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AT&T Digital Life, New Home Security And Automation Service Launches In Seven Additional U.S. Markets

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AT&T Digital Life, New Home Security And Automation Service Launches In Seven Additional U.S. Markets AT&T Digital Life ® makes customers’ lives easier by simplifying the management of their home. Digital Life offers security, convenience and peace of mind, in a customizable and easy-to-use experience from smartphones, tablets or PCs.

Beginning Friday, customers in limited markets can receive a live demo and purchase Digital Life in company owned retail stores. Including the new markets launching on Friday, Digital Life has exceeded its goal of 50 markets by the end of 2013, and will be available in 52 markets. With Digital Life, customers can use their existing home broadband provider, and any wireless phone service, and enjoy the security and convenience of a home management system with the flexibility to meet their unique needs. •

Actively Protected & In Control: The foundation of Digital Life is complete home security with 24/7 professional monitoring that allows you to know what is happening at home, or where an event has occurred. Through AT&T-owned and operated, U.S.-based monitoring centers, professionals will respond to emergencies and alert police and fire authorities.

Seamlessly Connected: Digital Life is an all-digital, fully integrated, wireless home management system, giving customers flexibility to manage their home from their smartphone, tablet or PC. Our takeover module lets you easily extend your existing security system and investment. The Digital Life application is available on most web browsers.  Apps are available for iOS, as well as Android, BlackBerry and Windows Phones. To ensure customers’ privacy is protected, Digital Life has a secure log in system each time the app is opened from any Internet-connected device.

Amazingly Simple & Intuitive: A user-friendly application was designed to be as simple as possible, making it easier than ever to manage your home. The Digital Life application gives customers control over cameras, door locks, lights, thermostats, small appliances and more by setting alerts or programs to manage your home. It›s all integrated into one simple system.

Personalized & Flexible: Digital Life provides total flexibility so you can personalize your home to adapt to everyday life – with custom

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notifications and scheduled tasks. Add devices and solutions anytime, as your needs grow, or your lifestyle changes. “AT&T remains committed to making Digital Life available to more customers and providing them with easy, fast and affordable ways to control their home security system, virtually anywhere life takes them,” said Kevin Petersen, president, Digital Life, Inc. “With the launch of these seven new markets, we’re excited that Digital Life has exceeded its goal of 50 markets for 2013.” Digital Life recently achieved the “CSAA Five Diamond Certification,” testifying that 100 percent of Digital Life central station operators have achieved proficiency and certification by passing the CSAA Central Station On-Line Operator Training Course. These courses cover virtually all phases of central station communications with customers, law enforcement, fire and emergency services communications centers. This area of communications is an important link between the residential or business properties and the law enforcement, fire and emergency services in local areas.   In addition, the Digital Life team has invested significant time and resources


to achieve 100 percent quality operator training. Across the industry, there are approximately 2,700 companies or central stations in the United States, which communicate and interact with law enforcement and fire and emergency services agencies. Of this group, fewer than one hundred fifty central stations have achieved the “CSAA Five Diamond Certified” status.

convenience and energy efficiency for an additional$4.99 a month plus equipment. •

Door Package: Allow a pet sitter or repairman into your home remotely with automated door locks, or check to see whether your garage door is open or closed for an additional $4.99 a month plus equipment.

Pricing Customers can choose from two base plans: Simple Security, which is our basic home security package; or Smart Security which includes enhanced security features and the option to add home automation. For a limited time, customers who sign up for AT&T Digital Life will receive $100 instant savings on Digital Life equipment at the time of purchase. *2 year Smart Security agreement required. •

Simple Security: Includes 24/7 home monitoring, 24-hour battery backup, a wireless keypad, keychain remote, recessed sensors and an indoor siren for $29.99 a month plus $149.99 for equipment.

Smart Security: Includes the benefits of Simple Security plus a choice of three of the following features: motion sensor, carbon monoxide sensor, glass break sensor, smoke sensor or takeover kit. Smart Security begins at $39.99 a month plus $249.99 for equipment.

