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Eurovision Turin 2022, an Opportunity to Communicate Tourism in Piedmont

Turin and Piedmont are ready for the Eurovision Song Contest, one of the most important international songwriting one competitions globally.

Turin and Piedmont are ready for the Eurovision Song Contest, one of the most important international songwriting one competitions globally, representing countries from all over the Euro-Mediterranean region.

TURIN, Italy, May 05, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Turin and Piedmont are ready for the Eurovision Song Contest, one of the most important international songwriting competitions globally, representing countries from all over the Euro-Mediterranean region. From May 10 to 14, international artists, journalists, and tourists are expected. An opportunity to turn the spotlight on the touristic, cultural, and food & wine excellence of Turin and the northern-Italian region of Piedmont. The capital Turin is a city of art on the Po River, with a dynamic cultural scene with over 50 museums, including the Egyptian Museum, the MAUTO-National Automobile Museum, and the Royal Museums, the MAO-Museum of Oriental Art and the GAM-Gallery of Modern and Contemporary Art. Turin is home to the Royal Residences of the House of Savoy UNESCO, and also hosts internationally renowned festivals,: Club2Club, an innovative electronic music event, the KappaFuturFestival and the Torino Jazz Festival, along with the Torino Film Festival, in a city that has made the history of cinema: a record celebrated at the Mole Antonelliana, a symbol of the city, today seat of the National Museum of Cinema.

The city of vermouth, homemade ice creams, gianduiotti and breadsticks, Turin’s culinary tradition is for true connoisseurs, with Michelin-starred restaurants and the typical trattorias. The nightlife is just as lively with many wine bars and DJ sets. But the list of the cities of art and culture of Piedmont is long: Alessandria, with its Baroque buildings, scenic squares, streets, and stores; Asti, with the Palio, the famous medieval commemoration held every year in September, the artistic heritage ranging from Romanesque to Baroque, in the heart of the Vineyard Landscape of Langhe Roero and Monferrato UNESCO; Alba, a Creative City for Gastronomy UNESCO and capital of the famous white truffle; Biella, the “Italian Manchester,” among the UNESCO Creative Cities for “Crafts & Folk Art”; Cuneo, known for its seventeenth-century Cathedral of Santa Maria del Bosco, the Church of Santa Chiara, Palazzo Audifreddi, the church of St. Ambrose; Novara, surrounded by plains and rice fields, with a medieval midtown, and the soaring brick dome of the Basilica of San Gaudenzio, the highest in Europe. Verbania, “a garden on the lake”, with the Borromean Islands and the Botanical Gardens of Villa Taranto – 1,000 plants and 20,000 varieties and species of interest; Vercelli, a stop for pilgrims on their way from Canterbury to Rome and an important junction of the Via Francigena, as well as the European capital of rice and an economic-social laboratory.
Discover more at visitpiemonte.com

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LaPresse SpA Communication and Press Office Director
Barbara Sanicola – barbara.sanicola@lapresse.it

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G3 Global Awarded RM118 Million Contract to Drive Digital Transformation of KLIA and klia2

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The Group will work together with SenseTime to implement an Airport Security and Safety System to enhance overall airport safety management KUALA LUMPUR, May 5, 2022 – (ACN Newswire) – Artificial Intelligence (AI) specialist G3 Global Berhad has secured the Group’s largest contract since restructuring the business with an RM118.38 million agreement to design and develop the Airport Integrated Security and Safety System (AIS3) for Malaysia’s two busiest airports – Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) and klia2 – in collaboration with SenseTime, a leading AI software company listed on the M… Read More »

Operator of World’s Largest Construction Ship Renews Deal with Peplink

VILNIUS, Lithuania, May 05, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Peplink – a company that makes connectivity reliable, and Frontier BV – a business IT specialist and a key Peplink European distributor, will be upgrading Allseas’ fleet of construction vessels, including the Pioneering Spirit.

Everyday, Peplink technologies ensure reliable network connectivity in thousands of enterprises in retail, industrial, public safety, healthcare and government organizations. Peplink’s industry leading product portfolio of 5G routers and management software are typically deployed in workplaces, shops, vehicles, yachts, large vessels, drones, and IoT systems.

