OPIR

AcronymDefinition
OPIROverhead Persistent Infrared
OPIROffice of Planning and Institutional Research (various universities)
OPIROffice of Program and Integrity Reviews (Social Security)
OPIROrganization for the Promotion of International Relations (Japan)
OPIROffice of Pharmaceutical Industry Research (Japan; est. 1999)
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The DOD intelligence enterprise must look over the horizon to an ABI analytic environment where such ISR sources as streaming FMV, MTI, OPIR, SIGINT, MASINT, SAR, spectral, and thermal imagery are integrated at the post-processed and georeferenced entry point and compared with archived collected data in an automated fashion.
Implement a 10-year, low-risk path for exploiting new technology like the overhead persistent infrared (OPIR) wide-field-of-view (WFOV) sensor.
Office of Pharmaceutical Industry Research (OPIR) (2005b), Strengthening competitiveness as a place for drug creation--Current situation and problems in the pharmaceutical industry, Tokyo (in Japanese).
The BMD Overhead Persistent Infrared (OPIR) Architecture (BOA) processes data from multiple overhead sensors to detect, track, and resolve ballistic missile threats.
And the funny thing is if you look at all of our other elements: GPS, OPIR, the whole nine years, we have the wrong ground architecture in every one of those.
The CHIRP demonstration showed that standard commercial bus specifications were sufficient to support the power, pointing, and stability necessary for overhead persistent infrared (OPIR) mission area sensors.
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The article includes direct reference to overhead persistent infrared (OPIR) architectural-transition concepts currently under consideration with the advent of disaggregation approaches by the Space and Missile Center.
Vitens, the largest drinking water company in the Netherlands, recently signed a contract with Royal HaskoningDHV for the implementation of Aquasuite OPIR monitoring and control software.
SBIRS uses powerful overhead sensors that collect and transmit significant amounts of infrared data, said David Sheridan, vice president of Lockheed Martins Overhead Persistent Infrared (OPIR) systems mission area.
This is a significant production milestone for the fourth GEO satellite and further demonstrates our commitment to delivering SBIRS unprecedented capabilities to our nation, said Jeffrey Smith, vice president of Lockheed Martin's Overhead Persistent Infrared (OPIR) mission area.
During the quarter, SAS booked $288 million on the Advanced Synthetic Aperture Radar System (ASARS) program and $90 million for the Next Generation Overhead Persistent Infrared (Next Gen OPIR) program, both for the U.S.