International Travel Awards 2021 Middle East & Europe Winners Announced

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International Travel Awards is proud to announce the Middle East and Europe region winners for the year 2021 partnered with Dark Sky Association Portugal

DUBAI, UNITED ARAB EMIRATES, September 25, 2021 / — International Travel Awards is proud to announce the Middle East and Europe region winners for the year 2021 partnered with Dark Sky Association Portugal – First Starlight Tourism Destination in the World, HotelApp – No.1 Guest Service App for Hotels and Resorts, Mr.Resto –restaurant QR Menu app and Travel CEO – Best Travel Agency CRM Software. The Award program is organized and managed by Golden Tree Events Dubai.

All our nominees for the 2021 awards were involved in multiple stages before moving as a Finalists such as First Level Jury Evaluation, Voting Process, Second Level Jury Evaluation, Inspection and Final Jury Evaluation.

There were 3,000+ nominees from 100+ countries across Middle East, Europe, Asia, Americas, Africa & Oceania and Over 50 highly experienced juror involved in selecting the deserving winners.

The nominees were from Tourism Board, Attractions, Theme Parks, Luxury Hotels, 5 Star Hotels, 4 /3 Star / Boutique Hotels, Resorts, Villas, Hotel Apartments, Travel Companies, DMCs, non-profit Organizations & etc

We take this opportunity to thank all our Jury members, Nominees, Partners & Sponsors for their extensive support to make this award program highly successful.

On behalf of International Travel Awards Group, We wish all the Nominees, Winners & Tourism Industry professionals for a successful business in upcoming months.

The Winners in the Middle East region of International Travel Awards 2021 are as below,

Global Village – Best Family Attraction in Middle East 2021
Ferrari World Abu Dhabi – Best Tourist Attraction in Middle East 2021
Warner Bros. World Abu Dhabi – Best Theme Park in Middle East 2021
Sealine Beach, A Murwab Resort – Best Family Beach Resort in Qatar 2021
The Ritz-Carlton, Doha – Best 5 Star Hotel in Qatar 2021
Al Forsan International Sports Resort – Best Sports & Entertainment Destination in Middle East 2021, Best Tourist Attraction in UAE 2021
Maison Privee Holiday Homes Rental LLC – Best Holiday Homes Rental Company in Middle East 2021
Address Beach Resort – Best Beach Resort in the Middle East 2021, Best New Luxury Resort in Middle East 2021
GRAND HYATT DUBAI – Best 5 Star City Hotel in Dubai 2021
Hilton Doha – Best 5 Star Business Hotel in Qatar 2021
Sheraton Jumeriah Beach Resort – Best Scenic Environment Hotel in UAE 2021 , Best Family Beach Resort in Dubai 2021
Yas Waterworld – Best Water Park in Middle East 2021
Deluxe Holiday Homes – Best Luxury Holiday Homes Rental Company in UAE 2021
Mövenpick Grand Al Bustan Dubai – Best Banquet/Wedding Hotel in Dubai 2021
The Avenue, A Murwab Hotel – Best Business Hotel in Qatar 2021
Swissôtel Al Murooj Dubai – Best Family Hotel in UAE 2021, Best City Hotel in Dubai 2021
JANA Travel – Best Luxury Tour Operator in UAE 2021
Qasr Al Watan – Best Tourism Development Project in United Arab Emirates 2021
Al Masaood Travel & Services – Best Travel Management Company in Abu Dhabi 2021
Wyndham Grand Manama – Best Modern Hotel in Middle East 2021
RAVIZ CENTER POINT HOTEL DUBAI – Best 4 Star City Hotel in Dubai 2021
The H Dubai – Best 5 Star Business Hotel in Dubai 2021, Best Wedding Hotel in Dubai 2021
CLYMB Abu Dhabi – Best Indoor Adventure Park in United Arab Emirates 2021
Emirati Women Empowerment Tour – Best Cultural Tour Operator in Dubai 2021
DusitD2 Salwa Doha – Best Family Hotel in Qatar 2021
bnbme holiday homes – Best Holiday Homes Rental company in Dubai 2021

The Winners in the Europe region of International Travel Awards 2021 are as below,

Dark Sky Association – Best Tourism Destination in Europe 2021
Radisson Blu Hotel Yerevan – Best Business Hotel in Armenia 2021
Camperio Collection – Best Hotel Collection Group in Italy 2021
Castle IN LOVE WITH THE WIND – Best Family Attraction in Europe 2021
Dark Sky®️ Alqueva Official Observatory – Best Tourism Attraction in Europe 2021
Azerbaijan Tourism – World's Best Emerging Tourism Destination 2021
Almar Jesolo Resort & Spa – Best Beach Resort in Europe 2021
BOTANIQ Castle of Tura – Best Castle Hotel in Europe 2021
Maison Albar Hotels – L'Imperator – Best Architecture Design Hotel in France 2021, Best Luxury Family Hotel in France 2021
AQUAPOLIS WATERPARK – Best Water Park in Greece 2021
Art Palace of Georgia – Museum of Cultural History – Best Museum in Georgia 2021
7Seas Holidays – Best Travel Agency in United Kingdom 2021
Radisson Collection Paradise Resort & Spa, Sochi – Best Beach Resort in Russia 2021
Helvetia Hotel – Best 5 Star Luxury Hotel in Russia 2021
Il San Corrado di Noto – Best Luxury Hideaway Resort in Italy 2021
Waldorf Astoria Amsterdam – Best 5 Star Luxury Hotel in Netherlands 2021
Quellenhof Luxury Resort Lazise – Best Luxury Spa Resort in Italy 2021
NH Collection Roma Fori Imperiali – Best 5 Star Boutique Hotel in Italy 2021
Mtserlebi Resort – Best Design Hotel in Georgia 2021, Best Boutique Hotel in Georgia 2021
FER HOTEL – Best Luxury Boutique Hotel 2021
CHC GROUP Chnaris Hotel Management – Best Hotel Management Company 2021
Albatros Expeditions – Best Travel Company in Europe 2021, Best Adventure Tour Operator in Europe 2021
AlmaLusa Baixa/Chiado – Best Boutique Hotel in Portugal 2021
Meta Business Hotel – Best Business Hotel in Georgia 2021
Grand Hotel Victoria. – Best 5 Star Luxury Resort in Italy 2021, Best Luxury Lake Resort in Italy 2021
The Pinnacle Athens – Best Luxury Boutique Hotel in Greece 2021
MOULIN ROYALE – Best Luxury Bed & Breakfast Hotel in Europe 2021
IBIS BUDGET LEICESTER – Best City Hotel 2021
Melody Spirit Institute – Best Cultural Tour Company in Greece 2021
Unlimited Travel – Best Tour operator in Albania 2021
Hotel Orca Praia – Best Beach Hotel in Funchal, Portugal 2021

