Time scheduling

Time scheduling

Lighting controls that use clocks to operate lighting systems on predictable schedules; the most commonly used form of automatic light control. Some energy codes require automatic controls as a minimum standard. Devices vary from individual time-clock switches to electric programmable timers to large-scale energy management systems.
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Computer Software Group plc (CS Group) is to work with Sidewinder Europe Ltd, a real time scheduling solutions provider.
Version 5.0 adds control of plotters, an administrative console for centralized service control, date and time scheduling for updating of quotas, individualized printer restrictions and much more.
Selectable functions include time zones, time activation and expiration, auto-unlock, time scheduling, first person in, and holiday scheduling.
In addition to classroom observations and interviews (with students, teachers, principals, and parents), we have shadowed students during the school day for a firsthand view of intensive time scheduling in action.
For every class missed under traditional scheduling, two were lost under intensive time scheduling. And, during the flu season, teachers and students were frequently absent.
During the second year, the drop in faculty enthusiasm for intensive time scheduling may have been more the result of a change in leadership than the new schedule.
COMSEC, a scheduling software developer and distributor, has released the latest version of its Facility Master time scheduling system.