sabato, Febbraio 24, 2024

DIARIO GEOSTRATEGICO – 10 SETTEMBRE 2021

 

Alcuni temi dal diario di oggi:

– Dove andranno i rifugiati afghani ? (CFR)

– La Cina “pianifica” i diritti umani (Global Times)

– Gli errori degli USA dopo l’11 settembre (Defense One)

– La sicurezza globale dopo l’11 settembre (CFR)

Buona lettura ! 

 

The Science of Where

Esri:

– Geospatial Thinking Drives Sustainable Prosperity

– What’s new in ArcGIS StoryMaps (September 2021) (Owen Evans)

– ArcGIS Indoors and Facility Management Systems (Silvia Pichler)

– What a Big Data Approach and Geospatial Tools Reveal about Human Mobility (Greg Milner)

Esri Italia:

– AQP: l’innovazione digitale per la gestione virtuosa della risorsa idrica

– A2A: innovazione nelle Operation delle reti

– La tecnologia Esri per i danni degli incendi in Sardegna

– Osservatorio Metropolitano – ciclo di incontri sulla qualità urbana (dal 14 settembre 2021)

– Esri Italia alla Conferenza internazionale sul Telerilevamento (13-15 settermbre 2021)

– Esri Italia partner di un corso per Mobility Manager (ottobre 2021)

– Esri Italia alla Urban Mobility Web Conference (16 settembre 2021)

– Esri Italia a Servizi a rete Tour 2021 (22 e 23 settembre 2021)

– Speciale Esri User Conference 2021 in diretta dall’Italia

 

TechInnovation e dintorni

TechCrunch:

– Printify bags $45M, led by Index, to ride the custom printing boom (Natasha Lomas)

– China’s WeRide unveils Robovan, its first electric, autonomous cargo van (Rebecca Bellan)

– Two UK tech figures plan to row the Atlantic for charity supporting minority entrepreneurs (Mike Butcher)

– Microsoft confirms investment in India’s Oyo in a multi-year strategic deal to co-develop travel and hospitality products (Manish Singh)

– Open source backend-as-a-service startup Supabase raises $30M (Greg Kumparak)

– Laser-initiated fusion leads the way to safe, affordable clean energy (Siegfried Glenzer)

– GM extends Chevy Bolt EV production shutdown another two weeks (Kirsten Korosec)

– Sustainable jet fuel company Alder Fuels seals investments from United, Honeywell (Aria Alamalhodaei)

– Some of the biggest names in private equity think this go-go market has another year or two (at least) (Connie Loizos)

– Google and Jio delay their India smartphone launch (Manish Singh)

– Twitter introduces a new label that allows the ‘good bots’ to identify themselves (Sarah Perez)

– DoNotPay’s ‘robot lawyer’ can now help report potholes or fallen trees to the city, file damage claims (Greg Kumparak)

– Squad Mobility eyes shared platforms as target for its compact solar electric quadricycle (Rebecca Bellan)

– The 2022 Chevrolet Silverado gets a tech upgrade, hands-free trailering and a new ZR2 off-road flagship (Kirsten Korosec)

 

Nella cybersecurity

Security Affairs (Pierluigi Paganini):

– Russian communications watchdog Roskomnadzor blocks access to 6 VPNs

– Groove gang leaks list of 500k credentials of compromised Fortinet appliances

– Personal information of 7 million Israelis available for sale

– Zoho warns of zero-day authentication bypass flaw actively exploited

– Yandex is under the largest DDoS attack in the history of Runet

– TeamTNT cybercrime gang expands its arsenal to target thousands of orgs worldwide

– Millions of Microsoft web servers powered by vulnerable legacy software

– A new botnet named Mēris is behind massive DDoS attack that hit Yandex

 

In difesa e d’intelligence

CFR:

– Intelligence. Spying 101 (Gabrielle Sierra, Emily Harding, Edward Lucas)

 

Defense News:

– Top US Air Force general supports proposed F-35 cost constraints (Valerie Insinna)

– Gilday: New task force will help US Navy speed up unmanned system integration (Megan Eckstein)

– Next Pentagon budget will detail climate change spending (Sebastian Sprenger)

– US Army working to recoup Afghanistan withdrawal costs (Jen Judson)

