Updating with mercator
The program helps you to establish an optimal stock level, with a maximum and minimum.
Order preparations for the stock can be suggested with automatic replenishment or a countermark (customer order).
It was Hondius who brought Mercator back into public recognition by printing this lavishly coloured volume of Mercator’s maps, produced in Amsterdam 1613.
Hondius embellished Mercator’s original work, updating his maps and even contributing thirty-six new ones himself.
The globe bears the motto ‘I use, I describe, I adorn, I censure and I choose faithfully’ representing the scholarly and artistic merits of this atlas.
This atlas, along with many other items tracing the history of exploration and map-making from the 13th century onwards, can be seen in the Old Library on Saturday 15 March from - as part of the Cambridge Science Festival.
His best-known work was this volume of maps, the first to have borne the name ‘Atlas’ after the Titan of ancient Greek myth, who was said to hold up the world on his shoulders.
In 1569, Mercator devised a rectangular map with straight lines of latitude and longitude crossing at right angles, intended to be a new way of representing a round globe on a flat sheet of paper.
Sky Chain will use this information and process it further to update capacity details for flights in Sky Chain.
The capacity nightly flat file is used to update the flight record commercial capacity, overbooking capacity, and bid price details.
Following is the process of updating capacity details in the Sky Chain system through the CPO nightly flat file: In addition to the nightly flat files for capacity updates, CPO also sends real time capacity updates through XML messages.
Mercator enables: the management of multiple depots, real-time stock searching and easy stocktaking using portable terminals.
Thanks to customised reports and statistics, Mercator helps you to take the best decisions.
For more information, contact Ryan Cronin by email: [email protected] or by telephone 01223 338711.