Organizations such as New Mexico Department of Transportation and University of Arkansas' Center for Advanced Spatial Technologies (CAST) are some of the agencies that tested Oracle Database 10g's new spatial and location-based technology.
What does CAST stand for?
CAST stands for Center for Advanced Spatial Technologies (University of Arkansas)
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We have 238 other meanings of CAST in our Acronym Attic
- Cardiac Arrhythmia Suppression Trial (NIH)
- Caribbean Action for Sustainable Tourism
- Caribbean Alliance for Sustainable Tourism
- Carlisle Adams/Stafford Tavares (encryption ciphers)
- Carolina Actors Studio Theatre (Charlotte, NC)
- Carrier Availability Support Team
- Casting and Solidification Technology
- Catch A Special Thrill
- Cell Array Stress Test (computer memory)
- Center for Advanced Science and Technology (various locations)
- Center for Advanced Studies in Telecommunications (Ohio State University)
- Center for Aging Services Technologies
- Center for Analysis of Strategies and Technologies
- Center for Applied Space Technology (Kennedy Space Center, FL)
- Center for Applied Special Technology
- Center for Astrostatistics
- Centre d'Actualisation Scientifique et Technique
- Centro de Asistencia y Servicios Tecnológicos (Juarez, Mexico)
- Certification and Accreditation Support Tool (US DoD)
- Change Average Speed to (road rally instruction)
Samples in periodicals archive:
An open spatial enterprise solution can make a tremendous difference in addressing the challenges facing state and local governments," explains Fred Limp, Director, University of Arkansas Center for Advanced Spatial Technologies (CAST).
Group VP, Business Development Oracle Government, Education and Health, Oracle Corporation; Preetha Pulusani, President, Intergraph Mapping and Geospatial Solutions; Akihiro Yamaura, General Manager, Spatial IT Business Unit, Mitsubishi Corporation, Tokyo, Japan Retiring from the board after years of dedicated service to the Consortium are: Lawrence Fritz, Lockheed Martin; Emil Horvath, US Department of Agriculture, NRCS Information Technology Institute; Ulrich Neunfinger, consultant; and Fred Limp, University of Arkansas Center for Advanced Spatial Technologies.