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The Mesothelioma Options Help Center of Ohio Endorses The Steinberg Law Group as the Best Mesothelioma Law Firm

Asbestos was used in the construction world for decades.

Inhaling one fiber of asbestos is enough to cause mesothelioma decades later.

Pipefitters are at a higher risk of exposure to asbestos than most due to the hands-on nature of the job.

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The asbestos industry knowingly poisoned people for decades.

The Mesothelioma Options Help Center of Ohio Endorses The Steinberg Law Group as the Best Mesothelioma Law Firm – Experience/Resources/Results

ASHTABULA, OHIO, USA, September 24, 2021 / — The Mesothelioma Options Help Center of Ohio is dedicated to providing the best possible legal and medical assistance to those stricken with mesothelioma or asbestos-related lung cancer. Anyone wishing to discuss their legal and/or medical options should call (888) 891-2200 to speak directly with an attorney from The Steinberg Law Group.

The Mesothelioma Options Help Center of Ohio has endorsed The Steinberg Law Group because of their vast experience in handling mesothelioma and other asbestos-related cases. With offices in New York, California and Texas, The Steinberg Law Group has a national footprint that helps win the best possible financial compensation for clients.

Typically, asbestos exposure will have occurred sometime between the 1950s and the 1980s. Some of the most prevalent professions that encountered large quantities of asbestos include power plant workers, maritime workers, industrial workers, plumbers, pipefitters, electricians, mechanics, machinists, miners, railroad workers and construction workers, to name a few. Since the latency period for mesothelioma patients is approximately 40 years, most people diagnosed with mesothelioma or asbestos-related lung cancer in 2021 were exposed decades ago.

Although Ohio does not contain any naturally-occurring asbestos deposits, asbestos can still pose a major threat for residents of the state due to its abundant use in the workplace during the twentieth century. As a manufacturing hub of the United States, Ohio was home to many companies whose widespread use of asbestos exposed thousands of Ohioans to asbestos for decades.

Jobsites and locations with known asbestos exposure in Ohio include, but are not limited to, NASA Glenn Research Center, Akron Children’s Hospital, Akron City Hospital, Akron General Hospital, Peoples Hospital, Akron Steel Treating Plant, Akron University, Gorge Powerhouse, Alliance Research Center, Mount Union College, Ashland College, Ashland High School, Ashland University, Ashtabula General Hospital, Ashtabula Powerhouse, Ashtabula Scrap & Reclamation Plant, Great Lakes Engineering Works Shipyard, Athens State Hospital, Ohio State University, Avon Lake Power Plant, Ann Dean Farm, Barberton Citizens Hospital, Barberton High School, Paul Henry Ice Plant, Bedford High School, Hawthorne Valley Club, Beverly Powerhouse, Bluffton College, Bowling Green State University, Broadview Heights Hospital, Tidd Plant, Cardinal Powerhouse, Cambridge State Hospital, Salt Fork State Park, Apple Creek State Hospital, Aultman Hospital, Bell Stone School, Canton South High School, Cloverleaf High School, Dover Library, Dunlap Hospital, New Philadelphia School, Mansfield Hospital, Longcoy Elementary School, Lima State Hospital, Kent State University, Holmes East High School, H. A. Preston School, Reynolds Memorial Hospital, Stark County Jail, St. Thomas Aquinas High School, St. Joseph Hospice, St. Thomas Hospital, Timken Mercy Hospital, Tuscarawas Valley High School, Wooster College, Ross County Medical Center, Butler County Jail, Cincinnati City Hall, Cincinnati Country Club, Cincinnati General Hospital, Crest Hills Junior High School, East Evanston Elementary School, Raymond Walters College,

