OPCON

AcronymDefinition
OPCONOperational Control
OPCONOperation Control
OPCONOperating Condition
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1 September 2010 - Swedish industrial technology company Opcon AB (STO: OPCO) said today that it will deliver waste heat recycling equipment, worth some SEK5m, to the Olczyk sawmill in Swidno, Poland, owned by Ludwik Olczyk.
It is the first time for Song to make public the timing for the recovery of OPCON, now held by the commander of the Republic of Korea-U.S.
According to Opcon, it is not planning for Saxlund International Holding AB to retain a 100% holding but is intending to bring in other external investors into the company.
Within the bioenergy sector, Opcon offers things ranging from the design of complete combined heat and power plants to handling systems and incineration plants under the Saxlund brand.
Some 200 entities in the credit union space license OpCon. A handful of clients are CUSOs including Synergent, a subsidiary of the Maine Credit Union League, which runs a Symitar Episys service bureau that uses OpCon in its data center.
According to the OPCON plan, the United States will maintain wartime operational control of all forces in South Korea, with control eventually set to be transferred to Seoul once it feels ready for a handover.
Last week two engineers from Opcon's Sweden headquarters were on site to perform precommissioning of the Opcon Powerbox.
Another example of a lead nation command structure was during the Korean War when South Korea put its forces under OPCON of the U.S.
In addition to the value of the large development order we look at a future possibility of a yearly production of several millions SEK for decades to come," said Rolf Hasselstrom, president and CEO of Opcon.
Tactical control (TACON) is a joint doctrinal subset of authorities that also is not based directly in law and that is something less than OPCON. It limits authority to direct control of administrative movements or maneuvers within the operational area as necessary to accomplish missions or tasks assigned.
When it comes to understanding command and control relationships, such as ADCON and OPCON, it is critical for battalion- and brigade-level leaders and staff planners to know their roles and responsibilities.