Dans le chapitre « Instruments et applications »  : […] La nouvelle génération des spectrophotomètres est entièrement automatisée. Ils permettent l'enregistrement rapide, routinier et répétitif des spectres d'absorption ou d'émission avec un nombre de manipulations considérablement réduit et, donc, un faible coût d'exploitation ; dans ce cadre, on peut citer l'emploi des supports […] Lire la suite☛ http://www.universalis.fr/encyclopedie/spectrophotometrie-optique/#i_2513

The centrifugal governor, which was invented by Christian Huygens in the seventeenth century, was used to adjust the gap between millstones.[20][21][22] Another centrifugal governor was used by a Mr. Bunce of England in 1784 as part of a model steam crane.[23][24] The centrifugal governor was adopted by James Watt for use on a steam engine in 1788 after Watt’s partner Boulton saw one at a flour mill Boulton & Watt were building.[16]

Industrial robotics is a sub-branch in the industrial automation that aids in various manufacturing processes. Such manufacturing processes include; machining, welding, painting, assembling and material handling to name a few.[85] Industrial robots utilizes various mechanical, electrical as well as software systems to allow for high precision, accuracy and speed that far exceeds any human performance. The birth of industrial robot came shortly after World War II as United States saw the need for a quicker way to produce industrial and consumer goods.[86] Servos, digital logic and solid state electronics allowed engineers to build better and faster systems and overtime these systems were improved and revised to the point where a single robot is capable of running 24 hours a day with little or no maintenance. In 1997, there were 700,000 industrial robots in use, the number has risen to 1.8M in 2017[87]
Digital electronics helped too. Former analogue-based instrumentation was replaced by digital equivalents which can be more accurate and flexible, and offer greater scope for more sophisticated configuration, parametrization and operation. This was accompanied by the fieldbus revolution which provided a networked (i.e. a single cable) means of communicating between control systems and field level instrumentation, eliminating hard-wiring.
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Dans le chapitre « Bref historique »  : […] Depuis le début des années 1980, on est entré dans une phase d'industrialisation, avec des systèmes moins ambitieux mais plus aboutis. L'accent est mis moins sur la formalisation des processus de calcul (de plus en plus assimilés à des boîtes noires) que sur leur rapidité et sur la constitution de ressources linguistiques à grande échelle ( […] Lire la suite☛ http://www.universalis.fr/encyclopedie/traitement-automatique-des-langues/#i_2513
23. HITEMA – Groupama Gan Vie L’automatisation des tests fonctionnels SIMON Emeline 22 Glossaire Anomalies : Absence de conformité entre un comportement applicatifs attendu et un comportement obtenu en phase de test. Campagne de test : ensemble de cas de test à exécuter sur une partie de l’application. MOA : Maitrise d’ouvrage, correspond à l’ensemble des personnes définissant les besoins devant être satisfait par une application. MOE : Maitrise d’œuvre, correspond à l’ensemble des personnes en charge de la réalisation d’un composant ou d’un système. Open-Source : désigne un logiciel dans lequel le code source est à la disposition du grand public. Test de Turing : Ce test consiste à mettre en confrontation verbale un humain avec un ordinateur et un autre humain à l’aveugle.
Dans le chapitre « Transmissions automatiques à séquence »  : […] Déchargeant complètement le conducteur des manœuvres d'embrayage et de changement de vitesse, les transmissions automatiques ajoutent simplement aux précédentes l'automatisme des changements de rapport […] Lire la suite☛ http://www.universalis.fr/encyclopedie/automobile-technologie/#i_2513
Industrial automation incorporates programmable logic controllers in the manufacturing process. Programmable logic controllers (PLCs) use a processing system which allows for variation of controls of inputs and outputs using simple programming. PLCs make use of programmable memory, storing instructions and functions like logic, sequencing, timing, counting, etc. Using a logic based language, a PLC can receive a variety of inputs and return a variety of logical outputs, the input devices being sensors and output devices being motors, valves, etc. PLCs are similar to computers, however, while computers are optimized for calculations, PLCs are optimized for control task and use in industrial environments. They are built so that only basic logic-based programming knowledge is needed and to handle vibrations, high temperatures, humidity and noise. The greatest advantage PLCs offer is their flexibility. With the same basic controllers, a PLC can operate a range of different control systems. PLCs make it unnecessary to rewire a system to change the control system. This flexibility leads to a cost-effective system for complex and varied control systems.[88]
Industrial robotics is a sub-branch in the industrial automation that aids in various manufacturing processes. Such manufacturing processes include; machining, welding, painting, assembling and material handling to name a few.[85] Industrial robots utilizes various mechanical, electrical as well as software systems to allow for high precision, accuracy and speed that far exceeds any human performance. The birth of industrial robot came shortly after World War II as United States saw the need for a quicker way to produce industrial and consumer goods.[86] Servos, digital logic and solid state electronics allowed engineers to build better and faster systems and overtime these systems were improved and revised to the point where a single robot is capable of running 24 hours a day with little or no maintenance. In 1997, there were 700,000 industrial robots in use, the number has risen to 1.8M in 2017[87]
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