Research communication – Metro Research http://metroresearch.org/ Wed, 21 Sep 2022 01:52:24 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://metroresearch.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/cropped-icon-32x32.png Research communication – Metro Research http://metroresearch.org/ 32 32 Aircraft communication systems market worth $12.8 billion by 2027, at a CAGR of 9.2% https://metroresearch.org/aircraft-communication-systems-market-worth-12-8-billion-by-2027-at-a-cagr-of-9-2/ Tue, 20 Sep 2022 23:04:46 +0000 https://metroresearch.org/aircraft-communication-systems-market-worth-12-8-billion-by-2027-at-a-cagr-of-9-2/ “Aircraft Communication Systems Market” Aircraft Communication Systems Market is expected to reach USD 12.8 Billion by 2027, from USD 8.2 Billion in 2022, to grow at a CAGR of 9.2% from 2022 to 2027 The report “Aircraft Communication Systems Market by Connectivity (SATCOM, VHF/UHF/L-Band, HF and Datalink), Fit (Line Fit, Modernization), Platform (Fixed Wing, Rotary […]]]>

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Aircraft Communication Systems Market is expected to reach USD 12.8 Billion by 2027, from USD 8.2 Billion in 2022, to grow at a CAGR of 9.2% from 2022 to 2027

The report “Aircraft Communication Systems Market by Connectivity (SATCOM, VHF/UHF/L-Band, HF and Datalink), Fit (Line Fit, Modernization), Platform (Fixed Wing, Rotary Wing, Drones and eVTOL/ eSTOL), Component and Region – Global Forecast to 2027“The Aircraft Communication Systems Market is expected to grow from USD 8.2 billion in 2022 to USD 12.8 billion by 2027, growing at a CAGR of 9.2% from 2022 to 2027. Demand for Iris SATCOM and of data links such as L-DACS to meet the The need for various types of aerial communications is driven by the growing demand for Internet Protocol (IP)-based broadband.In addition, it is also expected that during of the forecast period, the use of standard commercial technology in aircraft communication systems would drive the growth of the market globally.

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The eVTOL/eSTOL segment is expected to dominate the aircraft communication systems market over the forecast period.

The eVTOL/eSTOL segment is expected to dominate the aircraft communication systems market over the forecast period based on the platform. Increased research in wireless communications for eVTOL/eSTOL is driving the growth of this segment.

SATCOM segment is expected to dominate the aircraft communication systems market over the forecast period.

On the basis of connectivity, the SATCOM segment of the aircraft communication system market is expected to grow at a higher rate during the forecast period. Need for better connectivity between aircraft and ground stations and need for uninterrupted satellite communication to drive SATCOM segment in aircraft communication system market

The transponder segment is expected to hold the largest share of the aircraft communication systems market in 2022.

The transponder segment of aircraft communication system market is expected to have the largest share in 2022. The need for better communication in emergency situations, the transponder segment in aircraft communication system is growing.

North America is expected to have the largest share during the forecast period.

The North America aircraft communication systems market is expected to hold the largest share during the forecast period. The growth of this segment is attributed to the increased growth in air passenger traffic resulting in an increase in the number of new aircraft deliveries and the presence of major manufacturers of aircraft communication systems.

Leading companies profiled in the Aircraft Communication Systems Market report are L3Harris Technologies (US), Thales Group (France), Collins Aerospace (US), Elbit Systems (Israel) and Honeywell International Inc. ( United States).

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Researchers discover a toxin that kills bacteria in unprecedented ways https://metroresearch.org/researchers-discover-a-toxin-that-kills-bacteria-in-unprecedented-ways/ Sat, 17 Sep 2022 12:05:31 +0000 https://metroresearch.org/researchers-discover-a-toxin-that-kills-bacteria-in-unprecedented-ways/ McMaster researchers have discovered a previously unknown bacteria-killing toxin that could pave the way for a new generation of antibiotics. The study, led by John Whitney of the Michael G. DeGroote Institute for Infectious Disease Research, shows that the bacterial pathogen Pseudomonas aeruginosa, known to cause hospital-acquired infections such as pneumonia, secretes a toxin that […]]]>

McMaster researchers have discovered a previously unknown bacteria-killing toxin that could pave the way for a new generation of antibiotics.