Known companies with asbestos exposure in Ohio include, but are not limited to, Philip Carey Manufacturing Corporation/Rapid American, North American Refractories Company (NARCO), Republic Powdered Metals, Reardon Company, Dana Corporation, Owens-Corning Fiberglass Corporation, Owens-Illinois, Inc., Scotts Company, Wheeling-Pittsburgh Steel, AK Steel Holding Corporation, LTV Steel, Ohio Cast Products, Stark Ceramics, Electrode Corporation, American Ship Building Company, Coleman Trucking, Inc., Railroad Friction Products Corporation, Republic Services/Allied Waste, Apex Manufacturing, National Cash Register Company (NCR Corporation), Kaiser Aluminum Fabricated Products, H&M Demolition Company, Hoerner-Waldorf Corporation, Laskin/Poplar Oil Company, Mansfield, Honey Creek Contracting Company, Weirton Steel, Kelsey-Hayes Company, Dayton Power and Light Company, Oberle Jordre Company, Monsanto Chemical Company, U. S. Cast Iron Pipe and Laundry Company, A. Shulman Company, Adamson United Company, Aircraft Braking Systems, Akron and Cuyahoga Falls Railroad Company, Akron Brewing Company, Akron Electric Company, Akron Gas Company, Akron Heating and Ventilating Company, Akron Iron Company, Akron Milling Mining and Manufacturing Company, Akron Rubber Reclaiming Company, Akron Steam Heating Company, Akron Tower Supply Company, Akron Water Works Company, Akwell Corporation, Alkali Rubber Company, American Cereal Company, American Hard Rubber Company, American Rubber and Tire Company, Atlantic Foundry Company, B. F. Goodrich Rubber Company, B. F. Goodrich Chemical Company, Brown Graves Company, C. P. Hall Chemical, Carrier Corporation, National Drywall, Inc., Muehlstein Company, Inc., Mohawk Rubber Company, Miller Rubber Company, Meggitt Aircraft Braking Systems, Mcnell Machine & Engineering Company, Mau-Sherwood Supply Company, Marathon Tire and Rubber Company, Mahoning Valley Supply, Inc., M. 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Camp Company, Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company, General Tire & Rubber Company, General Foods Corporation, Firestone Tire & Rubber Company, Diamomd Rubber Company, Diamond Crystal Salt Company, Crouse Clay Products Company, National Rubber Company, Northern Ohio Traction and Light Company, Ohio Edison Company, Parker Drywall, Philadelphia Rubber Works Company, Portage Hotel Company, Portage Machine Company, Portage Straw Board Company, Quaker Oats Company, R C A Rubber Company, Renner Brewing Company, Robinson Brothers Company, Robinson Clay Products Company, Schriber Sheetmetal, Star Rubber Company, Thomas Phillips Company, Wellman Seaver Morgan Company, Werner Company, Western Ohio Railway Company, Whitman and Barnes Manufacturing Company, Whitmore Robinson Company, William Lay Company, Wte Corporation, W. F. Murdock, Alliance Cold Storage and Packing Company, Alliance Gas and Power Company, Alliance Tubular Products, American Steel Casting Foundries Company, Arbuckle Ryan Company, Armour and Company, Babcock & Wilcox Company, Crane Company, Davison Chemical Company, Defense Plant Corporation, Lexington Abrasives, Inc., McDermott Technology, Inc., Morgan Engineering Company, Reeves Brothers Company, Solid Steel Company, Stark Electric Railroad Company, Suburban Light and Power Company, Transue and Williams Steel Forging Company, Ashland Oil & Refining Company, Cleveland Electric Illuminating Company, Faultless Rubber Company, Krebs Calkins Company, Pentair, Inc., U-Brand Corporation, Aetna Rubber Company, American Fork and Hoe Company, Archers Daniels Midland Company, Ashtabula Tele Company, Bechtel Corporation, Bow Socket Company, Bridgeport Brass Company, Cabot Corporation, Cabot Titania Corporation, Cabot Titania, Inc., Detrex Chemical, Diamond Shamrock Corporation, Dupont Chemical, Eldon Cronquist, Inc., Electric Metallurgical Company, Olin Mathieson Chemical Corporation, New Jersey Zinc, National Distillers Corporation, Molded Fiberglass Body Company, Millennium Chemical, Mallory-Sharon Titanium Corporation, Linde Company, Linde Air Products Company, Lake Shore and Michigan Southern Railway Company, Firstenergy Corporation, Pennsylvania Company, R. 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Smith Construction Products, Universal Potteries, Inc., Vanadium Corporation, Wayne Mining Company, Jones & Laughlin Steel Company, Ltv Sheet and Tube, Republic Steel Corporation, Youngstown Sheet and Tube Company, Dover Forge and Iron Company, Hardesty Milling Company, Penn Iron and Coal Company, Reeves Coal Company, Reeves Iron Company, A. K. Property Corporation, A. P. Green Industries, American Electric Power Company, American Forge and Machine Company, American Roll and Foundry Company, Baltimore & Ohio Railroad Company, Bliss Company, Bormot Company, Brand Plastic, Brownflo Sicker & Comb Company, Canton Casting, Canton Die, Canton Drop Forging & Manufacturing Company, Canton Electric Company, Canton Electric Light and Power Company, Canton Forge and Axle Works, Canton Hughes Pump Company, Canton Laundry and Cleaning Company, Canton Light, Heat and Power Company, Canton Malleable Iron Company, Canton Saw Company, Canton Steel Company, Canton Steel Foundry Company, Carnahan Tin Plate and Sheet Company, Carnegie Illinois Steel Corporation, Central Alloy Steel Corporation, Cleveland Axle Manufacturing Company, Columbia Southern Chemical Corporation, Defense Plant Corporation, Diebold Safe and Lock Company, Merchants Heat, Light and Power Company, Medical Center Association, Ltd., Knight Tire and Rubber Company, Jones and Laughlin Steel Company, J. H. Mclain Company, J. C. Penney, J. M. Smucker Company, Hupp Corporation, Hercules Motor Corporation, Hammond Acoustical Company, Goodyear Aircraft Company, General Motors Corporation, Falcon Tin Plate Company, Edward R. Hart Company, East Ohio Gas Company, Ohio Tar & Asphalt, Poor & Company, Reiter Corporation, Republic Stamping and Enameling Company, Rubbermaid, Springfield Manufacturing, Sebring