It is almost six years since the inauguration of the TRON project, a con cept first proposed by Dr. K. Sakamura of the University of Tokyo, and it is almost 2 years since the foundation of the TRON Association on March 1988. The number of regular member companies registered in the TRON Association as of November 1988 is 145 which is a new re cord for the Association. Some of this year's major activities that I would particularly like to mention are: - Over 50 TRON project-related products have been or are about to be introduced to the marketplace, according to a preliminary report from the Future Study Committee of the TRON Association. In par ticular, I am happy to say that the ITRON subproject, which is ahead of the other subprojects, has progressed so far that several papers on ITRON applications will be presented at this conference, which means that the ITRON specifications are now ready for application to em bedded commercial and industrial products.NOTE 2: Function validation can check out all fuction shortages but cannot check out excessive functions. ... The applicant should examine each item one by one if it is described in the usera#39;s manual of the product subject to validation. If it isanbsp;...
|Title||:||TRON Project 1989|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 2012-12-06|