35 Burst results for "OT"

Stone Scores Early in OT, Knights Beat Avs 3–2 in Game 5

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | Last week

Stone Scores Early in OT, Knights Beat Avs 3–2 in Game 5

"Vegas has taken a three games to two lead by stunning the avalanche in overtime three to two golden knights goaltender Marc Andre Fleury rejected a point blank shot by JT Compher ten seconds into the extra session and after mark stone block to Colorado shot he found himself on a breakaway going top shelf to beat Philipp Grubauer at the fifty second mark struck off switches and the game but thanks twenty seconds in overtime the game should overthrow should backer thing on almost already you're saving he was he was sent to your email how pertinent the presidents trophy winning avalanche led to nothing after two periods but need to win in Vegas on Thursday to avoid elimination first Morton Denver

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Toffoli's OT Goal Leads Canadiens to Series Sweep of Jets

AP News Radio

00:29 sec | Last week

Toffoli's OT Goal Leads Canadiens to Series Sweep of Jets

"Tyler Toffoli school a minute thirty nine seconds overtime propelled the Canadians to a three two win over the jets at bell centre sweeping Winnipeg enforce strict to fully wired a one time snapshot just below the faceoff circle to beat Connor Hellebuyck in the gym school one realtor to nothing lead after the first period before jets defenceman Logan Stanley scored his first two postseason goals to even the score after two periods I have the best of the semis for the first time since twenty fourteen and await the winner of the Colorado Vegas series control of the

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Staal Scores in OT, Hurricanes Beat Lightning in Game 3

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | Last week

Staal Scores in OT, Hurricanes Beat Lightning in Game 3

"The hurricanes are within two games to one in their second round series following a three two overtime win against the lightning leaving the home team one three thus far Carolina blew a two nothing lead before Jordan Staal netted a power play goal five fifty seven into the extra session it was stalls fifth goal of the playoffs red passion Sebastian aho scored two twenty five apart early in the second period but Brayden point tallied seventy seven seconds later before setting up Alex killorn goal late in the second Peter Morales except thirty five shots in his first appearance of the postseason game four is Saturday I'm the ferry

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Marchand Scores in OT, Bruins Beat Islanders 2-1 in Game 3

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | Last week

Marchand Scores in OT, Bruins Beat Islanders 2-1 in Game 3

"Brad Marchand scored three thirty six into overtime to give the Bruins a two one win over the islanders the goal put Boston ahead two games to one in the second round series the Bruins one ahead one nothing on Craig Smith's goal five fifty two into the contest Boston maintained that leading to a map Parcells scored his first goal of the postseason beating to grasp with five twenty six left in regulation rest stop bars L. on a point blank shot early you know T. and finished with twenty eight saves seven of our alarm on channel thirty nine shots for the islanders who will host game four on Saturday I'm the ferry

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Rantanen Scores OT Winner, Avs Up 2–0 in Series vs. Knights

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 2 weeks ago

Rantanen Scores OT Winner, Avs Up 2–0 in Series vs. Knights

"Colorado was out shot forty one to twenty five but found a way to defeat the golden knights three two in overtime to take a two games to none lead it was a victory made possible in large part by ABS netminder Philipp Grubauer who rejected thirty nine shots in the extra session a slashing penalty and Reilly Smith gave the avs the power play and they took advantage with Mikko Rantanen is wrist jot finding the back of the net at two oh seven game three is Friday night in Las Vegas Bruce Morton Denver

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Cizikas' OT Goal Lifts Islanders Past Bruins 4-3 in Game 2

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 2 weeks ago

Cizikas' OT Goal Lifts Islanders Past Bruins 4-3 in Game 2

"Casey Cizikas his breakaway goal at fourteen forty eight of overtime gave the islanders a four three victory over the Bruins in game two to even their second round playoff series at one game apiece since he gets picked up a loose puck that bounced off Bruins forward Charlie Coyle skate and beat goalie to Carrasco high stick side to end it you're just trying to the right things in overtime in the right spots in I was lucky enough to you know that puck the pop off into the middle there and give me an opportunity to hi to get the own Josh Bailey Kyle palmeri and John Gabriel Pageau all scored in the islanders three goal second period oil put the Bruins up one nothing after one Patrice Bergeron and Brad Marchand scored in the third the fourth so T. Gethin Coolbaugh Boston

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Canadiens Beat Maple Leafs 3-2 in OT to Force Game 7

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 2 weeks ago

Canadiens Beat Maple Leafs 3-2 in OT to Force Game 7

"Yes very cut can you hear me scored at fifteen fifteen of overtime to give the Canadians a three two win over the maple Leafs Montreal had been out shot thirteen to one or no T. before cut can you hear me tallied off a giveaway by defenseman Travis Dermott neither team scored until the third period Corey Perry and Tyler to fully lit the lamp for the hatch to make it to nothing but you suspect the answer before TJ Brodie tied it with three eleven left in regulation carry price stopped forty one shots for the Canadians who will head to Toronto for game seven on Monday I'm the ferry

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Carolina Rallies, Eliminates Preds With 4-3 Game 6 OT Win

