VSCS was awarded to Harris in 1992 and is operational TODAY.
What does VEARS stand for?
VEARS stands for VSCS (Voice Switching Control System) Emergency Access Radio System
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- Vermont Environmental Assistance Partnership
- Veterans Educational Assistance Program
- Virginia Enterprise Applications Program
- Visiting East Asian Professionals Program (Washington University)
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- Ventricular Epicardial Activation Sequence
- Ventilation at the Anaerobic Threshold
- Vessel Entries and Transits (Washington)
- Virtual Education Action Zone Project (Cisco Systems; San Jose, CA)
- Vehicle Equipment Bay (space)
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- Ventricular Ectopic Beat
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- Vereniging Erkend Bodemsaneringsdeskundigen (Dutch: Accredited Soil Remediation Experts Association)
- Vereniging Van Effectenbezitters (Dutch Shareholder Rights)
Samples in periodicals archive:
VSCS was awarded to Harris in 1992 and is operational today.
VCS21 combines the ATC voice functions and algorithms of our proven VSCS, Liberty-STAR[TM], and IRENA product lines into a modernized, next-generation platform ready for the global market.
5, 2001--Harris Corporation (NYSE:HRS), a leading integrator of highly reliable air traffic control communications systems and weather processing and display solutions for the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), today announced that it has successfully completed the functional acceptance test (FAT) of the VSCS Control Subsystem Upgrade (VCSU).
We are very proud of our longstanding association with the FAA under the VSCS contract," said Al Dukes, president of the Civil Programs business unit of Harris Corporation's Government Communications Systems Division (GCSD).