AITT

AcronymDefinition
AITTAssociation of Industrial Truck Trainers
AITTAustralian Institute of Travel and Tourism (est. 1966)
AITTAcadia Institute for Teaching and Technology (Acadia University; Wolfville, Nova Scotia, Canada)
AITTArginine-Insulin Tolerance Test (pediatrics)
AITTAnalog Inter-Toll Trunk
AITTAsset In-Transit Tracking
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In May 1999, the AITT and IMPECT aligned with Thai academics from Chiang Mai University and the largely ethnic Thai members of several NGOs, including the Northern Farmers Network and the Assembly of the Poor, (103) in staging a large peaceful demonstration at Chiang Mai's City Hall.
AITT is loaded with a variety of scenarios, and in this case, simulated live-fire training, he said.
With both exercises considered successes, the AITT system will soon be handed off to the Marine Corps for additional research, development, testing and evaluation, Squire said.
While AITT is the only funded augmented reality effort at the office, Squire said there are plans for future research.
AITT was centralized for several reasons, one being budgetary.
(50) Second, the term Chon phao (tribal people) had been used by the AITT for a decade and the term was well known to state authorities, which was important in terms of negotiating for rights recognition, particularly on citizenship and natural resource management issues.
Initially, highland leaders and NGO workers united and formed two organisations for Hill tribe networking, CONTO and AITT, during the late 1980s to mid-2000s.
Unfortunately for Orton, Bevan fell first ball to Tom Grundy who went on to log 10-4-18-4 as they were rushed out for 51 in just 22.2 overs - Mile Brown, Adrian Aitts and James Urquhart sharing the support honours with two wickets apiece.
The Foundation has also launched a vocational training center in partnership with Agnel Institute of Technical Training and Entrepreneurship Development (AITTED) at Vedanta College of Management and Information Technology, Thane.