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NAVY - OPNAV 2710.1 - (N65) DEPARTMENT OF THE NAVY STANDARDS FOR COMMERCIAL (NON-TACTICAL) LANS ON NAVY SHIPS Organization: NAVY
Date: 1993-04-30
Description: In general, shipboard office automation and tactical support functions include, but are not limited to, the following: (1) Wordprocessing (2) Spreadsheets (3) Database (4) Business Graphics (5) Engineering Graphics (6) Forms (7) E-mail (8) Accounting (9) Message Handling (10) Ships Maintenance (11) Aviation Maintenance (12) Administration (13) Personnel Management (14) Medical and Dental Record Management (15) Technical Library Storage and Retrieval Systems (16) Logistics, Inventory Management and Configuration Management (17) Training Scenario Generation (18) Training Performance Data Collection (19) Computer based Training and Instruction (20) Work Flow Processing c.
EUROCAE ED 111 - FUNCTIONAL SPECIFICATIONS FOR CNS/ATM GROUND RECORDING - AMENDMENT NO 1: JULY 30, 2003 Organization: EUROCAE
Date: 2002-07-01
Description: This document is in line with ED-93, "Minimum Aviation System Performance Specification for CNS/ATM message recording systems" and ED-112, "Minimum Operational Performance Specifications for crash protected airborne recorder systems" in preparation.
ISO DIS 28902-2 - AIR QUALITY - ENVIRONMENTAL METEOROLOGY - PART 2: GROUND-BASED REMOTE SENSING OF WIND BY HETERODYNE PULSED DOPPLER LIDAR Organization: ISO
Date: 2015-01-26
Description: This International Standard describes the determination of the line‐of‐sight wind velocity (radial wind velocity). This part of ISO 28902 does not address the retrieval of the wind vector. This International Standard may be used for the following application areas:  — meteorological briefing for e.g. aviation, airport safety, marine applications, oil platforms; — wind power production, e.g. site assessment, power curve determination; — routine measurements of wind profiles at meteorological stations; — air pollution dispersion monitoring; — industrial risk management (direct data monitoring or by assimilation into micro‐scale flow models); — exchange processes (greenhouse gas emissions).
FAA - HDBK-007 - FAA DATA STANDARDIZATION Organization: FAA
Date: 2008-01-04
Description: Introduction Standard data is the cornerstone of the information infrastructure that supports the systems and overall mission of the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA). Standard data will help the FAA to operate in an integrated, effective and efficient manner and allow the sharing of information which is critical to the establishment of FAA-wide information services envisioned to support the FAA for the future.
NASA-STD-6002 - APPLYING DATA MATRIX IDENTIFICATION SYMBOLS ON AEROSPACE PARTS Organization: NASA
Date: 2008-06-20
Description: Revision B planning had called for the incorporation of information resulting from the Materials International Space Station Experiment (MISSE), which exposed the Data Matrix Symbol markings to low-earth orbit (LEO) environments. However, due to delays in the retrieval of the MISSE experiment, information related to marking processes certified for LEO are to be incorporated into a later revision of this document.

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