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  • Automated External Defibrillator (AED) Saves Lives!

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    Automated External Defibrillators (AED) can be used by the untrained bystander, even if they have never seen or used the machine before. This machine has both voice and visual instructions; therefore, there is no reason to be intimidated. If you see a person suddenly collapse, pass out, or find someone unconscious, having a general knowledge of how an AED machine functions, could save their life. Before starting AED or any life saving measure, confirm that the person is unable to respond by shouting

  • Automated Guided Vehicle Or Automatic Guided Vehicles

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    Automated Guidance An automated guided vehicle or automatic guided vehicle (AGV) is essentially a vehicle that follows markers or wires in the floor, or uses vision, magnets, or lasers for navigation. They are most often used in industrial applications to move materials around a manufacturing facility or warehouse. Application of the automatic guided vehicle has broadened during the late 20th century. The AGV can tow objects behind them in trailers to which they can autonomously attach. The trailers

  • Automated Teller Machine : An Electronic Banking Outlet

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    AUTOMATED TELLER MACHINE Abstract - An automated teller machine, also known as an automatic teller machine that enables the customers of a financial institution to perform financial transactions, particularly cash withdrawal, without the need for a human cashier, clerk. Introduction - An automated teller machine (ATM) is an electronic banking outlet, which allows customers to complete basic transactions without the aid of a branch representative or teller. Anyone with a credit card or debit card

  • The Necessity of Automated Fingerprint Identification System in Law Enforcement

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    Automated Fingerprint Identification Systems (AFIS) in law enforcement and border control applications has heightened the need for ensuring that these systems are not compromised. While several issues related to fingerprint system security have been investigated, including the use of fake fingerprints for masquerading identity, the problem of fingerprint alteration or obfuscation has received very little attention. Fingerprint obfuscation refers to the deliberate alteration of the fingerprint pattern

  • System (IAFIS), The Integrated Automated Fingerprint Identification System

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    During investigating a crime scene there is very important databases that can help make or break a case. Some examples of certain databases they use are National Integrated Ballistic Information Network (NIBIN), The Integrated Automated Fingerprint Identification System (IAFIS), and Combined DNA Index System (CODIS). Using these certain databases can help you solve a crime more efficiently because you can find answers you need more quickly with the technology that is now provided.  The first database NIBIN

  • Automated Customer Service

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    Automated Customer Service: Advantages Outweigh Disadvantages The marketplace in the world today is more competitive than ever before. Businesses are trying to increase profits and lower operating costs. Stockholders are insisting that companies make money, thus increasing their stock portfolios. Consumers are busier than at any point in the history of man. They work longer hours and try to squeeze more extracurricular activities into their evenings. Into this arena has come the automated customer

  • The Automated Testing Handbook

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    The Automated Testing Handbook by Linda G. Hayes The Automated Testing Handbook The Automated Testing Handbook About the Author Introduction Why automate? When not to automate How not to automate Setting realistic expectations Getting and keeping management commitment Terminology Fundamentals of Test Automation Maintainability Optimization Independence Modularity Context Synchronization Documentation The Test Framework Common functions Standard tests Test templates Application Map Test Library

  • The Advantages of an Automated System

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    main advantage of such an automated system is the fact that it is a much faster system than the general approach to recruitment and selection. The fact that the system is automated would mean that the entire process is less complicated and time is saved. The business benefits from the fact that the people who are hired can immediately start work and be included in the business process. Another great advantage is the cost advantage. The fact that this system is automated likely means a one-time payment

  • The Invention Of The Automated System

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    of the automated medication system has been widely received by health care providers. In the past, medication had been distributed through the use of extensive human labor; which was prone to dangerous medical errors like medications mix up, delivering and administering medication to the wrong patients. The invention of automated systems has helped in combating these huge blunders. Automated systems have reduced labor-intensive work, and reduced medical errors. The components of an automated machine

  • Automated Patch Deployment

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    Automated Patch Deployment Automated Patch Deployment The advantages of automated patch deployment are several. This study offers an insight in some of the most noticeable benefits of the implementation of patches especially those relating to the enhancement of production levels in a production setting. An organization stands the chance of increasing its productivity levels at the individual level once automated patches are deployed. As a result, the entire productivity of the organization increases