global grid

global grid

An open systems architecture that provides global connectivity instantaneously on warrior demand. The global grid can support both vertical and horizontal information flow to joint and multinational forces. See also common operating environment; node/command, control, communications, and computers node.
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Summary: New Delhi [India] Feb 2 (ANI): Union Minister of Railways and Coal Piyush Goyal on Friday talked about having a global grid.
The membership of the Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC) has approved the Discrete Global Grid System (DGGS) as OGC Abstract Specification - Topic 21 OGC 15-104r5 .
what3words is an address system based on a global grid of 57 trillion 3m x 3m squares, where each square has a unique pre-assigned 3-word address.
They however, need to tap the unutilized resources of clean energy lying in the neighborhood of the proposed Global Grid, in those countries which might not have developed that much demand.
They, however, needed to tap the unutilized resources of clean energy lying in the countries in the neighbourhood of the proposed global grid, which might not have developed that much demand.
It's about time our municipal governments appeared on the global grid to speak about their significant lessons themselves.
4 Giga Watts (GW) of solar will be added to the global grid and in 2015 annual installed capacity is estimated to grow 20 per cent to reach 58.
This market effect, enabled by the global grid, amplifies every market tremor--a key reason for the collapse of oil prices to just 25 percent of precrisis levels in the immediate wake of the financial crisis.
Alstom is world leader for network management systems, allowing its customers worldwide to optimise global grid performance.
For states such as Minnesota (and I'd argue, for the whole country), disconnecting from the global grid isn't really an option.
com)-- The One World School LLC of East Moline, IL is thrilled to announce a new partnership with INTEL and Global Grid for Learning (EduTone), beginning October 10, 2013.
Because the new Eurus platform is based on a global grid, it can address catastrophic weather risk anywhere in the world, including presently unmodeled regions.

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