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EFM

abbr.
electronic fetal monitor
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During the event, Tamdeed showcased its broad portfolio of integrated OSP (Outside Plant -- outdoor fibre optic infrastructures), Telecom, ELV and ICT solutions and services in the UAE, while eFM presented innovative Smart Training Rooms, Smart Meeting Rooms, and the integration with various building management and automation systems.
Despite this widespread use of EFM, particularly in the Western world, the efficacy of this technology remains controversial.
Delinquency and loss experience within EFM's managed portfolio and ABS have been low, even during recessionary periods that have affected other consumer and commercial asset classes.
Ali Hassan Harmoodi, General Manager, eFM, said, "The facility management industry is going through a major transformation, which is reshaping its requirements and priorities, mainly driven by the technology advancement and the tendency to outsource the FM functions to an integrated facility management provider.
Also at the FM EXPO, EFM and Etisalat Digital are showcasing the latest technology and innovation on the facility management industry, utilising IoT platforms and cloud-based solutions.
The negative predictive value of EFM for fetal hypoxia/acidosis is high, but its positive predictive value is only 30%, and the false-positive rate is as high as 60%.
But at a time when the competition is but one mouse click away, many companies still have not embraced EFM technology.
Today, available data still suggest that EFM does not reduce overall perinatal mortality or the risk of cerebral palsy.
Unlike other melt compounding equipment used for efficient blending, EFM provides better dispersion and distributive mixing of nanomaterials in polymer matrices.
Once over the security hurdle, a prospective EFM will likely wonder what sort of work is available.
"EFM Startups showed us that a market is not only a place to buy and sell content," says EFM director Matthijs Wouter Knol, who developed the initiatives alongside Berlinale director Dieter Kosslick.
Since the dielectric permittivity can be used as the fingerprint of dielectrics, EFM is widely used to study dielectric materials at a nanometric scale [12, 13].