The study, led by John Whitney of the Michael G. DeGroote Institute for Infectious Disease Research, shows that the bacterial pathogen Pseudomonas aeruginosa, known to cause hospital-acquired infections such as pneumonia, secretes a toxin that has evolved to kill other species of bacteria. .

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John Whitney (right) and Nathan Bullen have studied this toxin for almost three years.

For Whitney, the key aspect of his discovery is not just that this toxin kills bacteria, but how it does it.

“This research is important because it shows that the toxin targets essential RNA molecules from other bacteria, effectively rendering them non-functional,” says Whitney, an associate professor in the department of biochemistry and biomedical sciences.

“Like humans, bacteria need properly functioning RNA to live.”

The author of the first study, Nathan Bullen, a graduate student in biochemistry and biomedical sciences, describes it as “a total attack on the cell” because of the number of essential pathways that depend on functional RNAs.

Whitney and Bullen, together with colleagues from Imperial College London and the University of Manitoba, studied this toxin for almost three years to understand exactly how it works at the molecular level.

This is the graphic summary of the team’s paper, “An ADP-ribosyltransferase toxin kills bacterial cells by altering structured non-coding RNAs.”

The breakthrough, published in the journal Molecular Cell, was achieved by Bullen after rigorous experimentation on common toxin targets, such as proteins and DNA molecules, before finally testing the toxin against RNA.

This finding breaks well-established precedents set by toxins targeting proteins secreted by other bacteria, such as those that cause cholera and diphtheria.

The researchers say this development holds great potential for future research that could eventually lead to new innovations that fight infection-causing bacteria.

Whitney says future antibiotic development can build on the newly discovered vulnerability.

This article has been republished with permission from the Institute for Infectious Disease Research at McMaster University. Read the original.

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Moral values ​​explain differences in COVID-19 vaccination rates between US counties > News > USC Dornsife https://metroresearch.org/moral-values-explain-differences-in-covid-19-vaccination-rates-between-us-counties-news-usc-dornsife/ Thu, 15 Sep 2022 17:45:20 +0000 https://metroresearch.org/moral-values-explain-differences-in-covid-19-vaccination-rates-between-us-counties-news-usc-dornsife/ Research from USC Dornsife shows that moral values ​​predict regional differences in COVID-19 vaccination rates beyond structural, demographic, and political barriers to vaccination. Vaccination rates vary widely in the United States A new study by researchers at USC Dornsife sheds light on the beliefs behind these substantial disparities. (Image source: iStock.) Even though COVID-19 vaccines […]]]>

Research from USC Dornsife shows that moral values ​​predict regional differences in COVID-19 vaccination rates beyond structural, demographic, and political barriers to vaccination.

Vaccination rates vary widely in the United States A new study by researchers at USC Dornsife sheds light on the beliefs behind these substantial disparities. (Image source: iStock.)

Even though COVID-19 vaccines are safe, effective, and widely available in the United States, many Americans are still hesitant to get vaccinated. Indeed, there are stark disparities in COVID-19 vaccination rates across the United States: in some counties, nearly all residents are vaccinated while, in other counties, only a minority of residents are vaccinated.

A new study by USC researchers sheds light on the beliefs underlying these disparities in vaccination rates.

The study, published Wednesday in american psychologistfound that beyond structural barriers, such as access to health care and political barriers, we must consider Americans’ moral values ​​to understand stark disparities in COVID-19 vaccination rates.

“The goal of our research was to understand how regional differences can help us explain differences in vaccination rates beyond structural barriers, and that is indeed what we found,” said Nils Karl Reimer, study co-author and postdoctoral researcher at USC Dornsife College. of Letters, Arts and Sciences. “Moral values ​​help explain these differences, beyond the well-known variables of political ideology and structural barriers.”

Key Factors Determining Vaccine Acceptance: Fairness, Fairness, and Purity

The study is based on the theory of moral foundations, according to which there are five basic moral foundations: care, fairness, loyalty, authority and purity.

The researchers’ analysis found that moral concerns about fairness, loyalty and purity influenced county-level vaccination rates, but not care or authority.