FrontierBV is a connectivity expert in the maritime sector from the Netherlands. One of Frontier BV’s very first deployments was to design an unbreakable network solution for the Pioneering Spirit, Allseas’ flagship and the world’s largest construction ship with a crew of 600. FrontierBV used Peplink LTE routers and its SpeedFusion Hot Failover technology to combine LTE, VSAT, Iridium and WiFi to ensure the ship stayed online constantly at any location. Throughout all these years, Allseas remained very satisfied.

Now, Allseas has tasked Frontier BV to upgrade the ship – along with the rest of Allseas’ fleet. With the recent advances Peplink made, Frontier BV has a lot more to offer. These include a whole range of high-performance 5G routers, such as the Dome series, routers with integrated high power antennas for outdoor and maritime deployments, and the MBX series, high-performance wireless SD-WAN routers capable of combining multiple LTE/5G connections to maximize bandwidth. These are further supported by SpeedFusion Cloud and FusionSIM technologies, which make it easier than ever to deploy and manage Peplink devices anywhere. Ultimately, these Peplink equipment will be deployed in Allseas’ fleet to incorporate new technologies, such as 5G, satellite, beam, to make the ship’s network faster and more reliable.

Richard Koenders, Managing Director of Frontier BV said, “True to its namesake, trusting Peplink on its critical network needs was a pioneering move back in 2014. Peplink’s solution worked flawlessly throughout the years and this trust proved to be well placed. The renewal of this deal is the ultimate proof. Now that Peplink has grown much bigger, we are in a position to offer an even better solution.”

Keith Chau, General Manager of Peplink said, “Businesses all over the world are accelerating the adoption of mobile connectivity because of its many advantages over fixed networks. While Peplink focuses on developing great products and technologies in this space, there are plenty of opportunities for committed partners such as FrontierBV to offer our highly differentiated solutions and build lasting customer relationships. Upgrading the Pioneering Spirit is a great case in point. We invite potential partners to join us to bring unbreakable connectivity everywhere.”

About Peplink and FrontierBV

Contact:
Cassy Mak
Marketing Manager
marketing@peplink.com

EW Healthcare Partners Announces the Acquisition of a Majority Stake in Grundium OY

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LONDON, May 05, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — EW Healthcare Partners (“EW”) has acquired a majority stake in Grundium Oy (“Grundium”), a leader in advanced imaging technology based in Finland. The founders and management of Grundium will retain a significant minority stake in the company and remain in leadership positions. The founders will work closely with EW in continuing to drive revenue and EBITDA growth.

Founded in 2015, Grundium produces revolutionary high-precision smart, connected and portable digital microscope scanners used in diagnostic pathology, serving a variety of end users ranging from animal and human healthcare clinics to laboratory service firms. By applying state-of-the-art mobile technology to digital pathology, Grundium’s solutions transform the reach and quality of diagnostic pathology, saving time and cost. This allows scarce pathologist resources to be deployed remotely to multiple locations, making high-quality scanning affordable for every local lab and clinic. Grundium scanners are used across all fields of microscopy, including pathology and AI diagnosis.

Mika Kuisma, CEO of Grundium, said: “My management team and I are thrilled to have this opportunity to work closely with EW Healthcare’s experienced team and establish Grundium as the leading market player for digital pathology solutions. The transaction marks a new phase in our journey as we look to grow our international presence and develop Grundium’s technology across a broader spectrum of applications.”

Evis Hursever, Managing Director at EW Healthcare Partners, commented: “We are excited to partner with Mika and his team to invest in realising the additional growth prospects ahead for Grundium. Grundium has an innovative product portfolio and pipeline, and we believe that the partnership with EW will help support their expansion into new applications and geographies, in particular in the U.S.”

EW Healthcare is a leading healthcare growth equity firm with extensive experience in taking companies to the next level of market leadership. This acquisition will allow Grundium to make further in-roads into the vast human healthcare market and AI diagnostics.

Kirkland & Ellis acted as legal advisers to EW Healthcare Partners, PwC provided financial, accounting and tax advice and BCG provided commercial advice. Bryan, Garnier & Co acted as financial advisers to Grundium and its shareholders.

