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Swiftwater team rescues boy caught in life-or-death situation

first_img AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREOregon Ducks football players get stuck on Disney ride during Rose Bowl event160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! LAKE BALBOA – A Swiftwater Rescue Team plucked a 12-year-old boy Tuesday from the chilly, choppy waters of a flood-control channel, where he was clinging to a concrete bridge pylon after being swept half a mile downstream. “Had he continued downstream for less than a mile more, he would have hit rough rocks and would not have had a chance,” said Brian Humphrey, spokesman for the Los Angeles Fire Department. The boy, whose name was not immediately released, was taken to Valley Presbyterian Hospital for evaluation. His mother was at his side. “He was clearly cold and wet and shaken,” Humphrey said, but suffered no obvious injuries. It was unclear why the boy was in the channel, whose waters were about 10 feet deep, Humphrey said. “Boys are independent by nature, but we’ve had people of all ages fall into the channels. They are (drawn) by the moving water. When it comes to storm drains and channels, we say: Stay away. Stay alive.” A resident of the 16700 block of Sherman Way called 911 at 6:24 p.m. and reported seeing the boy hanging on to the pylon supporting the bridge along the Bull Creek flood-control channel, about a half-mile from the Los Angeles River. The channel empties into Lake Balboa, Humphrey said. Two helicopters and about 50 firefighters from the West Van Nuys station, including members of the Swiftwater Rescue Team, found him and brought him to safety using a rope, Humphrey said. Due to the heavy rain Tuesday, the special water-rescue team had been deployed in the San Fernando Valley. susan.abram@dailynews.com (818) 713-3664last_img read more

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Kontron: Qseven-Q7AMX8X module with quad core i.MX8X for IoT and industry 4.0

first_img Continue Reading Previous IAR Systems and Secure Thingz launch Embedded Trust and C-TrustNext Rohde & Schwarz presents innovative T&M equipment for embedded systems Kontron announces the new Qseven-Q7AMX8X module, which is characterized by its low power consumption and, thanks to the powerful NXP i.MX8X processor in dual-core and quad-core configuration respectively, it is ideally suited as a basis for networked terminals in industrial applications. The new Qseven module is designed for use in the extended temperature range from -40 to +85°C and is therefore also suitable for use in machines and devices that have to withstand harsh industrial environments. The new Qseven-Q7AMX8X will be available in three standard versions: with the QuadX+, the DualX+ and the DualX processor, up to four Cortex A35 cores, clocked up to 1.2 GHz. An additional Cortex-M4 core can be used for smaller management tasks in the system that previously required a separate controller. The new Qseven module will be on display at embedded world 2019 at Kontron’s booth.The new module in the Qseven form factor with the dimensions 70x70mm offers the possibility to operate two displays. An HDMI and a dual-channel LVDS interface are available for this purpose. The equipment also includes up to three GB LPDDR4 memory, one Gigabit Ethernet port, up to three PCI Express and five USB 2.0 ports as well as one USB 3.0 port. Between 2 and 64GB eMMC 5.0 flash memory serve as mass storage. In addition, the Qseven-Q7AMX8X module has a SDIO card slot and a serial interface. With numerous additional interfaces, the module can be used according to individual requirements, including one I2S, one I2C, one SPI, two MIPI CSI, eight GPIO and one CAN interface. Uboot serves as boot loader, a board support package for Yocto Linux is available.The Qseven-Q7AMX8X module optionally supports the Kontron APPROTECT security solution powered by Wibu-Systems. A security chip from Wibu-Systems, embedded as a fixed part of the system, in combination with a software framework specially developed for this chip, prevents reverse engineering and copying attempts from the user’s own IP address as well as from a third-party software. Kontron APPROTECT Licensing also allows individual application functions, e.g. for demo purposes, to be available only for a time based trial version or based on time base, by counting executions.Share this:TwitterFacebookLinkedInMoreRedditTumblrPinterestWhatsAppSkypePocketTelegram Tags: Boards & Modules last_img read more

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