“We found that certain values ​​traditionally associated with conservatism were associated with lower vaccination rates, the most important of which was a desire for bodily and spiritual purity,” Reimer said.

On the other hand, counties with higher loyalty were 1.14 times more likely to have higher vaccination rates.

Emphasis on equity was associated with a 2% increase in vaccination rates under similar conditions.

Anti-vaccination linked to higher valuation of purity, regardless of political party

The researchers said that while their hypotheses were largely confirmed by the study, some surprising trends emerged. The authors noted that loyalty is generally associated with conservative values, which in turn are associated with vaccine skepticism. However, the study found that loyalty is associated with higher vaccination rates – but only by controlling for the other four moral foundations.

“The fidelity finding is quite surprising as there is a lot of anti-vaxxer rhetoric among conservatives. However, what we show is that typical conservatives do not tend to be anti-vaxxers “, said co-author Morteza Dehghani, associate professor of psychology and computer science at USC Dornsife. “Anti-vaxxers tend not to be very loyal, but very pure. who lack loyalty, as well as liberals who tend to prioritize purity issues, most likely focusing on the bodily aspects of purity contamination (“My body is a temple and it should not be contaminated” )”.

“It’s a sentiment you could find on both sides of the aisle,” Reimer added, “and I think that’s the great value of our approach because it gives a finer analysis.”

Findings could improve communication to improve vaccination rates

The findings present policy makers and public health communicators with data to better reframe their public health communications related to the pandemic. The researchers suggest appealing to loyalty concerns by defining vaccination as a patriotic duty. In regions of high purity, they suggest emphasizing the vaccine’s ability to protect against contaminating diseases.

“These things are, mostly, just speculation ahead of new experiments,” Reimer said, “but our findings could point to public health messages that could be tested.”

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Launches: Orbital debris studies will receive NASA funding https://metroresearch.org/launches-orbital-debris-studies-will-receive-nasa-funding/ Tue, 13 Sep 2022 22:18:50 +0000 https://metroresearch.org/launches-orbital-debris-studies-will-receive-nasa-funding/ Simulation of orbital debris around the Earth demonstrating the population of objects in the geosynchronous region. Image via NASA/Orbital Debris Program Office. 3 prizes for studies of orbital debris NASA said on September 13, 2022 that it had selected three research proposals from university teams for funding over the coming year: … Analyze the economic, […]]]>
Simulation of orbital debris around the Earth demonstrating the population of objects in the geosynchronous region. Image via NASA/Orbital Debris Program Office.

3 prizes for studies of orbital debris

NASA said on September 13, 2022 that it had selected three research proposals from university teams for funding over the coming year:

… Analyze the economic, social and political issues associated with the sustainability of space.

And space sustainability seems to be NASA jargon for an area of ​​near-Earth space – low Earth orbit, geosynchronous orbit and beyond – now occupied by orbital debris. In other words, near-Earth space is not sustainable until we get rid of the debris, which consists of:

…man-made objects orbiting the Earth that no longer serve a purpose, including mission-related and fragmentation debris, non-functioning spacecraft, and derelict rocket stages.

Studies have long shown that debris in Earth orbit can lead to a cascading effect, sometimes referred to as Kessler syndrome, first suggested in 1978 by Donald J. Kessler while working at the Johnson Space Center in Houston, Utah. Texas. Kessler pointed out that collisions between objects in low Earth orbit would create more space junk – a cascade of debris – whereby each collision increases the likelihood of further away crashes. In 2009, following his near-Earth environment modeling efforts, Kessler wrote that the debris environment was already “unstable” and that:

…Any attempt to create a small debris environment without growth by removing past debris sources will likely fail because fragments from future collisions will be generated faster than atmospheric drag will remove them.

NASA in search of new ideas and technologies

Whether or not this is true remains to be seen, as the statement does not account for advanced debris removal technologies. NASA said it:

…Takes the threat of orbital debris seriously because such objects can endanger spacecraft, compromise access to space, and impede the development of an economy in low Earth orbit, including commercial participation. These new grants will fund research that supports the agency’s commitment to solving the problem.

