2G Robotics has been selected to supply AUV-based laser scanning, stills imaging, and illumination solutions for Hugin autonomous underwater vehicles (AUVs) to be delivered to the Royal Norwegian Navy. The AUV systems will be delivered by Kongsberg Maritime under the agreement with the Norwegian Defence Materiel Agency (NDMA).2G Robotics will supply ULS-500 PRO dynamic underwater laser scanner, SeaShot imager stills camera and the SeaShot LED panel – the illumination package designed for AUV integration.2G Robotics’ dynamic underwater laser scanning solution will be integrated into four Hugin AUV systems and will assist with the detection, classification, and assessment of mines by combining accuracy with real-time data acquisition.
New Delhi : A 10-man India Under-20 football team defeated powerhouses Argentina U-20 2-1 in what Coach Floyd Pinto described as one of the “biggest days for Indian Football” in the U-20 COTIF Cup in Spain.Eight boys who represented the Indian team in the FIFA U-17 World Cup started the day for India with the rest all being from AIFF’s developmental team Indian Arrows, according to the statement issued by AIFF.Goals from Deepak Tangri (fourth minute), and a crisp free-kick from Anwar Ali (68th) along with some determined pressing, defending and astute passing helped India register the upset victory against Argentina U-20 who have won six FIFA U-20 World Cups over the years.For the record, this is the second time the two sides met – the first time being in the 3rd Nehru Cup in Calcutta in 1984 when India lost 0-1.The Argentina U-20 is being coached by 2006 World Cupper Lionel Scaloni while Argentine great Pablo Aimar has also accompanied the team as the Technical Director of the side. IANS
AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MORECoach Doc Rivers a “fan” from way back of Jazz’s Jordan Clarkson “It’s not like I’m the only person on the team scoring goals, we have other good players. But it’s definitely nice to know that I’ve been able to score so many goals in not many games. It feels good.” At most schools, Garay would be closing in on the season scoring record. At Palmdale, he’s not even halfway there. Mike Dibbini, a 1994 graduate who now coaches at Kansas Wesleyan University, holds the Falcons’ record of 44 goals in a season. Garay is being recruited by Dibbini and is using the Dibbini’s record as motivation to keep improving. “That’s a lot,” Garay said of the record. “I don’t even think I’d be able to score that many, but it’s something to aim for. That would be a big accomplishment.” Garay netted 26 goals last season before missing the final weeks of the season for academic reasons. “I think he’s probably the top forward in the Golden League,” said Palmdale first-year coach Jarrod Cline. “He’s definitely in the top two or three, if not the top. He’s really quick, really fast and he’s good on the ball. He’s able to take defenders on.” Garay would likely have even more goals if it wasn’t for another attribute that benefits the team. “He’s not selfish,” Cline said. “He’ll give it up and take the assist, if that’s what’s best.” The Falcons are loaded with scoring options, and the defense does a good job of ensuring Palmdale is often on the offensive. The Falcons, who have eight shutouts, made their second tournament semifinal appearance last week at the Hart of Newhall Tournament, but were eliminated on penalty kicks. The next challenge is league play and earning a postseason berth. “I think were ready for league, definitely,” said Garay, who team opens at Lancaster on Friday. “I think it’s going to be hard, but we’re ready. I think well do better this year. Heather Gripp, (818) 713-3607 [email protected] 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! PALMDALE – Jose Garay set lofty standards for his final season with the Palmdale High boys’ soccer team. His pursuit of the school’s single-season scoring record is just part of his quest to make this a memorable season for the Falcons. With Garay ranking among the region’s hottest scores, Palmdale (11-0-3) is off to one of the area’s best starts just a season after finishing last in the Golden League, ahead of newcomer Knight. Garay, a senior forward, has 19 goals through 14 games for the undefeated Falcons. Garay doesn’t like to take credit for Palmdale’s turnaround, but he is the one opponents are flocking to cover. “I was kind of expecting us to do better this year because of our experience,” he said, noting the team’s 13 seniors.