Lake County News,California – Governor announces the largest small business relief program in the nation

On Thursday, Gov. Gavin Newsom unveiled another component of his $100 billion California Comeback Plan: making historic investments in small business relief.

Gov. Newsom’s Plan expands the state’s COVID-19 Small Business Relief Grant program to a total of $4 billion, representing the largest such program in the entire country.

That’s in addition to Gov. Newsom’s $6.2 billion tax cut for those businesses hit hardest by the pandemic, the largest state tax cut of its kind in history.

“Our small businesses have faced unprecedented challenges over the past year, and we’re stepping up to meet the moment – making historic investments

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Report to Congress on Marine Corps’ Advanced Reconnaissance Vehicle Program

The following is the May 13, 2021, Congressional Research Service In Focus report, Marine Corps Advanced Reconnaissance Vehicle (ARV)

From the report

ARV Desired Operational Capabilities According to a Marine Corps May 2019 briefing to industry, some of the ARV’s desired operational capabilities include  an automatic medium-caliber cannon capable of delivering anti-personnel, anti-materiel, and anti-armor munitions on the move (such as the Army’s XM813 30 mm weapon system);  anti-armor capability to defeat close-in heavy armor threats;

  • precision-guided munitions (PGMs) to defeat threats beyond the engagement range of threat systems;
  • unmanned systems swarm capability to
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Computer Applied Sciences Program

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Innoviz Announces New Design Win With Leading Tier-1 Automotive Supplier For its Autonomous Shuttle Program

TEL AVIV, Israel, May 12, 2021 /PRNewswire/ —  Innoviz Technologies (NASDAQ: INVZ), a technology leader of high-performance, solid-state LiDAR sensors and perception software, was selected by a leading Tier-1 automotive supplier as the LiDAR provider for its multi-year autonomous shuttle program. Innoviz will provide its InnovizOne solid-state LiDAR units to the company for use on its shuttles, which are expected to become operational by the end of 2022 and change the face of transportation. The shuttles are expected to achieve level 4 autonomy, enable fully automated driving and be used to transport both passengers and cargo in various geo-fenced

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As Bicycle Riding Continues to Increase in Popularity, CDOT Expands “Learn to Ride” Program Offering Free Bike-Riding Classes for Adults


CHICAGO – The Chicago Department of Transportation (CDOT) announced that in response to the growing  interest in bicycle riding, it is expanding its “Learn to Ride” educational program for adults by adding more opportunities through an advanced level course, and also launching a new feature that will help adults “Learn to Commute.” This year’s first “Learn to Ride” class will be held June 1, and the public can sign up now for free classes taught by CDOT’s Streets Are For Everybody (SAFE) Ambassadors that are scheduled at three locations through the end of August. 

“With the growth of our 350-mile

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Textron Unveils New Prototype for Advance Reconnaissance Vehicle Program

JUST IN: Textron Unveils New Advanced Reconnaissance Vehicle Prototype

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Textron Systems announced on May 4 its new prototype vehicle — dubbed Cottonmouth — for the Marine Corps’ Advanced Reconnaissance Vehicle program.

The Advanced Reconnaissance Vehicle, or ARV, is intended to replace the service’s legacy Light Armored Vehicle-25, which is built by General Dynamics Land Systems and has been in use since the 1980s.

“As we understand it, the intent here is that the Marines want to replace their current fleet of … over 600 LAV-25s currently in service with up to 500 Advanced Reconnaissance Vehicles, said David Phillips,

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