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226. "I don't have insurance. Can I file a personal injury claim?"
November 15, 2013


Orlando Motorcycle Attorney, Orlando Motorcycle AttorneysEven if you don’t have insurance, you can file a personal injury claim if the other party is at fault. In fact, your insurance company may not even come into play, since the at-fault driver’s insurance often will be the one to pay for your damages. Some of these damages include property, medical, and lost wages. Filing the claim will proceed as if you had insurance and will include gathering up evidence to prove both your injury and other party’s negligence. Take photographs of your injuries and get a copy of the police report, in... (read more)

Author: Chatter Buzz

227. Finding a UID provider that can help from start to finish
November 15, 2013


With so many different methods available for applying a Unique Identifier symbol to equipment produced for the military, a defense contractor might easily start to feel overwhelmed. Therefore it can be a good idea to find a vendor that offers a variety of UID solutions — and can provide advice on which methods work best for a particular application. One such supplier is ID Integration Inc. (id-integration.com). This company offers direct marking methods for applying the 2-D Data Matrix UID symbol to equipment. For example, they can supply a programmable, dot peen stamper that supports tex... (read more)

Author: Edward Brewe

228. Mys.tified by IUID requirements? Turn to the experts for help
November 15, 2013


Many defense contractors are experts in a particular field of engineering, such as aerospace, vehicle, electrical or industrial engineering. What they might not be experts on are defense department requirements for Unique Identification (UID) labeling of items being supplied to the military. Item Unique Identification (IUID) is a system in which each piece of equipment receives a unique identifier that remains with the item throughout its life, greatly enhancing the military’s ability to track the equipment. Identifying information is contained in a 2D Data Matrix symbol that is appl... (read more)

Author: Edward Brewe

229. UID labeling involves many steps: From design to IUID verification
November 15, 2013


Department of Defense contractors have many details to think about when determining how to comply with the department’s Item Unique Identification (IUID) requirements. The IUID program involves the marking of individual pieces of equipment with a Unique Identification (UID) that stays with the item throughout its life. The marking is accomplished using a 2D Data Matrix symbol that is read with an automated scanner. Decisions to be made include how the UID labels will be applied to the item; where the labels will be located; and the size of the mark. Finally, IUID verification is needed to... (read more)

Author: Edward Brewe

230. Check compliance of your unique identification labels through IUID verification
November 15, 2013


Much effort goes into designing unique identification (UID) labels for equipment to be used by the military. How to label the items, where to place the 2D Data Matrix symbol that contains the Item Unique Identifier (IUID), what size the symbol should be and what information it should contain are all issues that must be evaluated. But at the end of the process, what really matters is whether the symbol can be read by machines designed to do so. An IUID verification system,such as those available throughID IntegrationInc.,will assess the readability of the Data Matrix symbols in addition to dat... (read more)

Author: Edward Brewe

231. High-quality labels ensure UID compliance
November 15, 2013


Labels that last a lifetime. That is a key component of the Item Unique Identification system, or IUID, developed by the U.S. Department of Defense. The idea is to mark each piece of DoD equipment with a Unique Identifier (UID) so the department can track the asset throughout its life cycle. The identifier is contained within a 2-D Data Matrix symbol that is applied to the asset. The identifier is entered into the DoD’s IUID registry, a database that also contains information about each item, such as its date of purchase, location, maintenance history and other details. The system allows ... (read more)

Author: Edward Brewe

232. Reasons for IUID requirements are many
November 15, 2013


Contractors supplying equipment to the military are likely aware of requirements for Item Unique Identification of each piece of equipment they produce. The Department of Defense requires the identification, in the form of a 2-D data matrix symbol, for each piece of equipment valued at $5,000 or more, and in some cases, items of lesser value. The machine-readable code allows tracking of the asset throughout its life. But contractors might be less familiar with the reasons the IUID program was implemented. The IUID requirements were spurred by concern from government auditors that fed... (read more)

Author: Nancy Malone

233. A good scanner aids in IUID implementation
November 15, 2013


The defense department system of using Item Unique Identification (IUID) tags to label individual pieces of equipment has become a valuable method of tracking assets throughout their lifetime, no matter where they are located across the globe. These tags, which are in the form of 2D data matrix symbols, contain basic identifying information about the item. As spelled out in the U.S. Defense Department’s MIL-STD-130,information contained in the unique item identifier may include the issuing agency code, enterprise ID, part number and serial number. An IUID scanner is used to read the code and... (read more)

Author: Nancy Malone

234. IUID standards have common purpose
November 15, 2013


NATO’s ability to bring together the military forces of its 28 member countries to achieve a common goal is extremely powerful. There are, of course, a number of challenges when it comes to joining many disparate organizations to work together. One area where this becomes apparent is in the sharing of defense equipment. It can be difficult for just one defense department to keep track of all its assets, which may have lifetimes of decades and are spread among worldwide operations. Loaning the equipment to other organizations adds an additional layer of complexity. Defense departments ... (read more)

