Avidyne to provide new communications solutions for the higher-end aviation market,” commented Dave Kagan, President and Chief Operating Officer, Globalstar. “With the newest mobile satellite communications network available today, we want to leverage our industry-leading voice capabilities and fastest data speeds to provide innovative communications solutions to a market where until now, reasonably priced hardware and service options were virtually non-existent.”
The FAA-certified antenna will be paired with Globalstar’s STC’d cradle and sold alongside devices like the GSP-1700 mobile satellite phone and Sat-Fi®. The GSP-1700 voice and data package will be sold with the accompanying, STC-certified cradle, SPOT Trace® tracking device, which tracks the plane’s location down to every 2.5 minutes and the 9600 data interface. The Sat-Fi voice and data package will include the antenna and SPOT Trace. Both packages will give pilots and passengers the ability to make and receive calls, update travel times, change flight plans, arrange for services upon landing and simply stay in touch with family, friends and colleagues via voice, text, email, tracking or all of the above. According to Ryan Deck, Avionics Sales Manager for Aircraft Spruce & Specialty Co., “This is the most exciting development in General Aviation Avionics in a very long time.”
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looked at the yearly chart (May 2015 - May 2016) for the Dow and SP 500 and it looks like a giant head and shoulders pattern has been forming. I think we're headed down big time. Paul
A survey of analysts--that is an opinion / a poll (qualitative). Data is quantitative. The russians have released their APR data / still at record 30 year highs. Reuters is pretty honest / not a lot of political bias.
Use common sense, If no OPEC/ Non OPEC has released April data WHAT SURVEY THEY HAVE DONE: In fact same report it says that Saudi has not relesed April Data ...!!!! LOL
If Reuters reports :
Crude production by the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries climbed in April to 32.64 million barrels per day, close to the highest level in recent history, a Reuters survey showed.
The U.S. oil rig count fell for the sixth week last week, which analysts said showed the price of oil had not risen enough to lure shale producers back.
"In a normal economic environment, we will see the price direction is rather upwards than downwards," IEA Executive Director Fatih Birol said on Sunday during a G7 meeting of energy ministers in Japan.
Non-OPEC output is set to mark its biggest decline in around 20 years, Birol said.
Supply in April held steady to slightly lower at about 10.15 million bpd, three industry sources who monitor Saudi output told Reuters.
"Eleven million bpd? No, I don't see it," one source said.
The sources said production would likely stay at 10.2-10.3 million bpd and could rise by some 200,000-300,000 bpd in the hot summer months to around 10.5 million.
Production often rises briefly in summer, when the kingdom burns more than 800,000 bpd to generate power as demand for air-conditioning surges.
State oil giant Saudi Aramco has a stated production capacity of 12 million bpd and maintains 1.5-2.0 million bpd as a cushion in case of any global supply disruption.
But production has never reached 11 million bpd. The kingdom pumped 10.56 million bpd, a record, in June last year. It kept output in March steady at 10.22 million bpd and has yet to disclose figures for April.
Saudi Arabia's economy has suffered over the past 12 months in line with the falling price of oil, with a $98bn budget deficit last year. Its reserves decreased from $746bn in 2014 to $616bn today.
A.2) The War on the Oil Industry helps to thwart fundamentalism: Merkel's CDU marshals Liberal Greens against right-wing fundamentalists
See: (Greens to form coalition with Merkel's conservatives in southern German state, Deutsche Welle, 01.05.2016)
Merkel is able to recoup all the support she has lost due to the refugee uproar by intensifying the War on the Oil Industry. Germany marshaled Muslims who were obviously Aryan to its side during both World Wars as well: In 1898, Kaiser Wilhelm II met the Ottoman Sultan in Syria where he praised the knightly virtues of Saladin. The fair damsels of Damascus, of which the Kaiser knew to have been praised by German Knights during the time of the Crusades, and some of which returned to Germany with the armies, no doubt motivated him to visit Damascus and form an alliance with Islam. Today the government is making provisions for as many as 3,6 million refugees from the wars in Iraq and Syria, that is the place of birth, death, and the Aryan homeland of Saladin. The smartest refugee children will be separated from those with lesser abilities and sent to schools where they can prosper fully; in time they can be expected to preferentially mate with those of like ability in their government engineered milieu, reinforcing their innate genetic traits. The Aryan Sumerians, Aryan Hittites, and their descendants were skilled breeders and the genetic quality of their middle and upper classes has been improving over the millennia. The middle class is well represented in the more than 1,2 million Aryan refugees who have fled to Germany already, and the returns from supporting them in their time of need will be high. Germany has plenty of money with which to make the investments: in contrast to less well managed lands, the budget is in surplus and reserves of capital are immense. From time to time, and on issues unrelated to their fundamentalism, the right-wing fundamentalists will be useful in reducing the power of the left.