Daily Archives: April 11, 2019

VSBLTY JOINS MULLER GROUP INTERNATIONAL’SPORTFOLIO OF TECHNOLOGY COMPANIES PROVIDINGFACIAL RECOGNITION AND WEAPON DETECTION SOFTWARE

Philadelphia, PA, April 10, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — VSBLTY Groupe Technologies Corp (CSE: VSBY) (Frankfurt 5VS) has announced that it has formed an alliance with Muller Group International (MGI), joining with other MGI partner companies in providing comprehensive turnkey security solutions for corporations, governments, entertainment and sports venues and schools.

MGI was founded by Jeffrey S. Muller, a former FBI Supervisory Special Agent who serves as the firm’s president and CEO. Based in Washington, DC, MGI operates in 25 countries and utilizes innovative technologies to safeguard governments and corporations from cyber threats and weaponized alternative attacks.

VSBLTYis a leading retail software and technology company that provides facial recognition and weapon detection using the power of machine learning and computer vision. Its proprietary VSBLTY Vector™ product can be used alone or in combination with any form of digital signage to provide perimeter security by looking for “persons of interest” or individuals carrying weapons with the intent to cause harm.

MGI and VSBLTY recently teamed as technology partners to provide security to a Fortune 50 company at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, Muller said. “With the help of VSBLTY’S state-of-the-art software that provides facial recognition and weapon detection, we were able to provide perimeter security for a major global corporation over the five-day event,” Muller explained. A local database was constructed of several hundred “known” persons, who represented an active threat to the client, its assets and its brand, he said. Muller added, “Using more than a dozen hidden cameras, MGI and VSBLTY interfaced with the client’s operations team, providinglive photos that enabled them to do a visual comparison with database photos to determine if the individual was an active threat.”

VSBLTY Co-Founder and CEO Jay Hutton said, “With more and more so-called soft targets being attacked around the world, heightened security is needed virtually everywhere. In most instances, our face-on cameras provide better facial recognition than overhead CCTV cameras to enable faster, professional security responses to threats. “With this partnership with MGI we are advancing the increasingly important ability to provide security where it has never been available before,” he added.

Muller pointed out that companies, as well as sports and entertainment venues, or even schools, can no longer rely solely on physical “guards, gates and guns” to maintain safety or mitigate risk. He explained, “To keep ahead of cyber and physical attacks we need increasingly to rely on innovative technologies.”

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CONTACT: Linda Rosanio, 609-472-0877
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About VSBLTY (www.vsblty.net)

Headquartered in Philadelphia, VSBLTY (CSE: VSBY) (Frankfurt: 5VS) is the world leader in Proactive Digital Display™, which transforms retail and public spaces as well as place-based media networks with SaaS-based audience measurement and security software that uses artificial intelligence and machine learning.

About Muller Group International (www.MullerGroupInternational.com)

MGI assists all levels of government, corporations, as well as national and international organizations, as they face newly emerging challenges in an increasingly dangerous international security environment. MGI is led by Jeffrey Muller, a former military officer who previously served 21 years as a Supervisory Special Agent of the Federal Bureau of Investigation. At the FBI he co-founded the organization’s Weapons of Mass Destruction Directorate and created INTERPOL’s Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear and Explosives (CBRNE) Directorate. MGI provides curriculum and educational development, training, capacity building, national policy and plans structuring, domain and facility vulnerability assessments, and legislation review as well as instruction on the response to, and investigation of, incidents that could threaten the security of a corporation or nation.

About Onyx-Cognivas Pty (Andrew Coudounaris, Andrew@Onyx-Marketing.co.za, 27 (82) 805-8601)

VSBLTY partners with Onyx-Cognivas Pty in South Africa and Australia. Based in Johannesburg, South Africa, Onyx-Cognivas has unique patents on transparent digital signage that offer 100% transparency on demand, coupled with video analytics. The company also utilizes raw data collected from video analytics, including facial detection/recognition and object recognition, that— in conjunction with other data sets—builds deep learning intelligence solutions.

LINDA ROSANIO
VSBLTY, INC
609-472-0877
LROSANIO@VSBLTY.NET

Minister Siyabonga Cwele discusses immigration matters with Eswatini Counterpart, 12 Apr

Home Affairs Minister Dr Siyabonga Cwele is scheduled to hold a bilateral meeting with his Kingdom of Eswatini counterpart, Her Royal Highness Princess Lindiwe Dlamini on Friday, 12 April 2019. The two are scheduled to discuss matters of mutual concern relating to the management of migration between the two countries.

South Africa is undertaking an international migration management policy overhaul central to which the Southern African Development Community (SADC) plays a pivotal role. In this regard, the Department of Home Affairs engages continuously with its regional counterparts as part of strengthening relations while reinforcing diplomatic cooperation.

