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the application of scientific principles and know-how in the development and operation of industrial processes, systems and products. See AUTOMATION, NUMERICAL CONTROL, ROBOT, COMPUTER, PRODUCTION LINE, INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY, TECHNOLOGICAL FORECASTING, NEW-PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT.

technology

the application of scientific and technical knowledge in order to improve products and production processes. See TECHNOLOGICAL PROGRESSIVENESS, PRODUCTIVITY.
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Now a few agencies, including Mississippi Industries for the Blind (MIB), are providing organizations with expert outsourced call center help by hiring and training those with visual impairments on state-of-the-art call center/electronic communication equipment and adaptive technology. When organizations take advantage of this skilled resource for ongoing or project-based call center work, it is surprisingly effective and offers a chance to bring those with visual impairments back into the workforce.
Additionally, adaptive technology for using the internet has recently begun to be used (Williamson, Schauder and Bow, 2002).
This quality measure is unique as it operates in a closed loop, per frame, resulting in the purest application of content adaptive technology available commercially.
In this webinar, educators from the United Nations International School (UNIS) in New York City discussed how the school has transitioned to a 21st century math program by combining Cathy Fosnot's Contexts for Learning Mathematics with adaptive technology to give students more autonomy and to inspire them to take ownership of their math learning.
Adaptive technology has been used through the building, along with dementia friendly signage, colour scheme and comprehensive training for all their staff.
The model features new headlamps, refreshed grille, redesigned front bumper and rectangular fog lamps, with LED daytime running lights and optional bi-xenon adaptive technology, a chrome embellishment for the instrument cluster, new climate control functions, ambient lighting and revised AC vents.
By combining behavioral and clinical expertise with adaptive technology and an open platform, RedBrick produces a personal experience in web, mobile and live interactions.
The product is made from a soft SMS fabric treated with adaptive technology to create a smart fabric designed for conversion into single-use surgical scrub suits.
According to Scholastic, embedded in this suite of educational technology programmes is smart, adaptive technology that gathers data through every interaction and uses it to personalize learning and provide actionable intelligence to the teacher; professional learning support that builds teacher capacity in an era of heightened accountability; content kids crave that opens doors to college and careers and proven, research-based instructional practices that build understanding and fluency in math and reading.
To learn more about the paucity of leisure books in Braille, Gulf News approached Auda Hazeem, CEO of Nattiq Technologies in Sharjah that specialises in adaptive technology and technical support for the production of Braille books.
The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia and the Inglis Foundation in Philadelphia are partnering with Boston public broadcaster WGBH's Carl and Ruth Shapiro Family National Center for Accessible Media (NCAM) on a joint project to explore how adaptive technology (AT) can make personal health records accessible to people with disabilities.
SBAC will test students using computer adaptive technology that will ask students tailored questions based on previous answers.

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