modern control

modern control

[′mäd·ərn kən′trōl]
(control systems)
A control system that takes account of the dynamics of the processes involved and the limitations on measuring them, with the aim of approaching the condition of optimal control.
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With its novel motor design and breakthrough in modern control theory, I believe Raser has the potential to be a significant factor in increasing the size of this industry.
In 1997 Mackie established the benchmark for modern control surface technology with the introduction of the Mackie HUI (Human User Interface) and the HUI MIDI protocol for software/hardware communication.
JLV, as active in the field of catering services to the rail, where not only increase competition but also contractors require access professional crew members, sales skills including a high level of commodity expertise, modern control technology and staff flexibility in response to new types of vehicles.
Other Xerox papers at the conference cover topics ranging from GlossMark(TM) images, a technique for authenticating documents, to use of modern control theory to automate document production processes.
An additional service contract for the adaption of modern control electronics in cab cars, valued at approximately 5 million euro (8 million US), was signed with Paribus-DIF-Netz-West-Waggon GmbH & Co.
His present area of interest includes the application of intelligent and modern control technology in Pitney Bowes machines designs to improve performance and cost.
The Polaris control system brings all the advantages of a modern control system to a time-tested platform while maintaining and enhancing the key elements of performance and cost-effectiveness.
The feed, which was used in Europe and the United States for the growth of chicken, was used in Pakistan and modern control sheds and latest technology was also being used for the purpose, he added.
Behind the scenes, Smart City authorities and mega-event organisers increasingly need the oversight delivered by the sophisticated city-wide or event-wide real-time dashboard of services found in modern control rooms.
Behind the scenes, Smart City authorities and mega-event organizers increasingly need the oversight delivered by the sophisticated city-wide or event-wide real-time dashboard of services found in modern control rooms.
Moreover, modern control sheds and the latest technology was also being used for the purpose.
Endress+Hauser says they're also really accurate thanks to the four-wire class A RTD thin film sensor located in the tip of the instrument and integration of the Easytemp into a process is simple: available as a programmable mA transmitter or as an RTD signal, the instrument's output can be tailored to suit any modern control system.