Deutsch: Anwesenheit / Français: Prêsence

In the industrial context, "presence" typically refers to the detection or sensing of the existence of something, usually with the aid of sensors, cameras, or other technology.

Examples of its usage include:

  1. Presence sensors in industrial machinery that detect when a person enters the machine's work area and immediately stop the machine to avoid accidents.
  2. Presence detectors used in automated lighting systems that detect when someone enters or leaves a room and adjust the lighting accordingly.
  3. Presence detection in automated storage and retrieval systems that ensures products are in the correct location before retrieval.
  4. Presence detection in autonomous vehicles that allows them to sense objects and avoid collisions.

Similar terms in this context may include "detection," "sensing," "monitoring," and "tracking."


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