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Supported Networks in the US – All Channels The Mobiliti product supports the Tier 1 carriers in the U.S., including: • AT&T® • Verizon® • Sprint® • T-Mobile® Mobiliti’s support for non-Tier 1 carriers depends on the contractual agreement between the SMS gateway provider (aggregator) and the individual carrier. Contact the SMS Platform Manager at Fiserv for questions about a specific carrier’s support for Mobiliti. Certified Device List 12/20/13 10 Mobiliti Latest Certified Device List Fiserv Latest Certified Device List Phone Channel Brand/ Model Manufacturer New To the List OS iPhone App Android Phone App Browser Apple iPhone 3G iOS N N Y Apple iPhone 3GS iOS Y N Y Apple iPhone 4 iOS Y N Y Apple iPhone 4S iOS Y N Y Apple iPhone 5 iOS Y N Y Apple iPhone 5S Y iOS Y N Y Apple iPhone 5C Y iOS Y N Y AT&T Fusion 2 Y Android N Y Y BlackBerry Bold 9650 BB OS5/6 N N Y BlackBerry Bold 9900 BB OS7 N N Y BlackBerry Curve 8500 (all) BB OS5 N N N BlackBerry Curve 9300 (all) BB OS5/6 N N Y HTC 8X WP8 N N Y HTC Desire HD / Inspire 4G Android N Y Y HTC Droid DNA Android N Y Y HTC Droid Incredible 4G Android N Y Y HTC EVO 3D / EVO V Android N Y Y HTC EVO 4G LTE
Summary of Compatible Phones The summary on this page includes recently released phones that support hands-free calls, Bluetooth audio streaming, and Lexus Enform ® App Suite applications. Some phones also support additional features. Please refer to the following pages for a Complete List of Phones Tested to Date and their detailed compatibility test results. Head Unit Compatible Phones ® Lexus Enform with Safety Connect Carrier Manufacturer Model Operating System iPhone 3Gs iOS 6.0 (10A403) iPhone 4 iOS 6.0 (10A403) iPhone 4S iOS 6.0 (10A403) iPhone 5 iOS 6.0 (10A405) HTC PM63100 (One X Plus) Android 4.1.1 Motorola MB886 (Atrix HD) Android 4.0.4 Samsung SGH-i717 (Galaxy Note) Android 4.0.4 Apple iPhone 4S iOS 6.0 (10A403) Evo 4G Android 2.2 PG06100 (EVO Shift 4G) Android 2.2 PG86100 (Evo 3D) Android 4.0.3 PJ75100 (EVO 4G LTE) Android 4.0.3 LG-LS840 (Viper 4G LTE) Android 2.3.7 SPH-D710 (Epic 4G Touch) Android 2.3.6 SPH-L710 (Galaxy S III) Android 4.1.1 SPH-L900 (Galaxy Note II) Android 4.1.1 Nexus One Android 2.3 PD15100 (MyTouch 4G)
Although current rapid prototyping methods have had a significant impact on product and process design, they are often limited in both accuracy and choice of suitable materials. Also, the current methods share little similarity to typical manufacturing processes. In this paper, a method for using CNC machining as a Rapid Prototyping process is described in order to exploit the creation of functional prototypes in a wide array of materials. The method uses a plurality of simple 2½-D toolpaths from various orientations about an axis of rotation, in order to machine the entire surface of a part without refixturing. It is our goal to automatically create these tool paths for machining, and eliminate the complex planning traditionally associated with CNC machining. The current approach to process planning involves calculating all the necessary data from the slice information of an STL model. An overview of the CNC-RP process and the process planning methodology is presented. Keywords: Rapid Prototyping, CNC Machining, Process Planning, Toolpath Generation
.A measurement and compensation control system for the spindle thermal expansion of machine tools has been developed in this study. The low cost but accurate thermal sensor of AD 590 IC and the tool setting probe MP4 of Renishaw Co. were developed for the measurements of temperature and spindle expansion respectively. Instead of the non-cutting condition as specified by the ISO230-3, the proposed thermal error model is derived from the real cutting condition. With the proper selection of sensor locations, a linear error model with respect to only one or two temperature terms could always be obtained. An embedded error compensation system using an 8051-based single board computer was then developed to compensate for the thermal error in real time. As the error model can be generated in one day under hazard conditions and the whole system is low cost, this system is suitable for industrial use. The intelligent features of this system include: fast model generation, self-malfunction detection, real-time temperature display, EMI removal, automatic compensation, and suitable for most ambient conditions. Experimental tests show the thermal error of a general type CNC machining center can be
This paper presents the methodology and implementation of a rapid machining system using a CAD/CAM interface. Rapid Prototyping using CNC Machining (CNC-RP) is a method that has been developed which enables automatic generation of process plans for a machined component. The challenge with CNC-RP is not the technical problems of material removal, but with all of the required setup, fixture and toolpath planning, which has previously required a skilled machinist. Through the use of advanced geometric algorithms, we have implemented an interface with a CAD/CAM system that allows true automatic NC code generation directly from a CAD model with no human interaction; a capability necessary for a practical rapid prototyping system. Most commercial RP systems are based on additive processes whereby models are constructed by stacking 21/2-D cross sectional layers on top of one another. The additive RP systems are often limited in both geometric accuracy and material quality. Subtractive processes such as CNC machining have advantages over the limited choice of materials and the limited functionality of parts produced by additive processes. However, machining is not a completely automated method in either the process or fixture planning steps. There has been a need for a rapid machining system, but previous attempts to automate CNC machining have been approached from the perspective of traditional machining methods. It has become necessary to...
