And for drivers concerned about the battery overheating, a computer management system constantly monitors voltage, electricity and temperature.
What does CMS stand for?
CMS stands for Computer Management System (Unisys)
This definition appears frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Information technology (IT) and computers
See other definitions of CMS
We have 1152 other meanings of CMS in our Acronym Attic
- Component Monitoring System
- Composant Monté en Surface (French: Surface Mounted Component)
- Composite Multiplex Signal
- Composites Machines Systèmes (French industrial tool distributor)
- Compound Mitre Saw
- Comprehensive Medical Solutions (Florida)
- Compressed Media Solutions
- Computational Materials Science
- Computational Molecular Science
- Computer Mail Services, Inc.
- Computer/Mathematical Sciences (various universities)
- Computerized Medical Systems, Inc.
- Computerized Monitoring System
- Computing & Management Sciences
- Computing and Media Services
- COMSEC Material System
- Concept Mécano Soudure (French construction company)
- Concerned Member State (mutual recognition procedure for registration of medicines)
- Condensed Matter Science
- Condition Monitoring System
Samples in periodicals archive:
They have switched much of the exterior lighting to LED, improved cooling and computer management systems, matched heat and lighting to occupancy and generally made sure as little energy as possible is wasted.
In today's communications and information world, it also requires a computer management system, which marries a secure client network that meets all aspects of HIPAA compliance with the flexibility of managing and communicating online.
Integrated Business Systems (IBS) Of Fairfield, NJ has announced the introduction of DYNA for Windows interface for users of its real estate computer management systems.
The largest came in February 1999 with the $435m purchase of Florida based consulting and implementation business Computer Management Systems.
Documentation available through computer management systems is likely to become increasingly important as the nation's attention focuses on reducing the national debt.
It can be seen from the varied examples that the Food Industry places the utmost reliance on well engineered, hygienic and thoroughly reliable conveyor systems designed for the duty and conditions experienced in the industry, and with the ability to be controlled by, or communicate with, computer management systems.