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 2 weeks ago

Carolina Rallies, Eliminates Preds With 4-3 Game 6 OT Win

"The hurricanes have advanced to the second round with a four three comeback win over the predators in game six Sebastian aho second goal of the game one eight sixty six seconds into overtime the predators lead three one in the second period before losing what was the fourth straight overtime game in the series our host sparked the comeback by scoring in the second which I believe the blast reports from through the line up and I'm zero T. as well so I just shows that there's no quit in this team and you know our you know we have that confidence that we're still in the game even though we are down on the third Dougie Hamilton tied it was six twenty eight left in regulation Hamilton abroad McGinn each finished with a goal and an assist I'm Dave very

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Canadiens Beat Maple Leafs 4-3 in OT to Force Game 6

AP News Radio

00:29 sec | 2 weeks ago

Canadiens Beat Maple Leafs 4-3 in OT to Force Game 6

"The Canadians to force game six in their Stanley Cup first round playoff series by beating the maple Leafs four three in overtime Nixon key scored fifty nine seconds into O. T. after the habs blew a three one lead in the third period Jake muzzin extended the game by scoring twice in a five oh two span Joel Armia had two goals for the Canadians who will host game six on Saturday yes very cut could hear me also tallied for the habs Montreal's Carey price finished with thirty two saves Zach Hyman also scored in William Neil lander added two assists for the Leafs I'm the ferry

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Staal Scores in OT, Lifts Hurricanes Past Predators 3–2

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 3 weeks ago

Staal Scores in OT, Lifts Hurricanes Past Predators 3–2

"Jordan Staal scored off a rebound at one forty four of overtime to give the hurricanes a three two win over the predators special to what we've gone through last couple games to to to get a big one like that felt really good but you know we still have some work to do it yeah it felt good Nashville was minutes away from a regulation victory until martini chest scored his second goal of the night Alex the delicate stopped twenty three shots and blanked the predators after Yaacob training notched his second goal of the night fifty three seconds into the middle period usually saros finished with thirty four saves after racking up one hundred ten stops through the two double overtime wins that knotted the series at two two I'm Dave Ferrie

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Predators Beat Hurricanes 4-3 in Double OT Again to Tie Series at 2-2

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 3 weeks ago

Predators Beat Hurricanes 4-3 in Double OT Again to Tie Series at 2-2

"For the second game in a row the Nashville predators beat the heavily favored Carolina hurricanes in double overtime this time for three prints when lieutenant started things off as far less than a minute into the contest and he ended things posting his fourth career playoff goal thirty six minutes and ten seconds into overtime to even the series to to to just go play by the army over to granny granny from in the slot broke my stick agreement guy had already and I got up in the slot and you know found of found a way to get in there and have a great play by them just happy at when I use is often a career high fifty eight saves in the victory well it's counterpart Alex the dog which was spectacular despite the loss turning aside thirty nine of forty three shots Jenny take over Nashville

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Khris Middleton Lifts Bucks Past Heat in OT in Game 1

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 3 weeks ago

Khris Middleton Lifts Bucks Past Heat in OT in Game 1

"Khris Middleton nailed a jumper with point five seconds left in overtime to give the bucs a one oh nine one oh seven playoff opening win over the heat Middleton was guarded closely by Duncan Robinson before releasing in nineteen footer for the last of his twenty seven points to the spot where sausages raise our future students how to get the last one on in as much time off the clock as I can with the results afterwards it came about twenty seconds after Miami scored rockets tied it with a three pointer yeah this intense cobalt had twenty six points eighteen rebounds and five assists but was just six of thirteen from the line trackage had a team high twenty five points and Robinson chipped in twenty four for the heat game two is Monday in Milwaukee I'm Dave Ferrie

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Lomberg Scores in OT to Lift Panthers Past Lightning, 6-5

AP News Radio

00:29 sec | 3 weeks ago

Lomberg Scores in OT to Lift Panthers Past Lightning, 6-5

"Ryan Lomborg scored the game winner six minutes into overtime and the Florida Panthers defeated the Tampa Bay Lightning six five in a nail biter Thursday night Sam Bennett opened the scoring early for the Panthers Radko Gudas added a second tally giving Florida a two nothing lead going into the second Anthony's rally Ross Colton and Steven Stamkos answered for the lightning Florida's Alex Wennberg in Tampa bay's Brayden point traded power play goals and Alex killorn made five three lightning heading into the third Patrick Cormack Weston Gustav Forsling even the scored five to force overtime Baltimore's account Tampa

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Smith Scores in 2nd OT to Lead Bruins Past Capitals 3-2

CBS Sports Radio

00:22 sec | Last month

Smith Scores in 2nd OT to Lead Bruins Past Capitals 3-2

"Blues tonight in Game two of the Stanley Cup playoffs. Speaking of the Stanley Cup playoffs scoreboard That look like this. The caps and Bruins played Game three that Syria's Tonight it would go to overtime. The Bruins Craig Smith scores the overtime winner in double, OT three to Boston or Washington. Bruins lead that series. Two games to one. Hurricanes.