Customers who select Smart Security can add these automation packages: •

Camera Package: View live video from inside and outside of the home for an additional $9.99 a month plus equipment.

Energy Package: Control appliances, lighting and thermostats for

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Water Detection Package: Detect water leaks before damage occurs for an additional $4.99 a month plus equipment.

Water Control Package: Detect leaks and shut off water at the main water source for an additional $9.99 a month plus equipment.


GE Launches Aims To Revolutionize Energy (and More) With Industrial Internet • • •

Partnerships with AT&T, Cisco and Intel expand ecosystem for anytime, virtually anywhere access to machines for improved data flow Platform open to third-party partners and developers in 2014 New data and analytics solutions powered by first-ofits-kind Predix software platform

On October 9th, General Electric announced 14 new Industrial Internet Predictivity technologies that will enable global industries to achieve outcomes such as minimal unplanned downtime, increased productivity, preventive maintenance, lower fuel costs and reduced emissions. GE’s solutions will be powered by Predix, a first-of-its-kind industrial strength platform that provides a standard and secure way to connect machines, industrial big data and people. GE is also expanding its ecosystem to include AT&T, Cisco and Intel, which will boost wired and wireless machine connectivity.

Jeff Immelt, chairman and CEO, GE, said, “Industrial data is not only big, it’s the most critical and complex type of big data. Our greatest challenge and opportunity is to manage and analyze this data in a highly secure way to deliver better outcomes for customers and society. We are developing more predictive solutions and equipping our products with sensors that constantly measure performance so our customers see major productivity gains and minimize no unplanned downtime. Observing, predicting and changing this performance is how the Industrial Internet will help airlines, railroads and power plants operate at peak efficiency.” One example Immelt gave during his presentation is a combination of hardware and software upgrades that boost wind turbine energy output by as much as five percent. This could translate to up to 20 percent more profit per turbine for wind farm operators via a network where data collection and analysis are instantaneous and continuous.

(Credit: GE)

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Each wind turbine has sensors that talk with nearby turbines to gauge wind speed and direction, and then angle the blades of each turbine to maximize the productivity of the wind farm as a whole. Those turbines also communicate with a central control hub that can identify problems and alert engineers that service is needed. The turbine can tell the engineer what parts need replacing or repairs. If the engineer doesn’t know how to make a certain repair, experts at a central command center somewhere else on the globe can talk her through the process step-by-step. All of this is connected to a smart grid that uses or stores the electricity generated, and coordinates transmission and distribution with numerous other producers, all geared towards maximizing the efficiency and productivity across the entire grid. GE now offers customers 24 total Predictivity solutions, including 14 launched today. These solutions deliver asset optimization and operations optimization, providing more flexible solutions to manage machines and entire operations -- helping them run better, consume less fuel, get serviced more efficiently and minimize unplanned downtime. In the last year, customers have seen improved outcomes across the board. For St. Luke’s Medical Center, which is using GE software to manage and analyze patient and equipment data, this means a 51 minute reduction in bed turnaround time and reduced patient wait times. Gol Airlines is using software to better track, analyze and adapt its flight routes and fuel consumption

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and predicts it will see $90 million in savings over the next five years. For the first ten products launched in the last year, revenues are $290 million year-to-date, with orders of $400 million. GE will leverage our high-margin $160 billion services backlog to develop more technologies, grow our dollars of revenue per installed base 3-5 percent annually, and increase software sales by more than 15 percent annually. GE has 14 launch customers for its 14 new technologies. New Predictivity products launched today include: About Predix Industry has entered an era where machine data is growing at twice the rate of any other big data segment. GE has built a new platform – Predix -- that can handle the complex demands associated with processing industrial big data. Applications can be built for any system or machine -- from jet engines to MRI scanners – and be remotely managed while connected to the Industrial Internet. New solutions that leverage the platform can easily integrate with customers’ existing software and data management infrastructure to increase productivity, reduce waste and improve operations. Predix combines on-premise or cloud technologies for distributed computing and analytics, asset management, machine-to-machine communication and mobility.New platform components include Predix Machine, Predix Insight, Predix Asset and Predix Experience. The enhanced


