operatorless

operatorless

(ˈɒpərˌeɪtələs)
adj
without an operator
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Remote-controlled and operatorless cameras can help you in producing live events when you don't have the crew you need.
There recently has been much controversy about the question of operatorless elevators.
An AGV is an operatorless, battery-driven vehicle with programming capabilities for path selection and positioning.
Since autonomous guidance and face automated mucking are nol issues, the 'operatorless' train is much simpler to achieve.
PHOTO : International technical alliances are "world class." This "operatorless" 50:50 U.S.-French joint venture uses Molmec's systems and software and in-mold assembly technology from French group A.
The system is operatorless. The combination of conveyors, the design, and the control system simply work the way that are supposed to--without problems or supervision.
* 1962: General Electric installs an "operatorless tractor" (AGV) that unloads itself
Cliff Fearn, Jr., Acxiom's senior warehouse manager, explains the solution: "We decided that an operatorless handling system would be the most cost-effective way to go, as well as the safest.
Each operatorless system handles up to 45 loads per hour.
Strapping equipment ranges from manual systems for low volume applications to operatorless, power strapping units that offer higher productivity, strapping uniformity, and a reduction in labor.