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Clumping cat litter, which contained calcium clay cat litter, was developed in the United Kingdom in the 1950s by the Fuller’s Earth Union. Subsequently, Thomas Nelson, a biochemist in the United States, developed clumping clay cat litter cat litter in 1984 and completely transformed the cat litter industry. No longer was it necessary to throw away litter every day.
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An autonomous mobile robot (AMR) is a robot that performs behaviors or tasks with a high degree of autonomy. The AMR relies on autonomous navigation where no wires, tape, GPS or other navigation markers are required. Its laser guidance system assures precise navigation, obstacle avoidance and human safety. The drive-around mapping with laptop adjustments enables fast and easy route updates and additions.
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GPS Anti-Jamming protects GPS receivers from interference and intentional jamming. By the time the GPS signal reaches the Earth's surface is weak and is susceptible to being overcome by higher power Radio Frequency (RF) energy. Even a small jammer of about 10 Watts power can disrupt an unprotected C/A Code receiver for about 30 kilometers (line of sight). GPS Anti-Jamming uses power minimization to reduce the effect of interference and jamming so that the GPS receiver can continue to operate correctly. 
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1,3-Butanediol (also known as butane-1,3-diol, or 1,3-dihydroxybutane) is a diol used as a chemical intermediate in the manufacture of polyester plasticizers and other products. It finds some use as a solvent for flavorings and as a humectant in pet foods, tobacco and cosmetics. It is one of four stable structural isomers of butanediol. In biology, 1,3-Butanediol is used as a hypoglycaemic agent. 1,3-Butanediol can be converted into β-hydroxybutyrate and serve as a substrate for brain metabolism.
Train communication gateways systems enable the exchange of information throughout the train. Gateways help to connect to the train communication network. They are also called protocol converters and may communicate using more than one protocol. There are two interface buses used in the TCN: Vehicle bus: Used for intra-vehicle communication, and Train bus: Used for wide information exchange. The wire train bus (WTB) gateway is used as a train bus, and a multifunction vehicle bus (MVB) gateway is used as a vehicle bus. Gateway bus technologies such as controller area network (CAN), serial links, and Ethernet train bus (ETB) are used as a vehicle bus. They provide larger bandwidths and a flexible network.