Sustainable development was coined in 1987 by the Bruntland Commission where they defined it as, ‘development that meets the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs’. Now, more than ever, highly trained Security, Intelligence and Safety professionals are sought by businesses, governments, and military. The world is full of sensors. In our day-to-day life, we come across automation in all the activities. Automation includes turning on lights and fans using mobile phones, controlling TV using mobile apps, adjusting the room temperature, smoke detectors, etc. All these are done with help of sensors. These days, any embedded system based product has inbuilt sensors in it. After the withdrawal of the Americans on 12 August 1945, Stansted was taken over by the Air Ministry and used by No. 263 Maintenance Unit, RAF for storage purposes. In addition, between March 1946 and August 1947, Stansted was used for housing German prisoners of war awaiting repatriation. In reality, robots are conceptualized and built following the principles of mechanical engineering. This field of engineering is primarily focused on studying machines and the mechanisms behind them. Moovit is an early pioneer of Mobility as a Service (MaaS). We help people change the way they consume mobility by fully integrating other forms of transport, such as local bicycle services, ride-hailing, car-sharing and more into the Moovit app. In 2017 we launched a suite of MaaS solutions, powered by AI, covering planning, operations, and optimization with proven value in reducing congestion, growing ridership, and increasing efficiency. Industry leaders such as Microsoft and Uber have partnered with Moovit to power their mobility offerings. In the mid ’90s, the computer world, especially the Internet, experienced a period of extreme growth that rivals any other in history. As more households became linked to the Internet, consumer online services such as Prodigy, America Online and Compuserve became increasingly popular. Recognizing the trend, many news organizations signed on with the consumer online services, which set up sites for the newspapers on their program. While the sites gave many newspapers national exposure, few of them gained enough from the efforts to justify their disadvantageous revenue splits with the online service providers. It was during this time that USA Today became the first newspaper to successfully bring its signature look to the Internet. Television also joined in the convergence effort, with networks like Bloomberg Informational Television, which combined aspects of the Internet with traditional broadcast news. In the late ’90s, most major newspapers established their own websites without the consumer online services. This combination of print and Internet paved the way for the next stage of media convergence.
More recently, a man who lived on the site of the former airfield reported seeing a pair of legs in dress uniform which manifested in his home, and the sounds of a B17 aircraft starting up. Within each of us lies the seed of these fears. We know too well the temptation of the siren’s song and the slow simmer into complacency. Who among us has not, at one time or another, taken the path of the pawn, choosing to do nothing, our only alibi our perceived powerlessness? We know that it takes discipline to resist the seduction of power, fortitude to maintain our principles against the throng, and dedication to engage when we doubt the impact. It is this knowledge that causes us to doubt, but it’s also this very knowledge that must spur us into action. If we are to prevent an Orwellian dystopia, then our voices must be heard. If we are to maintain our humanity, then we must connect as people. If one were to read the history of the ANC in Exile and how they purged those suspected of being Mdlwembe(sell-outs) many people lost their lives. The first to be purged were the Wankie Wars War veterans, and the ANC’s killer squad ruled the ANC. What is being discussed above about Mbeki, the security apparatus and the NEC controlling and leading the ANC, is nothing new; the inner fighting, and arrogance and power in the hands of these unknown faces and known, is what is behind the obfuscation, lies, deceit, spin and distortion in order to manage South africa as they did in Exile: not consulting their electorate or membership, and doing as they see fit, and expected no is what is happening today in south Africa, and one can see many fingerprints of the laying down of the corruptive structures that characterize the ANC today. On the one hand, in term of industry, with the development of technology, the cost of products and software was lowered.Instead of having different news crews for every medium, one converged media operation can use the same reporters and staff to produce stories for, television, telecommunication and Internet mediums. By combining each medium’s resource, a converged operation can increase the quality of its product. As a result satisfaction of customer is increased, which leads to a larger audience. From the public’s standpoint, the increased convenience of information provided by converged stories makes using the media a better experience. So, conflating the GND with the ‘climate debate’ or one side thereof, is a distortion. And it’s a distortion that is pushed by Trumpists and Republicans precisely because it’s politically convenient, who would like to be able to argue that the only option besides the status quo is stark, staring, raving socialism.