SETP

AcronymDefinition
SETPSociety of Experimental Test Pilots
SETPSoftware Engineering Theory and Practice (International Conference)
SETPSolar Energy Technology Program (US Department of Energy)
SETPSpecial Education Technology Practice (publication; Whietfish Bay, WI)
SETPStream Environment Transport Protocol
SETPSecure Electronic Transactions Protocol
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Asi lo reconocen las Bases del Plan Nacional de Desarrollo 2014-2018, cuando al pronunciarse sobre las formas de apoyar la gestion y financiacion de los sistemas se refieren literalmente a "los SITM, SETP, SITP, SITR o cualquier sistema de transporte publico urbano", el que en este ultimo caso podra operar dentro de los parametros del Servicio Publico de Transporte Terrestre Automotor Colectivo Metropolitano, Distrital y Municipal de Pasajeros.
SETP 38 Symposium Proceedings, Edwards AFB, CA: 412 Test Wing, Air Force Flight Test Center.
SETP 41 Symposium Proceedings, Edwards AFB, CA: 420 Flight Test Squadron.
The SETP will be designed to have cruise speeds of up to 285 knots and full fuel payload of 1,100 pounds.
The company also announced at the European Business Aviation Convention and Exhibition (EBACE) that letters of intent for the high performance, clean sheet SETP are being accepted.
The SETP will incorporate technology specifically designed to reduce pilot workload.
Announced at NBAA 2015, the SETP will be powered by GEs new advanced turboprop engine.
Along with room for one pilot, the SETP will seat up to eight passengers, and will boast a digital pressurization system maintaining a 6,130 foot cabin altitude at a service ceiling of 31,000 feet.
The SETP is a testament to that approach, said Ernest.
Additional works contract on reconstruction of the college Didier Daurat at Le Bourget concluded with Company SETP - Lot 6 VRD outdoor amenities - 20,159,300,247.
Contractor name : SOCIT ENVIRONNEMENT ET TRAVAUX PUBLICS SAS SETP
According to LG CNS, Avante SETP, the public transportation corporation of Pasto has placed an order for The Fleet Management System (FMS), which is designed to collect information from global positioning system terminals and communication modems attached to buses operating in a city.