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abb

[ab]
(textiles)
Yarn made of abb wool.
(vertebrate zoology)
A coarse wool from the fleece areas of lesser quality.
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System 800xA has had tremendous acceptance worldwide since its introduction last year," said Bob Hausler, vice president Industrial IT Systems marketing, ABB Inc.
NYSE:ABB) of Auburn Hills, Michigan and Braintech operate together under a strategic alliance whereby ABB uses Braintech's vision guidance technology to power its TrueView Vision Guided Robotic System.
NYSE: ABB) of Auburn Hills, Michigan and Braintech operate together under a strategic alliance whereby ABB uses Braintech's vision guidance technology to power its TrueView Vision Guided Robotic System.
They are a perfect fit for ABB's service strategy," said Dinesh Paliwal, Head of ABB North America.
NYSE: ABB) of Auburn Hills, Michigan and Braintech operate together under a strategic alliance whereby ABB uses Braintech vision guidance technology inside of its TrueView Vision Guided Robotic system.
of Auburn Hills and Braintech operate together under a strategic alliance whereby ABB uses Braintech vision guidance technology inside of its TrueView Vision Guided Robotic system.
Thanks to Genesys Conferencing, ABB is complementing its existing audio and Web portfolio with rich multimedia conferencing services for the whole group, specifically aimed at increasing collaboration with our partners, customers and suppliers," added Kuhs.
Our power and automation technologies influence the daily lives of billions of people worldwide," said Dinesh Paliwal, ABB President and CEO in North America and a member of the global group executive committee.
In the pulp and paper segment, while the majority of the sensors and transmitters market focuses on maintenance, repair, and overhaul (MRO), ABB provides backward compatibility with improved asset management functionality.
0 with ABB's Energy Management Solutions to offer a deeper integration of ABB applications and the ConsoleWorks applications for future deployment in the utility IT space.
Dominique Cerutti, general manager of IBM Global Services, Europe, Middle East and Africa, said: "In today's tough economic climate, this agreement represents a strong statement by ABB that it intends to expand its position as a leader in the manufacturing industry.
According to FORTUNE, Rumsfeld, the only American director of the ABB board from 1990 to early 2001--and usually vocal about his disdain for the Communist regime in North Korea--has never acknowledged that he knew the company was competing for the $200 million contract to provide the design and key components of two light-water reactors, which according to experts can be used to build weapons-grade material.