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Smith Scores in 2nd OT to Lead Bruins Past Capitals 3-2

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | Last month

Smith Scores in 2nd OT to Lead Bruins Past Capitals 3-2

"Craig Smith capitalized on a momentary lapse by capitals goalie Ilya Samsonov to score the game winning goal five forty eight into double overtime to give the Bruins a three two win and a two one series advantage Smith grabbed a loose puck behind the net and wrapped it around the left post in in before Sam so not could get back into position after attempting to play the pock Brad Marchand's goal midway through the third for so cheap Taylor also scored into Carrasco made thirty five saves for the Bruins Alex Baskin and Nick dowdy Ted go ahead goals in the second for Washington Geffen Coolbaugh Boston

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Marchand Scores in OT, Bruins Beat Capitals to Even Series

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | Last month

Marchand Scores in OT, Bruins Beat Capitals to Even Series

"Brad Marchand scored thirty nine seconds into overtime as the Bruins beat the capitals four to three to even their first round Stanley Cup playoff series at a game apiece the Bruins trailed three to two in the third one Taylor hall tied the game with two forty nine left in regulation garnet Hathaway scored two goals for Washington Jake DeBrusk and Patrice Bergeron scored goals for Boston goalie Tuukka Rask made thirty six saves for the Bruins while Craig Anderson made forty four stops for the capitals Craig heist Washington

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Eriksson Ek’s OT goal lifts Wild past Vegas 1-0

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | Last month

Eriksson Ek’s OT goal lifts Wild past Vegas 1-0

"Joel Eriksson ek's scored three twenty into overtime to send the wild past the golden knights won nothing in game one of the first round series Eriksen was in the slot to send a shot that went off the skate of golden knights defender Alec Martinez and past Marc Andre Fleury while goaltender cam Talbot made forty two saves and did some of his best work while Minnesota was being out shot nineteen five in the first period with enter the first three but we didn't break ins you know we knew that they were gonna have a big question come up ardently weathered the storm and you know we had our first and second period and fleur was unbelievable there and second flurry turned back twenty nine shots and became the first netminder in NHL history to play in fifteen consecutive postseasons game two is Tuesday in Las Vegas I'm Dave Ferrie

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Palmieri's OT Winner Lifts Isles by Penguins 4-3 in Game 1

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | Last month

Palmieri's OT Winner Lifts Isles by Penguins 4-3 in Game 1

"Kyle Palmieri second goal of the day came in overtime as the islanders open their playoff schedule with a four three comeback win at Pittsburgh the Long Island native took a pass from JG Pageau near the goal line and gave the islanders their first win in five tries to to steel city this season has your one Brock Nelson also scored to support rookie Ilya Sorokin who turned back thirty nine shots Sidney Crosby Fredrika growing Caspary Kapanen scored for the penguins Kristin Jerry made thirty seven saves in Pittsburgh's tenth loss in its last eleven postseason games I'm Dave Ferrie

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"ot" Discussed on Occupied

Occupied

05:44 min | 4 months ago

"ot" Discussed on Occupied

"I want to continue that. And one of my big goals. I think and this would be this is not just for. Ot for life but really this is about the community and this is about the ot podcast community as well as just the ot community. I really want to continue to promote the advancement of ot podcasts as a valuable learning tool. And by this. I mean like i hope that more people will start listening to ot podcasts. More people will know that we exist. A lot of people still don't know that. Ot podcast exists out there and the wealth of knowledge and information and inspiration. That is already out there. And they're so much more that needs to be done. But there's so much that already out there and really and this is kind of a big global goal here. But i'd love to see more recognition of ot podcasts in schools in universities in the state and national and international organizations. I'd love to see. I'd love to see us as podcasters and his podcasts. Start to get some recognition there and also like how cool would it be to have podcast. Episode or a a series of episodes be used in academic courses as part of the syllabus. And all this kind of stuff like there's there's so much that i know that that is out there and there's so much good information and i see it but i just don't think the recognition is quite there yet and hopefully and maybe this isn't even for like twenty twenty one but like moving forward just really getting ot on the map ot pike s on the map and showing everything that we can really do like it. I like it a lot. Something i use them in the course that i teach and the value is definitely there and like you said it's just a matter of introducing people to it. How can be used and letting the flag fly. But you also have another big thing happening in two thousand and twenty one which your listeners will have heard just before this episode episode episode ninety nine.

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"ot" Discussed on Occupied

Occupied

04:29 min | 4 months ago

"ot" Discussed on Occupied

"To to make a podcast and put a podcast. Like if you wanted to do just that and nothing more cost. Nothing you can do. You find is a very accessible medium if you wanna get your voice out that any which way the growth in ot podcasts. I think has been interesting. This there was kind of a kind of break it down into two periods where there was a time not long after. We both started where there was quite a number of it. Podcasts that started at the same time they seem to be this. Quite a large percentage of those ones that are still rising now. There's a recent time period where there's been a lot started. That doesn't seem to be running more than two or three episodes and then disappear. And i don't know whether that's because it was of course work and they didn't actually want to do it or anything like that. But from that sort of initial period we kind of put together a bit of a. Ot pod tastic community which has been really cool. It's been a really supportive sorta group and we would whenever we found an it podcast and we can track down. This is on facebook but we have a group whenever we could track down the the hostal whoever was running that particular show and could bring them into that group as well. was a place where ot on costa's could support each although and bring each other and answer questions because everyone's got different skills and ideas and thoughts guests and thoughts on audio equipment and quality and editing. And also it's a soften. Yeah there's different things that happen. So there was one issue that i had After a mac the program that i was using to edit just stopped working so that was a place where you can have those conversations and make everyone else away like dark..

