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pdfHTML, as a powerful tool to easily convert HTML and CSS content into a PDF document.

At the core of stakes, we have extensibility and customization; allow developers to use existing HTML and CSS skills and resources to quickly create PDF documents. We also have the ability to reliably convert HTML content to PDF to comply with federal regulations and international standards; HTML tags and CSS properties, handling Arabic, Indic and other non-Latin scripts, as well as processing of responsive HTML by configuring media queries. In effect, leveraging the full power of the iText 7 platform, pdfHTML helps developers be assured that their content is accurate and secure in PDF. Learn how to easily convert HTML to PDF at http://itextpdf.com/blog/pdfhtml-introduction.

Blockchain-Base Digital Identity Network

At the center of stakes, blockchain and identity authentication to help increase privacy, security and trust.
In effect, IBM and SecureKey Technologies are working together to enable a new digital identity and attribute sharing network based on IBM Blockchain. According to the actors, the network will be designed to make it easier for consumers to verify they are who they say they are, in a privacy-enhanced, security-rich and efficient way. Users will be able to use the network to instantly verify their identity for services such as new bank accounts, driver’s licenses or utilities.

The key factors contributing in the growth of 3D Bioprinting Market

Many analysts bet on the 3D bioprinting market anticipated to witness an impressive growth rate during 2016-2022. Among the crucial factors contributing in the growth of 3D Bioprinting Market, we have rising incidences of life style oriented diseases, massive demand for organ & tissue transplants and improvement in life expectancy rate.

The integration of Internet of Things (IoT) in the aviation sector

Very exciting to see that, the integration of Internet of Things (IoT) in the aviation sector helps in creating smart communication environments, like a smart airport. The use of Internet of Things (IoT) in avionics improves the operational efficiency of airports by enhancing the speed of communications, thereby augmenting the business productivity in any industrial setup.

Infrastructure automation is a critical DevOps-enabling technology

For those who are unfamiliar, Infrastructure automation is a critical DevOps-enabling technology that allows teams to more rapidly access development and test infrastructure, to more quickly and consistently deploy application code into production, and to support ongoing scaling of infrastructure resources to meet the variable needs of code updates and enhancements.

Chef, HashiCorp, Puppet, and SaltStack within DevOps Infrastructure Automation market

I have a pleasure to recall that, Chef's hybrid business model provides a platform for traditional infrastructure automation as well as more modern DevOps capabilities and has a robust open source community. HashiCorp offers a workflow-centric modular approach to product design to manage complexity and support large-scale deployments. Puppet has a declarative programming language and an open source-based platform to help enterprise IT and DevOps teams with common machine-readable language across mainframes. SaltStack uses an event-driven architecture that treats all client-side activity as events, enabling the "Salt Master" to interpret and automate reaction using predefined policies.

Virtual Reality (VR) Headset device uses established components

More and more fashion, Virtual Reality (VR) Headset devices are well-designed system using established components, including 1200×1080 pixel AMOLED for a total resolution of 2160×1200 pixels. These are the main parts of the over 2850 electronic and mechanical components System Plus Consulting has identified in the headset. There are also several MCUs, FPGAs, processors, interface ICs, MEMS sensors, photodiodes, and camera modules.

Microsoft, Intel, Google, AMD, Samsung, Huawei, Archos and Alcatel within the Virtual Reality (VR) market

These global companies think the Virtual Reality (VR) market has enough potential to invest billions of dollars to get ahead of their competitors. In fact, they want good market shares. For those who are unfamiliar, Virtual Reality (VR) can be used in different sectors, including gaming, entertainment, health, automotive, retail and education. It promises an exciting immersive experience.

HTC Corporation, Oculus VR and Sony Playstation lead the Virtual Reality (VR) market

Steadily and surely, the Virtual Reality (VR) market is raising expectations extremely high. Many findings indicate that, the market already worth several billion US dollars per year and growing rapidly, with millions of headsets due to be sold in coming years. According to Research and Markets, three main companies lead this new market: HTC Corporation, Oculus VR (bought by Facebook in 2014 for $2 billion), and Sony Playstation.

Management and analytics of all forms of imagery in a fraction of the time

At the center of stakes: allow Organizations to be no longer limited in image management and analytics functionality by the capacities of their desktops or servers. Esri's Image Analysis bundle (ArcGISImagePlatform.com) allows organizations to scale out desktop capabilities into the enterprise Image Management, Image Analytics, and Ortho Mapping bundles. In effect, Esri, the global player in spatial analytics, introduced four image platform bundles that enable management and analytics of all forms of imagery in a fraction of the time. I can also recall that, Image platform bundles, which are part of Esri's new ArcGIS 10.5 software release, can integrate seamlessly into existing enterprise systems and offer powerful scalability.