RPASRetail Predictive Application Server (Oracle)
RPASRear Park Assist System
RPASRadar Position Analysis System (software)
RPASRetirement Points Accounting System (US Army)
RPASRemotely Piloted Air System (Royal Air Force; UK)
RPASRear Parking Assist System (automobile feature)
RPASRetek Predictive Application Server
RPASRegulatory Public Access System (US EPA)
RPASRemote Public Access System
RPASRing Pulse Alerting Signal (telephone communications)
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On Wednesday, the RPAS will become operational in Aberdeen and Inverness and be used primarily in the search for missing people.
David Blair has argued against the idea of using enlisted Airmen to pilot RPAs as a matter of command authority.
Sky-Futures recently passed the most comprehensive audit of its RPAS safety systems and operational safety practices, and has been awarded the highest level of safety and compliance verification available in the industry, the SGS Safety & Compliance Verification (SCV) certificate.
The use of RPAS as a relay system, acting as carrier of data retrieved from ground sensors, has been studied in a list of previous works [7-11], for both statically allocated sensors and mobile ground terminals.
10 ( ANI ): The Air Force has reversed a policy of sharing the number of airstrikes launched from remotely piloted aircrafts (RPA) in Afghanistan and quietly removed those statistics from previous releases kept on their website.
As RPAs, experienced, licensed radiology technologists have a new career opportunity.
Comparison of capillary rheometry to rotorless shear rheometry (RPA)
(Austin, Texas, USA) were used to construct the probe, run the RPAs and detect the product, but this method should be adaptable to any RPA protocol without modifications.
More than 400 of GSA's property management personnel have received training to improve efficiency through the Real Property Administrator (RPA) designation program.
"RPAs are greater assets to their companies," said Gadient.