EOPS

AcronymDefinition
EOPSExtended Opportunity Programs and Services
EOPSEnd of Primary Support (computer products)
EOPSExecutive Office of Public Safety (Massachusetts, USA)
EOPSEnd of Product Support
EOPSEducational Opportunity Programs and Services (various locations)
EOPSERBE Operational Processing System
EOPSEngineer Operations System
EOPSEarly Orbit Pass Summary
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Its $15m (AED56m) contract with Tullow Oil - part of Kenya's EOPS - included the delivery of degassing facilities for three well pads, plus an early production facility (EPF) for oil and water separation, stabilisation, storage, and export.
The $15 million contract with Tullow Oil, part of Kenya's EOPS, included the provision of degassing facilities for three well pads and an early production facility (EPF) for oil and water separation, stabilisation, storage and export, said a statement from the company.
The first step in the two-step procedure for providing a solution for the CMPs is estimating the EOPs for each of the cameras in the system.
In fact, 88 percent of providers reported that they received paper checks and EOPs from one or more of their payers.
EOPS stores the order information through CGI, and triggers Ordering which is the front-end of the whole system.
"It allows districts that have struggled with how to write an EOP to not only produce one, but to also keep it updated.
The exterior orientation parameters (EOPs), interior orientation parameters (IOPs) and object coordinates of photogrammetric points are simultaneously estimated from image point observations through bundle adjustment [20]based on the linearization of equation(1).
The GPS satellite constellation requires EOPs on a daily basis to ensure each satellite continually knows its precise location with respect to the Earth.
Many healthcare systems have found their EOPs to be ineffective when they tried to create one EOP and implement it across all facilities in the network.
It is also employed by the City of Vancouver's Emergency Response Plan, Vancouver Fire and Rescue, the BC Ambulance Service, and recently adopted by the Vancouver Police Department's Emergency and Operations Planning Section (EOPS), the unit that is typically responsible for major events in the city.
The "system" of study was eOps, an existing web-based teaching simulation that highlights interactions between core business functions.