47 Competitors 47 Microsoft HealthVault 47 Discontinuing Google Health 47 Military battlefield awareness 48 Security and surveillance 48 FUTURE RESEARCH 49 Secure systems 49 Embedded Operating Systems 49 Groups Management 50 Lightweight Signal Processing 50 High-Data-Rate Sensors 51 THE FUTURE OF RFID AND M2M 51 2012 AND BEYOND 51 Growth Factors of M2M from 2011 and Beyond 52 Telecommunication 52 M2M Wireless and Consumer Products 53 Asset Tracking and other M2M RFID Applications 54 To order this report: Wireless_Technology Industry : Google in RFID and M2M, Second Edition Contact Nicolas: nicolasbombourg@reportlinker.
What does BA stand for?
BA stands for Battlefield Awareness
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- Batting Average (baseball)
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- Battle Assembly
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They provide an added degree of battlefield awareness that could mean the difference between life or death and Hampson is proud that there have been zero failures reported in the field in the life of the program.
3 million contract for a net-centric architecture system to enhance battlefield awareness.
The RC-135U is the only current operational aircraft in the Air Force Inventory that collects precision Signal Intelligence that provides solid battlefield awareness to the war fighter.
Established in 2002, the TCA provides a long-term outlook for a transition to increased Internet Protocol (IP)-driven communications, which should improve battlefield awareness by passing time-critical targeting and ISR information to where it is needed most.
They are trained in exploiting space-based capabilities to improve battlefield awareness for the warfighter.
defense industries points to transatlantic transformation, which requires improving our common capabilities in force application, battlefield awareness, command and control, protection, and focused logistics.
Battle captains were no longer tied to individual 15" monitors, nor did they have to traverse the GCC-CACC floor to view other screens and mapboards in their efforts to achieve battlefield awareness.