E-SCAN


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AcronymDefinition
E-SCANElectronic Scanning
E-SCANElectronic Selected Current Aerospace Notices
E-SCANElectronically Scanned Antennas
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Unlike some HVLD systems, the E-Scan 665 unit successfully inspects syringes containing water for injection and liquids with low conductivity.
According to CUNA E-Scan, 31% of those consumers used an online method.
Britain has already signalled its intention to back the project, awarding BAE Systems a 72 million pound ($123 million) contract to test and derisk the E-scan radar development for its fleet of Typhoons.
It updates its e-scan semiannually and continues to monitor trends, create new combinations of trends, and develop scenarios with associated future problems.
E-Scan strength grading machine for structural wood pieces provides MOE measurement by laser interferometer and density computation by dynamic weighting and volume measurement.
The tool, called e-Scan, is an online diagnostic agent available without charge.
As a result, the e-scan document, which is also distributed to various levels of government decision and policy-makers, represents only an economic "snapshot" reference tool for leaders to find ways to stimulate the economy and support new growth.
The US$1.2 million contract includes the company's Linescan 215 systems as well as E-Scan and Sentrie walk through metal detectors.
With the introduction of E-Scan radar and other advances in aircraft technology, harnessing and exploiting big data is a key development focus.
Seaspray is an AESA radar (standing for Active Electronically Scanned Array, also known as E-Scan), which means that instead of the radar physically pointing its antenna at a target, a matrix of miniature radar modules are used to steer the beam electronically.
Source: 2013 Verizon Data Breach Investigations Report, CUNA E-Scan
Steps include the integration of the Meteor missile, an E-Scan radar, enhancements of the defensive aids system, further development of the air-to-air and air-to-ground capabilities and integration of new weapons.