Author: Nancy Malone

235. Make sure your UID labels pass the test
November 15, 2013


Trust but verify. That well-known phrase typically applies to U.S. foreign affairs. But it could also come to mind among defense contractors who are dealing with requirements for Item Unique Identification (IUID) of products they produce for the military. IUID requires contractors to label each piece of equipment they make for the military with a Unique Identifier, or UID, that facilitates tracking of the item throughout its lifetime. The requirement is met by placing a 2-D Data Matrix symbol on the equipment, which contains the identifying information in a specific format. (ID Integratio... (read more)

Author: Nancy Malone

236. Determining what defense equipment needs a Unique Identifier
November 14, 2013


The first question a defense contractor might ask when it comes to marking equipment produced for the military with a Unique Identifier (UID) is, what items need to be marked? In general, the equipment must be marked if the DoD’s acquisition cost is $5,000 or more for each item. But there are also some cases in which assets costing less than $5,000 must be marked. The product’s buyer will look at the less costly items on a case-by-case basis to determine if they’re mission-essential, controlled inventory items for which life-cycle traceability is essential. Any requirement for UID markin... (read more)

Author: Thomas Henderson

237. RFID Provides Benefits to Numerous Industries
November 14, 2013


Today, there are a wide range of benefits for RFID technology to provide advantages to a large variety of business sectors. For example, imagine the potential benefit of companies using this innovative form of Automated Data Capture in major industry, law enforcement, transportation, among many other uses. This number continues to grow as this technology evolves to become more intelligent, more affordable, and versatile. RFID enables drivers to quickly zip through a toll booth when equipped with a prepaid pass. This works well because one of the primary advantages of RFID, is in the fac... (read more)

Author: Thomas Henderson

238. TegoView streamlines ATA Spec 2000 RFID compliance
November 14, 2013


The Air Transport Association’s Spec 2000 standards call for labeling of aircraft parts so they can be tracked throughout their lifetime. RFID is an increasingly popular method of doing this, as the tags can be read with an automated reader without a direct line of site to the tag. The tags are durable and can withstand a range of environments. In addition, RFID tags are available with different amounts of memory. The high-memory tags in particular are able to contain more information than other types of labels. ATA Spec 2000 contains a number of details that must be followed in using these RF... (read more)

Author: Thomas Henderson

239. Boost your business through government contracts
November 14, 2013


Most businesses would be foolish not to take a look at government contracting as a potential source of revenue. The U.S. federal government spends more than $500 billion per year buying goods and services from outside vendors. Because the government doesn’t produce any products on its own, it turns to the private sector to obtain everything from staplers to multi-million-dollar machinery. One of the first steps for someone interested in doing business with the federal government is to register as a contractor through uscontractorregistration.com. You’ll be required to provide a DUNS numbe... (read more)

Author: Thomas Henderson

240. UID standards delve into all the details
November 14, 2013


Imagine dozens of defense departments trying to determine what military equipment is available to share and where it is located. This is a challenge faced by NATO and its 28 member countries. To address this challenge, NATO has turned to the Unique Identification of Items, or UID, system for labeling and tracking mission-critical equipment. Items are labeled with a 2D Data Matrix symbol that contains a Unique Item Identifier (UII). An automated scanner is used to read the Data Matrix and retrieve an item’s identifier. The UII is entered into a registry, which can contain other critical de... (read more)

Author: Lance Edwards

241. Letter to Beschloss
November 14, 2013


By Frederick Hoehn, copyright 2012. 09/02/12 Dear Mr. Beschloss: You were on TV today, on C-Span2. During the program, a quotation from one of your books was put on the TV screen in which you referred to Khruschev as the AntiChrist. History books are supposed to be non-fiction, Mr. Beschloss, but that statement is fiction. But you might wish to characterize the statement as a metaphor or other figure of speech, however, a better way to characterize it is bad theology and false doctrine that might lead readers astray theologically, and perhaps help to send some to hell... (read more)

Author: Frederick Hoehn

242. A Two State Solution for Palestine?
November 14, 2013


by Frederick Hoehn, copyright 2011. Recently at the United Nations, there was a vote about Palestine. The vote was somewhat favorable toward Palestine, while falling short of statehood for Palestine. There are those who advocate a "two state solution" to the Middle East problems. From what I've read, it seems former President, Jimmy Carter, is one of those. This is rather surprising, since it was my understanding that Carter was a Christian. He may actually be a Christian, but perhaps he has allowed his experience as President to color his views about Israel. (“Don’t lea... (read more)

