pilot system

pilot system

[′pī·lət ‚sis·təm]
(computer science)
A system for evaluating new procedures for handling data in which a sample that is representative of the data to be handled is processed.
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Monitoring the performance of individual molds through the Process Pilot system can quickly identify and correct issues at individual mold stations and captures valuable mold performance data that can help determine the optimal time for system maintenance.
On August 11, 2017, the State Agency for Electronic Management, in partnership with the Central Electoral Commission, launched the procedure for the selection of a contractor for the first phase of the project "Construction and implementation of a pilot system for remote electronic voting".
Merrick received a National Honor Award in the Energy category for the hydrothermal processing pilot system (HPPS) project, Oil in Hours, Not Millions of Years.
Toyota Motor Corporation (NYSE: TM)(LSE: TYT)(TYO: 7203), a Japan-based automaker, has launched the next generation of cars equipped with an auto pilot system.
We are pleased to note this second order for a SiC membrane pilot system placed by an oil company within this quarter.
China is expanding a pilot system that tracks the movement of fresh produce to the supermarket shelf as part of efforts to tighten supervision of its food industry.
The modernization is notable because Odell has made its pilot system a centerpiece of its marketing efforts and small batch beer program.
The automatic pilot system relieves the anaesthetist of one of his tasks so that he can devote himself to the extremely important job of monitoring the patient's state," said Professor Marc Fischler, head of anaesthetics at Foch Hospital in Suresnes.
The pilot system is supported by the Office of the Deputy Prime Minister and uses technology aimed at cutting benefits mistakes and fraud, estimated to cost the country GBP3bn each year.
Biax-Fiberfilm debuts a state-of-the-art 1 meter multifunctional pilot system to support the increasing demands of external and internal R & D activities.
Devich said that although the pilot system includes $12,000 worth of commercial off-the-shelf computer equipment provided by NAVSUP's Automated Information Technology office, where existing laptops can be made available, only a barcode scanner and smart card reader need be acquired at a cost of about $250.
The FTB will begin a pilot system for pro forma returns called Ready Return to reduce taxpayer burden.