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What does EM stand for?

EM stands for Environmental Module

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The environmental module uses predictive modeling based on location-specific data and examines environmental indicators that can affect personal auto risks to predict losses more accurately at a highly refined level of geography.
Tuofo Shipping Management Limited, on two of their newly built tankers, will execute the Hull Inspection, Maintenance & Repair and Energy & Environmental modules.
9 Personal environmental modules (PEMs) for example, feature a pair of desktop nozzles directed at a user's upper body and a radiant heat panel for the legs to create a microclimate that can be controlled to a user's specific requirement.
Provides property owners and real estate developers with comprehensive, real-time view of environmental risks, compliance and coverage issues CHICAGO, June 24 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Aon eSolutions, the client technology arm of Aon Corporation and the leading provider of global risk and insurance solutions, today announced it has released a new Environmental module as part of RiskConsole, its market-leading, browser-based risk management information system (RMIS).
com About FlexFactory Xcellerex's FlexFactory is an innovative, portable biomanufacturing platform, based on the innovative application of (1) single-use technologies; (2) controlled environmental modules (CEMs); and (3) advanced and proven process automation including electronic batch records.
The turnkey systems are housed in extreme-cold weather shelters equipped with an environmental control system consisting of a series of actuated louvers, a power environmental module that houses the generator, and resistive heaters all operated by the overall system controller in order to maintain defined environmental parameters.