functionality helps make machines more intelligent, provides advanced asset management capability for the unique requirements of industrial assets, and delivers more advanced, portable user experiences for industrial technicians and other users. For more information on Predix, visit www.gesoftware.com/predix. In 2014, GE will also launch the Predix Technology Third-Party Partner/Developer program for solution providers, to integrate state-of-the art Predix platform technologies into their own solutions. Industrial Internet Partnerships As part of GE’s expanding Industrial Internet ecosystem of partners and providers, three new alliances announced today will bolster the Predix platform and enable the new Predictivity solutions to be utilized within global industries. These new partnerships follow GE’s recent collaborations with Amazon Web Services, Accenture, and Pivotal, which served to accelerate the development of the Predix platform. The new collaborations will improve wired and wireless communications between machines, develop a secure industrial strength network for machines connected to the Industrial Internet, and build virtual controls for machines. • AT&T and GE will work together to allow GE machines to connect to the AT&T network and cloud, creating the first highly-secure wireless communications system for GE's Industrial Internet. Workers using the system will have access to remote monitoring, diagnostics and the ability to resolve maintenance issues virtually anywhere in the world. • Cisco and GE will extend their existing business relationship to include collaboration in industries that may include oil and gas, transportation, healthcare, and power generation. Using open standards, this collaboration will help enable intelligent networking of advanced analytics and data between machines. • Intel and GE are collaborating to embed virtualization and cloud-based, standardized interfaces within the GE Predix platform. This will help enable shorter machine software upgrade cycles and an open infrastructure for global communication service providers to connect to GE's industrial machines.

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Ram will be first manufacturer to offer light duty diesel option One of the most anticipated trucks of the 2014 model year is arguably the 2014 Ram 1500 EcoDiesel, because it will be the first light-duty truck to be powered by a diesel engine. Interest in the truck is so high that the manufacturer is already concerned that supply won't meet the growing demand. Consumers are anticipating the release date as the new engine option is expected to provide a 30 percent increase in fuel efficiency. The addition of a diesel engine is undoubtedly the most substantial difference in the 2014 Ram 1500 over previous versions of the light-duty pick-

up. Not only will the engine run on a different fuel source, it will also be one of the few Ram trucks not powered by a Cummins engine. Prior to the announcement of the 2015 Nissan Titan, Cummins engines were found solely under the hood of Ram trucks. However, for the EcoDiesel Ram, the manufacturer decided to pass on the Cummins V-8 diesel engine--which was specifically designed for the Ram 1500 EcoDiesel--and instead opted for an engine with greater fuel efficiency. Simulations were showing that the Cummins diesel engine was capable of 24 mpg, but Ram

parent company, Chrysler, said they would settle for nothing less than 26 mpg. The manufacturer found their answer in a turbocharged 240-horsepower 3.0-liter V-6 diesel engine from VM Motori--an Italian engine manufacturer which deals exclusively with diesel-fueled powertrains. Exact fuel economy ratings have not been released yet, but Chrysler announced that they expect the numbers to be in the high 20s. It's likely that the EcoDiesel will provide class-leading towing power as it has been confirmed that the Ram 1500 EcoDiesel will offer a best-inclass 420 pound-foot of torque.

(Credit: Settler Dodge

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Westport Makes LNG A Viable, Cost-Effective Fuel For The Average Fleet Westport Innovations Inc., the global leader in natural gas engines, today announced a unique on-board storage solution that provides best in class performance for vehicles using liquefied natural gas (LNG). The new Westport™ LNG Tank System, will be available in 120 and 150 gallon capacities, is optimized for spark ignited (SI) engines and begins shipping by mid-2013. The Westport LNG Tank System features proprietary Westport technology and is expected to provide customers with the ability to fuel even the largest SI engines on a single tank and deliver extended range. Among those technologies is the incorporation of a fuel pump in the LNG tank that allows the fuel to be used directly, without warming, making fuel starvation issues a thing of the past.

port LNG Tank System can increase fuel storage times and improve vehicle range by up to 10 percent. Universal system design allows for any original equipment manufacturer (OEM) to integrate. Compared to existing compressed natural gas (CNG) options, a single 150 gallon Westport LNG Tank System takes the place of three standard CNG tanks, lowering fuel storage costs and reducing overall vehicle weight by approximately 600 lbs. Additionally, LNG has shorter refuelling times compared to CNG. Customers receive a two year / 250,000 mile warranty along with access to field service from Westport-trained personnel.

