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    LAVAL, Québec, Dec. 17, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Savaria Corporation (“Savaria”) (TSX:SIS) one of the global leaders in the accessibility industry, declared on December 17th a dividend of 3.5 cents ($0.035) per common share, in accordance with its monthly dividend policy, payable on January 11, 2019 to shareholders of record of the Corporation at the close of business on December 28, 2018. This is an eligible dividend within the meaning of the Income Tax Act.*About Savaria Corporation*

    Savaria Corporation (savaria.com) is one of the global leaders in the accessibility industry. It provides accessibility solutions for the physically challenged to increase their comfort, their mobility and their independence. Its product line is one of the most comprehensive on the market. Savaria designs, manufactures, distributes and installs accessibility equipment, such as stairlifts for straight and curved stairs, vertical and inclined wheelchair lifts, elevators for home and commercial use, as well as ceiling lifts. It also manufactures and markets a comprehensive selection of pressure management products for the medical market, medical beds for the long-term care market, mattress overlays and foam pillows for the retail market and certain products for the industrial market. In addition, Savaria converts and adapts vehicles to be wheelchair accessible. Savaria records approximately 75% of its revenue outside of Canada, primarily in the United States. It operates a sales network of some 500 dealers worldwide and 28 direct sales offices in North America, Europe (Switzerland, Germany, Italy, Czech Republic and Poland), Australia and China. Savaria employs approximately 1,400 people globally and its plants are located in Canada: Laval and Magog (Québec), Brampton, Beamsville and Toronto (Ontario) and Surrey (British Columbia), in the United States at Greenville (South Carolina), in Huizhou (China) and in Milan (Italy).

    *For further information*: * *
    Marcel Bourassa
    Chairman, President and
    Chief Executive Officer
    1-800-661-5112
    marcel.bourassa@savaria.com
    Hélène Bernier, CPA, CA
    Vice President, Finance
    1-800-931-5655, ext. 248
    helene.bernier@savaria.com 
      * *
    www.savaria.com 
    Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/savariabettermobility 
    Twitter: https://twitter.com/Mobilityforlife  * * Reported by GlobeNewswire 6 hours ago.

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    Dublin, Dec. 17, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The "Water Meter Report Ed 2 2019: Utility Meters, C&I Meters, Bulk Meters, Residential Meters, Digitisation, Blockchain, AMI and AMR Sub Meters" report has been added to *ResearchAndMarkets.com's* offering.Smart water meters, both AMI and AMR, after a slow start, are taking off in the water sector. The smart share in total revenue has increased from 22% in 2012 to 41% in 2018, and the share of C&I and bulk meters has decreased from 35% to 30%. This does not mean that the C&I sent is in decline, it has grown by 20% during the same period. These trends are plotted with market commentary.

    *The market is analysed by meter type with the base year 2018 and forecast to 2022 by country by these categories of water meter:*

    · Residential Billing 15-25 mm
    · Prepayment meters
    · Sub meters.
    · AMI/AMR Meters.
    · Apartment/Small Commercial Building Meters > 25-50 mm.
    · ICI Industrial Commercial Institutional Meters 5-100 mm.
    · Bulk Transfer/Custody Transfer Meters > 300 mm.
    · Network Management (Non-custodial) Meters > 300 mm.

    National residential meter practices showed by country: volumetric/velocimetric meters, meter class A to D.

    Digitisation and blockchain offer game-changing advances in the ability to control resources, manage utility businesses and operate smart networks.

    *The growth, composition and legal status of the water supply industries of the major countries outlined. (including small countries with national smart rollouts):*

    · Europe - France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Malta, Netherlands, Poland, Spain, Turkey, United Kingdom
    · CIS - Russia, Ukraine
    · Middle East & Africa - Algeria, Egypt, Morocco, Tunisia, South Africa
    · Asia Pacific - Australia, China, India, Indonesia, Japan, Korea, Malaysia, Philippines, Taiwan, Thailand
    · North America - United States, Canada
    · Central America - Mexico
    · South America - Argentina, Brazil

    Sub-metering is growing in importance - countries, legislation, metering services, vendors,

    Profiles and market shares of the leading water meter vendors, Elster, Itron, Sensus, Badger, Arad, Neptune, Diehl, Aclara.

    Profiles of sub meter service companies: Techem, ista, Minol Brunata Zenner.

    AMI/AMR vendor technologies profiled: Aclara Star AMI Technology, Sensus FlexNet AMI Technology, Badger Beacon Automated Metering Analytics, Mueller MiNet AMI System, Elster Falcon PR and PR& Registers, Itron Choice Connect AMI, Neptune R450 TW AMI, Arad Group Dialog 3G, and Kamstrup AMI.

    With many small players, 50,000 in the United States, the water supply industry is fragmented, conservative and risk-averse. The utilities are slow to embrace new technology. Smart metering is making the most progress in countries with large utilities or management contractors to invest in technology, notably in France. The different country scenarios are outlined.

    Demand drivers in the water meter market are a combination of ever-expanding water connections, commercial pressures, water depletion and growing demand for water, flooding and drought, industrial growth and improving living conditions, and growing awareness of water management. These are driving wider metering coverage and smart metering.

    Smart water metering is taking off, driven by an overriding imperative, leakage detection, which costs the global industry $39 billion a year in lost revenue The benefits accrue to the utilities more than to consumers. Customer billing & service, detection of pipe faults, asset management and modelling are also important drivers.

