EDWSEnterprise Data Warehouse System
EDWSEnd-Diastolic Wall Stress (cardiology)
EDWSExtended Distributed Wireless Systems
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Bhubaneswar [India], Oct 29 (ANI): Odisha Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik launched IndiaaACAOs first automatic Early Warning Dissemination System (EDWS) on Monday.
Over the past several years, our interdisciplinary team (IDT) and patients on hemodialysis have worked toward managing their IDWGs to within 5% of the estimated dry weight (EDW).
Rather than replace existing EDWs, which is time-consuming and can result in loss of data, enterprises should utilise the available knowledge and leverage it with other systems, to effectively address and resolve business issues in a matter of days, not weeks, months or years.
(NASDAQ: REFR) - Global aircraft manufacturer One Aviation has announced the selection of the Alteos electronically dimmable window (EDW) by PPG for its new Eclipse 700 aircraft, the company said.
The device shown in Figure 1 has been termed an electrodynamic wheel (EDW).
It has delivered two new Active EDW (Active Enterprise Data Warehouse) platforms to enable smarter decisions at hyper speeds.
Visitors to the European Business Aviation Convention and Exhibition (EBACE) in Geneva this week can experience these state-of-the art EDWs on the King Air 250 being exhibited there by Beechcraft.