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positioning

[pə′zish·ən·iŋ]
(mechanical engineering)
A tooling function concerned with manipulating the workpiece in relationship to the working tools.
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OKI's eSound Positioning assigns a virtual location to each individual thus enabling users to hear each other each speaking from his or her unique direction, just as in a real conversation.
The positioning is based on two factors: the flow of the game and the formation of the team.
The HPM integrates TV and A-GPS ranging information so that any combination of three or more TV towers and GPS satellites can be used for positioning.
KEE's technology in agriculture," he said, meshed with TPS positioning technology and "our company's history in this important market segment, will allow the development of the most advanced and complete product portfolio for this emerging precision Ag and prescription farming techniques.
Ray O'Connor, president and CEO of Topcon Positioning, said Mudrick's promotion is "well deserved and confirms what a great team Topcon has built in the United States.
MammoPad's ability, as confirmed by numerous published studies, to significantly reduce discomfort related to the breast positioning procedure.
This report is suitable for anyone desiring more illustrations and description of GSM positioning architectures and functions as well as those tasked with understanding and/or teaching GSM positioning.
Many people do not understand the underlying technologies necessary to position wireless devices, render the raw positioning data into usable location information, manage location information, place the information into context through Geographic Information Systems (GIS), and the issues associated with the use of location information by consuming LBS applications.
Skyhook Wireless announced today the commercial availability of the Wi-Fi Positioning System (WPS), the first wide-area positioning system leveraging 802.
Terralites broadcast a new positioning signal, called "XPS," throughout the mine to a new category of tri-frequency mobile receivers.
Novariant precision positioning technologies are leading the way to deliver centimeter level positioning, machine control, and positioning infrastructures that can operate in a broader range of applications with greater reliability and uptime.