No open play, says Oktay as Gor head North

first_imgOktay says he will have to opt out of playing open football and look at getting in the least a point in both ties.“You know my style and you know I love to play open, attractive football. We did it in Nigeria against Lobi Stars and we also did it against Petro in Angola. But now we will have to change. I have to change my style a bit,” the tactician told Capital Sport.He added; “We need to get at least a point in the two away games. We know playing in North Africa is hard, but I am not worried. I know my boys and I know we can make it.”Gor mahia players celebrate Francis Kahata’s goal against NA Hussein Dey in a CAF Confederations Cup match at the Moi Sports Centre Kasarani on February 24, 2019. PHOTO/Timothy OlobuluK’Ogalo has had a torrid away record and since their first return to continental football in 2008, the club hasn’t enjoyed victory away from home, the only time that happened being a 5-0 win away to Anse Re-Union and last year’s 3-2 victory over Yanga in Dar es Salaam.“I don’t know about the past, but I am committed to see the team succeed in these two games because they are very important. We are going to go away and we will get positive results,” Oktay noted.Gor who leave Nairobi on Friday evening will not travel back to Nairobi once they are done with the tie against Hussein Dey but will remain in the North to await the game against Egypt.“We will not be back and that’s why our midweek game against Ulinzi was rescheduled. We are yet to decide whether we will stay in Algeria for a few days and then travel to Egypt or we will just go there direct and prepare from there. But we will make a decision once we get there,” Gor Mahia Chief Executive Officer Lordvick Aduda says.Gor Mahia head coach Hassan Oktay chats with midfielder Francis Kahata before a training session at the Camp Toyoyo Ground on December 11, 2018. PHOTO/Timothy OlobuluOktay will have tricky balancing acts to do as he will possibly use the same squad that played midweek against Tusker FC in a Kenyan Premier League tie. Oktay complained that they had asked for postponement of their game against Tusker, but were not listened to.“The Algerian Federation helped Hussein Dey because they postponed their league matches. But for us, we asked of the same but nothing. But, I am not worried. We will go and fight to get a result. I know if all my players were physically 100pc, we would get a minimum of three or four goals in Algeria. Rest assured,” the tactician opined.Gor will still miss the services of defender Joash Onyango who picked up a heavy knock in his ribs in their match against Western Stima two weeks ago.Francis Kahata who was rested against Tusker in midweek will also be okay to start the important tie.If Gor avoid defeat in Algeria, they will remain on top of the standings. Their bid for a quarter final slot will receive a massive boost if Petro Atletico and Zamalek draw in the other tie and they travel to Zamalek and also get a point.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Gor Mahia head coach Hassan Oktay gestures on the touchline during their CAF Confederations Cup game against Egypt’s Zamalek at the Moi Sports Centre Kasarani on February 3, 2019. PHOTO/Raymond MakhayaNAIROBI, Kenya, Mar 1 – Gor Mahia head coach Hassan Oktay has hinted at a change in strategy as the club faces two back to back away matches in Group D of the CAF Confederations Cup over the next two weekends.The record Kenyan champions face Algeria’s NA Hussein Dey on Sunday in Algiers and follow that up with another away assignment against Egyptian giants Zamalek in Alexandria a week later, hoping to pick a minimum of a point in each game.last_img read more

TI: single-chip, CMOS millimeter-wave sensor in mass production

first_img Continue Reading Previous IAR: Visual State Version 9.1 with updated design and code generation toolNext VadaTech: NVMe HBA AMC modules with dual/quad M.2 SSD’s One year after introducing the mmWave single-chip, complementary metal-oxide semiconductor sensor, Texas Instruments announces the mass production of its highly integrated, ultra-wideband AWR1642 and IWR1642 mmWave sensors. These sensors support frequencies from 76 to 81 GHz and deliver three times more accurate sensing and the smallest footprint at a fraction of the power of competing sensor technologies. Thousands of customers are developing with TI’s mmWave sensors to enable innovation in automotive and industrial applications, including vehicle occupancy detection, people counting in buildings, machine and human interaction and more.Engineers around the world are using TI mmWave radar sensors, which will first appear in vehicles on the road in late 2018, to enable new advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) applications, which include long-, short- and medium-range radar, that help make the car smarter and safer. Expanding outside of ADAS, engineers are using the automotive-qualified AWR1642 sensor to detect free space and obstacles near doors and trunks, occupancy detection inside the cabin, intruder alert and smarter automated parking.In addition to providing the industry’s only publicly available mass-produced single-chip CMOS sensor, TI also offers a common software development kit and design resources to help speed development time. For example, the Vehicle Occupant Detection Reference Design provides a system-level overview and software examples for using the AWR1642 sensor to detect people inside a vehicle.With its small form factor and high resolution, the IWR1642 sensor is designed to enable a smarter world and is supported by design resources to help engineers quickly bring their smart systems to reality. For example:To improve building automation, developers can use the People Counting and Tracking Reference Design Using mmWave Radar Sensor. By monitoring both the large and small movements of people through the collection range, velocity and angle data, developers can enable more intelligent building systems, including heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC), lighting, elevators and more.The Traffic Monitoring Object Detection and Tracking Reference Design Using mmWave Radar Sensor for smart cities tracks vehicle and machine movement with a sensor-equipped intelligent transportation system on the road, in the factory or on the farm to streamline everything from parking meters and traffic lights to agriculture and construction equipment and incident management.Developers can use mmWave sensors in machines on the production line to sense and avoid obstacles or detect and recognize hand gestures through the collection of range, velocity and angle data, revolutionizing human and machine interactions.Share this:TwitterFacebookLinkedInMoreRedditTumblrPinterestWhatsAppSkypePocketTelegram Tags: Chips & Components last_img read more