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This beautiful villa welcomes its visitors with its comfortable and cozy interiors, its infinity of recreational activities, as well as its wonderful sea views. It is located on the Balinese island of Gili Trawangan, forming part of an archipelago of three small islands – Gili Trawangan, Gili Meno and Gili Air – located on the northwest coast of Lombok, Indonesia.

 

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Summer is the best season to attend outdoor concerts. In the 60’s, bands and musicians frequently partnered with fine print makers and designers to produce visually stunning concert posters, which served as collectible mementos and were also artworks in and of themselves. Here are a few of our favorite psychedelic examples from the collection.

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Jefferson Airplane,” 1967, designed by Robert Wesley Wilson

Bob Dylan Poster”, 1966, designed by Milton Glaser

The Jimi Hendrix Experience,” 1967, probably designed by Fantasty Unlimited

Youngbloods Poster,” 1967, designed by Victor Moscoso

 

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The Citation Sovereign+® has class-leading short takeoff, enhanced technology and incredible performance to answer the call of today’s business leaders and what they need in a corporate jet. Get the visionary midsize jet for visionary travelers.

Range-enhancing winglets combined with powerful Pratt & Whitney PW306D turbofan engines allows the Citation Sovereign+ achieve better performance than its competitors.

 

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A neutral palette of platinum blonde silks, luxury leathers, and plush textures.

 

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This flight deck offers the flight department unsurpassed situational awareness with Garmin Synthetic Vision Technology (SVT™), detailed moving map imagery, electronic charts, traffic surveillance (TCAS II Change 7.1), terrain awareness (Class-A TAWS), and intuitive touch-screen control. In addition, an integrated, work-load reducing auto throttle system enables pilots to prioritize other tasks.

MODERN CONTROL PANELS

Four intuitive, touch-screen LCD control panels serve as the pilot’s primary user interface. Pilots have access to all flight data via three 14-inch, landscape WXGA high-resolution displays. Each display can function independently as a primary flight display (PFD) or multifunction display (MFD). These displays can also function in multi-pane mode, showing both PFD and MFD side by side on the same screen.

Two of the four control panels are installed on the center pedestal for MFD control, as two additional panels control each PFD. Pilots can customize displays via the touch-screen control panels, organizing and prioritizing the flight data that’s presented. Additional functionality offered by the control panels includes tuning communication and navigation radios and managing specific aircraft systems.

VIRTUAL REALITY

Featured on the pilot’s PFD is the SVT system, offering a virtual reality of terrain, obstacles, traffic and runways-everything beyond the widescreen.

Using the system’s terrain-alerting database, SVT enhances pilot’s situational awareness by creating a dimensional depiction of ground and water features, obstacles and traffic in proximity to the aircraft. Pilots get a realistic picture of what lies beyond the nose of the Sovereign+, even in solid IFR or nighttime VFR conditions. On the secondary display, MFD capabilities can be divided into two vertical pages. This facilitates logical pairing of whatever information makes sense to the pilot during any particular point in the flight sequence.

Real-time Diagnostics. Real-time answers

The Sovereign+ is equipped to use LinxUs® – a technology designed to save time and money. Working with the Central Diagnostics Maintenance system (CDMS) LinxUs and LinxUs Air, both function as a fault-isolation system that monitors the aircraft 100 percent of the time. In the event of an onboard issue, actionable answers are provided in real time, resulting in faster turnaround to get the aircraft back in the air.

LinxUs – reports issues upon landing with a Wifi connection.
LinxUs Air – reports issues in flight via satellite (For aircraft equipped with GSR56).

 

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Drones could help save the lives of heart attack victims by delivering defibrillators faster than an ambulance can arrive at the scene, according to a report Tuesday in the Journal of the American Medical Association.

By reducing the crucial intervention time after a heart attack, drone delivery of the easy-to-use kit could raise the chances of survival of cardiac arrest victims, said the report compiled by Swedish researchers.

Test runs of drones in Sweden showed they can deliver a defibrillator to an out-of-hospital patient on average 16 minutes faster than a traditional emergency medical response vehicle could reach a victim.

Currently, people stricken by heart attacks outside of hospitals have only an eight to 10 percent survival rate in the United States. Reducing access time to a defibrillation — which restarts the heart with an electric pulse — is seen as key factor to increasing survival.

Researchers from the Karolinska Institutet in Stockholm carried out tests near the Swedish capital and concluded that a remote-controlled drone equipped with an external defibrillator, and guided by GPS and cameras, could be activated by an emergency services dispatcher.

There are more than 350,000 cardiac arrests each year in the United States, according to the American Heart Association.

For the study, the Swedish Transportation Agency equipped a drone with a defibrillator weighing 1.7 lbs and deployed it at a fire station just north of Stockholm. Eighteen test runs were carried out to locations within a 6.2 mile radius, with a median distance of two miles.

The average time for the drone to arrive at the scene was 5:21 minutes against 22:00 minutes for an emergency medical services vehicle. In every case, the drone arrived quicker than an ambulance, on average slashing 16.39 minutes off the response time.

“Saving 16 minutes is likely to be clinically important. Nonetheless, further test flights, technological development, and evaluation of integration with dispatch centers and aviation administrators are needed,” the authors of the report said.

 

-AFP

 

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