Since then, Lockheed Martin has developed and tested over 600,000 lines of software code and integrated the system with two other major operational En Route National Airspace Systems, the Host system and the Display System Replacement (DSR).
What does DSR stand for?
DSR stands for Display System Replacement
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- Direct Service Restauration (French catering company)
- Direct Signature Required (deliveries)
- Direction de la Sûreté des Réacteurs (French: Directorate of Reactor Safety; Institut de Radioprotection et de Sûreté Nucléaire)
- Direction Stratégique de la Recherche (French: Research Strategy Department)
- Director of State Resources
- Directory Service Request (MCI)
- Dirty Smile Records (record label)
- Dirty South Rydaz (band)
- Disaster Survey Report
- Discontinued Service Retirement
- Distance Selling Regulations (UK consumer protection)
- Distinguished Service Ribbon
- Distributed Speech Recognition
- Distributor Sales Representative
- Disturbing Search Requests (website)
- Division of Safety Research (NIOSH)
- Division of Special Revenue
- Division of Sponsored Research
- Division Status Review
- Division Supérieur Régionale (French: Higher Regional Division)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Display System Replacement Engineer Tom Ackermann mounted a search for an alternate supplier.
A registered ISO 9001 company, Lockheed Martin Air Traffic Management is the system developer for the Display System Replacement (DSR) air traffic control systems modernization program for all 20 FAA Air Route Traffic Control Centers.
Specifically, the company was nominated for its support of the FAA's modernization programs, including Display System Replacement (DSR), the Common Automated Radar Terminal System (Common ARTS), and the ARTS Color Display.
We're proud of our role in this outstanding effort and look forward to similar successes as we continue to roll out DCCR and move ahead with the Display System Replacement program.
The Display System Replacement (DSR) air traffic control computer system, developed by Lockheed Martin, was initially installed at the Seattle ARTCC and became operational there on December 15, 1998.
This modernization program, valued at over $1 billion dollars, will replace aging terminal automation equipment and will interface with the FAA's en route system, which is also being modernized under the Display System Replacement program which includes Raytheon's controller workstations.
Developed by Lockheed Martin, the new system, called the Display System Replacement (DSR), is the cornerstone of the FAA's en route modernization program.