Key characteristics of the new Westport LNG Tank System: Current industry standard systems require two LNG tanks to operate effectively with larger SI engines and require warm (saturated) LNG. The Westport LNG Tank System is optimized for trucks running even the largest SI engines, reducing the overall fuel system costs and weight dramatically with the single-tank option. The 120 gallon or 150 gallon single-tank systems can run for approximately 350 to 450 miles, respectively, on cold (unsaturated) LNG fuel. Those ranges double for dual-tank configurations. Fuel-flexibility with the ability to carry both cold and warm LNG. By carrying fuel as cold LNG, the West-

An advanced driver display that indicates not only the LNG fuel levels, but also status and diagnostic information about the tank and integrated pumps. Fleets with a combination of SI and Westport™ HPDI trucks can now rely on the same LNG refuelling infrastructure due to the system's fuel-flexible capabilities. "Our early production systems tested with the Cummins Westport ISX12 G in a Peterbilt 384 truck have proven to have excellent performance characteristics and superior operating results on a single tank," said Steve Anderson, Westport HD Vice President of Business Development. "We believe this is the only on-board fuel system for LNG-fueled engines that can operate on a single tank using range-extending cold LNG." "Thanks to the flexibility and range of the Westport LNG Tank System, fleet operators can now use the same cold LNG and technology across their fleet in a range of vehicle and engine sizes," said Anderson.

Westport Active System Management features proprietary control algorithms and connects with standard engine controllers to allow fuel delivery to match driving patterns.

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The Electric Current • New Product News ecoSolargy's End-To-End HDPV Solution Reduces PV System Costs Up To 20% Solution provides 4-8% more energy by combining ecoSolargy smart PV modules powered by Ampt, low cost HDPV inverters, racking, cabling and combiner boxes ecoSolargy, a full-service solar solutions provider offering manufacturer-direct prices for high-quality solar products and system components that fit any size project, today announced availability of an end-to-end HDPV solution with the HDPV Alliance, an industry initiative aimed at reducing photovoltaic (PV) system costs while increasing energy production from PV plants. ecoSolargy's newly released HDPV solution reduces costs by up to 20% compared to conventional PV systems. The ecoSolargy HDPV solution has been pre-engineered and pre-designed to take advantage of cost savings. The kit includes PV modules, module-level DC optimizers, an inverter, racking, cabling and combiner boxes in a turnkey, scalable solution that simplifies the design and purchasing process for system owners. ecoSolargy achieves a lower cost structure by designing systems and selecting products that meet HDPV standards, and by kitting the solution for simplicity and efficiency when designing and deploying systems. ecoSolargy's HDPV solution features its "smart" PV modules with a Shoals MultiLink junction box and a DC/DC optimizer powered by Ampt. It includes KACO new energy's "Smart Module" inverter with Ampt Mode™, along with racking, wiring and combiner boxes that have been engineered to reduce the cost of inverters and balance-of-system (BOS) components and labor up to 50% compared to conventional systems. The end-to-end solution increases power generation by capturing the full available power of each solar module over the system lifetime, and by putting in place an optimized inverter and cabling design that are more efficient and lower cost. "ecoSolargy developed this kit with members of the HDPV Alliance to enable its customers easy access to the lowest-cost, highest-performance solution," said Alan

H. Lee, CEO at ecoSolargy. "Since the components are preconfigured to work together the HDPV Kit provides ease of use for project developers, systems integrators and EPCs." "ecoSolargy is forward-thinking and highly focused on the market's demand to lower costs while also achieving the highest performance," said Mark Kanjorski, Chair of the HDPV Alliance. "ecoSolargy is bringing to its customers a first of its kind end-to-end HDPV solution that is uniquely competitive."

