I-HITS is a derivative of Cubic's Deployable System for Training and Readiness (DSTAR), a system that integrates the company's combat training and communications technologies in a mobile package.
What does DSTAR stand for?
DSTAR stands for Deployable System for Training and Readiness (Cubic Corp.)
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See other definitions of DSTAR
- Defense & Security Technology Accelerator (military business program; Fayetteville, NC)
- Démence Sénile, de Type Alzheimer (French: Senile Dementia, Alzheimer Type)
- Denver Security Traders Association
- Double Steel Tape Armoured (cable insulation)
- Dutch State Treasury Agency
- Direct Service Tribes Advisory Committee (US IHS)
- Defense Science and Technology Advisory Group
- Decision Support Tool to Analyze Institutional Reform
- Defence Standardisation (UK)
- Digital Smart Technologies for Amateur Radio
- Digital Strategic Technology Advanced Research (no longer in use; Digital Equipment Corporation)
- Digital System Technical Architecture Research
- Distribution Systems Testing, Application, and Research
- Distribution Static Compensator
- Digital Systems Test And Training Simulator
- Daiwa Securities Trust and Banking (India)
- Danish Software Testing Board (Denmark)
- Dark See-Thru Blue (guitars)
- Dead Simple to Build (boats)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Cubic is also introducing its Deployable System for Training and Readiness (DSTAR), a mobile exercise control center that provides live simulation training and feedback on units' performance.
Counterterrorism: Cubic's Deployable System for Training and Readiness (DSTAR) and PC-based Range Instrumentation System (PC-RIS) tracking software creates a unique command and control center mobile package that provides "situational awareness" for urban combat training, search-and-rescue and counter terrorism operations.