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Thanks to the synergy of Ricoh's optical design and image-processing technology, our new industrial cameras have roughly three times the depth of field of previous models. Each RICOH Extended Depth of Field Camera comprises of a specialized lens and camera with a built-in image processor. We married the unique optical technology of Ricoh lenses to Ricoh image-processing technology, applying a special optical system and new algorithm to triple the depth of field. Ricoh is an expert in optical design technology and in the image-processing technology used in cameras, which is why we are able to create these new Extended Depth of Field Cameras. Thanks to an integral FPGA processor, image processing is tailored to the image capturing task in hand. Area of Interest (AOI*) Scan Mode enables efficient scanning whilst enhancing inspection quality and speed. * “Area of interest” is a user-defined portion of the full scanning range. When the scan is limited to the area of interest, fewer images are created, so the data can be read and transferred more rapidly. Image captured with conventional camera QR code in foreground is unreadable. Image captured with RICOH Extended Depth of Field Camera QR codes in foreground and background are both readable. With a RICOH Extended Depth of Field Camera, even complex scanning tasks can be handled with ease. Usage scenario 1 Thanks to a depth of field roughly three times that of conventional cameras, objects can be captured in sharp focus even when moving along a production line at varying distances from the camera.
INSTRUCTIONS: 1. Please type or print clearly. This form must be signed and dated. 2. Please use the second page of this form to describe in detail the events of the transaction or other occurrences that led you to file this complaint. If there is insufficient space, please attach additional pages to complete your explanation. 3. Please attach copies of any documents that you received in relation to the transaction. Name of complainant County of residence Address of complainant (number and street, city, state, and ZIP code) E-mail address Home telephone number Work telephone number Mobile telephone number Name of respondent Dealer Address (number and street, city, state, and ZIP code) Telephone number ( County of residence Date of transaction, sale, incident, or service (month, day, year) ) Type of business Type of service / product Year of vehicle Make of vehicle Model of vehicle Vehicle identification number (VIN) License plate number
Motor Vehicle Administration 6601 Ritchie Highway, N.E. Glen Burnie, Maryland 21062 IS-109 (12-13) Investigative Division Complaint Report Type of complaint: q Unlicensed Sales q Dealer Complaint q Foreign Registration q General Complaint Person Making Complaint Your Name:_________________________________________________________________________________________ Date:________________________ Address:________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ City:_____________________________________________________________ State:_____________________________ Zip Code:___________________ Phone (Home):________________________________Phone (Business):________________________________ Other (cell):________________________ Signed: ________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ I certify under penalty of perjury that the information contained herein is true and correct to the best of my knowledge, information, and belief. Subject of Complaint Subject’s Name:___________________________________________________ Phone #:______________________________________________________ Address:________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ City:______________________________________________________________ State:_________ Zip Code:____________ Placard #__________________ Vehicles Involved: Year____________________ Make_____________ Color_________________ Tag #__________________________________________ Year__________________Make_______________________Model__________________ Color___________________ Tag #___________________________ Place of Employment for Subject (if known):________________________________________________________________________________________ Time of day/night when subject is mostly at home or work (if know):___________________________________________________________________ Additional Comments:____________________________________________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Additional Information On Complaint _______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Use Back Of Form MVA USE ONLY Complaint received by: Agent/Employee:___________________________________________________________________________________________ Complaint Forwarded To:__________________________________________________Date Forwarded:_________________________________________ Action Taken (Remarks, Forwarded to, Conclusion Reached, Etc): _______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Signature:________________________________________________________ Title:______________________________ Date:________________________ For more information, please call: 410-768-7000 (to speak with a customer agent). TTY for the hearing impaired: 1-800-492-4575. Visit our website at: www.MVA.Maryland.gov Investigative Division Complaint Report ... Subject of Complaint ... Type of complaint: ❑ Unlicensed Sales ❑ Dealer Complaint ❑ Foreign Registration ❑ General ...
