SRI currently has programs in maritime and port security, military and first responder interoperability training, cyber security, disaster resiliency, interoperable communications, and biometrics that apply to the Foundation's mission.
What does IOT stand for?
IOT stands for Interoperability Training
This definition appears rarely and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
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We have 63 other meanings of IOT in our Acronym Attic
- Intensive Outpatient Treatment
- Intensive Outreach Team
- Inter-Operator Tariff (GSM Roaming)
- Inter-Organizational Transfer
- Interactive Occupational Training (Westminster, CO)
- International Office Technologies (Eagan, MN)
- Internet of Things
- Interoffice Transfer
- Interoffice Trunk
- Interoperability Testing
- Intraocular Tension
- Intubacion Oro Traqueal (Spanish: Oral-Tracheal Intubation)
- Investors of Tomorrow
- Iothalamate (radiopaque agent)
- Issue Organizing Teams (Progressive Democrats of America)
- It's Only Temporary
- Independent Operational Test and Evaluation (US FAA)
- Initial Operational Test & Evaluation
- Initial Operational Test & Evaluation Readiness Demonstration Plan
- Icons of the Apocalypse
Samples in periodicals archive:
The Kauffman executed interoperability training with other militaries from both the east and west coasts of South America and Central America, and in port, we would do similar, but much smaller-scale missions, to what the [hospital ship] Comfort does," Maxey said.
Essex arrived off the coast of Pohang, Republic of Korea (ROK), on 4 November 2008 for the Korean Interoperability Training Program.
The Master Trainer Course, a train-the-trainer course, is a one-stop ABCS interoperability training opportunity for Field Artillerymen, both Active Component (AC) and Reserve Component (RC), offered at Fort Sill or, as an option, units' home stations.
There were many different kinds of training integrated into GF this year, to include interoperability training of various C4I systems with joint components, demonstrating the Integrated Theater Signal Battalion concept, identifying some crucial skill sets needed to support this concept, and integrating our Homeland Defense/Security partners, Federal Emergency Management Agency and Military Affiliate Radio System, whose players did an excellent job supporting the exercise from beginning to end.
When EUCOM began examining its training and exercise program before 9/11 because of a concern over waning readiness, several major points emerged: * training and exercises must be transformed from a schedule based on legacy events; rather they must be based on contemporary joint and combined warfighting requirements * NATO exercises are important indicators of Alliance cohesion as well as substantial joint and combined training venues but are often based on antiquated requirements * Partnership for Peace (PFP) exercises are vital security cooperation events but often fail to provide quality coalition interoperability training * increased collaboration with NATO force and exercise planners is essential to improving the exercise program for U.
The annual US European Command (Eucom) interoperability training exercise enables Nato and Partnership for Peace military staffs to evaluate the capabilities of communications and information systems in a multi-service environment.
Since 1977, the Euro NATO Training Engineer Centre (ENTEC) in Munich, Germany, has provided engineer interoperability training to increase efficiency between military engineers of NATO and its partner nations during peacetime and war.