ACERT

AcronymDefinition
ACERTArmy Computer Emergency Response Team
ACERTAdvanced Combustion Emissions Reduction Technology
ACERTArmy Contaminated Equipment Retrograde Team
ACERTAssociation of Campus Emergency Response Teams (est. 1996; London, Ontario, Canada)
ACERTAmerican Clean Energy Resources Trust (Kanab, UT)
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Cat said the new C32 ratings, specifically designed for pleasure craft applications, have 9% more power than the former C32 versions without ACERT technology.
With this certification, Caterpillar has delivered on the promises made when we introduced ACERT Technology in 2002," said Jim Parker, vice president, Caterpillar Power Systems Marketing Division.
The ACERT conducts analysis of this and other data as part of its mission to proactively protect, detect, and react to security events on Army networks.
This sale to RTA is typical of the trend Caterpillar is seeing within the public transportation industry as there has been a tremendous increase in demand for Caterpillar engines featuring ACERT technology to help transit authorities looking to meet stringent emission standards," said Caterpillar vice president James Parker.
installs in some of its diesel engines with the company's low-emission ACERT technology.
In anticipation of the US EPA Tier 3 and EU Stage-III emissions regulations whose period of introduction starts in 2004, Caterpillar has launched ACERT [TM] (Advanced Combustion Emissions Reduction Technology).
To meet the 2004 emissions requirements, Caterpillar is using a technique called ACERT (advanced combustion emission reduction technology).
Arizona has an abundance of recreation and cultural sites for visitors to experience," said Glenn Schlottman, ACERT council chairman.
The Cat 988K XE's C18 ACERT diesel engine provides power to an electric generator, which in turn provides power to the electric motor to drive the machine forward and in reverse.
The 6015B Is equipped with a single Cat C27 ACERT engine that provides 606 kW (800 hp) of rated power.
During his tenure as director of ACERT, he led early efforts in the development and implementation of cyber operations plans, procedures, and programs for the Army and Department of Defense that are still in use today.