She indicated that a group of experts had evaluated and selected the following three proposals:

– “Adaptive Space Governance and Decision-Support using Source-Sink Evolutionary Environmental Models”, presented by Richard Linares and Danielle Wood from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Moriba Jah from the University of Texas-Austin.
– “An Integrated Assessment Model for Satellite Constellations and Orbital Debris”, presented by Akhil Rao from Middlebury College, Daniel Kaffine from the University of Colorado-Boulder and Brian Weeden from the Secure World Foundation.
– “Communication and space debris: connection with knowledge and public identities”, presented by Patrice Kohl, Sergio Alvarez and Philip Metzger from the University of Central Florida.

And NASA said its Orbital Debris program will make the teams’ results publicly available on the agency’s website when they become available.

Conclusion: NASA said on September 13, 2022 that it intends to fund three academic research proposals over the coming year, on the issue of orbital debris.

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5G in the healthcare market will reach $80 billion by 2030, according to Global Market Insights Inc. https://metroresearch.org/5g-in-the-healthcare-market-will-reach-80-billion-by-2030-according-to-global-market-insights-inc/ Mon, 12 Sep 2022 09:15:00 +0000 https://metroresearch.org/5g-in-the-healthcare-market-will-reach-80-billion-by-2030-according-to-global-market-insights-inc/ 5G in healthcare is expected to register a CAGR of 35% between 2022 and 2030 due to the increasing integration of emerging and latest technologies with 5G. SELBYVILLE, Del., September 12, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — The market value of 5G in healthcare is expected to reach $80 billion by 2030, according to a new research report […]]]>

5G in healthcare is expected to register a CAGR of 35% between 2022 and 2030 due to the increasing integration of emerging and latest technologies with 5G.

SELBYVILLE, Del., September 12, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — The market value of 5G in healthcare is expected to reach $80 billion by 2030, according to a new research report from Global Market Insights Inc.

The incidence of chronic diseases at an alarming rate in rural areas will increase technology adoption. A large majority of the underprivileged population in emerging economies does not have adequate access to high quality medical facilities. 5G technologies can be helpful in such cases, as it will give doctors the ability to increase the reach of their services by conducting virtual consultations to understand a patient’s health condition.

Innovative digital technologies have improved the delivery of care to patients living in remote areas, reducing the need for emergency visits and hospitalization. Since the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020, the deployment of communication networks in health services has increased the number of telehealth visits. The percentage of people seeking Medicaid and Medicare insurance and reimbursements has also increased significantly, bolstering demand for 5G networks.

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5G technology will improve remote patient monitoring capabilities

5G Healthcare Market Share of Remote Patient Monitoring Segment Expected to Exceed $35 billion by 2030. The prevalence of chronic diseases is increasing at an alarming rate worldwide. Remote monitoring devices are used to continuously measure vital signs, such as heart rate, pulse, blood pressure, blood oxygen saturation, and several other physiological data.

Asthma is among the major non-communicable diseases that require continuous monitoring to improve diagnosis and treatment. For example, according to WHO data for 2019, nearly 262 million people suffered from asthma worldwide. Similar factors are likely to drive the demand for remote patient monitoring solutions and rapid communication technologies.

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Pharmaceutical companies can use 5G to develop new drugs

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Asia Pacific achieve strong growth thanks to 5G in the healthcare sector

Asia Pacific 5G in healthcare market size will register a healthy CAGR of over 35% through 2030. This is attributed to variables such as increasing prevalence of chronic diseases, growing awareness of 5G technology in healthcare healthcare and the growing integration of 5G with other technologies. The high incidence of heart disease among the regional population will increase the need for remote patient monitoring devices, visual guidance and connected ambulance services. These applications can increase the integration of 5G in healthcare facilities.

BT Group, Deutsche Telekom AG, Vodafone, China Mobile Limited, China Unicom, Saudi Telecom Company (STC), and T-Mobile, among others, are the reputable organizations in the global 5G healthcare market. These companies sign merger and acquisition agreements and partnership agreements to diversify their product portfolios.