    *Key Topics Covered:**1. Water Consumers and the Water Meter Landscape *

    *2. Metering Categories*

    · Meter application
    · Measurement function - custody and non-custody metering
    · Accuracy classes of water meters - A, B, C and D
    · New meter classes

    *3. Residential Metering - Utility Meters and Sub-Meters*

    · Type of household
    · Residential and apartment level metering
    · Sub-metering
    · Residential sub-metering by region
    · North America
    · CIS countries

    * 4. Digitisation, Blockchain and Smart Grid Applications*

    · The main barriers to adopting digital technologies in water and wastewater utilities
    · Blockchain
    · The three levels of blockchain
    · Blockchain for digital water technologies
    · Smart Grid Applications
    · Wired Technologies
    · Power Line Communications (PLC),
    · Narrowband PLC (NB-PLC)
    · Broadband PLC (BB-PLC)
    · Digital Subscriber Line (DSL)
    · Fibre Optic Communications
    · Wireless Technologies
    · ZigBee
    · Cellular Technologies-GSM/GPRS-3G-LTE
    · WiMAX
    · Low Power Wide Area Network (LPWAN)
    · SigFox
    · LoRaWAN
    · NB-IoT
    · AMI Vendor Technologies
    · Aclara Star AMI Technology
    · Sensus FlexNet AMI Technology
    · Badger Beacon Automated Metering Analytics
    · Mueller MiNet AMI System
    · Itron Choice Connect AMI
    · Neptune R450 TW AMI
    · Arad Group Dialog 3G
    · Elster
    · Kamstrup
    · Blockchain
    · The three levels of blockchain
    · Blockchain for digital water technologies

    *5. Meter Trends and Demand Drivers*

    · Water withdrawals and consumption
    · Water efficiency
    · Sectoral consumption of water
    · Agriculture and irrigation
    · Industrial water consumption
    · Municipal/Domestic water consumption
    · Non Revenue Water (NRW) and Unaccounted for water (UFW)
    · New water connections
    · Replacement of meters
    · Intelligent metering
    · Prepayment meters

    *6. The Market For Water Meters In Europe*

    · European Union Legislation
    · Drinking Water Directive
    · Urban Waste Water Treatment Directive
    · The Water Framework Directive
    · Annual Meter Demand, Europe, 2012 - 2018

    * 7. The Market for Water Meters in The CIS*

    · Water supply
    · Water losses
    · Water metering in the USSR and the CIS

    *8. The Market For Water Meters In The Middle East *

    *9. North Africa*

    *10. The Market For Water Meters In Sub-Saharan Africa*

    · The regional Sub-Saharan picture
    · Water supply
    · Utility background
    · Pre-payment meters

    *11. The Market For Water Meters In Asia Pacific*

    *12. The Market For Water Meters In North America*

    · UNITED STATES
    · Water supply
    · Utility background
    · Regulatory environment
    · Federal regulation
    · State regulation
    · Regulation of meters
    · National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST)
    · National Conference on Weights and Measures (NCWM)
    · American Water Works Association (AWWA)
    · Meters
    · Sub meters
    · Smart meters
    · Meter market participants
    · CANADA
    · Water supply
    · Utility background
    · Regulatory environment
    · Metering
    · Meter market participants

    *13. The Water Meter Market In Central America*

    · Water supply
    · Utility background
    · MEXICO
    · Water supply
    · Utility background
    · Regulatory environment
    · Metering
    · Meter market participants

    *14. The Market For Water Meters In South America*

    *15. The Water Meter Vendors - Profiles And Market Shares*

    · Meter manufacturers
    · The global metering giants
    · Honeywell Elster
    · Itron
    · Sensus
    · Second tier global players
    · Diehl
    · Arad
    · Roper Neptune
    · Badger
    · Aclara
    · Regional and national market leaders
    · RBC Metering Services

    *16. The Household Count Of Piped Water Consumers*

    · Population counts
    · Average household size
    · Definition of a household
    · UK Statistics
    · US Census

    *17. Methodology*

    *18. Official Production And Trade Statistics*

    *19. Industry Interviews And Discussions *

    *20. Analysis** Companies Mentioned *· Aclara
    · Arad
    · Badger
    · Diehl
    · Honeywell Elster
    · Itron
    · Roper Neptune
    · Sensus

    For more information about this report visit https://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/6n8dmh/global_water?w=12

    Research and Markets also offers Custom Research services providing focused, comprehensive and tailored research.

    CONTACT:
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    Italian regulators launch crackdown on silly cryptocurrency scams Italian authorities have moved to protect local investors by temporarily banning the sale of two particularly dodgy cryptocurrency investments within the country for 90 days. In a special bulletin, the Commissione Nazionale per la Società e la Borsa (CONSOB) revealed a string of websites and Facebook pages it has restricted from selling potentially fake cryptocurrency projects, Bitsurge Tokens and Green Energy Certificates. CONSOB is much akin to the US Securities and Exchange Commission, and is Italy’s primary financial regulator. The Bitsurge scheme offers special “token contracts” that promise monthly returns. The system is apparently so lucrative that a $1,000 investment will see six…

    This story continues at The Next Web Reported by The Next Web 6 hours ago.

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    Dublin, Dec. 17, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The "Private LTE Market by Technology (FDD and TDD), Service (Managed Services, Integration & Deployment), Application (Public Safety, Logistics & Supply Chain Management), Industry (Energy & Utilities, Mining), and Region - Global Forecast to 2023" report has been added to *ResearchAndMarkets.com's* offering.The private LTE market size is expected to grow from USD 2.4 billion in 2018 to USD 4.5 billion by 2023, at a Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of 13% during the forecast period.

    The need for unique and defined network qualities and the convergence of 5G and private LTE are the major factors driving the growth of the private LTE market. However, the challenge of spectrum fragmentation could restrain the market growth.

    *Managed services segment to grow at the highest CAGR during the forecast period*

    The managed service providers connect people across all business functions and regions, and provide them with relevant information related to intelligent design, operations, and maintenance, as well as, offer a higher quality of services. Managed services in the private LTE market outsource a complete network or a part of it on a proactive management basis to improve the network operations and reduce the organizational expenses.

    As the private LTE market is in its initial phase, most of the vendors are not capable of providing a standalone solution and its associated services to the customers. This enforces them to manage few of the services from vendors who are expert in providing those to deliver the required services to the customers.

    *Americas to hold the largest market size, and APAC to grow at the highest rate during the forecast period*

    Americas is expected to have the highest share of the overall private LTE market. Americas holds a major portion in the adoption of private LTE in this region. Americas leads the LTE technology usage with around 94% penetration of 4G LTE connection.

