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WAYNE, NJ (May 8, 2017) – JVC Professional Video, a division of JVCKENWOOD USA Corporation, today announced its new PB-CELL200 ProHD Portable Bridge, a bonded LTE hotspot for streaming video from multiple ProHD, 4KCAM, and JVC PTZ streaming camera models, won three Best of Show Awards presented by NewBay’s TV Technology, Digital Video, and Government Video at last month’s 2017 NAB Show.... Read More
Housed in 5 mm x 5 mm QFN-32 package, CP2615 Digital Audio Bridge is designed with USB 2.0 controller, USB transceiver, on-chip oscillator, I2S audio interface, I2C control interface and embedded flash memory. Simplifying USB-to-I2S connectivity, unit is suitable for USB dongles.Read More
WAYNE, NJ (April 20, 2017) – JVC Professional Video, a division of JVCKENWOOD USA Corporation, will showcase its end-to-end live production workflow, as well as a number of product enhancements and technology demonstrations, at the 2017 NAB Show (Booth C4315), which runs April 24-27 in Las Vegas, Nev.
With the ProHD Mobile Bridge and the new ProHD Portable Bridge, JVC has created... Read More
Allowing live streaming from multiple cameras to HD-SDI decoders or servers, PB-CELL200 ProHD Bridge receives signal through Wi-Fi camera transceiver. Used as a high-speed hotspot, unit allows user to connect mobile devices to the internet or enterprise LAN with secure VPN. Designed with dual cellular modems and redundant SIM slots, product supports up to four different cellular providers.Read More
Supporting up to 400 m of reliable wireless communication, Anybus® Wireless Bridge™ II can be used as access point for smartphones or tablets within range. Featuring two M12 connectors for power and network connectivity, unit can be configured using push button or through integrated web interface. Unit can communicate through Bluetooth or WLAN and is used in hard-to-reach or hazardous... Read More
DAYTON, Ohio - The National Park Service got barely a decade of use out of the wood bridge deck installed on Hillside Pedestrian Bridge in Ohio’s Cuyahoga Valley National Park before rotting timbers and corroding steel forced the federal agency to close the structure and look for a longer lasting solution. The Federal Highway Administration specified FRP material in design plans for the new... Read More
DAYTON, Ohio –Â When corrosion of the existing steel bridge deck grating supporting Ottawa, Canada’s historic Minto Bridges East and Center closed the spans to vehicular traffic, designers began looking for a durable, low-maintenance replacement. The truss bridges, built between 1900 and 1902, also needed a lightweight solution. Research led city engineers to choose a fiber reinforced... Read More
Power Engineering and Powerstrut's Heavy Duty Grip Strut Bridge Walkways Transform Unsafe Inspection Walkways into Sturdy CatwalksJan 12, 2016
Shrewsbury, MA - Power Engineering and Cooper B-Line are delivering its promise to supply inspectors a safer and more efficient approach to inspecting any bridge's underside. At hundreds of feet above rivers and lakes, these rickety walkways create a potentially dangerous situation not to mention an uneasy experience for inspection workers. Heavy Duty Grip Strut Bridge Walkways will solve... Read More
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DAYTON, Ohio – A “Sidewalk Closed” sign used to hang on the Niagara County, New York Wilson-Burt Bridge. The girder structure carries motor traffic and pedestrians across Eighteen Mile Creek. At the end of November, the county unveiled the bridge’s new 5 1/2 ft. wide, 442 ft. long FiberSPAN cantilever sidewalk as part of a full bridge rehabilitation project valued at $4.2 million. With... Read More
Offering facilitated installation onto existing structures, FRP corrosion-resistant and zero-maintenance cantilever sidewalk system consists of stringers, deck, and railing and weighs as little as 13 psf. FiberSPAN deck panels weigh 4–9 psf, and connection options include supports at piers for minimized superstructure or gussets that act as floor beams at diaphragms or trusses. Railing attaches... Read More
FiberSPAN pedestrian bridge deck and rail platform products are available with Matacryl system, which combines quartz aggregate inÂ methyl methacrylate polymer for increased durability andÂ reduced roughness. Suitable for areas experiencing heavy use, Matacryl has Â¼ in. wear surface that is UL tested for fire resistance. Product weighsÂ 2 lb/ftÂ² andÂ exhibits elongation >100%... Read More
DAYTON, Ohio — In 2012 flooding and erosion prompted Ohio’s Beavercreek Township to close a bridge crossing that connects Rotary Park, Phillips Park and the Beavercreek Wetlands Nature Preserve. Green County park employees had pieced together the original bridge from used county highway bridge materials. The Township wanted something different and found they didn’t have to look further than... Read More
Seattle – Spider, a division of SafeWorks, LLC, recently provided the suspended scaffolding solution for maintenance on a wooden suspension bridge that spans the south fork of the American River in Placerville, California. The seventy-five year old Mosquito Bridge is just 9 feet wide and 140 feet long, but it is crossed by about 1,300 vehicles daily. The El Dorado County Transportation Bridge... Read More
DAYTON, Ohio – Though miles apart, bridge owners in Springfield, Oregon and Hayward, California had the same idea; to replace traditional wood on aging structures with Composite Advantage's FiberSPAN Fiber Reinforced Polymer bridge decking. "Both bridge owners were looking for a product with a longer life cycle," says Scott Reeve, president of Composite Advantage. "The two bridges had... Read More
FiberSPAN Bridge Product a Zero Maintenance Choice for Mason Ohio Apartment Community Walking TrailsMar 03, 2015
DAYTON, Ohio -- When Columbus, Ohio-based Schottenstein Real Estate Group launched plans to develop a high-end apartment complex in Mason, Ohio it chose FiberSPAN as part of its design for a network of walking trails. The Composite Advantage Fiber Reinforced Polymer bridge gave Schottenstein a zero maintenance solution with aesthetic appeal. “The developer needed an attractive structure that... Read More
DAYTON, OhioÂ – Pennyslvania’s Broad Top Township chose Composite Advantage’s FiberSPAN Fiber Reinforced Polymer bridge deck product to repurpose an abandoned trestle bridge. The bridge is a key component of a 4-mile span of public trail connecting Hopewell and Tatesville, counties that intersect with two public parks. The project is part of the Rails-To-Trail Conservancy effort to revive... Read More
An ongoing challenge in the USA is that our transportation infrastructure is aging, as attested to by the increasing traffic and the resulting load limits being placed on bridges. In the present technological world, bridge monitoring does not have to rely on periodic human inspections, but could rely instead on electronically monitoring a bridge's health, so it can be maintained and repaired well... Read More
Pennsylvana Companies Design, Pultrude and Fabricate a Fiberglass Bridge for the Mid State Trail AssociationFeb 03, 2014
Loysburg, PA — A triad of veteran companies skilled in the design, manufacturing and fabrication of fiberglass bridge structures recently supplied an 85' long, 4' wide pedestrian bridge to the Mid State Trail Association. The bridge replaced a wooden swinging bridge that had been removed from service due to severe deterioration. The new fiberglass bridge spans Yellow Creek near Loysburg, PA,... Read More