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"ot" Discussed on Occupied

Occupied

03:34 min | 4 months ago

"ot" Discussed on Occupied

"Very like extremely incredibly meaningful and purposeful in my eyes. I think also one of the kind of on the flip side of that is one of the things i think because podcasting is generally such a one way street. One of the weird things for me was at l. What you're gonna say she'll conference having people come up to you in person and go listen to you. I'm like that. Just feel so awkward like you know. Things have helped me. And i have never met you before. And obviously that's the nature of jousting but it just for the a couple of moments. It's like i don't really know what to do with this person. It's this so that's it was nice. It was. i didn't hate it but it was just something that you never really. I never really thought about it before that. Like the people that are listening because on now and we get numbers we get like. Oh this many downloads. And then even call them people. This many downloads happened on a certain episode or within a certain timeframe or whatever it isn when that finally when you're able to have an experience like that with those downloads quit unquiet. Turn into people in your head. It's like aw there actually people listening to me talk to see such and such or me ramble on about something. That's a weird feeling. I think that just goes to like the the intimacy of podcasting. When when i myself listening to a podcast. I usually have my headphones in. And i'm going for a walk or runner. I'm doing something around the house. And you're literally between the person's ears and speaking to them you're speaking directly to them and i've had people do the same thing they come up and they're like i feel like you're one of my really good friends and i'm like i just met you. Tell me about yourself. Like i wanna meet you now. But like and. I know that i'm like the same way with the podcast that i listen to religiously even if i've never connected with the host before i feel like i know them really well because i listened to him every week or twice a week or once a month whatever it is how however often it comes out and you feel like they're like one of your friends like you're sitting there even though you're you're part of the conversation you're just not having the conversation with them but you feel like you're just like sitting around the fire and having a conversation with some of some of your closest and best friends there so yeah that's also been kind of an interesting thing to navigate because of starting the podcast for sure. So what was. What was your an arcade described as intimate conversation. So what was your most listened to intimate conversation that you've had or wasn't a conversation. What was it. Does you know. It was definitely a conversation. It was an interview and it was my forty eighth episode. And it was actually the interview. That i did with laura pedic's from the ot butterfly and the title of it just in case anybody's curious to check it out. It's called sensing sensory integration and the transformation from clinic to home so basically laura and i had this whole conversation about her work as a clinic based therapist and really focused on.

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"ot" Discussed on The Better

The Better

05:53 min | 7 months ago

"ot" Discussed on The Better

"We hope we do our best and we hope that they got there. I think that that's the beanie of occupational therapy is that we're kind of trained to do had go through that process to support the client so they can find their own reasoning right so in the use of motivational interviewing said that. It's the client's own self-discovery through the facilitation of the questioning by the ot practitioner. And i think that's one area that we can really shine is that you know we don't want to take someone In just if they're not following through with recommendation so they easy one to think about is like a home exercise our credit card bright which we we love being occupation base but will use the easy example a bit so thinking about will you know. Sometimes those folks get labeled non compliant. But what if we need to think about where they are in that stage of change and then how can we use the tools that we have is not practitioners to help the client seen their own reasoning in their own goals. Then in that change. Yeah when we've talked about motivational interviewing a couple of times a year. So for those clinicians that might be either just starting out. I don't really have a a real understanding of motivational interviewing is kind of. Let's just define what motivational interviewing kind of. What's an example of a question that would qualify. As a motivational interviewing question. Motivational interviewing is kind of a client. Centered inner interview approach And it's really based on trying to help someone identify how their behaviors are lining up with their actual desires right. What we want to do in what we're actually doing So so you know. I think You know questions just asking about you know how satisfied someone is. I think I think countered the several times where have individuals with chronic pain. But they're very satisfied with their occupational engagement right and so we we just assume because they have pained that they're gonna need to participate in some program were but if they're.

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"ot" Discussed on The Main Column

