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Douglas Boyd, director of the Minimally Invasive Cardiac Surgery Program, performs remote control heart surgery.
ROBOTICS BLAST REMOTE CONTROL FOR PROCOMM PLUS GIVES PROCOMM USERS REMOTE CONTROL CAPABILITY SKOKIE, Ill.
SideLink[TM] and Remote Control for Windows Vista Media Center, two new remote controls developed by the company to drive the Windows Vista Media Center, will be showcased in the Microsoft exhibit area of this year's CES, booth 7144.
Gehl Company (NASDAQ:GEHL) announces a revolutionary Radio Remote Control System, which allows a telescopic handler operator to control boom functions using a compact, wireless remote control pendant from outside the cab, or from within a personnel work platform.
LOS ANGELES -- Statmon Technologies Corporation (OTCBB:STCA), one of the leading providers of IP network-based remote control and monitoring systems, will demonstrate its industry leading remote control and monitoring capabilities at NAB2005, April 18-21, 2005, Las Vegas Convention Center.
ENDESA (NYSE:ELE), pioneer in remote control network technology, as well as in research into and demonstration of broadband services over power lines, has determined to complement its distribution capex plan with the launch of an innovative strategy in "Network Intelligence" systems.
The new transceiver offers a remote control distance of up to 7 meters (approximately 23 feet) with an IrDA (Infrared Data Association) link distance of up to 50 cm (approximately 20 inches) and compatibility with Agilent's universal remote control software.
CANNES, France -- Transceivers Combine 4 Mb/s Fast Infrared Data Transmission Operation with Up to Eight-Meter Universal Remote Control Agilent Technologies Inc.