Tire, Stark Rolling Mill Company, Steam Vanadium Corporation, Superior Dairy Company, Timken Corporation, Timken Company, Timken Products, Timken Roller Bearing Company, U. S. Steel Corporation, United Alloy Steel Corporation, United Furnace Company, United Steel Company, Wallace & Tiernan, Inc., Westinghouse, Wilson Rubber Company, Wright Wrench and Forging Company, Wright Wrench Manufacturing Company, Chatfield Manufacturing Company, Elforose Sugar Company, Hess Spring and Axle Company, J. B. Campbell Manufacturing Company, Lunkenheimer Valve Company, Union Distilling Company, Celina Stearic Acid Company, Decatur Industrial, Inc., Mersman Brothers Brandts Company, Somers Corporation, Ohio Valley Electric Corporation, Champion Paper, Chillicothe Paper Company, Chillicothe Tire and Rubber Company, Malone Sewing Machine Company, Mead Corporation, Mead Pulp and Paper Company, Mead Straw Pulp Company, Southern Ohio Insulation Company, A. E. Burkhardt and Company, A. H. Pugh Printing Company, A. P. Green Fire Brick Company of Ohio, Acme Sash & Door Company, Air Nitrates Corporation, Allis-Chalmers Company, Alms and Doepke Dry Goods Company, American Bituminous & Asphalt, American Cook Company, American Diamalt Company, American Oak Leather Company, American Portland Cement Company, Andrew Jergens Company, Andrew Soap Company, Arnold Hoffman Company, Atkins & Pearce Manufacturing Company, Ault & Wiborg Company, Avco Corporation, Aventis Pharmaceuticals, Baldwin Piano Company, Benjamin Hey Company, Berger Brewing Company, Big Four Railway Company, Black Pollak Iron Company, Blymyer Ice Machine Company, Breeding Insulation Company, Inc., Briggs Manufacturing Company, Brighton Corporation, Brown Plastering Company, Bruckmann Brewing Company, Buckeye Bell Foundry Company, Buckeye Cotton Oil Company, Bullock Electric Manufacturing Company, Burger Brewing Company, Carthage Mills, Inc., Central Thomson Houston Company, Central Union Depot and Railway Company, Chas Boldt Company, Chevron Asphalt Company, Christian Moerlein Brewing Company, Cincinnati Abattoir Company, Cincinnati and Columbus Traction Company, Cincinnati and Eastern Electric Railway Company, Cincinnati and Newport Railway Company, Cincinnati and Suburban Bell Telephone Company, Cincinnati Car Company, Cincinnati Chemical Company, Cincinnati Coffin Company, Cincinnati Corrugating Company, Cincinnati Edison Electric Company, Cincinnati Gas and Electric Company, Cincinnati Ice Manufacturing and Cold Storage Company, Cincinnati Industries, Inc., Cincinnati Masonic Temple Company, Cincinnati Milacron, Inc., Cincinnati Milling Machine Company, Cincinnati Rubber Manufacturing Company, Cincinnati Street Railway Company, Cincinnati Terminal Warehouse Company, Cincinnati Traction Company, Cincinnati Union Terminal Company, Clyffside Brewing Company, Coca-Cola Bottling Works Company, Cognis Corporation, Columbia Power Company, Container Corporation of America, Cook Well Strainer Company, Coryville Ice Company, Crane & Breed Casket Company, Crosley Radio Corporation, Crystal Springs Ice Company, D. T. Williams Valve Company, Davis Tailoring Company, Debra-Kuempel Company, Drackett Company, E. Khan’s & Sons Company, EaglePricher Company, Millcreek Distilling Company, Meyer Huschart Packing Company, Maumee Chemical, M. B. Farrin Lumber Company, M. Werk Company, Lodge and Davis Machine Tool Company, Lane and Bodley Company, Kroger Grocery and Baking Company, Kodel Radio Corporation, Keene Corporation, Keebler Biscuit Company, Kaiser Agriculture Chemical Company, Jung Brewing Company, Julian and Kokenge Company, Jones Brothers Electric Company, John Stewart Electric Company, John Shillito Company, J. L. Ballinger, J. H. Day Company, J. B. Schaaf, J. A. Fay and Egan Company, Insulation Contracting & Supply Company, Indiana Michigan Electric Company, Indian Refining Company, Husman Snack Food Company, Huenefeld Company, Hudepohl Brewing Company, Hilton Davis Chemical Company, Herancourt Brewing Company, Herancourt Beverage and Ice Company, Henry P. Thompson Company, Henkel of America, Inc., Harkness and Cowing Company, H. H. Meyer Packing Company, Gulf Oil Company, Goodall Company, Globe Corporation, General Insurance Company, Gardner Board and Carton Company, French Bauer, Inc., Fox Paper Company, Formica Corporation, Fleischmann Company, Fischer Industries, Inc., Ferron Concrete Construction Company, Factory Power Company, F. L. Emmert Company, F. B. Morgan Power Company, Excelsior Laundry Company, Emery Industries, Inc., Electric Auto Light Company, Edwards Building Company, Eastman Kodak Company, Miller, Dubrul and Peters Manufacturing Company, Mobil Chemical, Multi-Color Corporation, National Lead Company, National Life Insurance Company, Norton Machinery Company, Ohio National Life Insurance Company, P. R. Mitchell Company, Patheon Pharmaceuticals, Paul Stewart and Company, Peck-Anderson and Peck Company, Pepsi Cola Bottling Company, Peters Cartridge Company, Plastics Molding Corporation, PMC Specialties, Inc., Pollak Steel Company, Post Publishing Company, Pilot Chemical, Power Building Company, Procter and Gamble Manufacturing Company, Queen City Supply Company, R. B. Brunemann & Sons, Inc., R. E. Kramig & Company, Radio Corporation of America, Rapid Railway Company, Red Top Brewing Company, Rich Ladder and Manufacturing Company, Ridgewood Steel Company, Royal Plastic Manufacturing, Inc., Rubel Baking Company, Sayers and Scovill Company, Schenley Distillers Company, Sears, Roebuck and Company, Signode Corporation, Sport Products, Inc., Standard Silicate Company, Stearns and Foster Company, Steinman and Meyer Furniture Company, Suburban Traction Company, Thomas Emery Sons, Inc., Trailer Company of America, Triumph Manufacturing Company, U.S. Shoe Corporation, Vulcan Copper & Supply Company, W. M. Powell Company, United States Printing Company, Union Central Life Insurance Company, Weir Frog Company, Western Electric Company, Wynn Oil Company and Witt Company.

