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VTS

Abbreviation for:
Vocational Training Scheme

VTS

Abbreviation for veterinary technician specialist.

vitreomacular traction syndrome

(vi″trē-ō-mak′yŭ-lăr) [ vitre(ous) + macular],

VTS

Chronic tugging on the macula after a partial posterior detachment of the vitreous. It is a cause of unilateral visual blurring.
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In the year 2014, VTS progressed to a major milestone.
amp;rdquo; He gives a few examples: “The VTS AHU casing is a patented design and the outcome of this innovation is that by the use of C-section panels, we could eliminate many sheet metal parts, have less joints and a smooth surface.
VTS was first organized in 1982 to focus attention on newly developing test technology, particularly ATPG and Design-for-Test.
In the current case, we enabled the successful data migration for a mission critical process using PtP VTS copy over distance, between the main and recovery sites.
Building on the success of earlier years, workshops on allied areas of test - the Open Source Test Technology Tools Workshop and the Wireless Test Workshop, are co-located at VTS 2006 to give the attendees an opportunity to interactively discuss some of the latest advancements in test technology.
VTS will utilize the VeriFone MX870 connected to TaxiTronic's TX-36 network controller, which will communicate via cellular wireless to servers run by fleet operators and municipal taxi authorities.