ATLIS

AcronymDefinition
ATLISAIDS Treatment for Life International Survey (International Association of Physicians in AIDS Care; Chicago, IL)
ATLISAccess to Libraries in Swansea (UK)
ATLISAirborne Tracking Laser Identification System
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While the ATLIS 2010 findings showed a high degree of patient satisfaction with HCPs globally (97 percent), and the majority of patients believe they are being treated according to their individual needs (84 percent), some respondents claim to have never engaged in important discussions related to their long-term wellness, such as health history, present medical conditions, treatment side effects, new treatment options, or how all of these factors may impact their overall health and treatment outcomes.
In light of the ATLIS findings, IAPAC encourages a country-wide call-to-action urging the HIV community to: 1) promote dialogue around patients' quality of life as it relates to treatment potency, dosing strategies, side effects and tolerability; 2) continue to address non-clinical barriers to HIV treatment initiation and adherence, including stigma and discrimination; and 3) continue to increase education and discussion to ensure patients are better informed about their treatment and can assist in making decisions about their ARV regimens.
PHOTO : Thomson-CSF's new CLDP derivative of ATLIS has an exchangeable night-capable sensor.
The Company has enhanced the shipwreck search capabilities associated with its ATLIS detection technology by positioning itself to acquire and use specialized fly-over (aerial) remote-sensing analyses to detect underwater anomalies, which may indicate the presence of historic shipwrecks in licensed waters.
Admiralty has enhanced the shipwreck search capabilities associated with its ATLIS detection technology by positioning itself to acquire and use specialized fly-over (aerial) remote-sensing analyses to detect underwater anomalies, which may indicate the presence of historic shipwrecks in licensed waters.
Admiralty now believes its ATLIS technology may provide assistance to governmental authorities in the detection and location of unexploded ordnance (bombs, artillery shells, ammunition, and weapons) commonly known as "UXO.
Admiralty has developed unique, proprietary detection technology, which it calls ATLIS, for use in locating and recovering valuable cargoes from historical shipwrecks, primarily Spanish, Portuguese, Dutch, English and French shipwrecks dating from the 16th, 17th, and 18th centuries.
that, "We believe that our ATLIS technology would be highly
Argosy International, headed by recognized marine salvor Graham Jessop, will contribute a research vessel and an internationally experienced exploration and recovery crew to deploy Admiralty's proprietary ATLIS technology in the search for historic shipwrecks.
The potential joint venture participant, which can not be named at this time due to confidentiality requirements, will bring to the venture a research and salvage vessel, and an experienced team of marine recovery experts which will be combined with Admiralty's ATLIS technology to begin operations in the Caribbean early in the second quarter of this year.
The technology, called ATLIS, will be deployed in partnership initially with certain Caribbean nations and marine archeologists to search in the nations' territorial waters for historic shipwrecks known to have been bearing valuable cargoes when they foundered and sank.
Meadow's data management career began with ATLIS Information Systems where she rose through the ranks to become vice president of information processing.