Entire Nebraska Staff Visited Two More 4-Star Recruits This Week

first_imgNebraska takes on Colorado.LINCOLN, NE – SEPTEMBER 08: Head coach Scott Frost of the Nebraska Cornhuskers watches action against the Colorado Buffaloes at Memorial Stadium on September 8, 2018 in Lincoln, Nebraska. (Photo by Steven Branscombe/Getty Images)Don’t let Nebraska’s record this season fool you, the future is certainly bright for the Cornhuskers. Although the program isn’t bowl eligible this year, the coaching staff is doing an excellent job in the recruiting department.The entire Huskers staff visited four-star defensive end Ty Robinson and four-star safety Noa Pola-Gates. With 22 commits already in its pocket, Nebraska continues to pursue talent for its defense.Robinson is listed as the No. 16 strong-side defensive end and Pola-Gates is considered the No. 18 defensive back in the class of 2019, according to 247Sports. The two blue chip players are both among the top five recruits in Arizona this year.Adding these two recruits would certainly help an already strong recruiting class, which is among the best in the Big Ten.Husker head coach Scott Frost and most of the staff are expected in the Phoenix area today where they will visit a pair of key targets in four-star defensive end Ty Robinson (Higley High) and defensive back Noa Pola-Gates (Williams Field). https://t.co/kgGA2MBeSx— Husker Extra (@huskerextra) December 13, 2018The final six games of the regular season were encouraging for the Cornhuskers, and this latest recruiting update just generates more optimism for the fans in Lincoln.It’ll be interesting to see if Nebraska can land either four-star recruit before the early signing period closes on Dec. 21.Stay tuned.[Lincoln Journal-Star]last_img read more

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New Leica GeoMoS allows multiple simultaneous project monitoring

first_imgThe new Leica GeoMoS version 6.2 comes with the newly updated GeoMoS Monitor 6.2, which allows management of data collection and computation for multiple monitoring projects at the same time. Active projects can be managed and run simultaneously on a single PC, thus increasing the reliability while reducing the costs of the IT infrastructure and software licenses. Furthermore, the Leica GeoMoS Now! 6.2, in addition to on-premises installation, is now available in the cloud, making important project data instantly available anytime and anywhere in the world.Easy-to-understand visuals and various reporting options can be tailor-made to not only display unlimited number of complex and sensitive projects in real-time, but also to match the different needs of the various user levels such as engineers, experts or managers. The updated GeoMoS Now! also includes a new status deformation view in real-time, which instantly displays the health of a project whenever data exceed tolerance levels, allowing those responsible to save valuable time and reduce risk.The company states: “With the introduced time-limited, short term licenses for GeoMoS Monitor and flexible subscription options for GeoMoS Now!, Leica Geosystems’ proven Monitoring Solution increases flexibility and scalability to comply with various needs of monitoring projects. Real-time monitoring, analysis and visualisation, brought through state-of-the-art software and easy-to-handle online service, enable even faster reaction times when making important decisions, saving companies even more time while reducing costs.”Leica Geosystems’ Monitoring solutions combine geodetic, geotechnical, and meteorological sensors for reliable, precise data acquisition and secure data transmission with advanced processing, sophisticated analysis, and visual representation. “Using standard interfaces, open architectures and scalable platforms, the solutions are customisable to meet individual requirements – for permanent or temporary installations, for single sites or monitoring networks. Modern technology makes installation easy and allows for reliable and state-of-the-art communication via mobile networks.”last_img read more

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