This is clearly exemplified in the Airborne Laser (ABL) program, in which the U.
What does ABL stand for?
ABL stands for Airborne Laser
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We have 289 other meanings of ABL in our Acronym Attic
- Additional Bypass Linking
- Address Block Locator
- Administration de Biens Laborde (French property management company)
- Administrative Boundary Lines
- Adult Baseball League (various locations)
- Adult Basic Literacy (English as a Second Language)
- Advanced Baseline
- Advanced Bimetallic Liner (RC airplane construction)
- Advanced Business Language (software)
- Agrani Bank Limited (Bangladesh)
- Aircraft Based Laser
- Allegheny Ballistics Laboratory
- Allied Bank Limited (Pakistan)
- Allocated Baseline
- Allocated/Above Baseline
- Alston & Bird LLP (law firm; various locations)
- Aluminum Barrier Layer (tube filling)
- Always Be Looting (gaming)
- Amaterska Bowling Liga (Amateur Bowling League)
- Ambler, AK, USA (Airport Code)
Samples in periodicals archive:
In these cases, airborne laser altimetry can be an accurate and cost-effective alternative.
org released a statement today regarding the revolutionary airborne laser intercept test at Point Mugu, California last night.
An airborne laser is also being developed and tested.
The Department of Defense transferred responsibility for the Airborne Laser in October 2001 to the Ballistic Missile Defense Organization.
Floating just above the water, a balloon representing the Airborne Laser program prepares for the Kodak Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta.
With 266,000 measurements at the ground, this "Innovation in 3D" provides unrivaled point density performance HORN, Austria -- RIEGL Laser Measurement Systems GmbH, leading manufacturer of 3D laser scanners, is pleased to announce for immediate delivery its latest state-of-the-art airborne laser scanner RIEGL LMS-Q680i with an unmatched laser pulse repetition rate of 400 kHz, providing an effective measurement rate of up to 266,000 coordinates per second.
Missile Defense Agency's Airborne Laser Testbed (ALTB) successfully aimed the High Energy Laser beam in an experiment Feb.