mode shift

mode shift

[′mōd ‚shift]
(electronics)
Change in mode of magnetron operation during a pulse.
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Understanding Work Mode Shift Helps Companies Cut Costs, Increase Revenue
Shifts between the two modes are synchronous -- meaning no engine speed changes are necessary for the mode shift to occur -- resulting in seamless accelerations.
The bill provides that the Sustainable Transport Action Plan shall include strategies relating to the prioritization of non-motorized transport, seamless and inclusive public transportation system, and green infrastructure and facilities parking, public transport, cycling, walking and transport infrastructure, travel demand management and will set out the actions required to achieve the mode shift target over a certain period of time as identified by DOTC and NEDA.
A mode shift to greater use of active transport would bring environmental, health, social, and equity benefits (de Nazelle et al.
A study undertaken by Vachal and Benson (2008) also identifies this trend of mode shift from railroad to truck for agricultural freight.
Experiences in selected countries suggest that varying amounts of mode shift and some benefits were attained where decision makers implemented policies to move traffic from other modes to rail.
6-litre V8 engine with VVEL (variable valve event and lift) and DIG (direct injection gasoline) technologies together with a seven-speed automatic transmission with manual mode shift technology.
Governments across the GCC have been assessing various strategies to encourage a mode shift towards public transportation.
Transportation Mode Shift Incentive: reduction in transportation impact fees for performance measures that are proven to reduce onsite trip generation, such as location on Whatcom Transportation Authority Go-Lines.
6-litre V8 engine with VVEL (variable valve event and lift) and DIG (direct injection gasoline) technologies together with a 7-speed automatic transmission with manual mode shift technology.
In this case, FedEx Trade Networks provided an end-to-end solution from Asia-Pacific to the United States that allows HP's supply chain to speed up, slow down and mode shift as needed.