Climb on Top of Siemens’ Offshore Wind Turbine!

first_imgSiemens has created an interactive tool on its website, which allows users to get a 360° view of an offshore wind farm along with an additional insight into technological solutions and offshore wind jobs.Once placed on top of an offshore wind turbine, users can start exploring by clicking on certain spots within the 3D surroundings to get more information about the company, blades, in addition to various types of wind turbines and work positions in the industry.Users can learn more about offshore wind via text or a video, and some of the info boxes which take the story to another level by entering a certain field of offshore wind development.Offshore WIND Staff, April 4, 2014last_img

City Foundation weekly winners (November 21st)

first_imgThe winners of this week’s City Foundation draw (November 21st) are as follows:Weekly Rollover £2100.00 – No winner £50 WinnerMichael Bamford (A5173)£20 Winners:Heather Virgin (A9887)Daniel Matchwick (B9610)John Smith (A4619)Denise Fricker (A6160)Michael Bosdet (A3694)All money raised through City Foundation is donated directly to Bristol City Robins Foundation, enabling them to carry out their incredible work in the local community.To become a member and be in with a chance of winning a share of over £45,000 throughout the 2019/20 campaign as well as access to exclusive member events, sign up now for just £2.20 a week!Sign up nowlast_img

Bolt, Fraser-Pryce among four set to be immortalized

first_imgBolt, Fraser-Pryce among four set to be immortalized The Jamaican Ministry of Culture, Gender, Entertainment and Sport has commissioned the production of statues of track and field athletes, in honor of their contribution to the development of Jamaican track and field.Statues will be completed and erected of track and field stars Usain Bolt, Veronica Campbell-Brown, Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce and Asafa Powell over the next two years.The statues are to be mounted at the National Stadium Statue Park in addition to the development of the stadium complex which includes the National Sport Museum.Sport Minister Olivia Grange said the first two statues, the ones of Usain Bolt and Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce, will be completed in time for the Jamaica 55 Independence celebrations next year, and the statues of Veronica Campbell-Brown and Asafa Powell will be completed the following year.Renowned Jamaican artist and sculptor. Basil Watson, who sculpted the statue for international Jamaican track icon Herb McKenley, will sculpt the statues.This Friday, October 14 to Sunday, October 16 will feature numerous celebrations for the Rio heroes. Friday’s activities will open with a reception hosted by Prime Minister Andrew Holness on the lawns of Jamaica House followed by the Rio Sports Gala and Awards Ceremony at the National Indoor Sports Centre on Saturday. The event will be broadcast and streamed live over the Internet.The activities will culminate on Sunday, October 16 with the Jamaica National 5K Run/Walk fundraiser in aid of charities in western Jamaica and is sponsored by the JN Group and supported by the Usain Bolt Foundation.last_img read more