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2021 UAS Summit & Expo to Host Panel Discussion on Job Opportunities and Research

Produced by UAS Magazine, in collaboration with UND, the UAS Summit is set to feature professionals that will examine new job opportunities & industry research

GRAND FORKS, ND, USA, September 24, 2021 / — The 15th Annual UAS Summit & Expo will host a large panel containing 11 individuals titled, “Accelerate to Industry: A Discussion of Workforce Opportunities and Higher Education in the UAS Sector.” The panel will focus on the latest job opportunities within the industry, as well as research that is currently taking place at the University of North Dakota. The UAS Summit & Expo will be held October 13-14, 2021, and this featured panel will take place from 12:00 pm-2:00 pm on Thursday, October 14th. Students are free to attend the two-hour session.

“Whether it’s in aerospace, engineering, computer science, space studies, the arts and sciences, medicine or law, our university is uniquely equipped to train and educate well-rounded graduates in both highly technical fields and the broader policy issues,” says UND President Andrew Armacost. “UND’s participation in the UAS Summit is our chance to let the world know we are making a difference today as we prepare for the future.” As an institution of higher education, Armacost said UND is ideally positioned to assist government and industry in workforce development.

The panel showcases a variety of skillsets and talents from different facets of the UAS industry. Chris Nelson, Associate Dean of the School of Graduate Studies and moderator of the panel, stated in an interview with UAS Magazine that “these companies are well-positioned at the forefront of this wave of UAS development, and are therefore well-positioned to speak to the future direction of UAS.” The panelists and the organizations represented include:
• Introduction: Andrew Armacost, President, University of North Dakota
• Moderator: Chris Nelson, UND Graduate Studies
• Mark Hagerott, Ph.D, Chancellor, North Dakota University System
• Matt Dunlevy, CEO, SkySkopes
• Nick Zaccardi, Chief Technical Officer, Airtonomy
• Dana Peterson, Chief Strategy Officer, Emerging Prairie
• Frank Matus, Director, ATC and Digital Aviation Solutions – Americas, Thales
• Mark Askelson, Executive Director, UND RIAS
• Nicholas Flom, Executive Director, Northern Plains UAS Test Site
• Dean Gorder, Director, General Atomics
• Michael Billups, Lead Systems Engineer, Northrop Grumman Corporation

With several different organizations being represented, the discussion is aimed toward students with any UAS-related interest, whether it be drone piloting, software development, or government contracting. “This year we wanted to put more emphasis on the large number of job opportunities currently available within the UAS industry,” says John Nelson, vice president of operations, marketing and sales at UAS Magazine and BBI International. “In addition to new job opportunities, the panel will spend time discussing the large amount of new research that is happening and necessary to help develop and expand the UAS industry.”

Dayna Bastian, program coordinator for the UAS Summit, added that, “This panel will showcase the many opportunities within both small and large UAV sectors. Whether you are a student or a long-time industry vet, this panel is a must-see for future and current workforce development capabilities.” In addition to the workforce panel, there will be many educational discussions that will take place at this year’s Summit. Attendees will gain access to two full days of presentations, an industry tour at the University of North Dakota and more than 20 companies exhibiting within the expo hall.

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For commercial manufacturers and operators, UAS Magazine exclusively highlights the most critical developments and cutting-edge technologies for unmanned aerial systems in the civil, agriculture, defense and commercial markets worldwide. UAS Magazine's readership includes executives, directors, managers and operators from companies and organizations focused on expanding their knowledge of unmanned aerial systems. UAS Magazine is an industry hub connecting decision-makers, who are looking for new technologies, with the most innovative companies.

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GOLDI Mobility & Hy-Hybrid Energy Celebrate GOLDiON Project’s First Milestone

We have been working tirelessly on the GOLDiON project over the past two years and very pleased to demonstrate the first outcome today, part will follow later!”

— Dr. Naveed Akhtar, CEO, Hy-Hybrid Energy

GLASGOW, SCOTLAND, UNITED KINGDOM, September 24, 2021 / — On 23rd September, 2021, GOLDI Mobility Kft (GOLDI) organized the demo show of its Zero Emission Buses which were released under the brand name, GOLDiON. The high-level delegates who attended the inaugural ceremony were able to witness the latest capabilities of the following presented models:

 E12: 12 m battery electric bus

 E9: 8.5 m battery electric bus

The GOLDiON project, which started in August 2019, is led by Dr. Naveed Akhtar, CEO, Hy-Hybrid Energy who has been overseeing the entire project. Dr. Akhtar is a known expert in the field of hydrogen & fuel cells and brings over two decades of experience in the field. The project includes four variants of zero emission buses, i.e., 9 m battery electric bus (E9), 12 m battery electric bus (E12), 12 m fuel cell electric bus (H12) & 18 m fuel cell electric bus (H18) and a hydrogen powered drone. This demonstration event was organized to show the part outcome of the GOLDiON project, i.e., the battery electric buses and a hydrogen powered drone, while the fuel cell powered buses are still in the production stage and another demo show is planned for early next year to mark the completion of Phase-1 of the GOLDiON project. Furthermore, an electric charging station which was also the part of the demo show, has been built at the factory to recharge the GOLDiON E9 & E12 models in-house.

The GOLDiON E9 and E12 electric bus models are offered with full EU homologation, 310 km range, 4 years or 300,000 km warranty.

The hydrogen powered drone can fly up to an altitude of 5000 m, which is ~ half the altitude of a commercial aircraft. The system offers ~ 4.5 hours of flight time on a full hydrogen tank. Furthermore, it is equipped with advanced infrared thermal imaging & night vision capability for specific applications such as Military & Defense, Border Control, Surveillance, Night-time operation/poor visibility etc.

Dr. Naveed Akhtar, CEO, Hy-Hybrid Energy says: "We have been working tirelessly on the GOLDiON project over the past two years and very pleased to demonstrate the first outcome today, part will follow later!”

Ferenc Kovacs, CEO, GOLDI Mobility says: “Today, we celebrate the first birthday of our “GOLDiON” brand under which we are pleased to offer both the zero emission buses and hydrogen powered drone systems to the EU & worldwide customers”.

