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To turn a set of manual steps into an electronic operation that runs on its own. It may also refer to removing certain human interactions with the software in an existing information system to make it operate from beginning to end without intervention. See automation.
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Automating solid phase extraction (SPE) is also increasingly I useful for rapid sample prep and purification for chromatographic or other analyses.
Companies can achieve process efficiencies, improve accuracy and reduce audit defense costs by automating their use tax calculations.
First, the system employ's Bridgestone's ATMSS automated tire manufacturing synchronized system technology for automating and integrating the processes from material processing to vulcanization.
Automating the Future: A History of the Automated Manufacturing Research Facility 1980-1995 (NIST SP 967), recently published by NIST as part of its centennial celebration, chronicles 15 years of collaboration between government, industry and academia that linked robots, computers and machine tools into what American Machinist magazine once called "the free world's largest and most advanced public research facility for the study of automated manufacturing."
Automating the scorecard allows organizations to incorporate data from such diverse systems as payroll, inventory, sales, and human resources with minimum effort.
The cost of automating an existing highway should be only a fraction of the cost of building new roads, Bishop says, which currently averages about $50 million per mile per lane.
As an official of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, which is significantly involved in processing Treasury auctions, I thought it would be useful to focus my statement on the current status of automating Treasury auctions.
The automated power generation dispatch software is also enabling companies to maintain the balance between the demand for power and its supply through automating the process of distribution of power generated from diversified resources.
Request Sample Report @ https://www.factmr.com/connectus/sample?flag=S&rep_id=1869 Warehousing industry has increased by leaps and bounds over the past few years, and it has introduced the trend of warehouse automation, which entails automating a variety of warehousing automations, including storage and replenishment of loads.
There are tremendous cost advantages to automating Tier 1 tasks because Tier 1 operations are generally staffed 24X7, so the cost justification for these "enterprise management tools" is amplified by the staffing costs of three shifts.
Automating sample preparation and analysis can significantly improve quality control in the metalcasting industry.
Automating more decisions with greater precision will cause fewer exceptions and referrals to fall out of the system and, most importantly, provide greater assurance that risk pricing aligns well with risk quality.

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