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  • How to Select a Portable Data Acquisition System
    Portable data acquisition systems are used worldwide to capture data and conduct routine testing of vital infrastructures such as mass transit systems, power grids, and bridges, as well as heavy industrial processes and applications.
  • CBTC Connectivity Solutions
    technologies to the ATC. concept. CBTC signalling is currently standardised in accordance with. IEEE 1474.1 and has become the reference technology for metro. operators worldwide. IEEE defines CBTC as a continuous automatic train control system. utilising. * High-resolution train location

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  • Sustainable logistics
    Between 1990 and 2000, was the global transport elasticity still at 1,53.
  • Transport and whereabouts of organic compounds in the global framework
    Special meaning fur global transport in der Troposphare has court themselves it in that Atmosphare (5-10 kms) constituting planetdrische system of high and cyclones (Abb. 8).
  • Manual traffic policy
    In the meantime, the capital power of USA of this specific material composition is embossed not more alone, that is determined the global transport sector at the same time.
  • The cream of logistics
    So, can arise through global added value networks in developing countries many workplaces, but at the same time the ejection of greenhouse gases increases conditionally through global transport .
  • Logistic management in the car industry
    The internationalization of procurement management through the opening and the development of the osteuropäischen and Asian markets is driven in particular in China, and through the increasing efficiency global transport and communication systems (Hess 2008, S.19 f.).
  • Sustainable logistics
    Between 1990 and 2000, was the global transport elasticity still at 1,53.
  • Aspects of international penetration of the maritime insurance business in the 20th century
    Year S. 171. o. V., booklet 8 (1996): In global transport insurance, characters stand on storm in: insurance economy, 51.
  • Pollutant-remote transport in the Arktis
    This process is therefore called the ' grasshopper effectLThe globally transport of persistent pollutants into Arctic regions can be described AS a repeatedly occurring combination of atmospheric and waterborne transport in which the main transport vehicle depends on the physical properties of...
  • Globalization: economy and policy
    18 3.2.2 increase of global transport capacities.
  • Logistikintegrierte product development
    ...e.g. on important passages like regularly seems Current the to Panama or to the Suez channel to long Wartezeiten.1063, the vehicle industry still concerned strongly unterdurchschnittlich by this phenomenon to sein.1064 As the global transport emergence increases p. a...
  • Europe - a geography
    88-89 Nuhn H (2005) internationalization of maritime ports - of the City port and Gateway to the interface of global transport chains.
  • Manual logistics
    Finally the more traditional markets for international and global transports are to consider: 1.
  • Maritime of container logistics
    The permanent effort, to carry out global transports still more efficient and more efficient is called as target of such investigations.
  • Case studies of logistics
    the global transport chains under inclusion of different traffic carriers to form.