About Hy-Hybrid Energy Limited:

Working with the leading players in the hydrogen and fuel cell sector, Hy-Hybrid Energy provides services in clean energy technologies. Based in Scotland, UK, the team are specialists in all major fuel cell types, renewable energy systems, hydrogen storage and production. Hy-Hybrid Energy is leading the first of its kind in Hungary, the fuel cell bus development project which also includes battery electric buses development. The company is also proud to be the world's first in setting-up a platform (International Hydrogen Aviation Conference, IHAC) which gathers leading experts from the aviation sector, discussing the role of hydrogen in decarbonization, annually. Other ongoing projects include low and high temperature fuel cell systems development for transport, back-up and off-grid applications.

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GOLDI provides manufacturing and repair services for public transportation (trams and buses) since 1981. As an ambitious Hungarian manufacturer, GOLDI plans for local assembly of fuel cell electric drivetrains for buses, including fuel cells, batteries, supercapacitors, electric motors, DC-DC converters and control systems.

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UDA Holdings Berhad Certified for ISO 37001:2016 Anti-Bribery Management Systems by ABAC® Center of Excellence

UDA Holdings Berhad Certified for ISO 37001 ABMS by ABAC® Center of Excellence

Congratulations to UDA Holdings Berhad Certifies for attaining ABAC Certification in ISO 37001:2016 Anti-Bribery Management System (ABMS).

The ABMS certification marks a significant milestone in UDA’s commitment to institutionalise a clean business environment, good governance and ethical culture for the prevention of corruption”

— Sr Mohd. Salem Kailany (UDA’s President/CEO)

KUALA LUMPUR, MALAYSIA, September 24, 2021 / — UDA Holdings Berhad Certified for ISO 37001 ABMS by ABAC® Center of Excellence

UDA Holdings Berhad Group (UDA) has successfully demonstrated compliance with ISO 37001 requirements and attained ABAC® Certification in ISO 37001:2016 Anti-Bribery Management Systems (ABMS) for their Investment Holding, Property Development and Project Management, Property Investment and Management, Facilities Management as well as Resort and Hotel Management, and Development and Management of Golf Course business activities.

Zafar Anjum, CEO of CRI® Group and ABAC®, stated that “ISO 37001 ABMS certification is structured in a way that not only identifies risks and weaknesses within an organisation’s anti-bribery framework, it also outlines measures designed to improve that framework. ABAC® is proud to certify UDA for its commitment to ISO 37001’s anti-bribery and anti-corruption management standards. Zafar said, “By implementing principles and procedures of ISO 37001:2016 ABMS, UDA has demonstrated the highest level of compliance in preventing and detecting bribery and will enjoy improved internal systems and procedures, greater operational efficiency and top-down confidence throughout the organisation”.

In line with UDA’s mission of Enriching Life by Delivering Best-Value Products and Services and the first core value of Do the Right Thing, this new certification sets UDA in the right direction and highlights its complicity in striving for excellence. The ISO 37001:2016 ABMS certification attained by UDA is undeniable proof that the Company’s mission and core values are always in sight of their decisions and that UDA will continue to be one of the key players in Malaysia’s real estate and property sector.

UDA’s President/CEO, Sr Mohd. Salem Kailany, in echoing the importance of putting the mission and core values into practice, emphasised, “The ABMS certification marks a significant milestone in UDA’s commitment to institutionalise clean business environment, good governance and ethical culture for the prevention of corruption, fraud, malpractices and for ensuring compliance with the applicable laws”.

From their humble beginning in 1971 to landmark moments such as winning, FIABCI Award of Distinction for Office Development, UDA has proven time and again that the key to success is consistency and the desire to excel, in which the journey is just as important as the destination.

Formerly known as the Urban Development Authority, UDA was established in 1971 and is a government-linked company (GLC) under the Ministry of Entrepreneur and Cooperative Development (MEDAC) purview. For almost five decades, UDA has remained committed to landscaping, shaping and modernising the major cities of Malaysia.

Today, UDA is one of the most competitive and sustainable organisations in Malaysia with a focus on four core businesses, namely property development (UDA Property), hospitality service provider (UDA AnCasa), asset management /malls (UDA Mall) and facilities management (UDA Dayaurus). UDA continues to fulfil the mission of ‘Enriching life by delivering best-value products and services. For more information, kindly visit

Who is ABAC® Group?

Anti-Bribery Anti-Corruption (ABAC®) Center of Excellence, powered by CRI® Group, is an independent certification body established for Anti-Bribery Management Systems, providing ISO 37001 training and accredited certification. The ABAC® operates through its global network of certified ethics and compliance professionals, qualified auditors, financial and corporate investigators, certified fraud examiners, forensic analysts and accountants. To learn more about ABAC® Certification, visit

ABAC® was created to educate, equip and support the world’s leading business organisations with the latest in best-practice in anti-corruption, compliance, and risk management system processes and procedures, providing a world-class evaluation of corporate compliance solutions to organisations seeking to validate or expand their existing compliance frameworks to maintain a competitive edge in the world marketplace.

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Since 1990, CRI® Group (Corporate Research and Investigations Limited) has safeguarded businesses from fraud and corruption, providing insurance fraud investigations, employee background screening, investigative due diligence, third-party risk management, compliance, and other professional investigative research services.

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Autonomous Weapons Market: Airborne Platform To Rake at 11.9% CAGR During 2021-2030

[291 Pages Research] Autonomous weapons market to reach $30,168.1 Million by 2030, at 10.4% CAGR; Missiles product to grow at 12.5% CAGR.

PORTLAND, ORAGON, UNITED STATES, September 24, 2021 / — According to a recent report published by Allied Market Research, titled, “autonomous weapons market by product, platform, and type: global opportunity analysis and industry forecast, 2021–2030,”

The global autonomous weapons market was valued at $11.56 billion in 2020, and is projected to reach $30.16 billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of 10.4%.

Asia-Pacific dominates the market, in terms of revenue, followed by North America, Europe, and LAMEA. The U.S. dominated the global autonomous weapons market share in North America in 2020, owing to increase in R&D activities, technological developments by big players, rapid adoption of innovative technologies in making reliable, precise, and efficient autonomous weapon systems. North America is expected to grow at a significant rate during the forecast period, owing to rise in adoption of autonomous weapons, along with its huge defense spending and presence of major defense equipment manufacturers such as BAE Systems plc, Northrop Grumman Corporation, and Raytheon Technologies Corporation.

