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DTEDDigital Terrain Elevation Data
DTEDDepartment of Trade and Economic Development
DTEDDevoted to Erica Durance (fan site)
DTEDDaily Threshold Effect Dose (soil)
DTEDDigital Topographic Elevation Data
DTEDDepartment of Teacher Education and Development
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Both MQ-1 and MQ-9 navigation is structured DTED maps and inertial navigation system (INS) coupled with GPS navigation.
Wagner, "SRTM DTED format," 2003, Product Description SRTM/PD03/11/03, Version 1.1.
Geological Survey SRTM DTED Level 1 Data (3-arc see).
DFEEST (Department of Further Education, Employment, Science and Technology) and DTED (Department of Trade and Economic Development) (2005), South Australia's Skills Action Plan, Adelaide.
They download National and commercial imagery, CADRG, and DTED as if they were in the field and satisfying a requirement.
Standard National Imagery and Mapping Agency (NIMA) products, such as Digital Terrain Elevation Data (DTED) and Controlled Image Base (CIB), are the primary source data used for terrain visualization.
Existing plans for fielding an SBR capability in 2010 focus on developing both technology and an intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance (ISR) system capable of providing continuous GMTI, SAR, and digital terrain and elevation data (DTED) over a large portion of the earth.
For example, it is possible to obtain DTED (Digital Terrain Elevation Data) data of Alberta from the USA for $750 Cdn; comparable Canadian Digital Elevation Data (CDED) coverage purchased from Geomatics Canada costs over $8000 Cdn'.
Thus, the erotic connotation of the phrase "la sombra que no puedo nombrar, (...) la sombra que no debo nombrar", dted above, is fully revealed.
Designed to meet demanding military and commercial requirements, MapFusion supports interoperability among prevalent geospatial military standards, including VPF, RPF, ADRG, and DTED, as well as among popular GIS business packages from ESRI, Informix (an IBM subsidiary), Intergraph, MapInfo, ObjectFX, Oracle, and Virtual Prototypes.