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Maintain a safe following distance from the vehicle in front to give you enough time to react to slower or stationary vehicles. Pay attention to the other vehicles on the road and reduce speed in traffic congested areas.




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Are you looking for an application to conveniently measure the distance between two points or measure the area of a plot of land?! Measure map will be a perfect solution to this problem. This application creates a miniature map of the earth on your phone by creating nodes to measure what you want to know.


For any given projector, the width of the image (W) relative to the throw distance (D) is know as the throw ratio D/W or distance over width. Sofor example, the most common projector throw ratio is 2.0. This means that for each foot of image width, the projector needs to be 2 feet away orD/W = 2/1 = 2.0. So if I'm using a projector with a throw ratio of 2.0 and I have an image width of 5 feet, then my throw distance must be10 feet. So the throw ratio is a simple formula that let's you easily compute throw distance or image width given that you know one of thesemeasurements. A projector zoom lens will have two different throw ratios, one for the minimum zoom setting and one for the maximum zoom setting.


A short throw projector is a projector with a lens that has a throw ratio of 0.4 (distance/width) or less. These projectors are ideal for rear screen applicationswhere the area behind the screen is limited, or for a wall mounted application where the projector will be mounted within 1 or 2 feet from the screen. Thegoal of these projectors is to produce as large of an image within the shortest amount of space between the projector and the screen.


A total station (TS) or total station theodolite (TST) is an electronic/optical instrument used for surveying and building construction. It is an electronic transit theodolite integrated with electronic distance measurement (EDM) to measure both vertical and horizontal angles and the slope distance from the instrument to a particular point, and an on-board computer to collect data and perform triangulation calculations.[1]


Robotic or motorized total stations allow the operator to control the instrument from a distance via remote control. In theory, this eliminates the need for an assistant staff member as the operator holds the retroreflector and controls the total station from the observed point. In practice however, an assistant surveyor is often needed when the surveying is being conducted in busy areas such as on a public carriageway or construction site. This is to prevent people from disrupting the total station as they walk past, which would neccesitate resetting the tripod and re-establishing a baseline. Additionally, an assistant surveyor discourages opportunistic theft, which is not uncommon due to the value of the instrument. These motorized total stations can also be used in automated setups known as Automated Motorized Total Station (AMTS).


Some models include internal electronic data storage to record distance, horizontal angle, and vertical angle measured, while other models are equipped to write these measurements to an external data collector, such as a hand-held computer.


When data is downloaded from a total station onto a computer, application software can be used to compute results and generate a map of the surveyed area. The newest generation of total stations can also show the map on the touch-screen of the instrument immediately after measuring the points.


Description: This course satisfies mandatory training requirements for the certification of personnel responsible for applying Explosives Safety Quantity Distance (ESQD) concepts and site planning requirements to US Army Ammunition and Explosives (A&E) facilities as prescribed by DoDM 6055.09-M, DoDI 5160.68, AR 385-10, and DA PAM 385-64. This course provides a comprehensive review of regulations governing ESQD concepts and practices, as well as technical training in interpreting and applying ESQD tables and explosives safety considerations not directly outlined in ESQD tables, determining safe distance measurement points, managing previously determined explosives limits, and properly preparing site approval documentation. Students will receive hands-on training in developing an Explosives Safety Site Plan package using ESQD calculations, scenarios, maps, waivers, and current DoD and DA guidance.


Drawing scales are sometimes expressed as a ratio without measurement units. For example, the metric scale for an office layout might be expressed as 1:50, which is the same as 2 cm = 1 m if you measure distances in centimeters and meters.


Measurement units represent sizes or distances in the real world. In an office layout with a drawing scale of 2 cm = 1 m (1:50), meters are the measurement unit. In a drawing scale of 1/4" = 1', feet are the measurement unit. 041b061a72


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