What does IZ stand for?
IZ stands for Inspection Zone
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The first tender includes building roads, commercial gates and inspection zone.
The first one is for building roads, commercial gates and inspection zone, while bids submission date has been extended until December 23 in the case of the other tender for construction of roads, infrastructure and building at the berth area of the port.
During an inspection last month on Randy Pap Beltline and West 11th Avenue, 21 trucks were stopped for alleged violations and asked to pull into an inspection zone.
The live display of the millimetre-wave image sequence to the operator means that the detection of concealed objects can start as soon as the passenger enters the inspection zone.
Handhelds with barcode functionality will utilize ruggedized barcode "tags" placed around the vehicle in strategic inspection zones to verify inspections are completed.
The Optyx optical inspection system uses unique high intensity discharge (HID) lamps to flood the inspection zone with light while diffused "cloudy day" illumination minimizes shadows.
The testing will start Wednesday at baggage inspection zones at Haneda, Narita and Nagoya airports due to increasing concern over possible terror attacks targeting the transportation system in Japan following the deadly Madrid train blasts on March 11.
The men create a series of inspection zones which help organize their approach and prevent the possibility of overlooking a section and missing some leaks," says Wollan.