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OSI

abbreviation for
(Computer Science) open systems interconnection; an international standardization model to facilitate communications among computers with different protocols
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We look forward to launching two new turnkey programs in the first half of fiscal 2020 and continuing the strong momentum," said Deepak Chopra, OSI Systems' CEO in a statement.
Bullard, AFOSI commander, in announcing the news to the OSI team.
He will be succeeded by OSI Chief Operating Officer John Kellogg, according to the company.
OSI Creative said the agreement with NDR will increase the company's presence in the strategic East Coast market.
Valued at approximately USD16m, the contract was awarded to OSI's Security division.
OSI says, when Halifax Shipyard selected Lockheed Martin Canada to deliver an adapted version of its Combat Management System (CMS 330) for surveillance purposes on Arctic and Offshore Patrol Ships (AOPS), it was a natural decision for Lockheed Martin Canada to select it to provide the integrated navigation and bridge subsystems.
OSI Systems is a vertically integrated designer and manufacturer of specialized electronic systems and components for critical applications in the homeland security, healthcare, defense and aerospace industries.
OSI has offered a portfolio of innovative, technical, mission-oriented solutions and services for commercial, private, and government sectors since 1996.
For OQAS examination, OSI is measured using a double-pass system (OQAS II Visual Quality Analysis System).
Also, in Discussion, the text reading "This might be explained by the recent concept of ovarian sensitivity index (OSI: dose of gonadotropins per obtained oocyte), which has been related to pregnancy rate: the smaller the amount of gonadotropins administered per obtained oocyte, the higher the pregnancy rate [16].
OSI's solution is able to provide "superstats", real-time statistics such as the G-force of a tackle or acceleration of an athlete, to broadcasters and telecasters during live coverage.