    US and Canada are at the forefront as these countries have sustainable and well-established economies, which empower them to strongly invest in R&D activities, thereby contributing to the development of new technologies. Network operators in this region consistently invest in expanding and upgrading their LTE and LTE-advanced networks.

    Latin America primarily comprises countries such as Brazil, Mexico, Colombia, Chile, and Argentina. These countries have witnessed an extensive use of internet and mobile-based applications, and are expected to harness private LTE into their industrial and enterprise operations. In the Americas, the US is said to be leading the next generation of wireless technologies.

    The US is the global leader of LTE and is expected to grow aggressively in this technology due to recent government initiatives. The US government has announced the availability of the Citizens Broadband Radio Service (CBRS) band or Band 48 for commercial usage.

    Canada is another key country in this region which has been positive about the usage of private LTE technology in its business operations. Canada is rich in natural resources, which has prompted the growth of several large-scale mining and energy organizations. These business entities have been inclined toward implementing private LTE as a solution to establish critical communication for M2M and machine-to-human communications.

    APAC constitutes of major economies, such as Singapore, South Korea, Japan, China, India, and Australia. Japan, China, and Australia are essential for the growth of the private LTE market in this region. Japan and China are one of the largest manufacturing economies that produce automobiles, information technology products, and electronic products. Manufacturing paradigm has changed considerably with industry-seeking advanced technologies, such as robotics and big data analytics.

    The major vendors in the private LTE market are Nokia (Finland), Ericsson (Sweden), Huawei (China), NEC (Japan), Verizon (US), Cisco (US), Samsung (South Korea), Comba (China), Arris International (US), Sierra Wireless (Canada), NetNumber (US), Lemko (US), General Dynamics (US), Future Technologies (US), pdvWireless (US), Quortus (UK), Ambra Solutions (Canada), Zinwave (US), Redline Communications (Canada), Athonet (Italy), Mavenir (US), Star Solutions (Canada), Druid Software (Italy), Ursys (Australia), and Luminate Wireless (US).*Key Topics Covered**1 Introduction*
    1.1 Objectives of the Study
    1.2 Market Definition
    1.3 Market Scope
    1.4 Regions Covered
    1.5 Years Considered for the Study
    1.6 Currency Considered
    1.7 Stakeholders

    *2 Research Methodology*
    2.1 Research Data
    2.1.1 Secondary Data
    2.1.2 Primary Data
    2.1.2.1 Breakup of Primaries
    2.1.2.2 Key Industry Insights
    2.2 Market Breakup and Data Triangulation
    2.3 Market Size Estimation
    2.3.1 Bottom-Up Approach
    2.3.2 Top-Down Approach
    2.4 Assumptions for the Study
    2.5 Limitations of the Study

    *3 Executive Summary*

    *4 Premium Insights*
    4.1 Attractive Opportunities in the Private LTE Market
    4.2 Market: Top 3 Industries and Regions
    4.3 Market, By Region
    4.4 Market: Investment Scenario

    *5 Market Overview*
    5.1 Introduction
    5.1.1 Drivers
    5.1.1.1 Need for Unique and Defined Network Qualities
    5.1.1.2 Convergence of 5g and Private LTE
    5.1.2 Restraints
    5.1.2.1 Challenge of Spectrum Fragmentation
    5.1.3 Opportunities
    5.1.3.1 Opportunities in Industrial and Commercial IoT
    5.1.3.2 Rise in Adoption of Mobile Robotics and Machine Learning
    5.1.4 Challenges
    5.1.4.1 High Initial Cost of Deployment
    5.2 Use Cases
    5.2.1 Energy and Utilities
    5.2.1.1 Nokia
    5.2.1.2 Cisco
    5.2.2 Mining
    5.2.2.1 Challenge Network
    5.2.2.2 Ericsson
    5.2.3 Smart Ports
    5.2.3.1 Nokia
    5.3 Cbrs Spectrum Enablement for Private LTE
    5.4 LTE Networks Launched Globally

    *6 Private LTE Market, By Technology*
    6.1 Introduction
    6.2 Frequency Division Duplex
    6.2.1 Need for Better Network Over Greater Distances to Lead to the Growth of Frequency Division Duplex Technology
    6.3 Time Division Duplex
    6.3.1 Increasing Demand for High-Speed Mobile Broadband Access to Drive the Growth of Time Division Duplex Technology

    *7 Market, By Service*
    7.1 Introduction
    7.2 Consulting
    7.2.1 Need for Awareness of Private LTE to Fuel the Growth of Consulting Services
    7.3 Integration and Deployment
    7.3.1 Need for Managing Multiple Applications on Common Network to Drive the Growth of Integration and Deployment Services
    7.4 Support and Maintenance
    7.4.1 Network Testing
    7.4.1.1 Need for Maintaining Quality and Functionality of Network to Drive the Growth of Network Testing Services
    7.4.2 LTE Device Testing
    7.4.2.1 Critical Need for Seamless and High-Quality Voice and Data Network to Drive the Growth of LTE Device Testing Services
    7.5 Managed Services
    7.5.1 Network Planning
    7.5.1.1 Need for High-Quality and Cost-Efficient Private LTE Network to Fuel the Growth of Network Planning Services
    7.5.2 Network Orchestration
    7.5.2.1 Need for Managing Network Behavior to Drive the Growth of Network Orchestration Services

    *8 Market, By Application*
    8.1 Introduction
    8.2 Public Safety
    8.2.1 Real-Time Streaming
    8.2.1.1 Growing Use of Smart Applications and Devices in Industries to Increase the Critical Need for Private LTE Network in the Real-Time Streaming Application
    8.2.2 Smart Devices Network Monitoring
    8.2.2.1 Critical Need for Managing the Smart Devices to Drive the Growth of Smart Devices Network Monitoring Services
    8.2.3 Multimedia
    8.2.3.1 Rising Demand for Enhanced Bandwidth and High Speed to Fuel the Growth of Multimedia Services
    8.3 Logistics and Supply Chain Management
    8.3.1 Rising Demand for Robotics and Smart Machines in the Manufacturing Industry to Drive the Growth of Private LTE Market
    8.4 Asset Management
    8.4.1 Critical Need of Managing Network for Seamless Asset Management to Drive the Growth of Market

