Aug 28, 2018
Secure Transportation and Executive Protection News for Tuesday, August 28th, 2018
In Security News
From Security Today
Hotels Defying Do Not Disturb Signs
Caesars Entertainment, one of the world’s largest casino companies, is ruffling customers’ feathers with newly minted security procedures in the wake of the October 2017 mass shooting in Las Vegas.
Caesars began the rollout of these new policies in February 2018, mandating a visual search of a room by security personnel if hotel staff have not had access to the room in over 24 hours. Even if guests put up a “Do Not Disturb” sign on their door, security will enter the room to perform the search.
In Vehicle News
Rolls-Royce microbots could be working on your engine in no time
Rolls-Royce and Harvard University are teaming up to create
microbots for engine maintenance on aircrafts. SWARM robots will
enter the engine with the help of a snake robot and inspect the
engine from the inside without removing parts of the engine.
Would you let microbots work on your car?
In Business of Executive Protection News
From Quartz and Google.Com
Google Search now helps veterans to find jobs
The current extremely low rate of unemployment for US veterans is disguising some unpleasant truths.
Part of the problem, according to veterans, it that it’s often not that obvious where they should send their resumes. Emblematic of the disconnect they feel between their old and new life is the very language the military uses to describe jobs. Veterans arrive in their new civilian lives with a code to describe what they did in uniform. For instance, the army and marines use a Military Occupational Specialty (MOS) code. These strings of letters and numbers tell other insiders exactly what they did every day, but what does “MOS 0369” mean to a bank recruiter or tech startup?
For military service personnel, transitioning to civilian life can be very difficult. Many people begin their job searches on Google, so Google started with Search to help those who have served and their families.
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