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Arkhangelskii V.,Modern Systems | Epishkina A.,National Research Nuclear University MEPhI | Kalmykov V.,National Research Nuclear University MEPhI | Kogos K.,National Research Nuclear University MEPhI
Proceedings of the 2016 IEEE North West Russia Section Young Researchers in Electrical and Electronic Engineering Conference, EIConRusNW 2016 | Year: 2016

Devices to provide one-way data transfer are known as one-way gateways and used in various security applications. The main problem to be solved by one-way gateways is to make secure communication between network segments with different security levels to maintain multilevel security policy. Although one-way gateways are utilized in lot of information systems, there is no solution, including 'air gap', to assure one-way transfer in fact and they are not resistant against data leakage via covert channels. We analyzed state of the art technologies and products supporting one-way data transfer, worked out the requirements for one-way gateway with assured data transmitting. We designed the algorithm and protocol of assured data transfer and proposed the detailed device scheme. Then we build the program modelling the interaction between communication parties and the one-way gateway. This program was tested and some recommendations of its implementation were given. © 2016 IEEE. Source


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Modern Systems | Date: 2016-03-30

Mobile and modular buildings primarily of metal. Mobile and modular buildings primarily not of metal. Retail store services featuring mobile and modular buildings. Leasing or financing of mobile and modular buildings. Construction of mobile and modular buildings. Custom manufacture of mobile and modular buildings to the order and specification of others.


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Modern Systems | Date: 2007-04-03

magnetic device used to support and suspend sliding objects such as sliding doors and gates.


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Modern Systems | Date: 2009-01-27

Parking control, building access control, and self-storage systems, namely, automated parking security gates, parking access ticket machines, parking pay stations in the nature of customer self service electronic checkout station for point of sale, computerized controllers, stand alone electrical controllers, access cards, access card readers, biometric based access readers, keypads, cameras, video equipment in the nature of video cameras and monitors, computer hardware, and computer software, namely, software designed to manage and control each of the parking control, building access control and self-storage systems. Installation and repair of parking control, building access control, and self-storage systems, each comprising one or more of the following goods, automated parking security gates, parking access ticket machines, parking pay stations in the nature of customer self service electronic checkout station for point of sale, computerized controllers, stand alone electrical controllers, access cards, access card readers, biometric based access readers, keypads, cameras, video equipment in the nature of video cameras and monitors, and computer hardware. Custom manufacture of parking control, building access control, and self-storage systems, each comprising one or more of the following goods, automated parking security gates, parking access ticket machines, parking pay stations in the nature of customer self service electronic checkout station for point of sale, computerized controllers, stand alone electrical controllers, access cards, access card readers, biometric based access readers, keypads, cameras, video equipment in the nature of video cameras and monitors, computer hardware, and computer software. Design and engineering of parking control, building access control, and self-storage systems, each comprising one or more of the following goods, automated parking security gates, parking access ticket machines, parking pay stations in the nature of customer self service electronic checkout station for point of sale, computerized controllers, stand, alone electrical controllers, access cards, access card readers, biometric based access readers, keypads, cameras, video equipment in the nature of video cameras and monitors, computer hardware, computer software; technical support for parking control, building access control, and self-storage systems, each comprising one or more of the following goods, automated parking security gates, parking access ticket machines, parking pay stations in the nature of customer self service electronic checkout station for point of sale, computerized controllers, stand alone electrical controllers, access cards, access card readers, biometric based access readers, keypads, cameras, video equipment in the nature of video cameras and monitors, computer hardware, and computer software; troubleshooting of computer hardware and software problems; installation and repair of computer software for parking control, building access control, and self-storage systems, each comprising one or more of the following goods, automated parking security gates, parking access ticket machines, parking pay stations in the nature of customer self service electronic checkout station for point of sale, computerized, controllers, stand alone electrical controllers, access cards, access card readers, biometric based access readers, keypads, cameras, video equipment in the nature of video cameras and monitors, computer hardware, and computer software.


Hofmann P.,Modern Systems | Rinkenauer G.,Modern Systems
Ergonomics | Year: 2013

Anticipation of future events is crucial for driving performance and safety. The aim of this study is to assess the relevance of theoretical frameworks of response preparation (response priming, movement integration theory) for driving. In a customised lane change task, valid and invalid primes were used to indicate the direction of the forthcoming lane changes. Reaction time (RT) and phase durations from steering movements served as dependent measures. In agreement with the theoretical considerations, we found a clear effect of validity on RT and steering kinematics. RTs were faster and the duration of the initial steering phase was shorter with valid than with invalid advance information. The experimental outcomes suggest that the theoretical considerations about benefits and costs of response preparation can be generalised to driving manoeuvres. Therefore, response priming paradigms might be well suited to investigate preparatory effects of advance information, e.g. in the context of advanced driving assistance systems.Practitioner summary: Benefits and costs of response preparation were assessed in the context of driving. The findings suggest that the understanding of preparatory processes is of relevance to enhance driving performance and safety. It is possible to derive some implications that may be useful for the design of assistance and information systems. © 2013 Copyright Taylor and Francis Group, LLC. Source

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