The Advanced Responsive Tactically Effective Military Imaging Spectrometer, or ARTEMIS for short, consists of a trio of components: a telescope, a spectrometer and an onboard digital signal processor.
What does ARTEMIS stand for?
ARTEMIS stands for Advanced Responsive Tactically Effective Military Imaging Spectrometer
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- Military and Government
- Science, medicine, engineering, etc.
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We have 9 other meanings of ARTEMIS in our Acronym Attic
- A European Full Integrated EDA Platform Based on Advanced Russian Tools and SIFRAME
- Art and Technology
- Art of the Early Keyboard (New York, NY)
- American Russian Theatre Ensemble Laboratory (Los Angeles, CA)
- Atelier de Recherches Sur Les Textes Médiévaux (French: Research Workshop on Medieval Texts)
- Advanced Radio-Frequency Test and Evaluation Measurements and Interpretation System
- Advanced Real-Time Electro-Mechanical Transient Simulator (software; Opal-RT Technologies Inc.)
- Advanced Relay Technology Mission
- Advanced Research on Test and Evaluation of Mixed-Signal ICs and Systems
- Advanced Research Testbed for Medical Informatics
- Advanced Retrieval, Tire, Equipment, Motor Vehicles, Information System (NHTSA)
- Assessment and Reliability of Transport Emission Models and Inventory Systems (EU environmental project)
- Automated Reporting, Tracking, and Evaluation Management Information
- Anti-Racist Teacher Education Network (est. 1983)
- Army Training and Evaluation Program
- Asian Regional Team for Employment Promotion (UN International Labour Organization)
- Army Training and Evaluation Programs
- Advanced Research in Telecommunications Systems (European Space Agency)
- Automated Remote Time Entry System
- Australian Real Time Embedded Systems
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The bus resulting from this effort will be used on the TacSat-3 mission to support the Advanced Responsive Tactically Effective Military Imaging Spectrometer (ARTEMIS) sensor payload also being developed by AFRL.