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Day: December 4, 2023

Surface Inspection Market to Witness Robust Expansion throughout the Forecast 2023-2033

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Market Overview: Persistence Market Research (PMR) predicts sales of surface inspection solutions to reach US$ 3.7 billion in 2023. The market is likely to exhibit 7.3% CAGR during the forecast period 2023 to 2033.The market is set top US$ 7.6 billion by 2033-end. The computer-based deployment division of surface inspection market is anticipated to monopolize the global market during the forecast period. It is estimated to propel at 7.2% CAGR over the forecast period. The surface inspection market encompasses a dynamic and evolving sector within the industrial automation and quality control industry. It revolves around the utilization of cutting-edge technologies, such as machine vision, artificial intelligence, sensors, and advanced image processing, to meticulously scrutinize and analyz...

RocketFuel CEO reveals explosive growth: over 400,000 crypto transactions so far in 2023

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–News Direct– RocketFuel Payment Solutions CEO Peter Jensen joined Proactive's Stephen Gunnion with details of the strong growth the company has seen in crypto and blockchain this year. In the first 11 months of 2023, RocketFuel processed 423,000 payment transactions using blockchain or crypto technologies, serving 122,000 unique users. The company focuses on B2B solutions, catering to both large corporations and individual consumers. RocketFuel's four products cover e-commerce, mass payouts, cross-border business-to-business transactions, and NFT gift cards. Jensen emphasized blockchain's ability to optimize existing processes, providing efficiency in moving money globally. The benefits include reduced fees for merchants, faster transactions, and enhanced trans...

Investors Dogpile Into Dogecoin and Galaxy Fox for End-of-Year Crypto Surge

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–News Direct– Investors Dogpile Into Dogecoin and Galaxy Fox for End-of-Year Crypto Surge As 2023 comes to an end, investors are piling into $DOGE and $GFOX for a massive end-of-year crypto surge. So, why these two? The upcoming DOGE-1 moon mission, a SpaceX project fully funded by $DOGE, drives the excitement surrounding Dogecoin. Meanwhile, Galaxy Fox ($GFOX), a more recent arrival on the market, gained major interest after raising over $400k in a few short weeks. These remarkable achievements have not gone unnoticed, and investors have started to look at these two as the best meme coins to buy now. What Makes $GFOX the Best ICO Crypto of 2023? Galaxy Fox is quickly becoming very popular on the market with its rewarding and exciting platform that blends gaming, DeFi, staking, and NFTs....

SERIESFEST AND CANVA ANNOUNCE NEW PARTNERSHIP, BRINGING OPPORTUNITIES AND RESOURCES TO CREATORS ACROSS THE TELEVISION INDUSTRY

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–News Direct– SeriesFest, the non-profit organization that champions and empowers artists at the forefront of episodic storytelling, announces a new partnership with Canva focused on helping aspiring and emerging creators prepare for a career in television by providing insights and resources necessary to make headway in the industry. Through a series of virtual and in-person workshops, creators will receive the advice of vanguards in entertainment alongside live creative tutorials, helping to take their careers in television to the next level. The first ever line-up includes three workshops from celebrated industry vets including Grammy and Tony-winning Actor/Writer/Producer Daveed Diggs (Blindspotting, The Little Mermaid, Hamilton), Showrunner/Writer/Producer/Actor Rafael Casal (Loki, Co...

Pegasus Resources strengthens position in Utah as it more than doubles its Energy Sands property

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–News Direct– Pegasus Resources Inc CEO Chris Timmins joined Proactive's Stephen Gunnion with news the company has staked additional land in Utah adjacent to its 100% owned Energy Sands property. Timmins said the additional land expands its existing project in Emery County by 160%, strategically positioning the company closer to known deposits owned by Western Uranium and Vanadium. The new property boasts infrastructure, including roads and highways, alongside proximity to Western Uranium's proposed processing mill. Timmons emphasized the historical production of uranium on the Energy Sands property in the 1950s, taking 52 tons of uranium and vanadium out of the ground. The CEO outlined the company's upcoming plans, involving mapping, geological studies, and th...

