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Fortis Solutions Group, a combination of the legacy Labels Unlimited and A&M Label brands, is growing its business with four HP Indigo WS6X00 series Digital Presses, strategically positioned in its Virginia and Michigan facilities. Fortis Solutions Group installed its first HP Indigo 4050 Digital Press in 2004 and has grown its investment with HP over time to provide customers a wider breadth of high-value applications, including pressure sensitive labels, extended booklet printing, variable data, multi-ply coupons and flexible packaging.
The French Cooper Federation commissioned studies from the National Institute of Geographic and Forest Information (IGN) and the National Forests Office (ONF) into the current status of the merrain oak resource and its future perspectives.
Vancouver, BC — June 2, 2015 — Dr. John Husnik, CEO of Renaissance Yeast Inc., will be presenting in an Industry Seminar at the 66th American Society for Enology and Viticulture (ASEV) national conference in Portland, Oregon June 15-18.
San Francisco, Calif. – June 1, 2015 -­? InnoVint, a new winery software company in the San Francisco Bay Area, announces the release of their real-­?time wine production software that tracks every operation from grape to bottle. The cloud-­?based system is the first of its kind to utilize mobile devices for data entry and work orders.
Benicia, CA, May 29, 2015 – For the second time this year, a ten-person team of volunteers from Cork Supply USA, Inc. (CSU) provided enthusiastic, hands-on support to Solano-Napa Habitat for Humanity, helping to complete the exterior phase of two homes in Fairfield, California. In January, an eight-member Cork Supply USA volunteer group worked at the same build site, assisting with an earlier construction stage.
Brassneck Brewery opened on October 2nd 2013 and is a neighborhood brewery servicing Mount Pleasant and the surrounding area that includes a tasting room and growler shop.
According to Alfa Laval, its FrontLine gasketed plate heat exchangers offer a sanitary and efficient system for heating and cooling. The units’ unique distribution area ensures uniform flow over the entire plate surface and a “herringbone” plate pattern provides “optimized” pressing depths. The exchanger can operate at high pressures and is easy to disassemble for cleaning or service. 
Cool Planet, a self-described “green technology company,” released its new CoolTerra product that is similar to biochar and which the supplier claims improves soil water retention, aeration and “immobilizes” toxins such as salt, lead aluminum and cadmium by “locking them away from the productive soil.” Cool Planet reports the product enables growers to increase yields up to 60% while using less water with fewer inputs. The material is available in bulk in cubic yard totes.
Emmeti developed its new case packer “The Eagle,” with feedback from smaller wineries, distilleries and breweries. The unit can automatically adjust for different bottle sizes and can load one to ten cases at a time and insert partitions after bottle placement. The system is designed to eliminate any contact between bottles and guides to prevent label damage and the unit will halt if it detects a fallen bottle or if a case is missing or not properly positioned.
The 855 Titration Analyzer System by Metrohm employs potentiometric titration analysis and can be controlled with tiamo computer software or a color, touch screen interface. The unit also features an integrated auto-sampler and occupies less than two linear feet of bench space. The 855 is available with multi-row configurations to provide for higher sample counts or lower analysis volumes. 
Shelton, Connecticut May 27, 2015 – SecureRF, a leading provider of security solutions for the Internet of Things, will be participating in next month’s Sensors Expo & Conference in Long Beach, CA, June 9-11, 2015. The company will be demonstrating its Public Key security solutions that provide the fastest, most power efficient identification, authentication, and encryption security for both wired and wireless sensors. The security solutions can be licensed for use within existing hardware or software platforms. Alternatively, for companies seeking a complete solution, SecureRF offers it’s LIME Tag NFC and UHF sensor tags with onboard security. Featuring the Algebraic Eraser, the world’s only linear-in-time algorithm, SecureRF’s security solutions significantly shorten run-time and dramatically reduce the amount of energy required to provide public key security – extending the longevity of tags and sensors. In fact, when benchmarked against Elliptic Curve Cryptography (ECC) across multiple platforms, the Algebraic Eraser proved to use up to 98% less energy while at the same time delivering a 40x increase in processing speed. Additionally, the identification and authentication of any sensor can be completed without a network connection – thus eliminating performance issues that could arise due to poor reception or lack of IT infrastructure. “SecureRF is excited to have the opportunity to demonstrate how quickly and easily our solutions can secure sensors in the internet of things,” said SecureRF CEO Louis Parks. “Our Public Key technology presents a unique security solution for any company currently using FPGAs, ASICs and other low power platforms to provide authentication and security.”
Precision farming equipment supplier Semios released a frost module that alerts growers to frost conditions as well as tracks the outcome of any frost damage mitigation measures. Using site-specific sensors, the frost module monitors temperature inversions every 10 minutes and provides “wet bulb” and sprinkler thresholds based on stage of bud development. Frost alerts can be sent by text or email. "The Semios frost module, takes the guess work out of frost protection on a per acre basis," said Michael Gilbert, CEO of Semios. "It alerts farmers when there is cause for concern and tracks the outcome of frost mitigation tools in action, so the farmer can respond accordingly or get a good night’s sleep." 
Vintuitive Winemaking Tools, formerly Vinnovation LLC., announced a new attachment for its LOTUS pumpover irrigator designed to work with square fermentation tanks. The new equipment works with the LOTUS to evenly distribute juice and fermenting wine over the cap in a square tank without overshooting the edges or missing corners.
Petaluma, California, May 26, 2015 – Team Scott Labs completed their second annual Tour de Cure fundraising ride on Sunday, May 3. With 96 riders, the team raised an impressive $63,500 toward diabetes research and funding. This topped last year’s fundraising amount by almost $7,000. The team plans on making this an annual community event. The team’s large fundraising total was made possible in part by the generous support of several sponsors, including: Napa Barrel Care, TricorBraun Winepak, Oztera, C-line Trucking, ICAS, Relvas, Velo Acciai and Heritage Systems.
Austrian Riedel Crystal has unveiled a stemmed glass designed specifically to emphasise the attributes of Central Otago Pinot Noir.
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