The Main Column

05:19 min | 8 months ago

"ot" Discussed on The Main Column

"Operational Technology and information technology are OT nit. . This integration is required for sharing information on all levels of manufacturing organizations to achieve profit-driven operation or PDO. . Process Industry companies implement real time production performance improvements that are line from the management level to the plant floor. . For an example, , here will look at a particular pedia solution, , which takes production production performance indicators traditionally monitored by plant management on a weekly monthly basis embrace these indicators down to the technical and operations level using industrial best practices to create semantic performance indicators or what will refer to as espy is. . These SPIC. . Displayed in real time by utilizing big data from the distributed control system or the DS. . This information helps operators, , engineers, , and upper management stay aligned to promptly improve production by providing performance alarms guidance messages in performance balanced score by using it technologies such as the cloud consulting services. . It can't be incorporated to uncover additional improvements via the analysis of historical production performance parameters. . This requires the merging of expertise in ot with the industrial internet of things with it technologies along with process industry best practices to enable production performance optimization over the life cycle of a process plant. . Now. . When I introduced pedio, , some process plant personnel may confuse it with advanced process control and optimization in reality plants should implement all three of these technologies working concer advanced process control or AP see is used to control multiple control loops for partial process optimization such as increasing throughput reducing giveaway loss optimization is used to manage multiple ABC instances for entire processes. . ABC optimization are very powerful technologies, , but they do not work properly if the model is not updated on a timely basis in each often turned off by operators due to a lack of deep understanding. . PTO addresses these issues by helping operators understand the effectiveness of ABC optimization through the visitor visualization of relevant s p. is and trade offs. . This allows operators to make the decisions required to maintain timely updates. . pedia Solutions Leverage real-time an accurate plant big data from a C. S and integrate this data with domain knowledge to create S.. . P. is these SPF NAP typically connected from plant operation to plant management much like the human body uses synapses to connect nerves. . SPIC encompassing five main management objectives and spent four levels of process Plant Organization for reference. . These management objectives include production, , prophet, , energy reliability, , and safety, , and these roles include leadership, , management, , technical, , and operations. . The high level management objectives are production, , profit, , energy, , reliability, , and safety like mention, , and of course, the , organizational levels of leadership management technical in operation. . So spa creation requires extensive domain knowledge of the process plants operation. . For example, , by applying hundreds of personal years of collective experience and expertise companies have structured more than twenty eight hundred S P is for refinery operations in eight hundred espy is for ethylene operations. . These espy is must be customized for each situation because each process plan is different, , once S P is are created, , the next step is to configure DASHBOARDS pedia software uses S P, , is to configure many different types of real time SPIC dashboards. . Each process units home dashboard gives an overview performance related to the five management objectives of Production Prophet Energy Reliability, , and safety. . This dashboard hopes users visualize SPIC balance on the five management objectives by showing what objectives are alarm or alert state and what SPIC trade offs may be required to address. . Each issue cooking on a roll level leads a user to another dashboard appropriate to that users level of responsibility. . These dashboards can then be used to improve operations as each provides not only an indication of current status but also advise for making improvements pedia software automatically links all of These dashboards to coordinate actions on all levels of plants organization by providing performance alarms, , guidance messages, , and performance balanced score pedio helps leadership management and technical and operations. . Personnel stay aligned to promptly improve production performance operation and technical personnel relying ot to dashboards and take actions while management and leaderships more often employ it to view dashboards provide advice ot it. Integration . is therefore crucial because it allows information to be communicated in real time across all levels of the organization. . Ot I immigration is also essential for enabling consulting services from external experts located remotely from the plan cloud digital twin and other services allow plant data to be communicated globally

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"ot" Discussed on LAN Parties: A Video Gaming and Esports Podcast

LAN Parties: A Video Gaming and Esports Podcast

03:20 min | 11 months ago

"ot" Discussed on LAN Parties: A Video Gaming and Esports Podcast

"Did they show something about Hell Blade Well Hell Blade. I they just kind of announced that it was happening. Okay. The second help blade game but you know it was kind of the the opening to win the I think the first game that they showed off when they reveal the actual console itself during the video game words. Okay. Okay. I'll that. That's an I, mean that's another one that I've heard I heard that's shorter play but I heard it's a really really crazy crazy story and game. And I totally have that. Then I'll totally play it eventually Deal. With. All. Games on steam than ethic. Whatever platforms are out there this getting ridiculous getting ridiculous. There's so many different platforms. So many different games a lot of them you'll end up if you have like a a subscription or something with them, you'll get the free games with I mean I literally have an amount of games that I don't think I could finish. Even, if I tried to get that were my job just to play video well, the whole on hold on if villa just my job to play video games by absolutely within. The worry honey got to put it in the OT tonight. But you put it in the whole as we again no but. The Games they did I mean this this was i. felt like there showcase I mean they gave you a variety of of games things for people to get excited about again I feel like you know to that. They're really in a habit pushing is not about the platform that you play on. We just have games for you and we're GonNa make good games for you guys and wherever or however you WANNA play. It is going to be up to you. I love. The, fact that that they've gone with that model and they're pushing more towards I mean again I feel like Xbox as far as xbox and playstation I feel like they've Kinda gotten their butts kicked for the most part as far as with exclusives and games that have been on that platform. So the fact that they're they're they're actually going to be taking time and they're going to be putting more focus on the on the game as opposed to the the. I guess console or where you're playing the game I think that's GonNa. Help them in the long run as far as with this plus I get you know again, we that that cloud gaming is is. is on the horizon. Solid like Bible, way to do it, we know that multiple companies and developers are working on their cloud software and. Infrastructure and stuff like that. So I think that you know again they're kind of trying to. Get themselves to this future. Look that future is going to be I think we're seeing. Some of the seas. Just some of those changes happen now so that you know here on the next generation or whatever they say, Hey, we're not actually GONNA have anything. We're just going to be all cloud gaming. Here's here. Here we got the Games you know yeah I have agree with you on that I. I do think it's a super smart move that they are starting to move away not move away but put less emphasis on the hardware itself..