About Grundium

A global leader in advanced imaging technology, Grundium makes digital pathology and high-quality professional diagnosis available for all life – whether human, animal, plant or other. This is achieved by doing something that nobody else can: applying state-of-the-art mobile technology in microscopy. Established in 2015 by ex-Nokia engineers, the Tampere-based company is democratizing digital pathology with the Ocus® range of microscope scanners. Their cutting-edge imaging solutions are based on over 20 years of experience in optics, sensors and beautiful high-precision devices. Grundium serves various industries and businesses, enhancing quality and processes, protecting human life and safeguarding a clean environment.

https://www.grundium.com/

About EW Healthcare Partners

With close to $4 billion raised since inception, EW Healthcare Partners is one of the largest and oldest private healthcare investment firms and seeks to make growth equity investments in fast growing commercial-stage healthcare companies in the pharmaceutical, medical device, diagnostics, and technology-enabled services sectors in the United States and in Europe. Since its founding in 1985, EW Healthcare Partners has maintained its singular commitment to the healthcare industry and has been a long-term investor in over 150 healthcare companies, ranging across sectors, stages and geographies. The team is comprised of over 20 senior investment professionals with offices in New York, Houston and London.

https://www.ewhealthcare.com/

For more information, contact:  Mika Kuisma, CEO, Grundium Oy. Email: mika.kuisma@grundium.com

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The Metals Company and Allseas Announce Successful Deep-Water Test of Polymetallic Nodule Collector Vehicle in the Atlantic Ocean at a Depth of Nearly 2,500 Meters

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The Allseas-designed nodule collector vehicle awaiting launch from the Hidden Gem

  • Following earlier successful harbor wet-testing and shallow-water trials in the open sea, the Allseas-designed and constructed pilot nodule collector vehicle was deployed from the Hidden Gem and lowered to the seafloor at depths of 2,470 meters, marking the first time the vehicle has been subjected to ultra-deep-water temperatures and pressures
  • A range of critical functions were successfully tested while driving over one kilometer on the seafloor, confirming the robot’s capability to operate in pressure and temperature conditions similar to those it will encounter in the NORI-D Area in the CCZ
  • Upcoming trials in TMC’s NORI-D contract area are expected to include deployment of a four-kilometer-long riser, an umbilical that provides power and control during seafloor operations, and a 500-meter-long flexible jumper hose to connect the riser to the collector vehicle

NEW YORK, May 05, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — TMC the metals company Inc. (Nasdaq: TMC) (“TMC” or the “Company”), an explorer of the world’s largest estimated undeveloped source of critical battery metals, today announced the successful completion of initial deep-water trials of the polymetallic nodule collector vehicle in the Atlantic Ocean.

Engineers successfully lowered the Allseas-designed collector vehicle to the seafloor at depths of 2,470 meters, marking the first time the vehicle had been subjected to ultra-deep-water temperatures and pressures. Engineers then subjected the vehicle to extensive testing of its various pumps and critical mobility functions, driving 1,018 meters across the seafloor.

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The Hidden Gem during recent deepwater trials of the nodule collector vehicle in the Atlantic Ocean

“The pilot nodule collection system is so far performing beautifully throughout these trials and getting the collector vehicle into the deep water in the Atlantic has given the team the opportunity to really pressure-test critical components,” said Gerard Barron, CEO & Chairman of The Metals Company. “I continue to be astounded by the planning and preparedness of Allseas engineers who are moving right along into wet-test commissioning and trial deployment of the riser system.”

Since 2019, Allseas and TMC have been working together to develop a pilot system to responsibly collect polymetallic nodules that sit unattached on the seafloor and lift them to the surface for transportation to shore. Nodules contain high grades of nickel, manganese, copper and cobalt — key metals required for building electric vehicle batteries and renewable energy technologies.

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An ROV-shot image of the nodule collector vehicle driving across the seafloor

Previously, TMC and Allseas announced successful harbor wet-test commissioning and shallow-water drive tests in the North Sea. With this latest round of deep-sea trials Allseas engineers will also test deployment of components of the riser as well as the connection between the jumper hose and the collector vehicle. All of the trials to date are in preparation for full pilot nodule collection system trials later this year over an 8 kmsection of the NORI-D contract area in the Clarion Clipperton Zone of the Pacific Ocean. The trials are an integral part of the International Seabed Authority’s regulatory and permitting process and the environmental impact data collected both during and after this nodule collection test work will form the basis of the application for an exploitation contract by TMC’s wholly-owned subsidiary, Nauru Ocean Resources Inc. (NORI).