    *9 Market, By Industry*
    9.1 Introduction
    9.2 Mining
    9.2.1 Critical Need of Dedicated Network for Automation, Remote Monitoring, and Real-Time Asset Management to Drive the Growth of Private LTE in the Mining Industry
    9.3 Energy and Utilities
    9.3.1 Need for Critical Connectivity to Fuel the Growth of Private LTE in the Energy and Utilities Industry
    9.4 Manufacturing
    9.4.1 Increasing Use of Smart Machines and Robotics to Drive the Growth of Private LTE in the Manufacturing Industry
    9.5 Transportation
    9.5.1 Need for Communication Connectivity to Drive the Growth of Private LTE in the Transportation Industry
    9.6 Defense
    9.6.1 Critical Need for High-Speed Voice and Data Communication to Drive the Growth of Private LTE in the Defense Industry
    9.7 Healthcare
    9.7.1 Need of Managing Network for Medical Equipment to Drive the Growth of Private LTE in the Healthcare Industry

    *10 Market, By Region*
    10.1 Introduction
    10.2 Americas
    10.2.1 United States
    10.2.1.1 Technical Initiatives and Strong R&D in the Telecom Industry to Fuel the Growth of Private LTE in the United States
    10.2.2 Canada
    10.2.2.1 Adoption of High-End Technology in Various Industries to Drive the Growth of Private LTE in Canada
    10.3 Asia Pacific
    10.3.1 Japan
    10.3.1.1 Strong Investment Initiatives in the Telecom Industry to Drive the Growth of Private LTE in Japan
    10.3.2 China
    10.3.2.1 Adoption of M2m and IoT Technologies in Different Industries to Fuel the Growth of Private LTE in China
    10.3.3 Australia
    10.3.3.1 Adoption of Technologies in the Mining Industry to Drive the Demand for Private LTE in Australia
    10.4 Europe
    10.4.1 United Kingdom
    10.4.1.1 Early Adoption of Technology in Various Industries to Drive the Growth of Private LTE in the United Kingdom
    10.4.2 Germany
    10.4.2.1 Heavy Adoption of Technologies in the Manufacturing Industry to Increase the Demand for Private LTE in Germany
    10.5 Middle East and Africa
    10.5.1 United Arab Emirates
    10.5.1.1 Critical Need of Communication Connectivity in the Oil and Gas Industry to Increase the Demand for Private LTE in the United Arab Emirates
    10.5.2 Saudi Arabia
    10.5.2.1 Rise in the Adoption of Technology in the Oil and Gas Industry to Fuel the Growth of Private LTE in Saudi Arabia

    *11 Competitive Landscape*
    11.1 Overview
    11.2 Market Ranking
    11.3 Competitive Scenario
    11.3.1 New Product Launches and Enhancements
    11.3.2 Partnerships, Collaborations, and Agreements
    11.3.3 Mergers and Acquisitions

    *12 Company Profiles*
    12.1 Nokia
    12.2 Ericsson
    12.3 Huawei
    12.4 NEC
    12.5 Verizon
    12.6 Cisco
    12.7 Samsung
    12.8 Comba
    12.9 Arris International
    12.1 Sierra Wireless
    12.11 Netnumber
    12.12 Lemko
    12.13 General Dynamics
    12.14 Future Technologies
    12.15 Pdvwireless
    12.16 Quortus
    12.17 Ambra Solutions
    12.18 Zinwave
    12.19 Redline Communications
    12.2 Athonet
    12.21 Mavenir
    12.22 Star Solutions
    12.23 Druid Software
    12.24 Ursys
    12.25 Luminate WirelessFor more information about this report visit https://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/lgfpz8/the_worldwide?w=12

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    Related Topics: Computing Services, 4G and 5G Reported by GlobeNewswire 6 hours ago.

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    SELVA DI VAL GARDENA, Italy (AP) — The skier-snowboarder who stunned just about everyone by winning the Olympic super-G in February is finding her groove again.Ester Ledecka led the second training session for a World Cup downhill... Reported by New Zealand Herald 6 hours ago.

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    Dublin, Dec. 17, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The "Europe Wi-Fi Analytics Market By Component (Solutions and Services), By Deployment Type (On-Premise and Cloud), By Location (Indoor and Outdoor), By Application, By Industry, By Country, Competition Forecast & Opportunities, 2013-2023" report has been added to *ResearchAndMarkets.com's* offering.

    Europe Wi-Fi analytics market is projected to grow at a CAGR of more than 27% during the forecast period, on the back of growth in e-commerce retail market and increasing adoption of new and advanced technologies.

    Growing digital transformation initiatives, increasing spending on big data and analytics by various governments, surging IoT adoption across various industries, and increasing acceptance of shared data ecosystem concept across various retail stores, enterprises, etc., are among the key factors expected to positively influence the region's Wi-Fi analytics market during the forecast period.

