ultrastrip

ultrastrip

[′əl·trə‚strip]
(graphic arts)
A piece of film, usually 1.5 inches by 7 inches (3.5 by 18 centimeters) in size, containing either negative or positive images, or frames, of printed material reduced 150 times by photographic reduction.
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The robotic technology was developed by JPL, the Robotics Engineering Consortium at Carnegie Mellon University in Pennsylvania and UltraStrip Systems Inc.
Called UltraStrip, it represents the latest generation of products used for electronic article surveillance (EAS), says a company spokesman.