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Computers A garbled communication between 2 devices in a local area network (LAN) that results when both attempt to transmit data simultaneously; after colliding, each device waits for a period of time and retries; increased devices on a LAN increase the likelihood of collision
Obstetrics A mechanical obstruction to the birth of twins, such that the lay of one foetus impedes the engagement of the other; the most extreme collision is known as interlocking
Public health Road traffic accident/motor vehicle accident
Radiation physics The interaction between 2 particles—e.g., photons, atomic nuclei, electrons—during which energy, momentum, and charge may be altered
collision Obstetrics A mechanical obstruction to the birth of twins, such that the lay of one fetus impedes the engagement of the other; the most extreme collision is known as interlocking, see there Public health Motor vehicle accident. See MVA.
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The collision avoidance system
is officially named as Collision Warning With Full Auto Brake And Pedestrian Detection.
Title: Srr/Hh65 Traffic Collision Avoidance System
The Traffic Collision Avoidance System
monitors the airspace around an aircraft for other aircraft equipped with a corresponding active transponder which may present a threat of mid-air collision.
Contract notice: supply and integration of an aircraft collision avoidance system
Pilots of both aircraft reacted to instructions from air traffic control and their onboard traffic collision avoidance system
equipment to avoid an accident.