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Rescue or Trap?—An Analysis of Parent PLUS Student Loans https://metroresearch.org/rescue-or-trap-an-analysis-of-parent-plus-student-loans/ Sat, 10 Sep 2022 01:07:29 +0000 https://metroresearch.org/rescue-or-trap-an-analysis-of-parent-plus-student-loans/ Research Department Working Papers No. 2217 Wenhua Di, Carla Fletcher and Jeff Webster Summary: Parents who take out loans for their children’s college education may face excessive debt loads that put their own financial security at risk. This article examines the experience of Parent Loan for Undergraduate Students (PLUS) borrowers using administrative data from a […]]]>

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Wenhua Di, Carla Fletcher and Jeff Webster

Summary: Parents who take out loans for their children’s college education may face excessive debt loads that put their own financial security at risk. This article examines the experience of Parent Loan for Undergraduate Students (PLUS) borrowers using administrative data from a major student loan guarantee agency. We find that PLUS borrowers are more likely to default if their children attend low-resource institutions, typically those where low-income enrollment predominates. Although parent PLUS generally outperforms student loans, PLUS’s performance is sensitive to program costs during tough economic times. On the other hand, the results of the pupils depend more on the academic results. Interviews with borrowers confirm that PLUS borrowers have more experience dealing with debt than their children, but there is a lack of communication about repayment obligations and expectations across generations. This study reveals the different consequences of parental and student borrowing for higher education and the problematic design of the PLUS program that poses challenges for some borrowers.

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Autism Studies Tend to Exclude Women, Researchers Say | MIT News https://metroresearch.org/autism-studies-tend-to-exclude-women-researchers-say-mit-news/ Thu, 08 Sep 2022 04:00:00 +0000 https://metroresearch.org/autism-studies-tend-to-exclude-women-researchers-say-mit-news/ In recent years, researchers studying autism have worked to include more women and girls in their studies. However, despite these efforts, most autism studies consistently recruit small numbers of female subjects or exclude them altogether, according to a new study from MIT. Researchers have found that a screening test commonly used to determine eligibility for […]]]>

In recent years, researchers studying autism have worked to include more women and girls in their studies. However, despite these efforts, most autism studies consistently recruit small numbers of female subjects or exclude them altogether, according to a new study from MIT.

Researchers have found that a screening test commonly used to determine eligibility for autism studies consistently screens out a much higher percentage of women than men, creating a “leaky pipeline” that results in severe under-reporting. representation of women in autism studies.

This lack of representation makes it harder to develop useful interventions or provide accurate diagnoses for girls and women, researchers say.

“I think the results support a more inclusive approach and a broadening of purpose to end up being less biased in terms of research participation,” says John Gabrieli, Grover Hermann Professor of Health Sciences and Technology and Professor of brain and cognitive. science at MIT. “The more we understand about autism in men and women and non-binary individuals, the better the services and more accurate diagnoses we can provide.”

Gabrieli, who is also a fellow at MIT’s McGovern Institute for Brain Research, is lead author of the study, which appears in the journal autism research. Anila D’Mello, a former MIT postdoc who is now an assistant professor at the University of Texas Southwestern, is the lead author of the paper. MIT Technical Associate Isabelle Frosch, Research Coordinator Cindy Li, and Research Specialist Annie Cardinaux are also the authors of the paper.

Eliminate females

Autism spectrum disorders are diagnosed based on observation of traits such as repetitive behaviors and difficulties with language and social interaction. Doctors can use a variety of screening tests to help them make a diagnosis, but these tests are not required.

For autism research studies, it is common to use a screening test called the Autism Diagnostic Observation Schedule (ADOS) to determine study eligibility. This test, which assesses social interaction, communication, play and repetitive behaviors, provides a quantitative score in each category, and only participants who reach certain scores are eligible to be included in the studies.

In a study exploring how quickly the brains of autistic adults adapt to new events in the environment, scientists in Gabrieli’s lab began to notice that ADOS seemed to have unequal effects on the participation of children. men and women looking. As the study progressed, D’Mello noticed significant brain differences between the male and female study subjects.

To dig deeper into these differences, D’Mello tried to find more female participants using an MIT database of autistic adults who expressed interest in participating in research studies. However, when she sorted the subjects, she found that only about half of the women in the database met the ADOS cut-off scores typically required for inclusion in autism studies, compared to 80% of the men.

