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optimal

Most favourable or desirable.
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'Do whatever it takes to run that farm optimally. We are searching for opportunities for our people.
Through DARPA's Aircrew Labor In-Cockpit Automation System (ALIAS) program, Sikorsky is developing an OPV approach it describes as pilot directed autonomy to give operators the confidence to fly aircraft safely, reliably and affordably in optimally piloted modes enabling flight with two, one or zero crew.
'We are also exploring the concept of Safer City where CCTV technology will be optimally engaged to support our operations,' he said.
The centerpiece of Bitcoin Oil and its Optimally Improved Ledger will be the so-called SSPSS strategy focusing on the development and implementation of essential Bitcoin improvements in the fields of Stability, Sustainability, Privacy, Smart Sidechains, and Scalability, or SSPSS.
Now, with an independent executive team and separate sources of growth funding, Grail is optimally poised to respond decisively to an evolving insights industry and help clients chart the course from insights to action.
This will allow us to optimally support our local customers and partners."
While 78% of those surveyed contend that access to better analytic tools and storage solutions would improve business efficiency, 25% admit their organization does not have the right mix of structured, unstructured and semi-structured data storage to optimally analyse what data they do have.
To assess the effectiveness of these programs to determine that they are optimally operated and there is no over-lap in their scope and work and
We are thus optimally prepared to write the next chapter of our 'made by Mercedes-Benz in South Africa' success story".
As the motor rated currents are adapted to the inverter output currents and the motor is dimensioned for the rated pulse frequency of the inverters, this avoids over dimensioning the inverter and ensures the voltage is optimally utilised.
This whole initiative is in support of the growth of the industry through the number of calves and the quality of Namibian herds, which are adapted to produce optimally.
Even younger women at the highest risk of breast cancer could reduce their risk over 20 years by more than 3% if they optimally improved all three modifiable risk factors, Elisabetta Petracci, Ph.D., reported.