Argos Cement has now partnered with its local representatives and with the National Hardware Guyana Limited to launch its new soluble ‘Smart Pack’ cement.The new cement is a solution geared at meeting the challenges of the building industry, and its packaging presents new, environmentally friendly ways of disposing of cement bags.Hosted at the National Hardware Industrial Site at Ruimveldt, Georgetown, the launch saw a live technical demonstration of the new product’s innovative features.The event was intended to inform players in the construction and engineering sectors of the new technology, which is compatible with “going green and sustainability”.The demonstration was presented by Joslyn De La Cruz, Argos Technical Advisor; and Jose Guillermo Araujo, Argos International Sales Manager.With the launch, it is clear that “innovation is the only way to remain competitive” in order to offer the best and most efficient solutions to clients.The Soluble Smart Pack Cement will be available all across Guyana in hardware stores at the current price of Argos Cement.Argos Cement has been distributing to Guyana for a number of years, and is confident that this new product will be well received by both the Guyanese construction industry and wider populace. ARGOS will play its role in helping to green Guyana.
Continue Reading Previous Digi: high-speed continuous connectivity for transportation and industrialNext Green Hills: advanced platforms for next-generation automotive cockpits SEGGER introduces support for the MIDI class with emUSB-Host. Supporting the MIDI-class enables the USB host stack to interact with music devices such as MIDI controllers, sequencers, drum machines, samplers, effect units, synthesizers or instruments. The MIDI class is capable of supporting devices with multiple MIDI ports. It can send and receive MIDI commands. The MIDI class support also detects insertion and removal of MIDI devices.SEGGER has created a number of examples for demonstrating the MIDI class. These include a sample of a MIDI player, that plays a standard MIDI file through a connected MIDI synthesizer and displays, in real time, piano notes and accompanying lyrics. Another example combines the existing HID and new MIDI classes of emUSB-Host in order to convert the standard PC keyboard into a MIDI controller which is capable of controlling a synthesizer or other sound generating devices.Share this:TwitterFacebookLinkedInMoreRedditTumblrPinterestWhatsAppSkypePocketTelegram Tags: Tools & Software