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"ot" Discussed on Cybersecurity Effectiveness Podcast

Cybersecurity Effectiveness Podcast

05:46 min | 11 months ago

"ot" Discussed on Cybersecurity Effectiveness Podcast

"But still relying on a person to remember detest. All the things right as there's all the things in the tool. It's just you know. Validate their vendor. Claims was configured properly right just running the default configuration, which might not be right for us. Yeah, that's that's a big one. And you know so. That's That's where we're seeing the big benefit out of it. Right now so in my new role, you know one of the things that's been identified as pushing some. Ot specific security tools down under the OT side right so. There's some things you can't do like. You can't scan with something like a necessary or ten. You know tenable, or whatever because you've got equipment there. That just doesn't understand the traffic. And so it'll just you know lay over on its side. and stop playing so, but there are some vendors that are that that were were looking at. We're bringing in. That are very specific to be, and they've been playing in that space for a long time from an operational standpoint. Only there are now starting to see that same technology can be used to do security type things here vulnerability scanning bobby management, patching those types of things. And so where I say you guys coming in is helping us. As we're implementing those things, we can now test them. And we don't have to wait for a global rollout to know whether or not we're. We're implementing things correctly, we can you know implement at a site? Have your actor setup there on the process control network? You run the tash run. While everybody's still there there and come up with a golden. Configuration so that we know. Pretty clearly when we deploy that same configuration at site, two and three and thirty, seven and forty two. that we're getting. We've got the right controls in place and the right configuration. Yeah! When we when we started the him? One of the things that really made sense was. This will play really really well..

"ot" Discussed on Cybersecurity Effectiveness Podcast

Cybersecurity Effectiveness Podcast

03:56 min | 11 months ago

"ot" Discussed on Cybersecurity Effectiveness Podcast

"What I've seen in the last six or eight years has been. Availability is still top of the top of the food chain, but integrity has come up quite a bit as things like stuxnet and other things have. Shown themselves to a an impact to the availability, just because the integrity of the data that they're getting has been messed up right. Sure you're starting to see more conversations around. How do we know that what we're seeing at? The Control Board is is what's actually happening. Out at the out of the production system yeah yeah. And I remember when we first started these operations, and and doing testing, and seeing how we could monitoring correllated and look for volume, metric analysis and temporal analysis and pattern, discovering sort of applying what we learned for it. Security network security to that side. And, it was interesting the approaches because a lot of the things that we had taken for granted that we had already resolved in the IT world. Weren't really resolved on that side. It's not because people didn't think it was a good idea. It was the nature of that availability in a great example Default passwords that were embedded into systems and from an IT side. You, of course you don't want the password. One two, three, four, five, six embedded in every single device. That's your environment but on the OT side. They made a really compelling argument. like PLC's look. If there's a major incident and we need to get something addressed, you know right away. Everybody on the floor has to know what that password is, and has to be able to get access to it, and whether or not it's an employee or its contract doors, the actual vendor that supplies that special that special box. I think there's ways around that now of course I don't think we embed passer, but that was one of the things that was like. Wow, you guys are still using embedded passwords..