New High Output LED Roadway Light from Larson Electronics Replaces 400 Watt HPS Leading supplier of industrial grade lighting equipment Larson Electronics has announced the release of a powerful new LED roadway light designed to provide performance and efficiency rivaling that of standard 400 watt high pressure sodium fixtures. The RWL-LED-40 150 Watt LED Street Light is designed as a direct replacement for cobra head HPS streetlights that offers improved light quality combined with greater efficiency and reliability. The RWLLED-40 150 watt LED street light from Larson Electronics is a powerful new alternative to standard HPS roadway lights that offers greater efficiency and light quality in a rugged cobra head style lamp design. Featuring solid state LED technology and an advanced housing design, this LED street light provides a highly effective

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answer to standard high pressure sodium street lights that can produce returns in cost reductions and improved performance in a short period of time. Unlike HPS lamps which produce the familiar reddish orange colored light output associated with typical parking lot and roadway lighting, this LED street light produces light that is clean and bright white in appearance. This improved light quality means better contrasting and detail rendering as well as more accurate reproduction of colors, giving this unit a distinct performance edge over HPS units. As well as improved light quality, this LED street light offers additional benefits in the form of 13,000 lumen light output and extremely long lamp life. Due to the advanced LED design and high output of this lamps LED assembly, this LED light can effectively illuminate an area comparable in size to that of HPS units while using far less energy. Additionally, unlike HPS lamps which have an average operating life of 25,000 hours, this LED street light carries an operational life rating of 100,000 hours, meaning far fewer lamp replacements, less maintenance, and much greater reli-


The Electric Current • New Product News ability. This fixture is designed to replace cobra head roadway light fixtures and is constructed of die cast aluminum with a heavy duty polyester powder coat finish for resistance to corrosion and a pleasing appearance. The housing is specially constructed with built in heat dissipating fins for added performance and a built in wildlife shield for greater protection. A die cast trigger latch provides easy entry to the internals, and an integral bubble level makes installation faster and easier for linemen. This LED street light represents the next stage in roadway lighting technology and offers improved performance and efficiency that can provide improved cost effectiveness and positive returns on initial investment in a short period of time. The RWL-LED-40 150 is ideal for illuminating parking lots, industrial and military installations, college and high school campuses, and just about anywhere operators are looking to improve the quality and cost effectiveness of their exterior illumination systems. “We have expanded out array of high output LED lighting products to include roadway LED light heads,” said Robert Bresnahan of Larson Electronics LarsonElectronics.com. “This LED cobra head street lamp provides longer lamp life and higher durability when compared to traditional halogen and HID lamps.” Larson Electronics carries an extensive line of LED lights, LED work lights, LED light bars, intrinsically safe LED lights, outdoor LED lights, and explosion proof LED lights. You can view Larson Electronics’ full line of industrial grade lighting by visiting their website at Larsonelectronics.com. Larson Electronics can be reached directly by calling 1-800-369-6671 or 1-214-616-6180 for international inquiries.

OSRAM Sylvania And Lowe’s Debut ULTRA SE LED Lightbulb Family Featuring “Sunset Effects Dimming” In Stores North American lighting leader OSRAM SYLVANIA has joined with Lowe’s to debut the ULTRA SE LED Family of reflector bulbs with sunset effects, incandescent-like dimming available in stores. Available in R20, BR30 and BR40 types,

