台灣浩鼎將在ASCO年會海報展示Adagloxad Simolenin(OBI-822)ヽOBI-999ヽOBI-3424臨床研究結果

台灣台北, May 18, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE via SEAPRWire.com) -- 台灣浩鼎生技 (TPEx: 4174) 作為癌症創新治療的領航者, 將於下個月3至7日在芝加哥舉行的美國臨床腫瘤學會(ASCO)年會上,以海報發布旗下針對不同腫瘤類型中的Globo H和AKR1C3抗原所研發新藥臨床研究新進展。 會中將發表的台灣浩鼎首創抗Globo H癌症疫苗Adagloxad Simoleninヽ抗體小分子藥物複合(ADC)OBI-999以及AKR1C3為靶向的首創前驅性化療新藥 OBI-3424研究,將由各計畫主持人親自在場介紹。 台灣浩鼎研發長賴明添博士指出,「我們將在 ASCO 發布三篇海報論文,重點介紹浩鼎首創癌症治療新藥 adagloxad simolenin、OBI-999 和 OBI-3424臨床試驗新進展;相信這些試驗中藥物將為癌細胞有 Globo H 或 AKR1C3 表達的癌症患者帶來潛在的治療利益。」浩鼎 也將於ASCO會場推出展示攤位,由研究計畫主持人和來自各地的與會專業人員面對面交流與討論浩鼎研發的癌症創新療法。 台灣浩鼎在ASCO發布之海報論文資訊如下: 摘要1/ 海報:TPS611 題目:抗Globo H疫苗Adagloxad Simolenin / OBI-821以Globo H陽性的早期ヽ高風險三陰性乳癌患者為對象的輔助治療隨機開放性三期臨床試驗研究 主講人:Hope S. Rugo醫學博士,美國加州大學舊金山分校 Helen Diller家庭綜合癌症中心 會議主題:乳癌—本地/區域/佐劑 會議時間:6月6日星期一美國中部時間上午8:00~11:00 摘要2/海報:3029 題目:OBI-999首度人體研究:以Globo...

Cipia與安霸擴大合作,將Driver Sense DMS集成至安霸CV28 SoC

BEIJING, May 18, 2022 - (亞太商訊 via SEAPRWire.com) - 計算機視覺AI車內汽車解決方案提供商Cipia(特拉維夫證券交易所代碼:CPIA)宣布擴大公司與領先人工智能半導體和軟件公司安霸(Ambarella)(納斯達克證券交易所代碼:AMBA)的現有合作夥伴關係。 Cipia宣布將其領先的Driver Sense DMS安裝在安霸的CV28 SoC上,以提供最先進的駕駛員監控和最精簡的可用計算需求。安霸的CV28在單個SoC中結合了先進的圖像信號處理、高分辨率視頻編碼和CVflow®計算機視覺處理。 Cipia駕駛員監控系統(DMS)軟件的精益計算要求,結合安霸的CV28 SoC的高效架構,實現了低功耗和減少熱管理。因此該組合解決方案能夠適配極小的外形尺寸,例如後視鏡,同時不會影響OEM要求所需的性能和功能。此外,該解決方案符合現有和預期的DMS汽車法規。該CV28集成了安霸的最新一代ISP,能夠處理單色(IR)以及RGB-Ir傳感器。Cipia的神經網絡架構效率,以及對安霸的CVflow AI引擎的額外優化,為CV28擁有充足空間添加額外功能。符合歐洲標準的基本DMS僅使用SoC總Arm®內核的50%和CVflow引擎10%的AI處理能力。而先進的DMS設置可檢測駕駛員ID和其危險活動(如使用手機、吸煙和未係安全帶),並使用60%的Arm內核和35%的CVflow AI引擎。Cipia首席執行官David Tolub表示:“此次整合延續了我們與安霸的長期成功合作夥伴關係。“安霸的CVflow SoC產品組合包括強大的圖像處理管道、CPU能力和神經處理加速的理想組合。藉此,,使得Cipia能夠以高幀速率運行許多神經網絡,並提供無法在僅用CPU的處理器上運行的大量功能。 ”安霸總裁兼首席執行官Fermi Wang表示:“我們發現市場對先進駕駛員監控系統的需求顯著增加。Cipia神經網絡為汽車製造商提供了一系列高精度DMS功能,而其低功耗操作運行能力使得攝像頭能夠可以安裝在車內多個位置。”關於CipiaCipia是一家提供領先智能傳感解決方案的企業,利用先進的計算機視覺和人工智能技術,實現更安全和更優質的駕駛體驗。公司專注於車內環境,提供Driver Sense駕駛員監控系統, Cabin Sense車內空間監測系統,以及Cipia-FS10車隊駕駛員監控和遠程視頻信息處理設備。經過十多年的研發,公司擁有領先的專利計算機視覺技術。 Cipia正在不斷突破智能感知解決方案的邊界,以實現更優質和更安全的駕駛體驗。 Copyright 2022 亞太商訊. All rights reserved. (via SEAPRWire)

