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GCASGround Collision Avoidance System
GCASGE (General Electric) Capital Aviation Services
GCASGlobal Customer Assistance Service
GCASGovernment Contractor Advisory Services (advisory firm)
GCASGraduate Certificate in Applied Statistics (various organizations)
GCASGulf Centre for Aviation Studies (Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates)
GCASGreater Cincinnati Aquarium Society
GCASGertrude Contemporary Art Spaces (Australia)
GCASGuilford County Animal Shelter
GCASGeneral Conference Auditing Service
GCASGeneral Conference Auditing Service (Seventh-Day Adventist Church)
GCASGraduate Certificate in Antarctic Studies
GCASGold Coast Aquarium Society (Australia)
GCASGroupe Charles André Stockage (French storage company)
GCASGreater City Aquarium Society
GCASGlobal Code Allocation System
GCASGrants and Contracts Accounting Services
GCASGround Alert Close Air Support
GCASGloucester County Animal Shelter
GCASGenesee County Animal Shelter
GCASGibson County Animal Services
GCASgeneral channel allocation scheme
GCASGas Chromatograph Analyzer Server
GCASGirls Central Art School (Australia)
GCASGovernment Common Application System (Hong Kong)
GCASGod's Country Astronomical Society
GCASGraduate Certificate Program in Applied Statistics
GCASGovernment Cost Accounting System, Inc.
GCASGod as Causal Agent Scale
GCASGlobal Corporate Audit Services
GCASGeneral Computing and Software
GCASGeneral College and Arts and Sciences
GCASGrant County Archeological Society
GCASGeneral Cost Allocation System
GCASGolden Cradle Adoption Services
GCASGraduate Course of Academic Study
GCASGreat Canadian Artist Series
GCASGoth Chick Appreciation Society
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The pilot's savior: a technology developed in the 1980s known as the Automatic Ground Collision Avoidance System.
During the turn, the cockpit voice recorder captured a "pull up" notification that was not from a ground collision avoidance system, and the pilots afterward said they had no recollection of it.
COLLISION-AVOIDANCE SYSTEM: Flights tests of a smartphone-assisted automatic ground collision avoidance system at NASA's Dryden Flight Research Center consistently commanded evasive maneuvers when it sensed that the unmanned test aircraft was getting too close to mountainous terrain.
Automatic Ground Collision Avoidance System (AGCAS) is a system which uses a database of digital terrain data and information on the aircraft's position and velocity to determine if there is an impending controlled flight into terrain (CFIT).