Author: Frederick Hoehn

243. Open Letter to Congressman Rohrabacher
November 13, 2013


Open Letter to Congressman Rohrabacher by Frederick Hoehn, copyright 2012, all rights reserved 12/29/12 Dear Congressman Rohrabacher: I saw you today on C-SPAN. You were saying that NASA is pushing the envelope and helping us with new technology. You are quite mistaken, Congressman Rohrabacher. I'm a hardware and software Engineer, myself. Some have said the space program and NASA gave us the microprocessor, which led to personal computers. Nonsense. The microprocessor was invented at Intel to meet the need of a Japanese client of Intel that wanted a set of ... (read more)

Author: Frederick Hoehn

244. Bill Nye, Science Guy
November 13, 2013


by Frederick Hoehn, copyright 2012. I saw on the news where Bill Nye, Science Guy has come out against teaching Creationism in our schools. Evidently, Mr. Nye is an Evolutionist. Well, this is the United States, and we have freedom of religion. But those who choose the Theory of Evolution have chosen a false religion. Look up in the sky at night. What keeps all those millions of stars from crashing into each other? There’s a caterpillar that lives in extremely cold parts of the earth where summers are quite short. It eats some food and grows, but the long winter comes... (read more)

Author: Frederick Hoehn

245. Balanced Budget Amendment
November 13, 2013


by Frederick Hoehn, copyright 2012. I'm a patriotic American, and have served on active duty in our armed forces, and honorably discharged. There are things wrong with our nation, but that's no reason to turn against it. Where is a nation any better than ours? Balanced Budget Amendment. Has a nice ring to it, doesn't it? A Senator was talking in favor of that on one of the talk shows. Talk show host Mark Levin said he’s in favor of it. And what would be the purpose of a Balanced Budget Amendment? Well, obviously, to give our nation budgets that are always balanced. Wh... (read more)

Author: Frederick Hoehn

246. Letter to Glenn Beck
November 13, 2013


by Frederick Hoehn, copyright 2011. 05/26/11 Dear Glenn: I was listening to your program this morning, and you spoke of "The Righteousness of the Nations." Nice phrase, Glenn. Almost sounds like it might be right out of the Bible. Righteousness is a good aspiration for anyone to have. And God wanted ancient Israel to have it. You are probably a religious man, or you wouldn't be so much in favor of righteousness. But Glenn, you don't get people to join you in fervor for righteousness, unless they have a foundation for righteousness. But you might say that Ameri... (read more)

Author: Frederick Hoehn

247. U.S. Ambassador Murdered in Libya
November 13, 2013


U.S. Ambassador Murdered in Libya by Frederick Hoehn, copyright 2012. Currently, an important news story is the murdering of the U.S. Ambassador to Libya. He was murdered with three other Americans in Libya. Are we now reaping the benefits of the "Arab Spring?" It's rather looking like the Arab Spring was not such a wonderful thing. How is Libya a better place now than it was under Khadafy? There are those who said change was needed. But not all change is for the better. Sometimes change is for the worse, as when we got the changes that came by electing Barak Obama. ... (read more)

Author: Frederick Hoehn

248. FDA Food Safety Comments, Defending Family Farmers, Blocked: Another Fed Website SNAFU
November 12, 2013


FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Will Fantle, 715-839-7731 FDA Food Safety Rule Webpage Repeatedly Crashes in Advance of Important Public Comment Deadline Individuals and Organizations Unable to Enter Feedback as November 15 Deadline Looms — Cornucopia Requests Extension CORNUCOPIA, WI: Family farm and consumer advocates have been working for weeks to ensure meaningful public comment on the FDA’s proposed food safety rules (http://www.fda.gov/Food/guidanceregulation/FSMA/ucm334114.htm). Now the government website that serves as a portal for the public’s comments on food safety is off... (read more)

Author: Cornucopia Institute

249. Is Conservative Talk Radko Getting the Job Done?
November 12, 2013


by Frederick Hoehn, copyright 2013. Most of the time, when I write, it's about Bible topics such as being an overcomer, or the Baptism with the Holy Ghost, or spiritual warfare against the forces of darkness. I'm not a political animal. My major in college was not Political Science, it was Engineering. Though I had a career in technology, my primary calling now is to be a Priest for the Lord. It is not to set the government straight. And yet, as an American, I would like to do what I can to help my nation go in the right direction. I was born an American. I live h... (read more)

Author: Frederick Hoehn

250. HK Equity Fund Say BoE May Have To Backtrack On Rates
November 12, 2013


HK Equity Fund: Bank of England Governor Mark Carney may have to raise interest rates sooner than expected. According to Hong Kong’s HK Equity Fund, the United Kingdom’s seemingly strengthening economic recovery may force the Governor of the Bank of England, Mark Carney, to begin considering raising interest rates more quickly as unemployment in the country edges closer to a key level he said could warrant such action. Mr Carney told investors in August that unemployment in the UK would need to improve to 7% before the Bank would consider raising rates which have been at an all-time... (read more)

Author: Mark Donovan



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