James Fisher AIS and SRO Solutions launch new digital partnership for maritime and offshore sectors

A new digital partnership is being announced which aims to create one of the most innovative and advanced asset management systems in the maritime and offshore sectors.

The collaboration is being launched by James Fisher Asset Information Services (AIS) and Manchester-based tech company SRO Solutions which represents tech giant IBM’s Maximo software in the marine industry. For the first time it will see four proven technologies offered as one package supported by experienced marine and offshore teams from AIS and SRO Solutions fusing their combined expertise. The four technologies (see notes to editors) are IBM’s Maximo asset management software and SRO’s Data Replication Solution together with AIS’s digital twin platform R2S, and Mimic Condition Monitoring (CM).

SRO Solutions founder Tony Lackey, a trained marine engineer, said the new partnership is a hugely exciting moment for the sector as it will drive massive digital innovation in the efficient management of thousands

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The Photography of James O. Mitchell | SHOH Gallery

We are so honored to be able to share this wonderful and timeless collection of James O. Mitchell’s vintage photographs with you all. While we will not be able to have our usual lively reception, we invite you in to experience these powerful and beautiful images in person Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays between noon and 5pm. We are also happy to open by appointment should a different time be necessary.

James Mitchell’s photography is, at it’s nucleus, a loving study of, not only the human form, but the beautiful and difficult dance that is human interaction, both with one another and the world itself.
It is only fitting that one story early in his career involves the young photographer asking a dance studio in New York if he could shoot the dancers in action. He was given permission but only if he himself took dance lessons. He did and in

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How Kane Communications Group’s James Burnett finds peace during WFH

Where is your home office these days?

Whenever the weather  permits an al fresco experience, James Burnett, director of public relations for Kane Communications Group,  enjoys working in his quiet backyard.

Burnett shared with us for our Day in the Life series on facing the challenges of the COVID-19 crisis, staying connected to work colleagues and more.

Here’s what he had to say:

1. How much coffee do you drink during a day?

Burnett: Depends on whether I’m on an intermittent fasting cycle. If so, no coffee. If not, 2-3 cups.


2. Who is the most important person you talk to every day?

Burnett: Myself.

3. How much of your day is spent on Zoom calls?

Burnett: In the age of COVID-19, 2-4 hours.

4. What’s a tool you couldn’t live without right now?

Burnett: My iPhone.

5. What’s been the biggest change you’ve faced since the pandemic started?


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Boldon James & Deep Secure form technology alliance for data security | Security News

In pursuit of providing a safe and secure environment in the workplace

All public properties are faced with a diverse and complicated set of safety and security risks, from health and safety to violence, terrorism, natural disasters, fires, political and environmental. Reducing safety and security risks requires the hands-on support of all operating teams, not just the security team, each playing their part in the pursuit of providing a safe and secure environment for all customers and staff.
The challenge is twofold, one many still rely on antiquated logbooks, checklists, and manuals to manage the broad spectrum of safety and security risks. And two, the resources we rely on to complete the tasks necessary to improve safety are generally junior, inexperienced, and not particularly loyal to the business. Continuing to rely on these outdated and complicated management practices is risky and could be very costly. It leaves organisations exposed to

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James Martin McAvoy Jr., 30 – Obituaries – capecodtimes.com

CENTERVILLE – James Martin McAvoy Jr. (Jamie or Jimmy) 30 years old of Centerville MA passed away suddenly on Sunday August 23, 2020. He was born and raised in Dorchester, MA as the oldest of three, and is survived by his loving mother Mary Ann Fisher and his father James Martin McAvoy Sr. as well as his adoring sisters Lillian Rose and Dorothy Rose. He is also survived by many cousins, aunts and uncles. James was a very talented auto mechanic who also excelled in electronics and engineering.

He graduated high school early in 2008 and went onto college to pursue a degree in computer sciences and psychology. He was passionate about working toward opening his own business in auto repair. He was an excellent male role model and father figure to his younger sisters Lillian and Dorothy

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