“We then realized that there was a gap and that ADOS was essentially weeding out those who ended up participating in the research,” says D’Mello. “We were really surprised at how many men we retained and how many women we lost to ADOS.”

To see if this phenomenon was more widespread, the researchers looked at six publicly available datasets, which include more than 40,000 adults diagnosed with autism. For some of these datasets, participants were screened with ADOS to determine their eligibility to participate in the studies, while for others a “community diagnosis” – diagnosis from a physician or other healthcare provider of health – was enough.

The researchers found that in datasets that required ADOS screening for eligibility, the male-to-female ratio was around 8:1, while in those that only required community diagnosis, the ratios varied d about 2:1 to 1:1.

Previous studies have found differences between behavioral patterns in autistic men and women, but the ADOS test was originally developed using a predominantly male sample, which may explain why it often excludes women from research studies. explains D’Mello.

“There were few females in the sample that was used to create this assessment, so it may not be very good at detecting the female phenotype, which may differ in some respects, mainly in areas like social communication,” she says.

Effects of exclusion

Failure to include more women and girls in autism studies may contribute to gaps in definitions of the disorder, researchers say.

“The way we think about it is that the field may have developed an implicit bias in how autism is defined, and it’s been disproportionately driven by male analysis and male recruitment, and so on,” says Gabrieli. “So the definition doesn’t fit as well, on average, with the different expression of autism that seems to be more common in women.”

This implicit bias has led to documented difficulties in receiving a diagnosis for girls and women, even when their symptoms are the same as those exhibited by autistic boys and men.

“A lot of women could be completely missed in terms of diagnoses, and then our study shows that in the research setting, what’s already a small pelvis shrinks at a much higher rate than men,” says D’Mello. .

Excluding girls and women from this type of research study may lead to treatments not working as well for them, and it contributes to the perception that autism does not affect women as much as men.

“The goal is for research to directly inform treatment, therapies and public perception,” D’Mello says. “If the research indicates that there are no women with autism, or that the brain basis of autism only resembles established patterns in men, then you’re not really helping women as much. than you might be, and you’re not really understanding the truth about what the disorder might be.

The researchers now plan to further explore some of the gender and sex-based differences that appear in autism, and how they arise. They also plan to expand the gender categories they include. In the current study, the surveys each participant completed asked them to choose male or female, but the researchers updated their questionnaire to include non-binary and transgender options.

The research was funded by the Hock E. Tan and K. Lisa Yang Center for Autism Research, the Simons Center for the Social Brain at MIT, and the National Institutes of Mental Health.

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VSAT Maritime Satellite Communications Market Segmentation, Analysis by Recent Trends, Development by Regions till 2028 https://metroresearch.org/vsat-maritime-satellite-communications-market-segmentation-analysis-by-recent-trends-development-by-regions-till-2028/ Sun, 04 Sep 2022 16:06:59 +0000 https://metroresearch.org/vsat-maritime-satellite-communications-market-segmentation-analysis-by-recent-trends-development-by-regions-till-2028/ The research analysis on VSAT Maritime Satellite Communication market offers a thorough assessment of the major growth opportunities, roadblocks, and other channels for expansion that will affect the industry's growth between 2022 and 2028. Additionally, the research report predicts that during the projection period, this marketplace would display a healthy CAGR and produce […]]]>




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The document provides a comprehensive analysis of the economic condition to assist stakeholders in developing effective growth strategies for their future investments. The report also provides information on well-known companies that are operating in this industry sector, including information on their business portfolios and development trends as well as key information on the market segmentations.

