codevelop

codevelop

(ˌkəʊdɪˈvɛləp)
vb (tr)
to develop jointly
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Vogt, USA, argue that virtual environments and new manufacturing methods will be key to decision making in the 21st century, allowing soldiers and engineers to codevelop tactics and tailored ground systems.
The middle ground would involve shelving the issue and beginning to codevelop the East China Sea gas field again, as China has frozen its participation since the 2010 (coast guard run-in) incident," Asai added.
Google hoped at one time to codevelop Android with Sun, and was prepared to offer Sun a share of its mobile service revenue in return for making Java open source, according to newly released documents in Oracle's lawsuit against Google.
Pay TV giant Canal Plus Group will codevelop "Pharaoh.
Furthermore, Fujitsu plans to codevelop the service with Nifty Corporation in order to offer advanced features that take advantage of Nifty's network expertise.
Whitehouse Station NJ) said they will codevelop diagnostic tools for cancer treatments.
has partnered with Exopack LLC to codevelop tamper-evident packaging.
It also will work with Isuzu to codevelop a new compact Chevy pickup.
The redevelopment authority would enter into an agreement with a property owner to codevelop the property.
of Israel will codevelop and market sleep medicine devices based on Itamar's peripheral arterial tone (PAT) technology, which provides a noninvasive window to the autonomic nervous system.
Reportedly, some form of quid pro quo has been discussed whereby Sweden would buy or codevelop the German Taurus missile and share in the development costs of the improved CelsiusTech receiver.