DVE

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DVEDirection de la Vie Étudiante (French: Directorate of Student Life)
DVEDigital Video Editing
DVEDigital Voice Enhancement
DVEDigital Voice Editor
DVEDigital Video Enhancer
DVEDigital Video Effect
DVEDigital Video Engine
DVEDynamic Volume Expansion (data storage)
DVEDigital Video Effects
DVEDogues Virage Est (French sports association)
DVEDistributed Virtual Environment
DVEDérivation Ventriculaire Externe (French: External Ventricular Shunt)
DVEDriver's Vision Enhancer
DVEDépanne Votre Électroménager (French appliance repair company)
DVEDriver, Vehicle, Environment
DVEDigital Video Editor
DVEDegraded Visual Environment (aviation)
DVEDiagnostic Vocational Evaluation
DVEDéviation du Volume Erythrocytaire (French: Deviation of the Erythrocyte Volume)
DVEDivision Vie de l'Elève (French: Division of Student Life)
DVEDee Van Enterprise
DVEDéveloppez Votre Entreprise (French: Expand Your Business)
DVEData Validation Engine
DVEDigital Video Everywhere (Insoft)
DVEDeja Vu Entertainment
DVEDirector of Vocational Education
DVEDefault Visual Environment
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aThe optionally piloted Black Hawk helicopter functionality stands to bring added value to DoD aviation systems, through the innovations being tested on the Black Hawk helicopter in the MURAL program.a According to COL Thomas Todd, the Utility Helicopters Project Manager, aMURAL technology will advance material solutions related to Degraded Visual Environment operations.
We were landing in the toughest degraded visual environment (DVE), and I couldn't see a thing.
Elbit System's Color HMD with head tracking capability delivers this important solution while also providing a growth path to a myriad of situational awareness solutions, such as our innovative Degraded Visual Environment (DVE) solution (3D conformal symbology) and Blue Force Tracker (BFT) information displayed in the HUD.
By projecting data on the pilot's helmet, Brightnite enables helicopter pilots to fly in a degraded visual environment (DVE), in adverse weather conditions, and other factors limiting a pilot's field of view.
MMSF blends data from multiple types of sensors to restore aircrew situational awareness in degraded visual environments and enables navigation in GPS-denied zones.