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  • Ku band
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  • Merchant shipping
  • Passenger ships
  • Pleasure craft and others

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  • marlink
  • Inmarsat Global Limited
  • Iridium communications
  • Thuraya telecommunications company
  • Hughes Network System
  • KVH Industries
  • Speedcast
  • NSSLGLOBAL
  • ORBCOMM and GTMARITIME

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  • North America (United States, Canada and Mexico)
  • Europe (Germany, France, UK, Russia, Italy and rest of Europe)
  • Asia Pacific (China, Japan, Korea, India, Southeast Asia and Australia)
  • South America (Brazil, Argentina, Colombia and rest of South America)
  • Middle East and Africa (Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, Egypt, South Africa and Rest of Middle East and Africa)
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Does hybrid working actually work? Previews of 30,000 emails https://metroresearch.org/does-hybrid-working-actually-work-previews-of-30000-emails/ Sat, 03 Sep 2022 05:59:06 +0000 https://metroresearch.org/does-hybrid-working-actually-work-previews-of-30000-emails/ The first COVID-19 lockdowns sparked a controversial debate raging in the workplace: Can businesses thrive if employees continue to work remotely? Skeptical CEOs, such as Goldman Sachs and Starbucks executives, say they need full-time office workers to foster a collaborative environment. At the other extreme: companies like 3M, SAP and Twitter allow many employees to […]]]>

The first COVID-19 lockdowns sparked a controversial debate raging in the workplace: Can businesses thrive if employees continue to work remotely?

Skeptical CEOs, such as Goldman Sachs and Starbucks executives, say they need full-time office workers to foster a collaborative environment. At the other extreme: companies like 3M, SAP and Twitter allow many employees to work from anywhere. Caught in between: employees leaving inflexible jobs as part of the “big quit” and new hires feeling adrift without regular contact.

“Hybrid schedules in which employees roughly split their work weeks between home and the office seem to work best.”

The ideal solution, according to a new working paper, could be a compromise: Hybrid schedules in which employees roughly split their work weeks between home and the office seem to work better. These schedules allow for a good mix of flexibility and engagement that not only makes employees happier, but also more productive and creative, which translates into higher quality work, according to the study.

“There seems to be a middle ground,” says Prithwiraj Choudhury, Lumry family associate professor of business administration at Harvard Business School.

In the first study of its kind, Choudhury analyzed more than 30,000 emails sent to colleagues experimenting with various working arrangements during the 2020 COVID pandemic. He teamed up with Tarun Khanna, Professor Jorge Paulo Lemann at HBS, HBS PhD student Kyle Schirmann and Christos Makridis from Stanford University and Columbia Business School.

Emails Reveal Quality of Work

Choudhury and his colleagues conducted a field experiment involving 130 human resource administrators at BRAC, the world’s largest nongovernmental organization, based in Bangladesh. The experiment took place in the summer of 2020, at the end of the nationwide COVID-19 lockdown.

Researchers studied employee emails and attachments before and over a nine-week period using machine learning and textual analysis. They supplemented their analysis of the e-mails with qualitative surveys of the employees involved in the study and their respective managers.

Employees were randomly assigned, via a lottery, to certain days when they would work in the office. Choudhury and his team then divided the participating HR workers into three groups based on how they divided their time between home and the office. The mostly home group went to the office for up to eight days during the study period. Hybrid workers spent nine to 14 days in the office, and the mostly office cohort worked more than 15 days in the office.

Employees responded to surveys that gauged their sense of satisfaction with their various work arrangements. During this time, their supervisors rated worker productivity on a seven-point scale ranging from “unsatisfactory” to “excellent” in categories such as ability, cooperation, job knowledge, creativity, productivity and quality of work.

Hybrid is the right balance

In all three categories (number of emails sent, work-from-home satisfaction, and quality of work product), members of the hybrid group outperformed their peers.

“The new working paper may be the first to generate data on the impact of hybrid work schedules on corporate communication patterns and work quality.”

Hybrid work resulted in 0.8 more emails sent per day, and office work resulted in an increase of 0.5, compared to the group that mostly worked from home. Additionally, hybrid working is associated with a 58% increase in unique email recipients compared to those who work primarily from home, a metric that indicates workers in the hybrid category had email networks broader intra-organizational ones.

That’s important, given concerns that remote work could lead to siled messaging networks, a pattern that could affect collaboration and innovation. Hybrid category workers also produced more emails and attachments, with novelty measured using text and machine learning methods.

For employees, the paper says, “hybrid working could represent the best of both worlds.” Worker surveys conducted at the end of the experiment revealed that hybrid employees were more satisfied with working from home, better work-life balance and lower isolation compared to the other two groups.

