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dwell time

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(Marketing) marketing the amount of time a customer spends waiting in a queue

dwell time

The time cargo remains in a terminal's in-transit storage area while awaiting shipment by clearance transportation. See also storage.
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The county's infrastructure committee chairman Peter Argyle said: "Reduced parking costs for medium-length stays, along with the contactless payments, will make payments easier and quicker, making parking more accessible and increasing town centre dwell times.
"There's also interest in dwell times, or how long the packaging is at a specific location, to identify better processes to get that tote back faster."
"It's disappointing to see median dwell times increasing significantly in EMEA organisations, particularly with the GDPR deadline just around the corner," said Stuart McKenzie, vice president of Mandiant, FireEye.
Figure 1 shows the XRD patterns of BTS samples sintered under "1500/[t.sub.1]/1000/6" conditions with different [t.sub.1] dwell times of 0, 15, and 30 min at room temperature.
They are used to explain the effect of the uncertainties of passenger behaviors on dwell times. Zhang et al.
However, the operating condition characterized by very low noise is usually correspondent to small Dwell Times, at which very small dwell time variations correspond to high variations in the amount of fuel injected, mainly due to the rail pressure fluctuations caused by each injector opening [9].
The study concluded that instead of the then proposed Edsa MRT plus the 6,000 buses plying Edsa, a Philtrak consortium could reduce the buses to only 92 units, each one traveling at an average speed of 48 kilometers per hour, with headways of 15 seconds and dwell times of 20 seconds.
For example, Ooredoo will be able to measure visitor footfall, dwell times, shopping patterns and repeat visits at venues and outlets and gather insightful information such as how guests are using the network in select venue locations and how crowds are being managed during events.
The extended dwell catheter enables hospitals to avoid using multiple PIVs to achieve longer dwell times while also avoiding the extra clinical risks and expenses associated with a peripherally inserted central catheter.
Paul Hirst, design director at RDA, said: "We were employed not only to create state-of-the-art designs and to advise on all aspects of new technology, customer flows and dwell times, but also to create the look and feel of high-quality catering establishments that would enhance the user experience."
Information provided by the system includes asset visibility and status; a system of record for all trailer and shipment-related activities; trailer pool management; end-to-end analytics of shipment dwell times; and visibility and status of what is transacting across a network.