time system

time system

[′tīm ‚sis·təm]
(control systems)
A system of clocks and control devices, with or without a master timepiece, to indicate time at various remote locations.

time system

A system of clocks and control devices, with or without a master timepiece, which will indicate time at various remote locations; the master timepiece may have additional facilities to program other systems, such as bells.
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As he implies, the different elements of this mid-nineteenth-century time system coincided as much by chance as by necessity.
10 January 2012 - Paychex Inc (NASDAQ:PAYX), the US company whose products meet the payroll and human resource needs of small and mid-sized enterprises, announced the acquisition of Icon Time Systems Inc, an Oregon-headquartered outfit specialising in computer-based and online employee time clocks for small businesses.
Icon Time Systems, which employs 16 people, will operate as a wholly-owned Paychex subsidiary, the buyer said in a press release.
NORDIC BUSINESS REPORT-4 May 2009-Outotec and Real Time Systems Oy team to develop new-generation system for energy-efficiency of electric arc furnaces(C)1994-2009 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD http://www.
Outotec (Helsinki:OTE1V), which is engaged in minerals processing and metallurgical technologies, declared on 4 May that it has entered into an agreement with Finland-based Real Time Systems Oy to cooperation in the development of a new-generation measuring and regulating system for electric arc furnaces, which are used by steel mills in the production of steel from steel scrap.
On Time Systems, a Eugene software optimization firm, announced Monday that it has landed another contract with the U.
Air Force will help On Time Systems further develop its prototype air-fleet management tool, known as DWARP.
Everybody is being pushed to operate at the margins, and that's our space," said Matt Ginsberg, CEO of On Time Systems, a 17-employee firm based in the Riverfront Research Park, near the University of Oregon campus in Eugene.
In the next nine months, On Time Systems will evaluate the potential cost savings if the Navy used the firm's shipyard scheduling software at its major repair yards.