORE Mini Caddy, a GPS golf rangefinder. By incorporating mirasol displays, the G-CORE Mini Caddy will enable golfers to look at the range finder in directsunlight and for extended intervals. Qualcomm will reveal a prototype apparatus model at CES booth #30320 at the South Hall of theLas Vegas Convention Center. Other mirasol displays are available for viewing at the CES Innovations 2009 Design and EngineeringShowcase #72062 at the Sands Expo and Convention Center.
Weighing less than a golf ball at 36 grams, the G-CORE Mini Caddy is among the lightest and smallest handheld GPS devices andincorporates a 1.2-inch bichrome mirasol display. The Mini Caddy identifies pre-loaded golf courses employing GPS-enabled searchmodes when in scope, providing users a competitive advantage whilst on the course. The device will provide information on theoutline of fairways in the push of a button, including details on overall course conditions and the locations of bunkers andhazards.
Users will be able to download map information freely on into the Mini Caddy’s 1GB of internal memory with information onmore than 25,000 golf courses globally. “In just over a year, We’ve expanded our client Our markets to include handsets, MP3 players and other mobile electronic devices,”said Jim Cathey, vice president of business development for Qualcomm MEMS Technologies. “We are delighted to be working withG-CORE to supply the very first GPS product to incorporate a mirasol screen and are confident that golfers worldwide will enjoythe advantages of exceptional outdoor viewing as well as battery lifetime as a direct outcome of our mirasol screen” According to reflective technology, Qualcomm’s mirasol screens use Less energy than traditional screens.
The screen’s nature-basedlayout lends to low electricity consumption and higher reflectivity, offering users extended battery life and superior exteriorvisibility. The display’s bistable nature allows for near-zero power use in situations where the screen image is unchanged. Thisallows for more hours of battery life when compared to similar apparatus employing other display technologies. “The G-CORE Mini Caddy Is the Best personal caddy for Golfing fans worldwide,” said Sun Gab Kim, president of G-CORE. “WithQualcomm’s mirasol display, G-CORE Mini Caddy users will eventually have the ability to see their display on the green whateverthe time of day, thus increasing the usability and functionality of their G-CORE Mini Caddy.” G-CORE is a leading designer and maker of Mobile GPS Golf Range Finders, Software and products.
Headquartered in Korea, G-COREproducts let you know that the information of the space of a hole and a map using a high algorithm wherever you proceed on theGolf course. G-CORE can be used with hundreds of golf courses worldwide. Qualcomm MEMS Technologies Inc. has developed the industry’s First direct perspective MEMS screen for mobile devices – a realtechnological Innovation that offers low power consumption and superb seeing quality in a Wide range of ecological conditions,such as bright sunlight.
The screen Works by reflecting light so that certain wavelengths hinder each Other to create color. Thephenomenon Which Makes a butterfly’s wings shimmer is The exact same principle used in Qualcomm’s mirasol displays. Usinginnovative MEMS Technology, mirasol displays support Qualcomm’s overall innovation strategy Of increasing the capacity of mobiledevices while decreasing power Ingestion. Qualcomm MEMS Technologies Inc. is headquartered in San Diego, Calif., with offices inSan Jose, Calif. and Hsinchu, Taiwan.
July 11, 2018 at 9:49 am #22501Peter MajorModerator
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OpenAM runs on Windows, yes.July 11, 2018 at 11:57 am #22502Andy CoryParticipant
I think you need to be clearer in your question. OpenAM runs on Windows as Peter says. Your .sh scripts will not, (natively) clearly. If those shell scripts are using the configurator jar and ssoadm to configure OpenAM then they will also run on Windows; your shell scripts would need to be converted to .bat files.
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