engineering time

engineering time

[‚en·jə′nir·iŋ ‚tīm]
(computer science)
The nonproductive time of a computer, reserved for maintenance and servicing.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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The platform lets the AXA risk consulting team expand the breadth of documentation and volume of accounts that can be reviewed, focus risk engineering time on high-impact areas, increase its ability to mitigate client site risk, and allow underwriters to decrease their speed-to-quote time, the company said in a statement.
The platform enables the AXA risk consulting team to expand the breadth of documentation and volume of accounts that can be reviewed, focus risk engineering time on high impact areas, increase its ability to mitigate client site risk, and allow underwriters to decrease their speed-to-quote time, said the company in a statement.
Having access to these verified models saves engineering time and eliminates mistakes that can occur when manually building part models.
When Intel acquired Saffron Technology in late 2015, it saw an opportunity for the company's cognitive computing platform to improve the engineering time and overall quality of Intel chip design.
In the example of Wind Turbine Infrastructure Inspections, combining existing UAV solutions with NVIDIA technology and custom Machine Learning models, BrainChild Innovation's approach can dramatically reduce the engineering time required for detecting damage to a wind turbine blade.
The availability of already-flying airframes that could be modified easily for specific airborne test work saved years of engineering time, not to mention the lives of countless test pilots who did not have to face airborne risks of the unknown.
Using these certified components in the design process, the team was able to reduce their engineering time and focus on the core design of their deployable wheel system.
Attempting to connect a legacy PBX with a wider modern communications suite just doesn't work, it results in more limited functionality, a fragmented and complex suite of applications, and requires more licenses, hardware and engineering time."
This saves a large amount of costly engineering time, says EPLAN, as well as minimising the risk of errors.
The pre-engineered OptiSIS solution is delivered ready to install, wire and configure, shortening the overall engineering time and eliminating the need for any programming.
This feature helps save engineering time by offering instant feedback on how the design is progressing and enables troubleshooting if required.

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