American Rare Earths CEO reveals encouraging results from Halleck Creek Project in Wyoming

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–News Direct– American Rare Earths CEO Donald Swartz discusses promising assay results from the Halleck Creek project in Wyoming in an interview with Proactive's Stephen Gunnion. Swartz emphasized the project's vast potential, with only 25% of mineralization traditionally explored. The recent drilling campaign revealed positive results, indicating potential beyond the current JORC resource. Swartz anticipates an upgrade to the resource model and a new JORC update by January or the first quarter. Metallurgical advancements are a focus, highlighting the non-refractory nature of the deposit, enabling conventional leaching for rare earth element recovery. As the company moves towards an updated JORC, a scoping study is underway with Stantec, following the engagement of Pe...

Galileo Mining back drilling at Norseman

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–News Direct– Galileo Mining Ltd (ASX:GAL, OTC:GLMGF) MD Brad Underwood tells Proactive the company has kicked-off a reverse circulation drilling program at the Norseman Project in Western Australia, targeting nickel and palladium at the Callisto, North Callisto and Jimberlana South prospects. The drilling which will take about two weeks, with results expected in January is designed to test a geophysical induced polarisation (IP) target adjacent to the Callisto deposit, as well as promising drilling results at the North Callisto and Jimberlana South prospects. We have three advanced prospects ready for drilling and each has a chance of delivering significant results," Underwood said. Our exploration strategy follows a cyclical pattern with campaign drilling, review and interpret...

Transformative tech: Cepton’s Mitch Hourtienne talks future of LiDAR integration in vehicles

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–News Direct– Cepton, Inc. Chief Commercial Officer Mitch Hourtienne joined Steve Darling from Proactive to discuss LiDAR technology. He clarified misconceptions and explained the categories of deals in the automotive sector related to LiDAR adoption. Hourtienne highlighted partnerships for research and development, design wins indicating integration into systems, and series production awards where vehicle models commit to funding LiDAR within a timeframe. Regarding the time-consuming process of integrating LiDAR into vehicles, Hourtienne likened it to the evolution of cameras and radar on automobiles. He anticipated LiDAR starting with luxury vehicles and progressively becoming widespread for various applications as autonomy levels increase. Hourtienne emphasized Cepton's collab...

SIGMA America Announces First-Ever “Holiday Mirrorless Lens Giveaway”

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–News Direct– SIGMA Corporation of America, a leading camera and lens manufacturer for both photography and cinema applications, today announced its first-ever "Holiday Mirrorless Lens Giveaway" which offers the chance to win SIGMA lens packages in the month of December for four mirrorless interchangeable lens camera systems. The four lens package prizes are: Week #1 (Dec. 4-10) Three ultra-fast SIGMA prime lenses for Fujifilm X Mount cameras (MSRP $1,267) 16mm F1.4 DC DN | Contemporary 30mm F1.4 DC DN | Contemporary 56mm F1.4 DC DN | Contemporary Week #2 (Dec. 11-17) Three pro-level F2.8 zoom lenses for Sony E-Mount cameras (MSRP $3,997) 14-24mm F2.8 DG DN | Art 24-70mm F2.8 DG DN | Art 70-200mm F2.8 DG DN OS | Sports Week #3 (Dec. 18-24) Three pro-level F2.8 zoom len...

Unmasking America’s Overlooked Gun Violence Epidemic

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–News Direct– Source: Knightscope Every year, tens of thousands of shootings happen across the US, many of which most Americans dont hear about. Some shootings, like the tragedy in Lewiston, Maine, attract a ton of national media attention, while others like the quadruple homicide in WIlloughby, Ohio, do not.1 Despite being the leading cause of death for children in the US, theres no single federal agency that keeps track of the nations gun violence. This fragmented data landscape is not a mere oversight; it's a calculated outcome of years of lobbying by groups like the National Rifle Association, which have hindered federal agencies like the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) from conducting comprehensive gun violence studies.2 Whatever information the CDC gathers...