computer-controlled

computer-controlled

adj
(Computer Science) controlled by computers, esp without direct human intervention
Translations

computer-controlled

[kəmˈpjuːtəkənˈtrəʊld] ADJcontrolado por ordenador or (LAm) computador or computadora
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a computer-controlled photoelectric solar power unit;
These include the lineup of the latest models of automatic machines such as the 1-needle belt-loop attaching machine(AB-1351) which is capable of sewing 12 different sewing patterns, and the high-speed computer-controlled button-neck wrapping machine(AMB-289) which is five times as productive as manual button-neck wrapping.
Medical device designer and manufacturer, Rocket Medical PLC, is using a Mecmesin computer-controlled test system to perform quality checks on the heat seals of medical pouches in accordance with British Standard BS EN 868-5:1999.
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is offering a computer-controlled hardhat cooling system.
General Inspection LLC has recently installed a new computer-controlled missing internal thread detection instrument to a large die cast manufacturer in Kentucky.
EDWARDS AIR FORCE BASE -- The Air Force says it is developing a computer-controlled, unmanned space plane for experiments and testing, with landings possible at Edwards Air Force Base.
Automated and computer-controlled systems for high-volume and precision parts.
Main Crevoisier had reckoned that it would be easy to turn almost any hard surface into a keyboard, drum head, or other input for a computer-controlled musical instrument.
This article outlines fundraising possibilities of this "smart codes" design for computer-controlled money, with financial accounts that can reproduce without limit, inheriting options and services and forming family trees.
The Meniett device delivers a computer-controlled, complex algorithm of low-pressure pulses to the middle ear, where they act on the round window membrane.

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