estimated time

estimated time

[′es·tə‚mād·əd ′tīm]
(industrial engineering)
A predicted element or operation time.
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The estimated time of arrival (ETA) has already reached an average of 4.5 minutes versus previous average of 12-14 minutes, aiming to reach an ETA of 3 minutes in September.
The sensors use cellular connectivity to share the in-transit location and condition of shipments, allowing managers to use the associated software platform to set up custom alerts such as estimated time of arrival warnings, temperature deviations or geofences.
Another factor taken into consideration is the state of the horizon, which is thicker during the SW monsoon due to higher humidity, when you could add 10 minutes on the above difference of estimated time, with the prospects for sighting best during the NE monsoon during the winter months, with the horizon being more clear.
The fees do not apply if the driver cancels within 5 minutes; if the driver is not moving toward the pickup point; or if they take 15 minutes or longer than the estimated time of arrival.
End customers receive progressive updates, estimated time of arrival countdowns and a real-time, live map view of the technician on the way to the appointment.
The estimated time of restoration would be four hours.
This is expected to propel the manifold pressure sensor global market over the estimated time. Consumers are becoming increasingly concerned about safety and security and this will drive the manifold absolute pressure sensor global market over the estimated time.
The estimated time of travel from the southwestern city of Mokpo to Seoul was 6 hours and 10 minutes.
Another recovery flight, DG 6006, will be mounted for September 19, with estimated time of departure from Manila at 8:05 a.m., and estimated time of arrival in Tuguegarao at 9:25 a.m.; DG 6007 is scheduled to depart Tuguegarao at 9:55 a.m.
Summary: Customers can see an estimated time of arrival for their taxi and fare estimates.

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