Reset Form Print Form Form Vehicle Information Information on Complainant 4683 Missouri Department of Revenue Complaint Name Address City State Home Phone Fax Work Phone (___ ___ ___) ___ ___ ___ - ___ ___ ___ ___ (___ ___ ___) ___ ___ ___ - ___ ___ ___ ___ (___ ___ ___) ___ ___ ___ - ___ ___ ___ ___ Year Make Model Zip Code May we contact you at work? r Yes r No Date of Purchase (MM/DD/YYYY) ___ ___ / ___ ___ / Mileage Vehicle Identification Number ___ ___ ___ ___ Amount Name of Person or Business Address City State Zip Code Have you contacted the owner or agent about the problem? If so, what was the outcome? Complaint Against Nature of complaint (Describe in detail. Use reverse side if necessary). What form of relief are you seeking? Any other agencies contacted: Signature Have you contacted an attorney or filed a lawsuit? r Yes r No Important: Enclose copies of all documents relevant to your complaint including but not limited to advertising material, titles, contracts, warranties, receipts, cancelled checks, etc. Under penalties of perjury, I declare that the above information and any attached supplement is true, complete, and correct. Signature Title Printed Name Date (MM/DD/YYYY) ___ ___ /___ ___ /___ ___ ___ ___ Form 4683 (Revised 02-2014) Mail to: Motor Vehicle Bureau P.O. Box 43 Jefferson City, MO 65105-0043 Phone: (573) 526-3669 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Visit dor.mo.gov/motorv/ for additional information. Form 4683 (Revised 02-2014)
Cisco began providing electronic support to its business in 1991 using value-added networks (VANs). The first applications offered were software downloads, defects diagnoses, and technical advice. In spring 1994, Cisco moved its system to the Web and named it Cisco Connection Online (CCO). (Not to be confused with Cisco Learning connection, which is related to e-learning at Cisco, see Chapter 5.) By 2004, Cisco’s customers and reseller partners were logging onto Cisco’s website over 2 million times a month to receive technical assistance, place and check orders, or download software. The online service has been so well received that nearly 85 percent of all customer service inquiries and 95 percent of software updates are delivered online. The service is delivered globally in 16 languages. CCO is considered a model for B2B success, and several books have been written about it. Online Ordering by Customers Virtually all of Cisco’s B2B products are made to order. Before CCO, ordering a product was a lengthy, complicated, and error-prone process because it was done by fax or by “snail mail.” Cisco began deploying Web-based commerce tools in July 1995, and within a year its Internet Product Center allowed users to configure and purchase any Cisco product over the Web. Today, a business customer’s engineer can sit down at a PC, configure a product, and find out immediately if there are any errors in the configuration (feedback is given by intelligent agents).
Bosch Filter Screens A new filter screen should always be installed when replacing an in-tank fuel pump. Bosch offers a complete line of fuel pump filter screens, manufactured with advanced materials to ensure precise filtration and longer fuel pump service life. Bosch filter screen dimensions are matched to OEM specs to ensure correct positioning in the fuel tank for trouble-free operation. Fuel contaminants as small as 35 microns are filtered out (better than many OE screens), preventing damage to the fuel pump. Bosch uses one piece molded adapters that will not degrade over time, paying attention to the smallest detail to ensure quality and precision. Bosch Fuel Tank Gaskets Many vehicle manufacturers recommend a new fuel tank gasket also be installed when replacing an in-tank fuel pump. Bosch fuel tank gaskets ensure perfect installation of in-tank fuel pump assemblies to the fuel tank.
Most of us have had the dreaded experience where a problem develops with our car, but when we take it in for service the technician cannot repeat the issue. Too often we are sent on our way without resolution, in a questionably safe vehicle. This same issue occurs with forklifts and other industrial trucks. Modern lift trucks are not entirely different from automobiles; they are equipped with sophisticated computer systems, including diagnostic error codes. Service and repair of these vehicles requires a high degree of training and technical expertise. Our experts are often retained in cases where an earlier malfunction in a lift truck could not be repeated by the service technician and was put back into service without repair. When these same vehicles are involved in incidents, our experts are tasked with determining whether or not the malfunction was a contributing cause in the incident and if the lift truck was properly diagnosed and serviced before being returned to service.