    *Europe Wi-Fi Analytics Market, 2013-2023 discusses the following aspects of Wi-Fi Analytics market in Europe:*

    · Wi-Fi Analytics Market Size, Share & Forecast
    · Segmental Analysis - By Component (Solutions and Services), By Deployment Type (On-Premise and Cloud), By Location (Indoor and Outdoor), By Application, By Industry, By Country
    · Competitive Analysis
    · Changing Market Trends & Emerging Opportunities

    *Why You Should Buy This Report?*

    · To gain an in-depth understanding of Wi-Fi Analytics in Europe
    · To identify the on-going trends and anticipated growth in the next five years
    · To help industry consultants, Wi-Fi Analytics distributors and other stakeholders align their market-centric strategies
    · To obtain research-based business decisions and add weight to presentations and marketing material
    · To gain competitive knowledge of leading market players
    · To avail of 10% customization in the report without any extra charges and get the research data or trends added in the report as per the buyer's specific needs

    *Key Topics Covered:*

    *1. Product Overview*

    *2. Research Methodology*

    *3. Analyst View*

    *4. Global Wi-Fi Analytics Market Overview*

    *5. Europe Wi-Fi Analytics Market Landscape*

    *6. Europe Wi-Fi Analytics Market Outlook*
    6.1. Market Size & Forecast
    6.1.1. By Value
    6.2. Market Share & Forecast
    6.2.1. By Component (Solutions and Services)
    6.2.1.1. By Solutions (Wi-Fi Based Location Analytics Solution & Wi-Fi Based Indoor Positioning Systems)
    6.2.1.2. By Services (Professional Services and Managed Services)
    6.2.2. By Deployment Type (On-Premise and Cloud)
    6.2.3. By Location (Indoor and Outdoor)
    6.2.4. By Application (Footfall Analytics, Customer Engagement, Customer Experience Management, Customer Behavior Analytics & Customer Loyalty Management)
    6.2.5. By Industry (Retail, Government & Transportation, Media & Sport, Hospitality and Others)
    6.2.6. By Country

    *7. United Kingdom Wi-Fi Analytics Market Outlook*
    7.1. Market Size & Forecast
    7.1.1. By Value
    7.2. Market Share & Forecast
    7.2.1. By Location
    7.2.2. By Industry

    *8. Germany Wi-Fi Analytics Market Outlook*
    8.1. Market Size & Forecast
    8.1.1. By Value
    8.2. Market Share & Forecast
    8.2.1. By Location
    8.2.2. By Industry

    *9. France Wi-Fi Analytics Market Outlook*
    9.1. Market Size & Forecast
    9.1.1. By Value
    9.2. Market Share & Forecast
    9.2.1. By Location
    9.2.2. By Industry

    *10. Italy Wi-Fi Analytics Market Outlook*
    10.1. Market Size & Forecast
    10.1.1. By Value
    10.2. Market Share & Forecast
    10.2.1. By Location
    10.2.2. By Industry

    *11. Spain Wi-Fi Analytics Market Outlook*
    11.1. Market Size & Forecast
    11.1.1. By Value
    11.2. Market Share & Forecast
    11.2.1. By Location
    11.2.2. By Industry

    *12. Market Dynamics*
    12.1. Drivers
    12.2. Challenges

    *13. Market Trends & Developments*

    *14. Competitive Landscape*
    14.1. Cisco Systems, Inc.
    14.2. Hewlett Packard Enterprise Company
    14.3. Fortinet, Inc.
    14.4. ARRIS INTERNATIONAL PLC
    14.5. Cloud4Wi, Inc.
    14.6. Purple Wi-Fi
    14.7. Skyfii Limited

    *15. Strategic Recommendations

    * For more information about this report visit https://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/kr7jl2/europe_wifi?w=12

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    Related Topics: WiFi and WiMax Reported by GlobeNewswire 6 hours ago.

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                    Press release
    December 17, 2018, 6:00 pm

    *Solutions 30 reinforces its positioning for high-speed Internet and fiber-optic cabling in France and Spain*

          

     

    *Solutions 30, a leader in solutions for new technologies, has strengthened its position as a premier partner to the largest French and European operators. In Spain, the group has given new impetus to its growth dynamic due to favorable market conditions. Solutions 30 acquired 100% of the share capital of Spanish company Saltó Telecomunicaciones S.L., a top-tier partner of the Spanish telecom operator Masmovil, and 49% of the share capital of Grupo Magaez Telecomunicaciones, a top-tier partner of Vodafone in Spain. In France, the group has asserted its leadership by acquiring 100% of the share capital of Sotranasa, a company based in southern France that generated nearly €50 million in revenue in 2017 in the telecommunications and energy sector.*

    For Gianbeppi Fortis, chairman of Solutions 30’s executive board, “These new acquisitions enable us to strengthen our relationships with major French and international operators in the high-speed Internet and energy sectors. They allow us to be well positioned in market segments where there will be important growth opportunities in the future such as the deployment of 5G, the transition to sustainable energy, and the increased demand for connected objects in Europe.”

    *New growth dynamic in Spain*

    The group is experiencing renewed growth in Spain and now intends to strengthen its position with the country’s major operators. It aims now to grow both organically and through a targeted strategy of acquisitions in a very fragmented sector.

    By acquiring Saltó Telecomunicaciones S.L., Solutions 30 has expanded its offering and positioned itself alongside Masmovil, the fourth-largest telecom operator in the country. Saltó Telecomunicaciones S.L. employs 90 people and generates around €10 million in revenue in Catalonia and Aragon. It has been consolidated into Solutions 30’s accounts since the end of October 2018.

    The minority stake in Grupo Magaez Telecomunicaciones will allow Solutions 30 to work alongside an entity that generates €2 million in revenue from deploying fiber-optic cabling for Vodafone in Andalusia, Extremadura, Madrid, and Barcelona. This company will not be consolidated in the group’s accounts.

    *Continued market consolidation in France*

    In France, the group continues its strategy of market share gains and has increased its national coverage even more by acquiring 100% of Sotranasa’s share capital.

    Created in 1974, the Perpignan-based company generated €49.2 million in revenue in 2017. Present alongside the biggest telecom operators for more than 40 years and a pioneer in deploying fiber-optic cabling in France, Sotranasa has become a premier service provider for operators in the Southwest. The company has also been working in the energy sector since 2006 and notably holds contracts with Enedis (formerly ERDF) and GRDF.

    “By acquiring Sotranasa, Solutions 30  increases its presence in the South of France. This deal enables us not only to strengthen our position with telecom operators in the fiber-optic sector but also to expand our operations in the energy sector. With Sotranasa, Solutions 30 will unlock development opportunities in the fast-growing energy transition sector as the group’s new subsidiary has long-standing relationships with the main operators of energy distribution networks in France and is active in numerous renewable energy projects,” concludes Karim Rachedi, chief operating officer and board member of Solutions 30.

