PROTEUS


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AcronymDefinition
PROTEUSProfile Telemetry Of Upper Ocean Currents
PROTEUSSupport for System Evolution
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This time, the aim was to test the ability of an Amphitech OASys radar system mounted on the nose of the Proteus to detect test aircraft, regardless of whether or not they were equipped with transponders.
Proteus anticipates that other fields, yet to be discovered and developed, could utilize the planned system.
PHENOMICS(R) is a novel technology that has been developed and patented by Proteus which permits rapid access to the entire proteome from a given genome or fragments of genome.
Also, interested consumers can now request a free 60-day trial of ProTeus on CD.
Proteus features a 17-meter (56-foot)long fuselage (plane body) and a wingspan of 28 m (92 ft).
The Proteus is easily and rapidly adjusted to take the different sizes of cookies and cakes passing through, from a single small cookie to a three pack of brownies.
Proteus, his friend, a self-centered youth who fancies himself a lover in the best euphuistic tradition.
The Proteus ingestible sensor can be integrated into an inert pill or other ingested products, such as pharmaceuticals.
Together, Eagle Technology and Production Solutions SA will enable factories and manufacturers to implement Eagle's multilingual CMMS software, Proteus CMMS, to enable the factory of the future to be more efficient, adaptive and, ultimately productive.
This pricing has been initiated by the company's wholly-owned indirect subsidiary, Transocean Proteus Limited.
This is the second year in a row that Tetra Tech Proteus was honoured with this award.
The appearance of Proteus to the mother of Apollonius of Tyana, and the subsequent references to this minor deity later in the text, carry a heavy load, almost an overload, of implications.