“Embedded Systems” ! Electronics + software for a dedicated purpose ! Many billion more new embedded systems each year microwave ovens, digital watches, pacemakers, thermostats You are surrounded by them (like it or not; safe or not) Embedded systems in cars ! Modern cars contain networks of embedded computers! Anti-lock brakes, airbags, speedometer, GPS, radio, … ! Some carmakers brag over 100 microprocessors inside! Each headlight, each mirror, each seat, … 4 Barr Chapter Regarding Toyota’s Operating Systems MY REVIEW OF TOYOTA’S SOURCE CODE Access to Toyota’s “electronic throttle” source code ! In a secure room in Maryland ! Subject to confidentiality agreements ! For vehicle models with ETCS spanning ~2002-2010 model years Camry, Lexus ES, Tacoma, and others Approximately 18 months of calendar time with code ! By a very experienced team of embedded systems experts Including 3 other engineers from Barr Group ! Building upon NASA’s earlier source code review; digging deeper
The Legal Assisting program at American River College is approved by the American Bar Association. ARC’s Legal Assisting program has been preparing students for this profession for over 30 years. ‘Legal assistant’ and ‘paralegal’ are synonymous terms according to California Business & Professions Code (B & P Code) sections 6450-6456. Section 6450 defines a legal assistant as “...a person qualified by education, training,...is employed by an attorney,...or other entity, and who performs substantial legal work under the direction and supervision of an active member of the State Bar of California...”. Legal assistants do not provide legal advice. It is unlawful for anyone not currently licensed to practice law in California to give legal advice. Legal Assisting Degree The Legal Assisting degree is a two year A.A. degree. The program includes general education requirements in addition to legal specialty classes. The Legal Assisting Program requires a General Education pattern for completion of the associate degree that is DIFFERENT FROM some other programs at the college. 18 units of General Education course work must come from the IGETC pattern Areas 1 through 5 and be distributed over at least three of these areas. See an academic counselor for the appropriate courses.
Bluetooth Instructions for Motorola Q Smartphone Enabling Bluetooth on UME36: 1. From the main menu, select “Services” => “Admin Settings” and enter password “ADMIN333 and choose F3 to confirm. ADMIN333” ADMIN333 2. Choose “Connectivity” => “Bluetooth Support”, and check “Use Bluetooth Dongle”. Select right arrow to save settings. (Please note Bluetooth supported in Application versions 126.96.36.199 ST and higher) 3. Insert Bluetooth Dongle in “USB Ext.” port on top of the UME36. Enabling Bluetooth on the Motorola Q:1 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. On the main menu of the phone, open “Start” => “Bluetooth” Open “Bluetooth Manager” => “Settings” Change the “Status” field to “Bluetooth ON” Check the box marked “Allow other Bluetooth devices to see this phone” Select “Done”. Transferring Phonebook to the Motorola Q: Q: 1. Select Source and Target phone as normal. Target will be “Motorola CDMA”=> “Motorola Q”, select “Bluetooth” as the phone link, then press the ‘>’ key on the UME36 to confirm. 2. Start the transfer, select the “>” arrow on UME36 when prompted to upload the Client. Choose “>” arrow again when prompted to activate Bluetooth. 3. UME36 will detect all Bluetooth devices within range. Select Motorola Q in the menu and click OK. 4. Motorola Q will prompt to pair with UME36, click “Yes” on Motorola Q and enter pin code “0000 and click accept. 5. Finish adding the UME36 as a Bluetooth device by accepting all prompts on the Motorola Q. 6. Click “>” arrow on UME36 when prompted to finish adding the UME as a new Bluetooth device. 7. UME36 will upload client, click “yes” on Motorola Q when prompted to accept and save into ‘My Documents’ folder. 8. To install the client from the main menu of the Motorola Q, select “Start” => “File Manager” => My Documents and open the “cellebrite.exe”. 9. Select “yes” to confirm unknown publisher (if prompted). 10. Once the Cellebrite logo is displayed on the Motorola Q, Select “>” arrow twice on the UME36 to finish transferring the phonebook.