Development of technologies to collect polymetallic nodules first began in the 1970s when oil, gas and mining majors including Shell, Rio Tinto (Kennecott) and Sumitomo successfully conducted pilot test work in the CCZ, recovering over ten thousand tons of nodules. In the decades since, the ISA was established to develop the regulatory framework to govern mineral extraction in the high seas while technology development efforts have largely focused on scaling proven nodule collection technologies and optimizing for minimal seafloor disturbance and environmental impact.

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About The Metals Company

TMC the metals company Inc. (The Metals Company) is an explorer of lower-impact battery metals from seafloor polymetallic nodules, on a dual mission: (1) supply metals for the clean energy transition with the least possible negative environmental and social impact and (2) accelerate the transition to a circular metal economy. The company through its subsidiaries holds exploration rights to three polymetallic nodule contract areas in the Clarion Clipperton Zone of the Pacific Ocean regulated by the International Seabed Authority and sponsored by the governments of Nauru, Kiribati and the Kingdom of Tonga. More information is available at www.metals.co.

About Allseas
Allseas is a world-leading contractor in the offshore energy market, with dynamism, rapid progress and pioneering spirit at its core. Allseas specialise in offshore pipeline installation, heavy lift and subsea construction. The company employs over 4000 people worldwide and operates a versatile fleet of specialised heavy-lift, pipelay and support vessels, designed and developed in-house. More information about Allseas is available at www.allseas.com.

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Cellebrite to Showcase Advanced Access as a Service at the Techno Security & Digital Forensics Conference

The availability of Cellebrite’s advanced access capability as a cloud-based service is intended to enable a broader base of law enforcement agencies to benefit from the most cutting-edge technology

PETAH TIKVA, Israel and TYSONS CORNER, Va., May 05, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Cellebrite DI Ltd. (NASDAQ: CLBT), a global leader in Digital Intelligence (DI) solutions for the public and private sectors, today announced the upcoming release of the SaaS-based version of Cellebrite Premium. Cellebrite Premium is an industry leading advanced access solution, providing unlock and extract capabilities for most iOS as well as the leading Android devices. The new offering, which is part of Cellebrite’s industry-leading DI suite of Solutions, will be previewed at the upcoming Techno Security & Digital Forensics Conference in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, from May 9th to May 12th, 2022.

The solution aims to allow law enforcement agencies to benefit from flexible licensing options and reduce ongoing hardware and maintenance costs. In addition, the SaaS-based version of Premium aims to provide agencies immediate access to the most up-to-date capabilities, allowing more law enforcement organizations to decentralize device access and data collection efforts as they work to expedite digital investigations and reduce case backlogs.

Ronnen Armon, Cellebrite’s Chief Products & Technologies Officer, commented: “Law enforcement agencies of all sizes should have access to solutions that can help them combat continuously growing digital evidence challenges. We are committed to addressing our customer needs in the face of the ever-growing quantity, variety, and complexity of digital evidence, and enabling a flexible consumption of our most advanced capability is our latest innovation to achieve this goal. We look forward to continuing to partner with our customers to enable them to protect and save lives, accelerate justice, and preserve privacy in communities around the world.”

For more information on Cellebrite Premium, please visit https://cellebrite.com/en/premium/

About Cellebrite
Cellebrite’s (NASDAQ: CLBT) mission is to enable its customers to protect and save lives, accelerate justice, and preserve privacy in communities around the world. We are a global leader in Digital Intelligence solutions for the public and private sectors, empowering organizations in mastering the complexities of legally sanctioned digital investigations by streamlining intelligence processes. Trusted by thousands of leading agencies and companies worldwide, Cellebrite’s Digital Intelligence platform and solutions transform how customers collect, review, analyze and manage data in legally sanctioned investigations. To learn more visit us at www.cellebrite.comhttps://investors.cellebrite.com, or follow us on Twitter at @Cellebrite.

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EV Technology Group Expands Subscription Service for Electric Vehicles, with MOKE France signing leading French hospitality collective Indie Group

Indie Beach – a prominent Indie Group property

TORONTO, May 05, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — EV Technology Group Ltd. (the “Company” or “EV Technology Group”) (NEO: EVTG, DE:B96A) announces today that it has signed luxury French hospitality collective Indie Group to its electric vehicle subscription service, through its subsidiary MOKE France SAS (“MOKE France”).

