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Rockwell Collins' Automatic Supervisory Adaptive Control system altered the flight control system after the events by detecting and compensating for the damage.
The final phase of the assessment involves retrofitting a sampling of the luminaires with adaptive control systems.
Current research areas in the initial phase (with active participation of industrial partners) including specific limitations within manufacturing industry are listed below: * Concept of adaptive control system for intelligent factory.
It has a feed opening of 50 by 66 inches and features Peterson's Adaptive Control System II, which controls all components of the feed system to optimize output.
Some practical applications include: methods of sorting seeds to identify the best seeds and eliminate damaged ones; predicting the number of people likely to take a given flight, to avoid over- or under-booking airline reservations; and developing adaptive control systems to optimize the conversion of a wide variety of different vehicles to natural gas.
1996, 1997) developed an adaptive control system of router feed speed using an acoustic emission technique.
GE Fanuc Automation North America introduces its new Adapt for Milling adaptive control system that cuts cycle time by 40 percent and gives small and medium shops the same ability to optimize roughing machining as large shops.
Experian(R), a global information solutions company, has introduced the Portfolio Management Package for Post Charge-off accounts, a one-stop solution for large financial institutions and collection agencies needing an adaptive control system to help them better manage their post charge-off portfolios.