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By product, the market is categorized into missiles, munitions, guided rockets, guided projectiles, hypersonic weapon, and others. The missiles segment accounted for the highest revenue in 2020, owing to high demand for a number of precise, long- and short-range missile systems to safeguard national assets by defense forces throughout the globe.

By type, the autonomous weapons market is bifurcated into semi-autonomous and autonomous. The semi-autonomous segment accounted for the highest revenue in 2020, owing to high demand for semi-autonomous weapons as it encompasses both artificial and human intelligence capabilities.

By platform, the autonomous weapons market is bifurcated into land, airborne, and naval. The airborne segment accounted for the highest revenue in 2020, owing to high efficiency, lethality, and reliability of airborne autonomous weapons in a combat situation.

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Increase in number of autonomous defense vehicles, drones, and robots and increase in investments to develop autonomous weapons throughout the globe are expected to drive the autonomous weapons market during the forecast period. However, serious issues with the fully autonomous weapons are anticipated to hamper growth of the market. Moreover, rise in usage of autonomous weapons globally and rise in defense spending globally are expected to offer lucrative opportunities for the market in future.

COVID-19 Impact Analysis

The COVID-19 impact on the autonomous weapons market is unpredictable and is expected to remain in force till the fourth quarter of 2021.
The COVID-19 outbreak forced governments across the globe to implement strict lockdowns and banned import-export of non-essential items for most of 2020. This led to sudden fall in the availability of important raw materials.
Moreover, nationwide lockdowns forced manufacturing facilities to partially or completely shut their operations.
Adverse impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic have resulted in delays in activities and initiatives regarding development of reliable and innovative defense autonomous weapon systems globally.

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Key Findings Of The Study

By product, the missiles segment is expected to register a significant growth during the forecast period.
By type, the autonomous segment is anticipated to exhibit significant growth in future.
By platform, the airborne segment is projected to lead the global autonomous weapons market, owing to higher CAGR as compared to defense forces segment.
By region, North America is anticipated to register the highest CAGR during the forecast period.

Key players operating in the global Autonomous weapons market include BAE Systems plc, Israel Aerospace Industries Ltd., Kongsberg Gruppen ASA, Lockheed Martin Corporation, MBDA, Northrop Grumman Corporation, Rafael Advanced Defense Systems Ltd., Raytheon Technologies Corporation, Rheinmetall AG, and Thales Group.

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We are in professional corporate relations with various companies and this helps us in digging out market data that helps us generate accurate research data tables and confirms utmost accuracy in our market forecasting. Allied Market Research CEO Pawan Kumar is instrumental in inspiring and encouraging everyone associated with the company to maintain high quality of data and help clients in every way possible to achieve success. Each and every data presented in the reports published by us is extracted through primary interviews with top officials from leading companies of domain concerned. Our secondary data procurement methodology includes deep online and offline research and discussion with knowledgeable professionals and analysts in the industry.

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Helium Market Top Companies Insights, Segmentation & 2027 Forecast Analysis By Stratistics MRC

Helium Market Global Outlook 2021-2027

Helium Market Global Outlook 2021-2027

Stratistics MRC report, Helium Market Outlook (2019-2027) – Global Analysis Application, Key Players, Types, End User and By Geography

MARYLAND, GAITHERSBURG, UNITED STATES, September 23, 2021 / — the Global Helium Market is accounted for $2.56 billion in 2019 and is expected to reach $4.08 billion by 2027 growing at a CAGR of 6.0% during the forecast period. Some of the key factors propelling the market growth are rising demand from the electronics industry, growing healthcare sector, and increasing demand for energy. However, high cost of extraction of helium is the restraining factor for the growth of the market. Some of the key players in Helium Market include Air Products, Taiyo Nippon Sanso, Airgas, Exxon, Renergen, Gulf Cryo, Linde, Iwatani Corporation, NexAir LLC, Badger Midstream, Gazprom, Buzwair, Qatargas Operating Company Limited, RasGas, Air Liquid, Messer Group, Matheson Tri-Gas, Praxair, Iceblick, and PGNiG.

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Helium is the second component on the periodic table, usually found in the form of an unscented gas and has various applications. Helium gas is lighter than air and this property makes it ideal for a variety of applications.

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• Gas
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• Cryogenics
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• Pressurizing and Purging
• Breathing Mixes
• Leak Detection & Gas Chromatography
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• Energy & Power
• Defense
• Healthcare
• Electronics and Semiconductors
• Aerospace and Aircraft
• Welding and Metal Fabrication

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ABS Introduces iApproveIt 1.0

An overview of iApproveIt 1.0

iApproveIt Overview

iApproveIt 1.0, a new free service/application that allows for real-time interactive approval and notification of watched or controlled events.

CONLEY, GA, US, September 23, 2021 / — iApproveIt 1.0, a free service/application that allows for the real-time interactive approval and notification of watched or controlled events via direct communication through an approver's mobile phone or closely monitored chat apps like Microsoft Teams, Slack, RingCentral, WebEx and others.

The insertion of such control was previously cumbersome because it was performed via email which required the email receiver to respond before the process could continue which resulted in delays if the receiver was not currently at their desk to read and respond to the email. Furthermore, the receiver (or approver) could not guarantee that their approval or disapproval of the action was adhered to as emails can be lost, misinterpreted or even ignored. iDeployIt allows for local distributions and complex remote multi-server environment deliveries. Deployment Triggers provide business logic gates to control and configure at every phase of the deployment. iDeployIt integrates with all CM tools and build processes providing version control extraction, software building and post-delivery customization as part of any deployment

Though text messages provide usually faster responses, again the approver has no guarantee that their wishes are adhered to by the requesting user. Also, text-only based responses required that the requestor had the approver's mobile number which is not always the desired case.

