comfort control

comfort control

[′kəm·fərt kən′trōl]
(engineering)
Control of temperature, humidity, flow, and composition of air by using heating and air-conditioning systems, ventilators, or other systems to increase the comfort of people in an enclosure.
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With driver wellbeing in mind, optional ENERGIZING comfort control links various comfort systems in the vehicle, systematically using the functions of the climate control system (including fragrancing) and the seats (heater, ventilation, massage) as well as lighting and musical moods.
The SmartTOP comfort control for the Jaguar F-Type Convertible is available from 339,00 Euro + tax.
The latest ENERGIZING comfort control brings cloud nine to car enthusiasts as it gives the driver ultimate control of the climate, lighting and musical atmosphere.
Thanks to the world-first 'Energizing' comfort control feature, the driver and passengers can now link various comfort systems such as climate control and massage functions.
An optional energising comfort control combines various in-vehicle systems to create an optimum environment.
There's also the PS2495 Comfort package, adding Air Body Control air suspension, energising comfort control package and black nappa leather upholstery.
There's also the PS2,495 Comfort package in conjunction with Premium Plus and adding Air Body Control air suspension, energising comfort control package and black nappa leather upholstery.
The optional Energizing Comfort Control feature offers up to six programs that intelligently consists of rejuvenating programs of sound, lighting, seating and climate comfort.
Features include intelligent driving assistance systems (optional in Levant), Widescreen Cockpit, integrated ENERGIZING comfort control (available as standard in GCC and optional in Levant) and the latest infotainment generation.
Du, "Thermal comfort control based on neural network for HVAC application," in Proceedings of the IEEE Conference on Control Applications (CCA '05), pp.