The Coalition Aerial Surveillance and Reconnaissance (CESAR) program is an exciting effort by seven North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) nations to develop and improve their ability to detect and track vehicles on or near the ground with radar sensors.
What does CAESAR stand for?
CAESAR stands for Coalition Aerial Surveillance And Reconnaissance
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We have 14 other meanings of CAESAR in our Acronym Attic
- Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station
- Consorzio Assicurativo Etico Solidale (Italian)
- Consumer Alliance for Energy Security
- Corporate Actions Enhanced Services
- Crédit Agricole Epargne Longue des Salariés
- Canada-Alberta Environmentally Sustainable Agriculture Agreement
- Computer Assisted Estimation of Synthetic Accessibility
- Cache Embedded Switch Architecture
- Catalogue of Arcade Emulation Software - the Absolute Reference
- Civilian American & European Surface Anthropometry Resource
- Complaint Analysis Evaluation System and Reports
- Component And Engine Structural Assessment Research (USAF/P&W)
- Computational-Intensive Applications for Engineering, Design, and Simulation on Scalable Parallel Architectures
- Computer Aided Engineering Stress Analysis Routines
- Computer-Aided Exploration of Synthetic Aperture Radar
- Condition and Environment Sensing and Reporting
- Continuing and Adult Education Standing Committee (Council on Instructional Affairs; Florida Department of Education)
- Computer-Aided Empirical Software Engineering
- Centre for Advanced Software Engineering Research (Sydney, Australia)
- Center for Assessment and Evaluation of Student Learning (Oakland, CA)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Norway, the United Kingdom, and the United States have initiated the coalition aerial surveillance and reconnaissance (CAESAR) project in an effort to bring together and enhance existing and developing capabilities for ground surveillance.