IOF

(redirected from Industries of the Future)
AcronymDefinition
IOFIron Ore Fines
IOFInstitute of Fundraising (UK)
IOFInternational Osteoporosis Foundation (Switzerland)
IOFImposto Sobre Operacoes Financeiras (Brazil)
IOFInternational Orienteering Federation
IOFInstitute of Finance (various organizations)
IOFIsraeli Occupation Force
IOFIndustries of the Future (various locations)
IOFInter Office Facility
IOFInput Output File
IOFInstant on Fusing
IOFInteractive Output Facility
IOFInput Output Facility
IOFInstitute for Applied Optics and Precision Engineering
IOFIndependent Order of Foresters
IOFInstitute of Forestry (Nepal)
IOFInvestor-Oriented Firm
IOFInitial Operating Facility
IOFInteractive Output Facility (US FEMA)
IOFInterim Operating Facility (US FEMA)
IOFInternational Oceanographic Foundation
IOFInternational Operation Forces (gaming clan)
IOFIndonesian Offroad Federation
IOFInternational Order of Foresters
IOFInter Office Facilities
IOFI'm on Fire! (gaming)
IOFInfrared Optical Film
IOFInvestment Opportunity Facility
IOFIndian Ordnance Factory (arms producer)
IOFInternational Osprey Foundation
IOFInternational Olympic Federations
IOFInspection Observation Finding
IOFIntelligence and Operations Facility (digital command post)
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of Energy through the Metalcasting Industries of the Future (IOF) program.
In his new position, Garland oversees the Metalcasting Industries of the Future program, the joint DOE-CMC effort to fund energy efficiency research at more than 25 universities and laboratories.
of Energy Office of Industrial Technologies (DOE-OIT) has teamed with the metalcasting industry for many years as part of the Industries of the Future Program.
of Energy's Metalcasting Industries of the Future Solicitation.
implementation of the Industries of the Future program for the metalcasting industry.
As part of the Industries of the Future concept, industry is meant to identify and prioritize technology needs, develop an implementation strategy, commit resources, conduct R&D and use the results established to achieve savings and minimize wastes.
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