With Quick Select[R] modular sensor system, the PTE-1 can be configured to measure ranges from 0-.
What does MOSES stand for?
MOSES stands for Modular Sensor System
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- Military and Government
- Science, medicine, engineering, etc.
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We have 29 other meanings of MOSES in our Acronym Attic
- Major Open Systems Environment Standards
- Marine Oil Spill Equipment Stockpile (database; Australia)
- Massachusetts One Stop Employment System (system used by Mass Division of Employment and Training Career Centers)
- Massive Open Systems Environment Standards
- Midwest Organic and Sustainable Education Service (Spring Valley, WI)
- Minioptic Stereo Evaluation System
- Mission Operations, System Engineering and Software (NASA)
- Mission Oriented Systems Engineering Support
- Mobile Office Simulated Environment System
- Mobility Services for Urban Sustainability
- Multi-sensor Optimal Smoothing Estimation Software
- Merchant Originated Secure Electronic Transaction (online payment security technology)
- Museum of Sex (New York City, NY, USA)
- Major Oil Storage Facility (New York State Department of Environmental Conservation)
- Multi-Organ System Failure
- Metal Oxide Silicon Field Effect Transistor (less common)
- Metal Oxide Substrate Field Effect Transistor
- Metal-Oxide Semiconductor Field-Effect Transistor
- Multi-Organ System Failure with Sepsis
- Manual of Standards Flight Training (Australia)
Samples in periodicals archive:
In order to improve the efficiency of electronic noses, researchers at Germany's University of Tuebingen have developed a hybrid modular sensor system that incorporates a broad range of different transducers and sensors.
Brooks, RAE Systems (AMEX: RAE), and Savi Technology -- announced an inter-connected modular sensor system that adds new levels of intelligence to cargo containers at very low costs, enabling containers to be configured per shipment to automatically detect intrusions, sense interior environmental changes in temperature or humidity, detect hazardous cargo such as radioactive materials, and wirelessly communicates its location and security status to a global information network in real-time.