field control

field control

A series of points whose relative positions and elevations are known. These positions are used in basic data in mapping and charting. Normally, these positions are established by survey methods, and are sometimes referred to as "trig control" or "trigonometrical net(work)." See also common control (artillery); control point; ground control.
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"The campaign aims at protecting them from the dangerous effects emanating from smoke," said Head of the Field control Section at DED Ahmed Al Awadhi.
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In fact, 30 warehouses in Al Quoz neighbourhood alone in Dubai were found practising trade activities for which they did not have licences during inspections conducted by the Field Control Section last month.
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More than 1 thousand units of military equipment of field control posts of units and military units of the Southern Military District (SE) completed marches as part of convoys to permanent deployment sites after verification of combat readiness.
The concealed deployment of more than 30 field control posts for military formations and military units of the Southern Military District (YUVO) was verified through video monitoring by the calculation of unmanned aerial vehicles.
The advance can allow field control equipment enclosures to be assembled and sealed in the factory - an efficient and cost effective process - avoiding the need for opening and exposure to dangerous local conditions at the site during installation and operation.
In the meeting, which was attended by the Executive Director of the Yemen Petroleum Company Yasser al-Wahidi, al-Wahidi explained the current ration status of the oil derivatives and marketing policy adopted by the company for the quantities available and the accompanying field control mechanism.
Later, a PIC reporter announced that a drone bombed a post belonging to the field control force in Rafah, South of Gaza.
Local sources told Ma'an that the killed Palestinian was a member of the Ministry of Interior in Gaza's field control services.
Under the Anti-Rabies Act of 2007, local government units (LGUs) shall 'strictly enforce Dog Impounding activities and field control to eliminate Stray Dogs.' Depending on local ordinances, they can be 'disposed of' after a certain number of days.