Source: Government of South Africa

Minister Nomaindiya Mfeketo hands over houses and interacts with Seshego community, 12 Apr

The Minister of Human Settlements, Nomaindiya Mfeketo, accompanied by MEC of Co-Operative Governance, Human Settlements and Traditional Affairs, Mr. Jerry Ndou, MEC of Economic Development, Mr. SeaparoSekoati and Executive Mayors of Capricorn District and Polokwane Municipality, Cllrs John Mpe and ThembiNkadimeng respectively will handover houses and interact with the community at Seshego ext 78 (Disteneng) Polokwane.

The project (Disteneng) will yield 300 houses upon completion and more than 150 houses have already been finished. Houses are constructed using thelatest newly Designed Housing models, developed under the Breaking New Ground vision.

The handover will be preceded by a walk about at Seshego ext. 71 to showcase the transformation from old houses to the new Breaking New Ground (BNG) designs at ext 78.

Source: Government of South Africa

Minister Ayanda Dlodlo officially opens Ettian Tshabane Multi- Media Centre at Xikundu Village, 15 Apr

Minister Dlodlo to unveil a Multi- Media Centre at a local primary school and lead a service delivery drive in Xikundu Village.

The Minister for the Public Service and Administration, Ms Ayanda Dlodlo accompanied by MEC for Health in Limpopo, Dr Phophi Ramathuba and the Mayor of Collins Chabane Local Municipality, Cllr Moses Maluleke will on Monday 15 April 2019, officially open the Ettian Tshabane Multi- Media Centre at Mayeke Higher Primary School in Xikundu Village.

The Multi- Media Centre which hosts about 21 computers for the 500 learner capacity school, was donated by the cellular phone giant, MTN in 2015 at the behest of the late Minister for the Public Service and Administration, Mr Collins Chabane, as part of his efforts to bring in technology development for learners in the rural village.

Minister Chabane had adopted the school in 2014 and became its patron with the aim of bringing advancement to the school and its learners.

The Centre will be named after the late Minister’s father, Ettian Tshabane, a staunch educator, committed public servant and one of the primary school pioneers who also served the longest as its principal.

Minister Dlodlo, will also hand over books to the school as well as school uniforms to selected learners from disadvantaged backgrounds within the community.

The Minister will then, join frontline service officials in Saselamani Stadium, as they bring various services to the community of Xikundu as part of government’s Batho Pele Programme.

Residents of Xikundu and surroundings will receive public services, information and interventions from various departments including Home Affairs, Health, South African Social Security Agency (SASSA), Government Pensions Fund, and also have the opportunity to engage with the frontline officials from these service delivery institutions and receive first-hand information on how to access public services in a quicker and more efficient manner.

The community will also receive small business development assistance from Small Enterprise Development Agency and the Limpopo Connexion.

‘Batho Pele- putting people first’ programme is aimed at responding to service delivery challenges experienced by citizens in their communities, it also puts emphasis on making public services more accessible and also serves as a strategic vehicle that enables the government to interact with citizens in its quest to both improve and accelerate public service provision in support of the priorities of government.

Source: Government of South Africa

MEC Helen Sauls-August attends induction seminar for medical interns, 12 Apr

Eastern Cape Health MEC, Ms Helen Sauls-August will attend the induction seminar for first year medical interns who have been allocated to do internship at the four accredited institutions in the province. The purpose of the seminar is to optimise medical internship training in collaboration with the accredited institutions by orientating young doctors on departmental priorities, policies, prescripts, HPSCA guidelines and ethical code of conduct.

Eastern Cape Department of Health and the HPCSA are, most of the time inundated with complaints from the consumers of health services about malpractice related to incompetence and negligence amongst the Health Professionals which can be attributed to lack of supervision, coaching and mentoring during training and lack of information and guidance on priorities and strategic objectives of the department.

The malpractice and negligence by health professionals impact negatively to the provision of quality health care services to Eastern Cape citizens and has resulted in medico-legal claims. Between 2010 and 2017, the department has cumulatively paid R 1.1 billion of medico legal claims and R 433.526 mil on Legal fees. For 2017/18, the department paid R423.396 mil and R44.452 mil to the State Attorney. Subsequent to malpractice and negligence complaints, it becomes incumbent and in collaboration with the accredited institutions to induct all first year Medical Interns on policies, prescripts, HPSCA guidelines and ethical code of conduct.

There are four Institutions accredited for training of Medical Interns in the province. The accreditation status is subject to regular accreditation evaluation visits and adherence to the prescribed criteria and requirements as stipulated by the HPCSA. Training is provided for a period of 24 months under supervision and guidance, in accredited institutions, with the aim of developing the intern’s knowledge, skills, understanding and experience in patient care in order to function as competent and safe medical practitioners. The training is comprehensive and complementary to the health care system being developed in South Africa.

Source: Government of South Africa