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"ot" Discussed on Occupied

Occupied

10:42 min | 1 year ago

"ot" Discussed on Occupied

"Have to learn everything to the detail in order for them to be able to together. I mean we just have so many ways to learn and I think accepting that accepting our strengths and limitations and being able to discover what our strengths are honing in on that is so important in I actually throughout my life at I continued to struggle through a lot of areas topics that I think I still take longer than most people to master awesome type scenario but I think that's okay. We all at different styles and time line and being honoring and recognizing the importance of thought is just is definitely. I don't think everyone can relate to that definitely can and like I know when I was at unique. Because we're like we have all we do now but when I went through it was all everyone. Undergrad ENTRY FOR OT. So when. I was doing a bachelor's in occupational therapy when I was doing that the theoretical stuff was just just couldn't get my head around at whereas the practical stuff. Maybe it's a guy thing the practical stuff I was only ever released whereas whereas nowadays the theoretical stuff really interests me and I can sink my teeth into that no worries and probably some of the application of stuff might be either the same or a little bit more difficult but the theoretical stuff on really good with nowadays as opposed to and it's just different lending sauce over time. Like if you hitting that exam at different ages you can study differently as well so being aware of. I think that's the one good thing about that exam. Is I think you. Can you just book you in when you're ready for it? Yeah so you can take as long as your aware of what you need. Then you can take whatever you're allowed and then book into the exam when you already once you've done what you need to do if it takes you month if it takes a year whatever just being aware of your landing stall is is really important and what what you need from it so you said before that you grew up in Korea. When did you move to the states when I was nine? And did you find so? You're saying that the very rigid Mall Stein's had you indicated delayed that kind of stuff. Did you do that? Did you get that same feedback once you got to the states or was it simply just difference in milestones that was all a difference in the actual yardstick? How we measure them between the two countries so when I first came from from Korea at the age of nine I didn't speak English. I didn't even know the alphabet and so it was really hard to know where I fit in terms of the norm and I was delayed or if I was on track because I I was in. Esl classes install. It wasn't until many years later I was able to Go into a tape. Saturdays has somewhat not but in Korea they actually published your rate game and they would host how you scored in the hallways and so. I always knew exactly where I rate. It was at the very bottom always and my sister. My oldest sister was always at the time she was an undefeated. I and I wasn't undefeated and so our reaction was quite famous in our neighborhood. will disturb because out of the state ballet came a genius and one that just always trailed behind and you know if you scored below like grossly low the average. You actually would have to come up to the front of the class and they would take stick in. Hit you in the cast as if it were your fault that you are under performing so this was the traumatic for me and you also to stay after school. There is an afternoon school programs for students if you can't perform to their ability and so I'm GonNa have to stay for a couple of hours. Actually my authors I. It felt like many hours but I'm sure it was just a couple hours that I would have to stay in a review the material regardless of how much time I've Fort in energetic or memorizing and studying this never really stuck. I never really got better when I was studying. Hurry up and my father when I was younger. He said you know it's Kim. You can't just pursue music. Play the piano trauma. Whatever you WanNa do do pursue what you want to pursue. Because they were told that I would never college now fast forward. Do you like ten years. I ended up going to UC Berkeley and graduated with highest honor and then went to USC or the OT program and no one would have been able to predict that based on my performance. And that's not the say that getting Berkeley or UC program. I wasn't easy just as it was difficult for me to barely get through elementary school. It was really hard in knowing that it takes me that much longer I found myself having to study a lot more than my peers and my friends just to be able to get the score that they were able to get studying. Maybe fifteen twenty minutes but that was okay because once I learned I really learned a master the content and I Started to develop something like a photographic memory because I read at my material. My tax brought our read it cover to cover. I was so determined to not let those people who told me I'll never go to college dictate my venture determine where I was gonna WanNa prove all of them raw and so they are actually still have some of them where you know like from college where I helped my cheer marks on my text books I was relentless. I read over to cover to such an extent that there are times rousing leagues APP. I would flip through the pages in my mind's eye and I would be I would I would say the worst as well as the PG number as I flip through my mind. Because I read it so many times and I wrestled with my material academically and I did that for the embassy to pass in time. I don't think they are short and I don't. I've never been one to take shortcuts and For me it works. And it's just how I Managed academic lives all my life. So that I think I've ever read a book that all that for Isis. That's amazing to me that I did that for every classroom. Every time that I really love and felt was very important. still fair. That's that's amazing off. I would has a guest to say then that what mice people would look at it as a i. Guess a negative being told that you delayed and made to sit at the front of the clause and made to do all this like. It's in a way I guess shaped you. You are in and helped get you to weigh you. Absolutely I think challenges were my blessings and I think. Ask Why why. Why do we have to get into a wide? You have to be normal. I it took me actually a long time for me to become comfortable in my own skin to Be Okay being corky to be. Okay now you know. English is my second language so even now I still my articles here and there and I might make mistakes. Although I may know a lot of gre words there are a lot of like uh simple basic where you will learn in elementary school. That I still don't know because I came when I was nine years old teaching certain words and trucks basic words right with my son can. I'm like oh I never knew that this was called so and so and I have moments like that even now but I think all of these challenges and not fitting in and having to fire my away and being being or to sit through might this out of my comfort zone really really shaped my character and the person that I am today because I always have always had to look at the Austin. Say Okay well. That obviously is not going to work for me but if I still wanted. What isn't that I have to do? And this is at the heart of occupational therapy. Perhaps y just not. I don't think there was ever. Ot IS CALLING GONNA go for but my entire life. The ideals are as fast and the kind of life I wanna live really resonates with the ideals of occupational therapy end that. Ot is not a one size fits all type of model. Don't he doesn't say okay? Well let's go and fix this right here with surgery. Let's go fist by increasing your range of motion and improving your strength. I mean what? The doctors physiotherapists nurses to our incredible right when those methods fail when the medical model fails when. There's no remediation the fiscal deficit. Occupational therapist will come and say hey listen I still have something that might able to get you into the occupation or your passion that you want you once enjoyed. Can we try this strategy? Can we try adaptive equipment? Can we try something outside the box to allow you to still do what you enjoy regardless of function laws regardless of the trauma you've been hurt regardless of the fact that you may not be fitting in the norm of what everyone else is doing? You still remain abilities that you can tap into and once you can own it and you can utilize it and you can.

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"ot" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

KIIS 102.7

04:33 min | 2 years ago

"ot" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

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"ot" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

Power 105.1 FM

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"ot" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

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"ot" Discussed on Z104

Z104

09:24 min | 2 years ago

"ot" Discussed on Z104

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"ot" Discussed on State of the Union with Jake Tapper

State of the Union with Jake Tapper

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"ot" Discussed on State of the Union with Jake Tapper