MOKE France’s EV subscription model gives clients the opportunity to pay a monthly fee to drive a MOKE, without the hassle of owning a car and having to deal with insurance, tax, servicing, and more – offering a market-leading product for electric vehicle subscription experiences.

Vincent Luftman (Indie), Tobias Chaix (Indie), Willy Gruyelle (VP Operations EVT), Raphaël Blanc (Indie), Wouter Witvoet (CEO EVT)

Indie Group is an iconic hospitality collective from Saint-Tropez, operating venues in key French holiday destinations, with the concepts of authenticity and celebration at the heart of its identity. Starting with Indie Beach House as their flagship business on the famous Pampelonne Beach in Ramatuelle, Indie Group has quickly progressed into a national hospitality player with an additional beach club in Ramatuelle (Playamigos), a festive restaurant on Place des Lices in the centre of Saint-Tropez (Pablo), a beach restaurant in the Escalet area (La Sauvageonne) and an apres-ski restaurant in Megève, managed by the famous chef Diego Alary (Indie Mountain).

“The team at Indie Group have managed to develop a hospitality atmosphere that very much appeals to an international audience: staying true to their local roots whilst continually revitalising the brand,” said MOKE France CEO, Willy Gruyelle. “For us, they’re the right mobility partner for driving a MOKE this summer: with a fresh perspective on the Riviera lifestyle, in line with the local heritage but always pushing the boundaries. We hope to drive with them in each and every new location they open!”

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Vincent Luftman (Indie), Tobias Chaix (Indie), Willy Gruyelle (VP Operations EVT), Raphaël Blanc (Indie),
Wouter Witvoet (CEO EVT)

“We’re opening Café de l’Ormeau in Ramatuelle in 2022, and we will create a special MOKE for this new restaurant: what better than a MOKE to go to this relaxed yet distinguished part of one of the most-visited villages in France?” said Vincent Luftman, partner at Indie Group.

“After signing our first partners for the pilot scheme – luxury real estate players, Bo-House and Tardieu Immobilier – we are very excited about the potential for this product,” said Wouter Witvoet, CEO of EV Technology Group. “We saw there was a deep market for both the beloved MOKE, and accessing it through a subscription model.”

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Indie Beach – a prominent Indie Group property

The bespoke Indie Group MOKEs will be visible in the streets of Saint-Tropez and beyond from June 2022.

EV Technology Group

EV Technology Group was founded in 2021 with the vision to electrify iconic brands – and a mission to create and redefine the joy of motoring for the electric age. By acquiring iconic brands and reigniting beloved motoring experiences, EVT Group is driving the EV revolution forward. Backed by a diversified team of passionate entrepreneurs, engineers and driving enthusiasts, EVT Group creates value for its customers by owning the total customer experience — acquiring and partnering with iconic brands with significant growth potential in unique markets, and controlling end-to-end capabilities. To learn more visit: https://evtgroup.com/

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Rachael D’Amore
rachael@talkshopmedia.com
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Investor Relations
Dave Gentry
dave@redchip.com
+14074914498

EV Technology Group
Wouter Witvoet
CEO and Chairman of the Board
wouter@evtgroup.com

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Forward-looking statements involve known and unknown risks, uncertainties and other factors which may cause the actual results, performance or achievements of the Company to be materially different from any results, performance or achievements expressed or implied by the Forward-looking Statements, including those factors discussed under “Risk Factors” in the filing statement of the Company. Although the Company has attempted to identify important factors that could cause actual actions, events or results to differ materially from those described in Forward-looking Statements, there may be other factors that cause actions, events or results to differ from those anticipated, estimated or intended.

Forward-looking statements involve significant risk, uncertainties and assumptions. Many factors could cause actual results, performance or achievements to differ materially from the results discussed or implied in the forward-looking statements. These factors should be considered carefully and readers should not place undue reliance on the forward-looking statements. Although the forward-looking statements contained in this news release are based upon what management believes to be reasonable assumptions, the Company cannot assure readers that actual results will be consistent with these forward-looking statements. The forward-looking statements contained herein are made as of the date hereof and the Company disclaims any obligation to update any forward-looking statements, whether as a result of new information, future events or results or otherwise, except where required by law. There can be no assurance that these forward-looking statements will prove to be accurate, as actual results and future events could differ materially from those anticipated in such statements. Accordingly, readers should not place undue reliance on forward-looking statements.

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