      

    *About Solutions 30 SE*

    The Solutions 30 Group is the European leader in solutions for new technologies. Its mission is to make the technological developments that are transforming our daily lives accessible to everyone, individuals and businesses alike. Yesterday, it was computers and the Internet. Today, it’s digital technology. Tomorrow, it will be technologies that make the world even more interconnected in real time. With more than 20 million call-outs carried out since it was founded and a network of more than 6,000 local technicians, Solutions 30 currently covers all of France, Italy, Germany, the Netherlands, Belgium, Luxembourg, and Spain. The share capital of Solutions 30 SE consists of 104,057,392 shares, equal to the number of theoretical votes that can be exercised.

    Solutions 30 SE is listed on Euronext Growth (ISIN FR0013379484 - code ALS30) as well as on
    the Frankfurt Stock Exchange and on electronic trading system XETRA  (FR0013379484 – code 30L2)
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    · PRESS RELEASE 17 DECEMBER 2018 Reported by GlobeNewswire 5 hours ago.

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    Rome, Italy, Dec 17, 2018 / 11:00 am (CNA/EWTN News).- Though it sits just steps from St. Peter’s Basilica, it goes unseen by the thousands of people that pass by every day. In a city of churches, it’s a church that can’t be found by accident, but must be sought out. And many do.

    It is St. Lawrence in Piscibus, a tiny and simple church from the 12th century, tucked behind buildings which make it undetectable from the main thoroughfare to St. Peter’s Basilica.

    The church has gone through many evolutions over the centuries. Eventually, it was deconsecrated and used as a study hall and sculptor’s studio, until in the 1980s Pope St. John Paul II asked that it be transformed into an international youth center.

    Today it has become the thriving Centro San Lorenzo, affectionately called the “Centro,” where young Romans, and those passing through on pilgrimage, can stop by for prayer, Mass, and other spiritual and social activities.

    As the events start up again after the summer break, now under the apostolate of the Shalom Catholic Community, the center has begun offering daily adoration and prayer for the successful work of the Synod of Bishops, taking place just minutes down the street inside the Vatican.

    The Center’s chaplain, Fr. Cristiano Pinheiro, said people of all kinds pass through the center and take part in a “chain of intercession,” that includes Shalom missionaries, young people, priests, and even bishops attending the synod.

    During the entire month of October 2018, the church held adoration of the Blessed Sacrament from 9:00 am to 5:30 pm Monday through Friday, followed by Mass at 6:00 pm; open to anyone who wanted to stop by. Two Saturdays of the month they also hosted a special program of prayer and fraternity.

    Archbishop Peter Comensoli of Melbourne, who was in Rome to take part in the youth synod as a bishop delegate, said he found the church through his connection with the Shalom community.

    “It’s a particularly beautiful church in my mind for an Italian church,” he told CNA. “It’s very plain and simple and the focus is directly on the Blessed Sacrament in the sanctuary area; it’s lovely.”

    “It’s wonderful that there are people just praying, just praying for what’s happening in the synod and the work that’s going on here. It’s a great gift,” he said.

    The San Lorenzo Center was founded by Pope St. John Paul II, who discovered the church of St. Lawrence in Piscibus – owned by the Vatican since 1941 – and thought it could be put to the service of youth. He reconsecrated the church with a special Mass in March 1983.

    A few years later, it also became the home of the original wooden cross of World Youth Day (begun in 1985) and an icon of Salus Populi Romani, a copy of the ancient painting which hangs in the Basilica of St. Mary Major, and depicts the Blessed Virgin Mary in her title as patroness of Rome.

    The small church also bears a San Damiano cross, a replica of the one hanging in the Basilica of St. Clare in Assisi, Italy, which is believed to be the cross St. Francis prayed before when he received the request from God to rebuild the Church.

    One manager of Centro San Lorenzo, Jhoanna Climacosa, 27, said she finds it a “true joy,” to serve in that place, which is “at the heart of the Church, at the heart of Rome, and through which pass many pilgrims from every part of the world.”

    Prior to its new life as a place of evangelization and welcome for pilgrims, especially youth, the church spent a few decades as a study center and the studio of artist Pericle Fazzini, who completed his large bronze sculpture of “the Resurrection” in 1977, and which stands at the back of the Vatican’s Pope Paul VI hall.

    The façade of St. Lawrence in Piscibus was hidden from sight when part of the area surrounding the Vatican, Rome’s Borgo neighborhood, was destroyed in the late 1930s to 1940s to construct the grand thoroughfare of Via della Conciliazione, which leads up to the main square and entrance to St. Peter’s Basilica.

    The church was preserved from demolition, but a large palazzo was built around it, marking the start of the Pio XII Square in the style of an ancient Greek “propylaea,” an architectural term which means a gateway building.

    After different renovations over the centuries, one which gave it an ornate Baroque design, for structural and financial reasons it was eventually returned to what is believed to be its original, bare-stone Romanesque appearance.

    Around the same years that John Paul II founded the Center, the Shalom Community was beginning in Brazil, though this is the first time their movement has been given the care of the youth center.

    Cristiano knew the place from years earlier, as a seminarian studying in Rome. “Somehow I always felt connected with the church,” he told CNA. “I never imagined I would come to work here and to evangelize here.” His first Mass in Rome, after being ordained in Brazil, was at the Center in 2015.

    “Now it’s a new time, a Kairos of the youth of the Church,” he said, referencing a Greek word which means “opportunity,” or “a propitious moment for decision or action.”

    “We feel honored and we feel called by God to be at the service of the Church exactly at this time,” he said, explaining that he believes there is “a very difficult spiritual war taking place right now.”

    “With the scandals and difficulties, God’s Enemy doesn’t want to see this Kairos happening in the Church. So, we need to fight against it, which we do by praying,” he stated.

     

    This article was originally published on CNA Oct. 11, 2018. Reported by CNA 5 hours ago.

