operating capability

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Noun1.operating capability - the capability of a technological system to perform as intended
capability, capableness - the quality of being capable -- physically or intellectually or legally; "he worked to the limits of his capability"
envelope - the maximum operating capability of a system (especially an aircraft); "test pilots try to push the envelope"
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Dalian Port said that the issue of offshore bonds will further strengthen the operating capability and lower costs of the company.
These new upgrades include several key NextGen components like Automatic Dependence Surveillance-Broadcast (ADS-B) compliance, as well as customer-requested capabilities such as creating user-defined holding patterns, and the approval of optional equipment to increase its global operating capability.
SM-6 program on track to reach initial operating capability in 2013
In a series of tests at Holzdorf air base in Germany and at Toulouse, France respectively, the NH90 and EC725 were loaded onto, and unloaded from, the Grizzly 4 development aircraft as required for military Initial Operating Capability (IOC).
WASHINGTON--A newly transformed Coast Guard directorate has reached its full operating capability in recent weeks, working to modernize the Service's acquisition system and build its operational assets for the 21st century, a senior officer said Nov.
When the transition is complete and CDID is operating under its objective organization, it will have reached final operating capability which will take place before September 15,2011, according to guidelines in the Base Realignment and Closure (BRAC) law.
The aircraft maker said the EMBRAER 170 is the first E-Jets family aircraft to achieve this operating capability, which represents the final step towards flying into/out of London City Airport.
World Summit Outcomes stipulates: "We endorse the creation of an initial operating capability for a standing police capacity to provide coherent, effective and responsible start-up capability for the policing component of the United Nations peacekeeping missions and to assist existing missions through the provision of advice and expertise.
In the preceding parts of this series, we discussed the value of adopting storage virtualization--how it offers a new, non-disruptive operating capability that facilitates change management in today's dynamic storage environments, and we examined the architectural distinctions of various approaches to implementing SAN-wide storage virtualization.
The E-2D is expected to reach initial operating capability in 2011.
JNTC should achieve initial operating capability by October and final operating capability by fiscal year 2009.
The Coast Guard will have to reschedule its initial operating capability for Rescue 21--the planned modernization of its search and rescue systems.

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