TIRIS


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TIRIS

(Texas Instruments Registration and Identification System) An RFID system from TI that uses a 3.6x29mm cylindrical tag. Reading can be done from as far as 40 inches away. See RFID.
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Aura Energy's quarterly report highlights the recently released definitive feasibility study on the 85% owned Tiris uranium project in Mauritania (Mauritania Government - 15%).
'The completion of the Tiris Uranium Project Definitive Feasibility Study has concluded that the project possesses both a very low capital development cost and a very low operating cost, and validates Aura's long held view that the Tiris Project is one of the most compelling uranium development projects in the world at the current time', Mr Peter Reeve, Aura's Executive Chairman, said.
The system has been implemented using programmable passive batteryless tags from Texas Instruments, whose UK distributor for TIRIS is RFID Components of Kempston, Bedford.
There are three production centres, all located in the Tiris area, near Zouerate: Kedia d'Idjill and M'Haoudat for rich hematite ores and Guelb El Rhein producing low grade ore.
Each cart is outfitted with a TIRIS transponder, which holds a unique radio frequency identification (RFID) code.
The system is based on a Texas Instruments technology, Texas Instruments' registration and identification system (TIRIS) |TM~, which is a wireless electronic link between the starter key and the car's computer system.
Aura Energy* (LON:AURA) - Tiris uranium feasibility study
Luisito Mendoza Jr., head of Casiguran Municipal Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Office (MDRRMO), said an estimated 15,000 of these residents were from the villages of Inlagadian, Casay, Mabini, Tigbao, San Juan, San Antonio, San Isidro, Rizal, Tiris, Gogon, Central, Timbayog, Adovis and Colambis, all in Casiguran.
Mustafa Tiris, General Manager at Tegnatia, commented: "They are delighted to partner with Trina Solar, a global solar energy leader.
Ebnu se reconoce asi como "Un dromedario del Tiris /de la Habana a Madrid/de Argel a Paris" (82).
Thus, the author refers to the Hispano-Celtic numeral "Tiris 'three' (masc.
With the airline industry anticipating a possible international enforcement of Positive Passenger Baggage Matching (PPBM), Texas Instruments believes that its new TIRIS Tag-it technology could spell the end for misrouted baggage.