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    Citing sources close to the matter, Reuters recently reported that Italy would cut the 2019 GDP growth forecast to 1% from 1.5% as part of the revised budget plan. Additionally, Italian economy minister Tria's spokeswoman recently told reporters that Tria hoped to agree to a budget deal with the EU Commission this evening. Reported by FXstreet.com 4 hours ago.

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    VANCOUVER, British Columbia, Dec. 17, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- *The Yield Growth Corp. (CSE:BOSS, C.BOSS)*, is pleased to announce that it has appointed Mr. Thomas Bond to the Yield Growth Board of Directors and appointed him as Chairman of the Board of Urban Juve Provisions Inc., which is 100% owned by Yield Growth.Thomas Bond has over 35 years experience partnering with entrepreneur businesses to build and deliver the operational and financial infrastructure to support annual double-digit revenue growth.  During that time, he has held C-level financial and operational positions with companies engaged in cosmetics, apparel, and construction including M.A.C Cosmetics, Cover FX Skin Care and Tridel.

    Thomas was with M.A.C Cosmetics from 1993 until its sale to Estee Lauder in 1999. He started as the CFO and in 1994 the COO role was added to his portfolio. From 1993 to 1999, annual revenues at M.A.C Cosmetics grew from $12 million to over $300 million.  His achievements included building an executive team that could support the growth objectives, opening M.A.C owned retail stores, diversifying the business geographically by expanding into the U.K., France, Italy and Hong Kong, and mitigating the retailer concentration risk in the U.S. by adding distribution agreements with a number of major department stores.  He was personally responsible for leading the discussions with Estee Lauder and negotiating the final sale agreement. After the acquisition, he continued to provide full time consultant services to M.A.C Cosmetics until 2002.

    M.A.C Cosmetics is named one of the top three global makeup brands, with an annual turnover of over $1 billion and 500 independent stores.  M.A.C Cosmetics is headquartered in New York City and became part of the Estée Lauder Companies in 1998.  The Estée Lauder Companies reported net sales of $13.68 billion for fiscal year 2018.

    After M.A.C Cosmetics, Thomas joined Cover FX Skin Care Inc., a startup cosmetics company based in Toronto, as a shareholder and the CFO and COO.  During his tenure, Cover FX expanded rapidly by entering into agreements with Shoppers Drug Mart, Sephora in the U.S., and Harvey Nichols in the U.K.  In order to accelerate the rate of growth additional capital was required, so in 2011 a controlling interest was sold to L. Catterton, the largest and most experienced consumer-focused private equity company in the world.  Today, Cover FX products are being distributed in 1875 stores in Canada, the U.S., U.K., the Middle East, Australia, India, Malaysia, Indonesia, Singapore, Thailand and Latin America.  From April 2013 to the present, Thomas has consulted with the CFO Centre Canada and for four of those years provided CFO/COO consulting to a company in the apparel industry owned by Birch Hill Equity Partners.

    Thomas holds an MBA from the Rotman School of Business at the University of Toronto and is a CPA. C.A.

    In addition to his appointment as a Director of Yield Growth, he has also been appointed to its Audit Committee and Compensation Committee effective today.

    "Thomas is an excellent addition to what is already an exceptional team with big company depth," says Penny Green, CEO of the Yield Growth Corp. "Thomas brings extensive financial, operational, and strategic experience. This, combined with his deep knowledge of the cosmetics industry and experience scaling high-growth companies, will be a huge asset to both Yield Growth and Urban Juve."

    *About The Yield Growth Corp. & Urban Juve*

    The Yield Growth Corp. is a diverse team of business executives dedicated to rapid, sustainable financial growth for businesses with viable models for success. The team’s experience spans across venture capital, international investor relations, licensing, intellectual property strategies, and corporate governance best practices in North America. Its directors and officers have experience at multi-billion dollar international companies including M.A.C Cosmetics, Aritzia, Skechers, Pepsi and Coca-Cola.  Yield Growth owns 100% of Urban Juve Provisions Inc., which has a catalogue of over 50 wellness formulas.  Urban Juve is the organic synthesis of ancient knowledge and modern techniques. Ayurvedic knowledge delineates three general categories or skin types, which Urban Juve has translated as Vitalize, Balance and Align, each with its own dedicated range of skin and body care formulations.  Urban Juve has registered for sale with Health Canada 26 products containing cannabis sativa hemp oil and has filed 11 provisional patent applications in the United States.  Urban Juve’s products are sold in Canada, with distribution agreements signed for the United States and Italy.

    *For more information *about Yield Growth, please visit www.yieldgrowth.com or follow on Instagram @yieldgrowth.

    Visit www.urbanjuve.com and #findyourjuve to learn, engage and shop.

    A photo accompanying this announcement is available at http://www.globenewswire.com/NewsRoom/AttachmentNg/a59aa647-0e70-4840-ae15-4f4c3a83fc43

    *Investor Relations Contact*
    Kristina Pillon
    invest@yieldgrowth.com
    1-833-514-*BOSS*   1-833-514-2677
    1-833-515-*BOSS*   1-833-515-2677

    The Canadian Securities Exchange has not reviewed, approved or disapproved the content of this news release.

    Cautionary Statement Regarding Forward-Looking Statements

    This press release includes forward-looking information and statements (collectively, “forward looking statements”) under applicable Canadian securities legislation.  Forward-looking statements are necessarily based upon a number of estimates, forecasts, beliefs and assumptions that, while considered reasonable, are subject to known and unknown risks, uncertainties, and other factors which may cause the actual results and future events to differ materially from those expressed or implied by such forward-looking statements.  Such risks, uncertainties and factors include, but are not limited to: risks related to the development, testing, licensing, intellectual property protection, and sale of, and demand for, Urban Juve products, general business, economic, competitive, political and social uncertainties, delay or failure to receive board or regulatory approvals where applicable, and the state of the capital markets.  Yield Growth cautions readers not to place undue reliance on forward-looking statements provided by Yield Growth, as such forward-looking statements are not a guarantee of future results or performance and actual results may differ materially.  The forward-looking statements contained in this press release are made as of the date of this press release, and Yield Growth expressly disclaims any obligation to update or alter statements containing any forward-looking information, or the factors or assumptions underlying them, whether as a result of new information, future events or otherwise, except as required by law. Reported by GlobeNewswire 4 hours ago.