SYLVANIA ULTRA SE LED bulbs combine energy-efficiency with new technology for the flexibility of customizing mood and ambience in any setting. Now available on Lowes.com and in most Lowe’s locations, ULTRA SE LED bulbs evoke images of the setting sun as lamps dim and offer the benefit of energy-efficiency without sacrificing the design aesthetics of incandescent light sources. The color of the SYLVANIA ULTRA SE LED bulb family changes from bright white to a warm amber, similar to incandescent bulbs, as they dim down to 10 percent of their initial brightness. “Whether entertaining, dining, or relaxing, lighting ambience is key for many consumers. Some hesitate to switch from traditional bulbs because they desire the rich, warm color of dimmed incandescent lights, but at the cost of increasing their energy bills,” said Ellen Sizemore, product portfolio manager LED lamps, OSRAM SYLVANIA. “Our new ULTRA SE LED bulbs allow consumers to create the inviting atmosphere they strive for, with the added benefit of energy savings and long bulb life.” SYLVANIA ULTRA SE LED bulbs have a rated bulb life of 25,000 hours. In a typical residential application, with lights turned on for three hours a day, that 25,000 hours translates to nearly 23 years. These first ULTRA SE LED bulbs are designed for track lighting, wall washing, and recessed downlighting. SYLVANIA ULTRA SE LED bulbs feature no warm-up time, instant-on with full light output and stable color. The products are environmentally preferred since the bulbs are RoHS-compliant and contain no mercury, lead or other hazardous materials. To learn more about ULTRA SE LED bulbs and other LED lighting choices from OSRAM SYLVANIA, please visitwww.sylvania.com, www.lowes.com/ lighting and check out this video.

Larson Electronics Releases New Paint Booth Approved Fluorescent Fixture Industrial lighting specialists Larson

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Electronics have announced the release of a new 2 foot long high output explosion proof fluorescent fixture designed for use in areas where flammable vapors and gases may be encountered. The EPL-24192 Explosion Proof Fluorescent Light Fixture is Class 1 Division 1 approved, paint spray booth approved, and an ideal solution for operators who want high output in a more compact fixture design. The EPL-24-192 explosion proof fluorescent light fixture from Larson Electronics is a two foot long explosion proof fluorescent light featuring a robust 4 lamp configuration and approval for use in the demanding conditions of paint spray booths. This fixture provides high output and excellent light quality through the inclusion of four F24-T5/HO lamps producing a total of 16,000 lumens with a 5000k color temperature. This light is only two feet long, but by utilizing four T5HO lamps Larson Electronics has produced a fixture providing the power of two lamp 4 foot fixtures in a design that can be installed in smaller spaces. The fixture is constructed of copper free aluminum for light weight and high strength, and heavy gauge aluminum reflectors with high gloss finishes provide excellent light distribution. Each fluorescent tube is protected by a heat and impact resistant Pyrex tube cover, and screw on end caps provide easier relamping and more secure sealing than standard knock off end caps. Mounting for this explosion proof light is provided by standard end brackets for mounting to flat surfaces, and optional pendant mounts are available for operators who need more clearance between the fixture and mounting surface. This fixture is multi-voltage capable and can be run with 120 to 277 VAC current. Approvals for this high performance fluorescent fixture include Class 1 Division 1 Groups C and D, Class 1 Division 2, Groups A,B,C, and D, and Class 2 Division 1- 2, Groups E,F,G. This light is also 1598 Marine Type and UL 595 Outdoor Marine lighting approved, meaning it can be used in wet and corrosive marine environments as well. This fixture carries a T6 temperature rating and is an ideal solution for operators who want high power illumination in a shorter fixture that takes up less space without compromising performance. “The EPL-24-192 is the most powerful explosion proof, two foot luminaire on


the market today,” said Rob Bresnahan with LarsonElectronics. com. “For customers needing small, but powerful fluorescent light for space constrained, hazardous areas, this eight lamp, two foot fixture fits will exceed the requirements.” Larson Electronics carries an extensive line of explosion proof lights, intrinsically safe lights, intrinsically safe LED lights, portable work lights and industrial grade LED area lights. You can view Larson Electronics’ entire line of explosion proof lighting by visiting them on the web at Larsonelectronics.com. You can also call 1-800-369-6671 to learn more about all of Larson Electronics’ lighting products or call 1-214-616-6180 for international inquires.

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