With iApproveIt, Real-Time Interactive Notifications can be sent directly to an approver's phone or associated chat channels without having to know the approver's mobile phone number or 3rd party chat application channel link and the approver's wishes are automatically adhered to in real-time thus lowering process approval and real notification from minutes or hours to just seconds.

Approval request can be sent to multiple possible approvers with the final approval result based on those approvers "Majority" vote, "Unanimous" vote, "First responding" vote or "Objection"; Notification can be sent before or after controlled or watched action, all in real-time.

iApproveIt provides a straightforward method to insert real-time approvals in existing or new policy. The users you watch or control do not need to install any software or even sign-up for the service. The approvers can actively provide approvals or denials or just be notified of interested events or user actions.

"After watching for years clients struggle trying to implementing managerial approvals into their process via email with email's inherent 2-hr to 2-day time lag (even before the pandemic), it became clear that a better method was needed. We solved this for a few clients before deciding to turn those efforts into a generally released product that anyone could use from Software Managers needing control of their Developers, HR Directors needing to approve HR processes, to parents needing to approve or notify home PC/laptop use for their children. We are glad to make this service available to vastly improve end-to-end process time for Software Development, DevOps deployments and non-commercial in-home child-safety family processes as well." – Charles Clarke – A Better Solution, Inc.

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Version 1.0 began shipping on September 1, 2021.

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Founded by Charles Clarke, III in 1996, he saw the need for a CM consulting company from his early experiences with Atria. To this end ABS has assembled some of the best software minds in the country to bring the experiences of many minds in many development shops together to aid in the implementation of IBM Rational Software Tools and Process Automation in general. ABS has created many add-on products that are complementary to the Rational Toolset. A Better Solution also provides DevOps consulting on many vendor products, visit for more details.

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Jet In Announces Groundbreaking at Milwaukee Mitchell International Airport

MILWAUKEE, WI, UNITED STATES, September 23, 2021 / — The Milwaukee headquartered fixed-base operator Jet In has announced plans to break ground on its new facility located at 504 E Citation Way at Milwaukee Mitchell International Airport.

An $11 million investment will permit the development of the last greenfield parcel on the airport into the premier facility for general aviation in the state of Wisconsin. The facility will provide a full complement of services and amenities, including heated hangars capable of accommodating the largest general aviation aircraft. A thoughtfully designed terminal will incorporate the latest technology advancements and will cater to every need of passengers and flight crew.

Sustainability was a top priority in the facility's design, incorporating energy-efficient heating and cooling technologies, an all-electric fleet of aircraft towing equipment, and electric crew and courtesy cars. The facility will be fully compliant with the City of Milwaukee's Green Infrastructure Plan.

The Jet In facility will open to the public as a full-service fixed-base operator. It will also serve as the Milwaukee base of operations for its sister company, Jet Out. The infrastructure and staff at the new facility will play a critical role in Jet Out's ambitious plans to scale its successful aircraft co-ownership program. "Services like those provided by Jet In and Jet Out are more essential than ever," said Joseph Crivello, the Chief Executive Officer of Jet In and Jet Out. "As we continue to adjust to a post-pandemic world, general aviation provides solutions for individuals, entrepreneurs, businesses, sporting teams, and other institutions seeking to manage risk and adapt their operations to a new reality. Jet In and Jet Out are proud to meet this need."

Mr. Crivello went on, “We’d like to thank the many strategic partners who have each played an important role in launching this major development project, including Wisconsin Bank & Trust, RODAC Development and Construction and the Milwaukee Mitchell International Airport.”

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Jacob Horne Named Chief Cybersecurity Evangelist at Summit 7

Jacob Horne Named Chief Cybersecurity Evangelist at Summit 7

Jacob Horne Named Chief Cybersecurity Evangelist at Summit 7

Jacob Horne Named Chief Cybersecurity Evangelist at Summit 7 to continue his thought leadership within the Defense Industrial Base (DIB) on CMMC and DFARS.

HUNTSVILLE, AL, UNITED STATES, September 23, 2021 / — Summit 7 Systems, a national leader in Microsoft Government Cloud offerings and cybersecurity for the Defense Industrial Base (DIB), this week announced the appointment of Jacob Horne as Chief Cybersecurity Evangelist.

Over the course of two years, Horne has established himself as one of the thought leaders around cybersecurity regulations and federal contract legislation. In his new role, Horne will continue to be an industry evangelist and educator for over 100,000 DoD Contractors comprising the DIB. These commercial businesses are actively working to comply with existing DFARS 7012 requirements and the forthcoming DFARS 7019, 7020, and 7021 final rulings that will fully integrate Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (CMMC) mandates for future Department of Defense (DoD) acquisitions.

“Jacob’s deep insights into the historical context of CMMC and current state of cybersecurity and compliance standards for the DoD supply chain will be a valuable addition to Summit 7. Internally Jacob will also inform and influence the overall strategies, resources, and solutions we offer to our clients, who entrust us with their CMMC journey” said Summit 7 CEO Scott Edwards.

Horne commented on his transition to Summit 7 and stated, “I've consistently aimed to glean from others and surround myself with some of the most talented individuals in my field. I was attracted to Summit 7 because they have always maintained a level of prowess in the security and compliance community without overselling or overstating their capabilities. There is a lot of noise in this space and Summit 7 has always been a clear signal."

About Jacob Horne
Mr. Horne is a former NSA intelligence analyst and U.S. Navy cryptologic technician, Jacob has over 14 years of experience in offensive and defensive cybersecurity operations. As a civilian he has led Governance, Risk, and Compliance teams at AT&T, Northrop Grumman, and the NIST Manufacturing Extension Partnership. He has developed and taught numerous cybersecurity training programs for organizations including the NSA National Crypotologic School, UCLA, and UC Irvine. Jacob has a master’s degree in cybersecurity risk and strategy from the NYU School of Law and is an MBA candidate at the UC Irvine Paul Merage School of Business.

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