Accession Number : AD0675276
Title : TECHNICAL PROGRESS ACCELERATORS (INFORGA-65) (USKORITELI TEKHNICHESKOGO PROGRESSA (INFORGA-65),
Corporate Author : FOREIGN TECHNOLOGY DIV WRIGHT-PATTERSON AFB OHIO
Personal Author(s) : Mamedov,G. D. ; Susoeva,T. A.
Report Date : 29 SEP 1967
Pagination or Media Count : 8
Abstract : The authors briefly describe some of the exhibits featured at the Exposition of Means of Mechanization and Automation of the Preparation and Search of Scientific-Technical Information, Engineering, and Control, held in Moscow from May 1 through June 30, 1965. The Exposition was named 'Inforga-65' (information organization of 1965). Data card equipment and microfilm devices were prominent. Representative is the UDM-2 machine with an attachment for encoding on microfilm (400 frame/hr). Microfilm is processed by compact developer 60P4 (225 m/hr). Copies can be made by 'Electrofot' at 20-30 paper or punched card reproduction/hr (xerography principle). A similar form obtained from the 'Era' device can be used in the compact 'Romayer-2' machine, producing 5000 imprint/hr. Potential uses of microfilm were explored. The computer discussed include the SDM-133 (140-150 operation/sec) and 'Minsk-2' (electronic, 5000 operation/sec). Another electronic computer, 'Era', aids in directing large-scale establishments and replaces several thousand workers. Other devices named are: UPI-G (data transmission from shop to steward and dispatcher), BPL (Polish, signal device for lost persons, range: 1 km), and UTS, a semi-automatic pipe-bending mill. The emphasis is on machine information storage and easy availability of data and printed material.
Descriptors : (*DOCUMENTS, AUTOMATION), COMPUTERS, DATA PROCESSING, MICROFILM, CONTROL, USSR
Subject Categories : Information Science
Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE