ABI

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AcronymDefinition
ABIAssociation of British Insurers
ABIAcquired Brain Injury
ABIAmerican Bankruptcy Institute
ABIAbitur (German secondary school final examination)
ABIApplication Binary Interface
ABIAllied Business Intelligence, Inc (Oyster Bay, New York)
ABIAnnual Business Inquiry (Office for National Statistics; UK)
ABIAutomated Broker Interface
ABIAssociazione Bancaria Italiana
ABIActivity Based Intelligence (various organizations)
ABIAnkle/Brachial Index
ABIArchitecture Billings Index (finance)
ABIApplied Biosystems, Inc.
ABIAnoxic Brain Injury
ABIAssociacao Brasileira de Imprensa (Brazilian press association)
ABIAmerican Beverage Institute
ABIAgencia Boliviana de Informacion (Spanish: Bolivian Information Agency; Bolivia)
ABIAlabama Bureau of Investigation
ABIAllied Business Intelligence
ABIAnita Borg Institute for Women and Technology (Palo Alto, CA)
ABIArial Black Italic (font)
ABIAeries Browser Interface (Eagle Software)
ABIAdvanced Baseline Imager
ABIAmerican Biographical Institute
ABIArbitration In
ABIActive Business Income (taxes)
ABIAssociation of British Investigators
ABIAmerican Business Information
ABIAssignment of Beneficial Interest (real estate law)
ABIA Brighter Image (various locations)
ABIAnagrafe Biblioteche Italiane (Italian: Individual Italian Libraries)
ABIAnimal Behavior Institute, Inc.
ABIAlliance for Bio-Integrity (Iowa)
ABIAirborne Broadcast Intelligence (US DoD)
ABIAmerican Bankers Insurance Group
ABIAdjacent Beam Interference (telecommunications)
ABIAmerican Butter Institute
ABIAutomated Ball Indentation
ABIAirbus Industries
ABIAbrigo y Bienestar Integral (Spanish: Comprehensive Welfare and Shelter)
ABIAbilene, TX, USA - Municipal (Airport Code)
ABIAustrian Biotech Industry (Vienna, Austria)
ABIAnsaldobreda, Inc. (est. 2001; San Francisco, CA)
ABIAssociation of Banks-in-Insurance
ABIAlternate Bid Item (construction)
ABIAmerican Business Index
ABIAssociation for Better Insulation
ABIAdvanced Boundary Information
ABIApplied Biometrics Inc. (Newmarket, ON, Canada)
ABIAramcoBrats, Inc.
ABIAirborne Interceptor
ABIAt-Bit Inclination (drilling sensor; Halliburton)
ABIAverage Borrower Indebtedness
ABIAWACS Broadcast Intelligence (USAF)
ABIAda Binding Interface
ABIAmerican Bell Incorporated
ABIAvailable Bandwidth Index
ABIAutomated Bidset Interface
ABIAsociación de Bienestar Infantil (Association of Infant Well-Being, Guatemala)
ABIAssociation for Bio-Diversity Information
ABIAuxiliary Building Isolation
ABIAtelier de Bio-Informatique (French: Bioinformatics Workshop; est. 1985)
ABIAir-Borne Illness
ABIAustralian Business Institute
ABIAir Brush Ink
ABIAutomatic Broker Interchange
ABIAutomatic Bearing Instrumentation
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Its Advanced Baseline Imager (ABI) provides improved spectral, spatial, and temporal resolution compared to the previous GOES imagers, allowing forecasters to detect some meteorological phenomena that were previously not possible.
The primary payload of the satellite is the Advanced Baseline Imager (ABI), built by Harris Corporation.
The Advanced Baseline Imager (ABI) on board the Geostationary Operational Environmental Satellite-R (GOES-R) is America's next-generation geostationary advanced imager.
The satellites primary instrument, the Advanced Baseline Imager, will provide images of Earths weather, oceans and environment with 16 different spectral bands, including two visible channels, four near-infrared channels, and 10 infrared channels.
DeMaria, 2011: Synthetic GOES-R Advanced Baseline Imager true color imagery.
Harris Corporations fourth Advanced Baseline Imager (ABI) has completed a pre-ship review with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) and NASA.
In support of the Geostationary Operational Environmental Satellite R series (GOES-R) program, the Cooperative Institute for Meteorological Satellite Studies (CIMSS) at the University of Wisconsin-Madison is generating high quality simulated Advanced Baseline Imager (ABI) radiances and derived products in real time over the continental United States.
Harris was awarded a 3-year, $23 million contract from a classified customer to support space superiority missions; a 3-year, $23 million follow-on contract from NASA for Advanced Baseline Imager weather sensor modules; and a 1-year, $14 million follow-on contract from the U.S.
The Advanced Baseline Imager (ABI) developed for the third generation of geostationary satellites, such as the U.S.
This scan mode, known as the super rapid scan operations for GOES-R (SRSOR), emulates the high-temporal-resolution sampling of the mesoscale region scanning of the Advanced Baseline Imager (ABI) on the next-generation GOES-R series.
The Advanced Baseline Imager on GOES-R will offer more spectral bands, higher spatial resolution, and faster imaging than the current GOES Imager (Schmit et al.
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