Private kitchen cluster looking suspicious: officials

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熒德控股年度收益增加32.8%創新高

HONG KONG, May 17, 2022 - (亞太商訊 via SEAPRWire.com) - 於香港扎根多年的機電工程服務供應商—熒德控股有限公司(「公司」,連同其附屬公司「集團」)(股份代號︰8535.HK),於截至2022年3月31日止年度取得卓越業績,確認收益約405.17百萬港元,同比增加約32.8%,創下公司自2018年在香港聯合交易所有限公司GEM上市以來的歷史新高。受惠業務增加,單計安裝工程已為集團創造的年度收益為約306.90百萬港元;將近完成的五項大規模安裝項目,帶來總收益約為187.15百萬港元。 於截至2022年3月31日止年度,本公司權益持有人應佔溢利約20.78百萬港元(2021年3月31日止年度:約28.51百萬港元)。扣除公司於報告期間就建議公司股份由GEM轉往主板上市所產生之上市開支後,集團營運之正常化溢利約為33.06百萬港元,較過往年度增加約16.0%。董事建議派付截至2022年3月31日止年度的末期股息每股0.50港仙,連同已派付的中期股息每股0.35港仙,全年每股派息合共0.85港仙,維持穩定的派息比率。(2021年3月31日止年度:每股0.85港仙)。熒德控股主席兼行政總裁潘正強先生表示:「儘管疫情持續,加上全球資源供應短缺及通脹等問題,市場環境不穩,但集團憑藉領先的工程技術及豐富的項目管理經驗,為香港國際機場三跑道系統周邊配套基礎設施、港鐵黃竹坑站擴建以及港島東中心商業區重建等大型項目開展機電工程,並於年度內取得令人滿意的業績,收益創新高,營運之正常化溢利也錄得增長。展望將來,我們相信香港政府的政策,將為本港經濟帶來復甦動力,特別是明日大嶼願景及北部都會區兩項土地發展項目,預計將大幅增加香港對建築及相關工程服務的需求。我們將繼續通過標準化,提高產出質量及效率,並積極爭取更多工程,擴大業務,令業績更上一層樓。」截至2022年3月31日止年度,集團已開展三項大規模項目,初始合約金額合共為約113.12百萬港元,集團尚有眾多已獲取或已確定的具可觀收益項目。集團有信心,建議轉板上市將提供更多的資金渠道,加上多年來的盈利再投資,為整個擴張計劃提供資金,堅定地將集團打造成為未來領先的機電工程公司。另外,集團修訂股息政策,承諾將分派予股東的年度股息不少於在任何財政年度股東應佔集團綜合純利的30%。有關熒德控股有限公司熒德控股有限公司為香港機電工程服務供應商的領導企業之一,專注於消防系統的安裝、改動及加建工程以及保養,其全資附屬公司衛保消防工程顧問有限公司,自1972年起在香港提供工程服務。集團的客戶來自私營及公營界別。私營界別的客戶主要包括物業開發商、物業擁有人及物業開發商委聘的總承判商,而公營界別的客戶主要為房屋委員會及機電工程署等政府部門。傳媒查詢:縱橫財經公關顧問有限公司蘇嘉麗 +852 2864 4826 heidi.so@sprg.com.hk梁家儀 +852 2114 4172 phoebe.leung@sprg.com.hk高文萱 +852 2114 2370 rachel.ko@sprg.com.hkwww.sprg.com.hk Copyright 2022 亞太商訊. All rights reserved. (via SEAPRWire)

Appoint a children’s online safety commissioner: NGO

Save the Children is urging the government to appoint a commissioner for children’s online safety after a survey suggested four in 10 students in Hong Kong have been exposed to unwanted sexual content online. The survey that it commissioned, which quizzed about 1,300 pupils aged between eight and 17 for...