storage and retrieval system

storage and retrieval system

[′stȯr·ij ən ri′trē·vəl ‚sis·təm]
(computer science)
An organized method of putting items away in a manner which permits their recall or retrieval from storage. Also known as storetrieval system.
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In [2] given a consolidated report on the characteristics of automated storage and retrieval system (AS/RS).
A new version of the RapidStore UL1400 storage and retrieval system that automates conventional pallet storage has been released, incorporating performance optimizing software and supporting freezer/cooler applications.
The Medbox RX Medication Storage and Retrieval System is called the 'Lockbox Rx'.
The implementation of the information storage and retrieval system will enable the storage, search, retrieval and management of parliamentary information.
Comparing the efficiency and operating costs of an automated storage and retrieval system with manual systems is only a click away with the new free online ROI/IRR (Return on Investment/Internal Rate of Return) Calculator developed by Remstar International.
The Automatic Storage and Retrieval System from EC&S Robotics, Birmingham, Alabama, can serve as a buffer between core production and the mold line requirements, allowing cores to be stored for future use but remain easily retrievable.
In a video image storage and retrieval system, a video picture of an individual's face is stored in the computer.
Bashaw and Lambertus Hesselink -- have devised an information storage and retrieval system that records digital data holographically.
The Tupperware Express automatic storage and retrieval system (AS/RS) employs robots and conveyors to move product from Tupperware's 202,000-sq-ft Dense Storage Warehouse through packing and shipping.
A high-density automated storage and retrieval system stores up to 6,000 loads of products--including work-in-process materials.
The heart of the nobake line is its computer-controlled production center and the automatic storage and retrieval system (AS/RS) for patterns [ILLUSTRATION FOR FIGURE 1 OMITTED].
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