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Key system elements are the twin PulsaJet automatic air-atomising spray nozzles from Spraying Systems Co.
As Swash notes, "FCA has developed standard control software modules for 'all of the key system elements, including check-in, bag separation, HBS, vertical sortation as well as the tilt tray sorter, and is able to build complete systems by integrating the necessary modules.
The proprietary, multi-band antenna technology of Powerwave is the basis of key system elements allowing a cost-efficient and aesthetically unobtrusive implementation.
By using monolithic integration to combine discrete components into integrated subsystems, QPI plans to obtain a competitive advantage by significantly reducing the cost of key system elements.
However, not only do cast ductile iron crankshafts weigh and cost less due to their lower material, production and machining costs, they also produce comparable NVH performance to steel forged crankshafts when certain key system elements are addressed.
By using monolithic integration to combine discrete components into integrated subsystems, Quantum plans to obtain a competitive advantage by significantly reducing the cost of key system elements.
The service creation environment and its graphical application builder provide the ability to implement the logic of a call flow, fully integrating all key system elements and resources, such as the switch, Voice Response Units (VRUs) and database components.
The next-generation "Hammer" architecture continues this tradition with an 8th-generation microprocessor core and the integration of key system elements.