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28 December 1992 Crossing the barrier between the laboratory working model and the practicable production model
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Transforming apparatus that has developed into a successfully working laboratory system into a system that is ready, or nearly ready for production, distribution and general use is not always accomplished in a cost effective or timely fashion. Several design elements must be considered interactively during the planning, construction, use and servicing of the final production form of the system. The basic design elements are: Operating Specifications, Reliability Factors, Safety Factors, Precision Limits, Accuracy Limits, Uniformity Factors, Cost Limits and Calibration Requirements. Secondary elements including: Human Engineering, Documentation, Training, Maintenance, Proprietary Rights, Protection, Marketing, Replacement of Parts, and Packing and Shipping must also be considered during the transition.
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William A. Curby "Crossing the barrier between the laboratory working model and the practicable production model", Proc. SPIE 10264, The Aviation Security Problem and Related Technologies: A Critical Review, 102640B (28 December 1992); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.141388
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