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(di-ploy′) [Fr. deployer, to scatter]
1. To prepare personnel or resources for anticipated use, e.g. in a mass casualty or a field of battle.
2. To put into therapeutic use.
3. To insert (e.g., prostheses, stents).
deployment (mĕnt)
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Should you wish to speak or exhibit at Mobile Deployable Communications 2020, please contact Sadia Malick on: +44 (0) 20 7827 6748 or smalick@smi-online.co.uk
To this end, a new model coupling mechanical field with a temperature field of a deployable structure with scissor-like elements (SLEs) based on ANCF is presented.
The JECC's joint deployable team that deployed within 48 hours to U.S.
UK, Surbiton-based Stryker offers the commercial and public sectors covert and overt wireless video surveillance products, easily and readily deployable, including digital video recording and automatic number plate recognition.Country: , UKSector: ElectronicsTarget: Stryker Communications LimitedBuyer: Digital Barriers PlcDeal size in USD: 2.36mType: Corporate acquisitionFinancing: CashStatus: ClosedComment: The amount of the deal includes earn-out payment.
Raytheon Company (NYSE:RTN), a provider of security technology, on Thursday said it will highlight its deployable air traffic management systems (ATM) and solutions at the Air Traffic Control Association (ATCA) Annual Conference and Exposition between 2 and 5 October 2011.
Diaper Having Deployable Chassis Ears And Stretch Waistband: No.
The contract is for providing rapidly deployable renewable energy power stations for Afghanistan.
This letter in response to congressional direction accompanying the Consolidated Appropriations Act of 2008 reports on the Coast Guard's Deployable Operations Group.
The Switchblade'" does not use any O-rings or rubber bands and yet it has rear deployable blades.
Summary: Currently used in a large number of military theatres of operation, the Gillard mobile shelter is a deployable structure with semi-automated assembly.
The deployable communication and information system represents a major upgrade in the capability of Nato forces.