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not on a regular route of a transportation system

not connected to a computer network

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The Inropa off-line programming tool is PC-based software which enables the user to operate with a virtual model of the robot cell where the entire process is simulated with robots, painting equipment and fixtures, so the cycle time, the range of the robot, speed, and collision considerations are examined prior to testing the application on the physical robots.
Off-line programming enables to describe the task complexly, to make an experiment with structure of workplace, to eliminate a collision states and to verify a created program in 3D form.
That common sense must take into account the hybrid online and off-line customers, who tend to have very high expectations.
Off-line processing provides instantaneous response times, and the bank's management no longer has to wait around for queries to be answered and reports to be generated.
17) Several articles have been written about online NO measurement techniques, (3,15,16,18-21) but published data on off-line methods are limited.
Scenarist Off-Line has been designed specifically to meet the needs of these users and, at $1,495, is the lowest priced "professional quality" DVD authoring tool in the market.
Electronic records that have been set aside for long-term storage are no longer required for operational purposes so they fall into the off-line storage environment.
Off-line readers retrieve and filter preselected, customized information without the user having to muddle through the Internet's World Wide Web to find it.
Based on these studies and the new images, Weaver suggests that the off-line chunks were created more recently and by a force other than Jupiter's gravity.
Some inhabitants, however, argue vehemently for the continuity of structures defined in the off-line world, particularly ciphers of gender.
The number of on- and off-line electronic databases (EDBs) for the plastics industry has increased significantly in the past five years.
This campaign is designed to use off-line and on-line channels to raise the awareness of all parents - not just those who are Internet savvy," said Charles Curran, AOL's Chief Counsel for Policy and a member of the Taskforce.
The news at the show included the first two-armed, 13-axis robot; the first use of RFID technology for automated tool changing; new simulation developments for off-line programming of single or multiple robots in work cells; and a new modular work-cell concept that lets users easily add or remove "plug-and-play" modules for secondary operations.
This system replaces off-line optical comparators, which are not effective for extrusions that are spooled and cannot be cut periodically for off-line measurement, according to the company.
IT departments often make do by moving aging data off-line or into on-line silos (also called black holes.