a.1.Designating, or pert. to, any device for operating mechanisms at a distance.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Yakubocivh, "The method of matrix inequalities in the stability theory of nonlinear control systems: II," Automatica and Telemechanic, vol.
The demand for supermalloy is increasing among the components manufacturers for telephony, radio engineering and telemechanics instruments.
In the case of a high potential beyond the boundary of the electrical installation and exceeding the value of 5 kV, it is necessary to apply means of insulation protection of communication and telemechanics cables that deviate from the electrical installation.
Living with this belief till the end of his life, this great man kept on working on developing a system of telemechanics and remote control, intuitively heralding the age of humanoid robotics: "Long ago I conceived the idea of constructing an automaton which would mechanically represent me" [10].
Gardashova, "Fuzzy neural network and DEO based forecasting," Journal of Automatics, Telemechanics and Communication, no.
The causes of pollution are the construction flaws of marine oil extraction facilities, technological equipment and systems; low level of automation and telemechanics of drilling process and of well exploitation; imperfection of workflow, resulting in violation of regimes; absence of technical facilities for preservation of atmosphere and water area and lack of effective methods for utilization of toxic wastes of drilling and oil and gas extraction; accidents.

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