What software do I need to run a CNC mill? Creating a part on a CNC mill is a three phase process. The part is drawn in a CAD (Computer Aided Design) drawing program such as AutoCAD. Then a CAM (Computer Aided Manufacturing) program is used to convert the CAD drawing to G-Code. Finally, the G-code controls the CNC mill as it makes the part. We will take a look at what is involved in using these three kinds of software by sketching out the creation of a very simple part. Creating a CAD Drawing There are dozens of CAD programs with which you can create a drawing. Costs vary from free to many thousands of dollars. We are not going to get into reviews or recommendations here, but simply describe the CAD program that we know the best; TurboCAD. Let’s take a look at the steps required to create a drawing. A new drawing in TurboCAD is based on a template. In this case the template defines an A-size (8.5 x 11”) sheet using inches for dimensions and including the title block. This view is the Paper view. This is the page that prints. To work on the drawing we switch to Model view. The title block is gone and a grid appears. This is where we create our drawing. 1 To start the drawing of our sample part, use the Rectangle tool on the left side of the drawing area to create a rectangle that is 2.5” tall and 1.5” wide. You can use your mouse to define the corners of the rectangle, but you will quickly find that you need to use the parameter block at the bottom of the screen to enter the values you want if you want your drawing to be accurate. Your finished part will not be any more accurate than your drawing. Create a double line ¾” long and ¼” wide. Center it ½” above the bottom of the part.
Business Process Modeling e-Framework Workshop Balbir Barn 12th February 2007 Agenda • • • • • Why we construct Business Process Models A historical context Approaches to business process modelling Business Process Modelling Notation Tools and standards summary 2 What is a Business Process? • Davenport & Short (1990) define business process as – "a set of logically related tasks performed to achieve a defined business outcome." A process is "a structured, measured set of activities designed to produce a specified output for a particular customer or market. • Business processes as transformations of inputs to outputs input output • Other models available: – Language-Action-Perspective (LAP) (Winograd and Flores 1986) • Production, coordination tasks using language for communication 3 Purposes of Business Process Modeling: Organization Design • • • • • • Process Documentation Process Reorganization Process Monitoring and Controlling Continuous Improvement Quality Management: ISO 9000 Benchmarking: Compare with best practice • Knowledge Management: 4 Purposes of Business Process Modeling: Information Systems Design • • • • • Selection of ERP software Model based Customizing Software Development Workflow Management Simulation
Business Process: A specific ordering of work activities across time and place, with a beginning, an end, and clearly defined inputs and outputs. Business processes are the structure by which the organization physically does what is necessary to produce value for its customers and are broadly defined across functions/departments. Process Model: A representation of one or more processes and their associations that an enterprise performs. Process modeling is a mechanism for describing and communicating the current or intended future state of a business process. Business Process Model: A mechanism for describing and communicating the current or intended future state of a business process. Business Process Model Hierarchy Mega Mega Process - The highest level processes identified by an enterprise. Two to three, of the average 4-6, mega processes usually form the core value chain for the enterprise. The remaining are primarily support processes. Major Process - A subdivision of a mega process that represents a collection of Major subprocesses . A collection of major processes take on the complete processing of the mega process. Sub Sub-Processes - A subdivision of a major process that represents a collection of subprocesses. There is a variable number of levels of subprocesses to bridge the hierarchy between major processes and activities. Activity - An activity is a unit of work performed by one job function and at one Activity Task time with one mode of operation. Task – A workstep performed to complete an activity. A number of worksteps may be required to complete an activity. © 2004 Capgemini - All rights reserved
The discipline of business process management aims at capturing, understanding, and improving work in organizations by using process models as central artifacts. Since business-oriented tasks require diﬀerent information from such models to be highlighted, a range of abstraction techniques has been developed over the past years to manipulate overly detailed models. At this point, a clear understanding of what distinguishes these techniques and how they address real-world use cases has not yet been established. In this paper we systematically develop, classify, and consolidate the use cases for business process model abstraction and present a case study to illustrate the value of this technique. The catalog of use cases that we present is based on a thorough evaluation of the state of the art, as well as on our cooperation with end users in the health insurance sector. It has been subsequently validated by experts from the consultancy and tool vendor domains. Based on our ﬁndings, we evaluate how the existing business process model abstraction approaches support the discovered use cases and reveal which areas are not adequately covered, as such providing an agenda for further research in this area. Keywords business process modeling · process model management · model abstraction · process model views Sergey Smirnov · Mathias Weske
Quality aspects become increasingly important when business process modeling is used in a large-scale enterprise setting. In order to facilitate a storage without redundancy and an efﬁcient retrieval of relevant process models in model databases it is required to develop a theoretical understanding of how a degree of behavioral similarity can be deﬁned. In this paper we address this challenge in a novel way. We use causal footprints as an abstract representation of the behavior captured by a process model, since they allow us to compare models deﬁned in both formal modeling languages like Petri nets and informal ones like EPCs. Based on the causal footprint derived from two models we calculate their similarity based on the established vector space model from information retrieval. We validate this concept with an experiment using the SAP Reference Model and an implementation in the ProM framework. Keywords: Business Process Modeling, Event-driven Process Chains, Similarity, Equivalence.