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Friday morning at 7am, you can tune in to see the final installation and start of the first group of “small-scale urban wind turbines in the US” on Twelve | West tower in Downtown Portland, OR.
There are a total of four wind turbines, each costing about $10,000. They are being installed to offset the electricity needs of the buildings office space and 273 apartments.
We will be streaming and recording the live feed from a UGuardU HDTV camera (using the UGuardU service), which was recently installed to view Pioneer Square. For this event we will be redirecting it to face the Twelve | West tower to witness the final installation of the turbines, and see them turned on.
The full story will be featured as the centerpiece in the Sustainability section of Friday’s Oregonian. This is a landmark achievement for Portland, and we hope to see National Press for the installation in addition to substantial local coverage.
You can access the demo cameras supporting the Live View at www.uguardu.com. Login with user name: email@example.com password: seeprotect
For more information on UGuardU, please visit www.uguardu.com, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 503.682.4195.
Portland’s skyline will transform with the silhouette of four wind turbines on top of Twelve West (formerly 12W), making it the first urban high-rise building in the U.S. to have a small-scale wind turbine installation! You can watch the progress LIVE the morning of Friday Aug. 14 from our UGuardU.com website. Log on to the demo cameras to see history in the making.
We have been working on the website to make it an even better place for you to get information. Check out the live views of the car dealership in Newberg, Or. or the view of “Portland’s living room”. We are really excited about it.
If you want to get the UGuardU system in your hands right away go to Amazon and type in “UGuardU”. Do your shopping and have it delivered directly to you. No fuss! We are always here to answer your questions if you have them, even if you do shop at Amazon.
Imagine all the ways you can use the UGuardU solution. It is a great way to keep an eye on places you just can’t be at all the time. Your kids are ready to go back to school and who are they bringing home with them when you are at work? Nursery’s in our area are having stock stolen, I saw on the news that cow’s are being stolen and sold at auction. Just set up a camera and you can log into your browser to see the images. What have you got to loose?
Hello again fellow detectives! I have a short training for you today. We get many calls with issues that can be confusing as to who is the culprit, the phone system or their carrier provider.
Before you go hating on your phone like this girl.
There is something to keep in mind when the problem arises. If you make a phone call or someone calls into your business and you hear a message. The magic word there is “hear”, something like “the number you dialed is not is service” for example or click on the link and you can actually hear what one would sound like (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Sl6j67zJP9w). Anytime you hear a message, typically this is going to be a carrier issue. Why? Because the phone system does not have the ability to give out audio messages but the carrier, can only send audio messages.
When making a call, you see a message on your phone display or it just hangs up on you or you hear sounds, which could be your phone system. I say “could be” because of course to all these rules there are exceptions being that we are dealing with electrical systems that sometimes seem to have a mind of their own.
Even though these clues will help you determine what is causing the problem sometimes it’s even hard for us to figure out which of the two is the culprit so when in doubt call your carrier. They can typically look at your account and see if there are any errors or they can also tell you if they are having difficulties in your area and they will not charge you for checking (it can save you a service charge from us if we go out there and it ends up the problem was the carrier). If after talking to them they say that they see everything good on their side, next step would be to give us a call with as many details about what you heard or happened as possible. Remember! Think like the phone, be the phone! Ask, ask, ask as many questions as possible.
“when you have eliminated the impossible, whatever remains, however improbable, must be the truth” – Sherlock Holmes