“If you’re in the middle group, you get the most flexibility without having the costs of isolation from your colleagues,” says Choudhury.

The results may also be good news for employers: work has not suffered from flexible hours; In fact, just the opposite. The results showed that the hybrid workers produced more new work than the other two groups, with managers subjectively evaluating their work as being of higher quality than the others.

Choudhury notes that the new working paper may be the first to generate data on the impact of hybrid work schedules on business communication patterns and work quality, but warns that more work needs to be done to flesh out the results.

More proof that “work from anywhere” works

Choudhury, who studies the future of work, had conducted numerous studies of remote working long before the pandemic forced companies into a giant hands-on experiment against their will.

“His research points to a highly productive and happier world of work where flexibility could become the rule rather than the exception.”

The results of the BRAC experiment follow Choudhury’s separate study from the US Patent and Trademark Office. This research found that patent examiners able to “work from anywhere” examined 4.4% more patent applications, without a significant increase in rework or deterioration in quality. The results of the study suggest that reviewers may have struggled to produce quality work the first time around while maintaining close contact with managers.

Choudhury has also studied remote and hybrid work policies at several organizations, including Tata Consultancy Services, Tulsa Remote, GitLab, Zapier and MobSquad.

His research points to a highly productive and happier world of work where flexibility could become the rule rather than the exception. He cites Indian tech giant TCS, which recently announced that employees should only be in the office 25% of the time, and that days may differ from group to group.

“It doesn’t mean you have to be in the office every week,” he says. “The guiding principle is that the team decides the colocation schedule.”

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Corporate communication on sustainable development in Japan https://metroresearch.org/corporate-communication-on-sustainable-development-in-japan/ Thu, 01 Sep 2022 07:19:23 +0000 https://metroresearch.org/corporate-communication-on-sustainable-development-in-japan/

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Nikkei Research’s brand strategy survey revealed insights into the current state of Japanese corporate sustainability communications.

Data from Nikkei Research’s brand strategy survey revealed the current status of some notable Japanese companies with regards to their sustainability communications.

Toyota Motor Corporation was considered the first company to carry out activities related to the SDGs. The results show that nearly half of people recognize Toyota’s SDG activities.
Others in the top 10 were Starbucks Coffee, Honda, Suntory, Nissan, Sony Group, UNIQLO, Panasonic, Hitachi and Kao.

By publicizing the SDG initiatives, this will have a positive effect on brand penetration and loyalty. For example, “empathy for company attitude, activities, and mindset” showed a large gap between people who are knowledgeable about the brand’s activities and those who are not.

It has also been discovered that depending on whether a person is aware of the activities or not, certain perceptions towards the company differ greatly. Recognition of brand SDG-related activities improves beyond mere popularity (name recognition), but also perceptions such as “reliability”, “exceptional technology and craftsmanship”.

To spread recognition and understanding of SDG-related activities, we believe the following three elements are important when communicating; (1) touchpoints, (2) target and (3) content.

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Touchpoints differ from company to company and this can be considered a hallmark of every brand. For example, Toyota has ‘TV/Radio Ads’, ‘Purchase/Use’ and ‘Online News Articles’ as the main channels of awareness. On the other hand, Starbucks Coffee Japan has “purchase/use” and “in-store” as its main link, while also being relatively strong with “social media”. Suntory offers a balanced media mix of “purchase/use”, “ads” and “in-store”.

The results also indicate that the target and the content form a whole. To cultivate a good understanding of the brand’s SDG-related initiatives, detailed information is necessary, but for people to fully absorb this content, it is essential to target a specific level and experienced professionals, rather than employees or consumers. in general.
It is essential to approach industry leaders or people involved in SDG initiatives, otherwise you will not have a good and correct understanding of your activities. In addition, it will be effective for faster penetration.

Through our ability to access Nikkei subscribers – 10 million members who have signed up for Nikkei Group services – we are able to reach top professionals who have deep knowledge of sustainability issues. Nearly two-thirds of them are executives or higher, and half of them work in large companies (more than 1,000 employees). They are very familiar with terms such as ‘SDG’, ‘ESG’ and ‘carbon neutral’, where many engage or relate to sustainability and other activities within their company.

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