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    LA VILLA, Italy (AP) — Marcel Hirscher extended his dominance in Alta Badia by winning a parallel giant slalom night race on Monday and tied fellow Austrian Annemarie Moser-Proell for third on the World Cup's all-time wins list.Hirscher... Reported by New Zealand Herald 3 hours ago.

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    Italy said it hoped to clinch a deal with the European Commission later on Monday on its contested 2019 budget, hours after the government sent an amended version to Brussels. Reported by Reuters India 3 hours ago.

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    Analysts at Danske Bank, forecast EUR/CHF to trade at 1.12 in 1M and they see it moving gradually to 1.20 over the next year. 

    *Key Quotes: *

    “The Swiss National Bank (SNB) delivered no surprises at its December meeting and with little Swiss inflationary pressure still, it remains alert to any CHF appreciation from Italy and Brexit setbacks. The ECB’s gradual ‘normalisation’ process is a welcome move for the SNB, which has largely run out of policy tools.”

    “The ECB is not in a hurry and political risks still loom in Europe; this should keep EUR/CHF on the defensive short term. That said, we still see EUR/CHF in a gradual move back towards 1.20 in 12M. We have left our forecast profile unchanged and still look for EUR/CHF to trade at 1.12 in 1M, 1.13 in 3M, 1.16 in 6M and 1.20 in 12M.” Reported by FXstreet.com 2 hours ago.

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    ROME (AP) — Italy's interior minister says security is being beefed up at train stations and airports in the nation "after the terror attack in Strasbourg and in view of Christmas" holidays. Matteo Salvini also tweeted that there's "maximum alert for sensitive places like monuments and churches." He said the strategy was adopted at a meeting he led Monday of the National Committee for Public Order and Safety. Separately, Salvini described the level of security as "absolutely high on possible sensitive targets and Christmas markets." The attack near a Strasbourg, France, Christmas market last week left five people dead. Reported by SeattlePI.com 2 hours ago.

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    Italian police said on Monday they had arrested a 20-year-old Somali man suspected of having been a member of Islamic State and who had threatened to bomb churches in Italy, including St. Peter's Basilica in the Vatican. Reported by Reuters 1 hour ago.

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    GAITHERSBURG, Md., Dec. 17, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Emergent BioSolutions Inc. (NYSE:EBS) today announced that Health Canada has approved the company’s New Drug Submission (NDS) for its anthrax vaccine, BioThrax^® (Anthrax Vaccine Adsorbed). BioThrax is indicated for active immunization for the prevention of disease caused by Bacillus anthracis, in individuals 18 through 65 years of age, whose occupation or other activities place them at risk of exposure, regardless of the route of exposure. BioThrax is administered in a three-dose primary schedule (0, 1 and 6 months) with boosters at three-year intervals recommended thereafter. BioThrax was approved under the Extraordinary Use New Drug Regulations, which provide a regulatory pathway for products for which collecting clinical information for its intended use in humans is logistically or ethically not possible.“With the growing awareness of biological and chemical threats around the globe, Emergent is committed to partnering with allied governments and providing preparedness solutions to meet their national security needs,” said Abbey Jenkins, senior vice president and vaccines and anti-infectives business unit head, at Emergent BioSolutions. “We are pleased to receive Health Canada licensure of BioThrax, fulfilling our commitment to the Canadian government, and enabling future procurement of this critical medical countermeasure. We look forward to continuing our decades-long partnership in our quest to fulfill our mission – to protect and enhance life.”

    BioThrax is designated by Health Canada as an innovative drug giving it market exclusivity for eight years. Earlier this year, Emergent completed the Mutual Recognition Procedure for BioThrax expanding licensure of BioThrax in five European countries, namely, the U.K., Poland, France (marketed as BaciThrax), Italy, and the Netherlands, in addition to Germany, where BioThrax received market authorization in 2013.

    *About BioThrax*
    BioThrax is also licensed by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration for the active immunization for the prevention of disease caused by Bacillus anthracis in persons 18 through 65 years of age for both pre-exposure and post-exposure prophylactic use. Please follow links for full U.S. prescribing information and for full Canadian prescribing information in English or in French.

    BioThrax has also received market authorization from the Health Sciences Authority in Singapore and the Paul-Ehrlich Institut in Germany.

    Where approved in Europe, BioThrax is indicated for prevention of disease caused by Bacillus anthracis in adults at risk of exposure. BioThrax should be used in accordance with official recommendations, where available. BioThrax is administered in a three-dose primary schedule (0, 1 and 6 months) with boosters at three-year intervals recommended thereafter. Please follow link for full details of EU prescribing information.

    The safety and efficacy of BioThrax have not been established in pediatric or geriatric populations. Individuals are not considered protected until they have completed the three-dose primary immunization series. Vaccination with BioThrax may not protect all individuals.

    BioThrax is manufactured from a culture filtrate, made from a non-virulent strain of Bacillus anthracis. Over 14 million doses of BioThrax have been administered to more than three million individuals.

    *About Emergent BioSolutions*
    Emergent BioSolutions Inc. is a global life sciences company seeking to protect and enhance life by focusing on providing specialty products for civilian and military populations that address accidental, intentional, and naturally occurring public health threats. We aspire to be a Fortune 500 company recognized for protecting and enhancing life, driving innovation, and living our values. Additional information about the company may be found at www.emergentbiosolutions.com. Find us on LinkedIn and follow us on Twitter @emergentbiosolu and Instagram @life_at_emergent.

    *Investor Contact:*
    Robert G. Burrows
    Vice President, Investor Relations
    240-631-3280
    burrowsr@ebsi.com

    *Media Contact:*
    Lynn Kieffer
    Vice President, Corporate Communications
    240-631-3391
    KiefferL@ebsi.com

      Reported by GlobeNewswire 1 hour ago.

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