"OT you. To state of the union. I'm Jake tapper with just twelve days left to make deal. President Trump says negotiations on Capitol Hill to avoid another government shutdown or a waste of time. The president is threatening to build his border wall with or without a deal by declaring a national emergency possibly. He will make this announcement during this Tuesday state of the union address. Joining me now is one of the lawmakers. Trying to zeal Senate appropriations committee chairman Richard Shelby. Republican from Alabama. Senator good to see you always good to have you on your committee has just twelve days left to strike a compromise deal on border security to avoid another government shutdown. President Trump said this week those negotiations that you're helping to lead or quote, a waste of time. The comments like that hurt your efforts to find a compromise. Willie could hurt but he could also help. Because a lot of us are going to do everything we can to try to make this work to get to. Yes. To avoid another shutdown to show that we can do the job like we did three fourths of the funding already. There seemed to be an obvious area of compromise here on fencing speaker Pelosi indicated on Thursday, she won't pay for a wall, but she's open to enhanced fencing or Normandy fencing in some areas. President Trump said during the shutdown that he was open to fencing barriers steel slats. But then this week he kind of did a turnaround. And he tweeted, quote, let's just call them walls from now on and stop playing political games. It seems as though the president has just kind of put up a wall in the way of finding common ground here. Am I wrong? I think that the president is is dead set on keeping his campaign promise, I support border security a wall offense a barrier. Whatever it takes also support enhanced procedures technical technology and more manpower..

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"ot" Discussed on The Israel Hour Radio Archives

The Israel Hour Radio Archives

05:22 min | 2 years ago

"ot" Discussed on The Israel Hour Radio Archives

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"ot" Discussed on The Internet of Things (IoT) Show with Bruce Sinclai

The Internet of Things (IoT) Show with Bruce Sinclai

03:34 min | 2 years ago

"ot" Discussed on The Internet of Things (IoT) Show with Bruce Sinclai

"That's exactly that's exactly the right way of Roach. And what about the OT IT dynamic because I o t as we've been saying, things has been bringing together the information technology in the operational technology. But you know, I've seen it play different ways, but I like to get your your your input in terms of. Who who's the boss is OT is a subset of OT or is not a subset of IT and the. Yeah. What are your thoughts on that? Longterm it's technology, right? So maybe we call it Abadi business technology. Okay. I think today the from our experience, the OT guys have their world in which they live in IT guys have their world in which they live in. They don't necessarily cross pass, so I don't think there is any today. I don't think there's any real antagonism now. Oh, they won't give me a floppy disk. Those sorts of things. I think they just haven't had to talk to each other so they know each other Brindley the computer might go down. They call the that's about the extent of it. And you know, the OT guys are focused on their their business. They're not looking at while. How does this plan data storage solutions Bubba the law. They're just saying, look, I need to get this information. It'd make sure that my pipeline leaking that my vehicles are on the road. You know that I can see what's going on in my store. Those sorts. Of things. And yes, I t undergirds all of that, but it's not a conscious acknowledgement on OT votes part. Okay. And what about when you bring not into the into the mix them? Now? When we started talking about held to bring those two worlds together, again, it's one of the things that the the OT guys aren't thinking about. I p addressing and cybersecurity, they just know be connected insecure. And then when you Utah today, he folks will this have been into my schema, how do I connect this thing? So again, it's it's more of a an education in able conversation we had to have with them. I don't know if that inches a question, but I'm just wondering, I guess my experience has been the OT folks. The operational folks are more tied to revenue. The IT folks were tied the costs and therefore when things shake out. More often than not in my experience. And I was wondering, you know your point of view as projects. These projects have gone along the OT, the OT guys. The IT is supporting yo tean, so it establishes a certain relationship there. And then just by that nature, it kind of it establishes also a dynamic in terms of what technologies us how quickly it's moving. That was kind of where I was going with with you, your correct? I think the Teesside even though there's a lot of cost associated with it is driving revenue. So oil company managed to plead that bleed is out there. You know, taking all rigs driving around looking at the pump stations, it's pipeline revenue through that. So those costs are very easy to justify right system, which for an energy company, they basically see the guy is your teenager just keep asking for money. So it's very difficult..

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"ot" Discussed on RobinLynne

RobinLynne

09:37 min | 3 years ago

"ot" Discussed on RobinLynne

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"ot" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"ot" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Forty four ten again nine five two eight one four forty four hundred ten or just hit pound to fifteen your cell phone and say ot et al you know there's a lot of people out there that are very curious about options you know again we teach stocks options futures and forex there's a lot of people that you might be interested in trading options but you know but let them let's talk a little bit about a little bit more that can can people profit by trading options in a downward market absolutely sean when you come in to the this the class that we we've been talking about we're going to talk to you about the different asset classes options being one that happens to be what i trade primarily you know and you can use object you options can be used as a as an insurance policy on your portfolio and all of you listeners out there that own a house you have to have insurance on your house if the house burns down or lows over in a hurricane you know it's going to be covered the value the houses covered you can do the same thing with your portfolio if you use options you can use options to get into a position at a much lower cost than if you just by the the asset or that that particular stock itself there's a lot of things you can do with options with futures with four x you know and you know we talk about financial education all the time sean those parts of of what we teach but i think i just want to kind of simplify or clarify what we mean by financial education because i think a lot of people think oh this sounds complex it sounds complicated time consuming look really what we do we it's a simple way of teaching you how to be profitable either generating income from the markets are creating and protecting well it's not deep economic facts we're not talking about deciphering economic reports financial.

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