multistation

multistation

[′məl·tē‚stā·shən]
(communications)
Pertaining to a network in which each station can communicate with each of the other stations.
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Is test security an issue in a multistation clinical assessment?
Huang, "Multiple fault diagnosis method in multistation assembly processes using orthogonal diagonalization analysis," Journal of Manufacturing Science and Engineering, vol.
Multistation proprioceptive exercise program prevents ankle injuries in basketball.
Continuous multistation networks have been established over Singapore in recent decades.
Before entering the production floor, everyone passes through a multistation air chamber that blows loose particles and vacuums them up, hands are washed and footwear is machine scrubbed.
This investigation used only 3 military relevant tasks (prone position into 30 m sprint, 27 m zigzag run, 10 m casualty drag) vs the multistation (8-19) obstacle courses frequently used in other investigations, since direct action raids mostly involve short distance sprinting around obstacles and to points of cover.
According to the company, an agreement was signed in France with Multistation, a company that has been working in industrial 3D printing for over 20 years in France and Africa.
Standard features: Rotary table for multistation operation.
Integration of process-Oriented Tolerancing and Maintenance Planning in Design of Multistation Manufacturing Process.
Improving access to diabetes care in an innercity, community-based outpatient health center with a monthly open-access, multistation group visit program.
Other equipment on display were Leica Nova MS50, the world's first Multistation that integrates 3Dpoint cloud measurements into a regular survey workflow, Leica ScanStation C10, which includes a high-accuracy/long-range scanner, tilt sensor and auto-adjusting video camera and laser plummet - all in one compact, portable instrument and Leica Viva GNSS [GS10 & GS15] integrated, modular solutions.
For example, the revolutionary BIM One Box Leica Nova MS50 MultiStation, introduced in June 2013, offers full-featured total station layout capabilities that can handle BIM layout points from Revit, AutoCAD or virtually any other BIM or CAD program with ease, while also integrating real-time delta reporting for quality assurance checks and high definition laser scanning capabilities for capturing as-built point clouds to be compared with the as-designed model.