 

Spazio chiama Terra

NASA:

– NASA Readies James Webb Space Telescope for December Launch

– NASA Innovations Will Help U.S. Meet Sustainable Aviation Goals

Space News:

– Pandemic, changing industry affecting satellite manufacturer supply chains (Jeff Foust)

– OneWeb and AT&T partner to extend fiberlike coverage across United States (Jason Rainbow)

– JWST gets mid-December launch date (Jeff Foust)

– Korean consortium invested $50 million in US launch startup Relativity Space (Park Si-soo)

– BridgeComm and Space Micro reveal strategic partnership (Debra Werner)

– Rocket Lab wins multi-launch deal for IoT constellation (Jeff Foust)

– Satellite connectivity leaders push for interoperability (Jason Rainbow)

– U.S. military has growing appetite for satellite communications but its needs are complex (Sandra Erwin)

– Hanwha Phasor teams up with American product designer for on-the-move antenna (Park Si-soo)

– Swissto12 and Saturn collaborate on small GEO satellites (Debra Werner)

– Isar Aerospace to launch OroraTech wildfire monitoring cubesat constellation (Andrew Parsonson)

TechCrunch:

– Rocket Lab’s order backlog tops $141M as the company inks five-launch deal with Kinéis (Aria Alamalhodaei)

 

Viaggio nei mondi e nelle questioni globali

CFR:

– Afghan Refugees. Where Will Afghan Refugees Go? (Lindsay Maizland)

– Global Health. Noncommunicable Diseases Kill Slowly in Normal Times and Quickly in COVID-19 Times (Thomas J. Bollyky, Serena Tohme, Samantha Kiernan)

– Global Security. The 9/11 Effect and the Transformation of Global Security

Defense One:

– USA. After 9/11, the U.S. Got Almost Everything Wrong (Garrett M. Graff)

 

East Asia Forum:

– Indonesia. Indonesia’s long transition to COVID-19 endemicity (Yodi Mahendradhata)

– Samoa. Samoa’s first woman prime minister finally takes office (Kerryn Baker)

Global Times:

– China. China issues human rights action plan for 2021-2025

– China. China developed intelligent deepwater drilling rig begins operation in South China Sea (Qi Xijia)

– China. Meituan starts trial to promote digital yuan, low-carbon travel

– China. Authorities summon Tencent, NetEase and other gaming companies for talk

– China/Afghanistan. Chinese firms plan Afghan platform to examine opportunities and pitfalls of investment

– China/Africa. China launches 3-month African products online promotional event: FM

– China/Myanmar. Chinese companies in Myanmar face potential disruption amid rising tensions

– China/Russia. Level zero nuclear incident at China-Russia joint energy plant, no overexposure nor pollution: Chinese nuclear authorities

– China/UK. China-UK graphene cooperation should be free of politics

HRW:

– Afghanistan. Taliban Severely Beat Journalists

– Afghan Refugees. Q&A on Afghans Fleeing Taliban

– Bangladesh. Despite Overwhelming Evidence, Bangladesh Authorities Deny Enforced Disappearances (Meenakshi Ganguly)

– Kazakhstan. Researcher on Xinjiang Crimes Banned

– Malaysia. Tentative Steps Toward Vaccine Equity in Malaysia (Linda Lakhdhir, HRW) – The Global Eye

– Mexico. Mexican Soldiers and Immigration Agents Violently Detain Asylum Seekers (José Miguel Vivanco)

– USA. Texas and US Supreme Court Deal Blow to Reproductive Rights (Amanda Klasing)

– Uzbekistan/Afghans. Uzbekistan Should Do More to Help Afghans (Mihra Rittmann, Hugh Williamson)

TechCrunch:

– USA. The 4 things needed to reach Biden’s ambitious 2050 solar goal (Devin Coldewey)

– UK. UK dials up the spin on data reform, claiming ‘simplified’ rules will drive ‘responsible’ data sharing (Natasha Lomas)

UNHCR:

– Cameroon/Chad. Climate change fuels clashes in Cameroon that force thousands to flee (Aristophane Ngargoune)

– Critical gaps in refugee education: two thirds of refugee youth might never get to secondary school

 

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