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There were racks for weapons, and slightly raised platforms for the sleeping silks and furs of the warriors, but now its only occupants were two of the therns who had been of the party with Thurid and Matai Shang.
For two days Tarzan sought futilely for some clew to the whereabouts of the machine or its occupants.
The BTS provides a key input signal to a vehicle's Occupant Classification System, which classifies front passenger-side occupants and selects the airbag deployment strategy.
Occupant behaviour, which is a key issue for building design optimization, energy diagnosis, performance evaluation, and building energy simulation, contributes significantly to the building energy consumption, while the cognition of influences of occupant behaviour is quite insufficient both in building systems design and energy retrofit nowadays, leading to limited understanding and inappropriate over-simplification.
Researchers found that occupant satisfaction in LEED environments declines with time, with the greatest level of satisfaction reported during the first year a worker spends in a green building.
The Honeywell Vector Occupant App combines the convenience of todays mobile devices with connected building features to give users more control over their comfort levels and ability to securely move about the workplace.
Energy-related occupant behavior can be defined as functions such as adjusting thermostats and humidistats, switching main and task lights on and off, opening and closing operable windows or window blinds, turning personal heaters or fans on and off, etc.
As more commercial buildings are retrofitted to improve energy efficiency, active occupant engagement is necessary to fully realize potential benefits.
Meanwhile, existing building automation systems provide no feedback to the occupant about his energy use behavior and how he should behave to support facility managers to achieve energy saving goals.
In this article, I investigate the size and importance of the non-owner occupant housing market prior to the housing crisis.
Over the past 40 years, technology to reduce occupant injury in automotive collisions has advanced remarkably.
Research has shown that occupant response and behavior is influenced by factors such as their familiarity with the building, their previous experiences in emergencies, their commitment to any task or situation in which they are engaged, whether they are alone or in a group, their ties to others in the group, their role, and training, as well as individual characteristics such as age and gender (SFPE 2003).
The new Ford Mondeo scored a full five star rating for adult occupant protection, four stars for child occupant protection and two stars for pedestrian protection.
As he was trailing them, waiting for the backup to get there, they stopped the car and got out and the one occupant opened fire on him,'' Smith said.
With its distinctive sliding side doors, the Peugeot 1007 becomes the highest scoring car in all classes for adult occupant protection.