remote delivery

remote delivery

In mine warfare, the delivery of mines to a target area by any means other than direct emplacement. The exact position of mines so laid may not be known.
Dictionary of Military and Associated Terms. US Department of Defense 2005.
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Founded in 2005, SentreHEART has developed innovative technology for remote delivery of suture for closure of anatomic structures including the LAA.
Capitol CU provides convenience to its members through remote delivery channels and quality financial services and products offered at the best possible rates.
The equipment will enable remote and on-site learning, providing staff with opportunities to expand online and remote delivery of courses and link with other educational establishments worldwide.
Ahmed said the "explosive growth" in telemedicine -- the remote delivery of health-care services -- and AI should also
The forum focused on discussing results of the first ever Telemedicine experience in Bahrain, which consists in the remote delivery of healthcare services, such as health assessments or consultations, over the telecommunications infrastructure.
As we lead the world to 5G, we envision this next big change in cellular technology spurring a new era of intelligent, connected devices and enabling new opportunities in connected cars, remote delivery of health care services, and the IoT--including smart cities, smart homes, and wearables.
However, carrier costs are much greater to fulfill this demand due to the many remote delivery destinations with little freight density in the area--and rarely a backhaul.
"Collaboration is paramount to the continued success of the credit union movement," said Todd Link, who is SVP of Risk Management and Remote Delivery at Dupaco Community Credit Union and a member of the Strategy Co-creation Council.
Telepharmacy: Remote Delivery of Pharmacy Services Credits: 2.0 ACPE UPN: 0372-0000-17-023-H04 (P/T) http://www.rxschool.com/course/info.cfm?course_id=2187
Annual sales in the United States are expected to reach 7 million units by 2020, and many are already predicting a future in which drones reshape our cities -- through remote delivery of goods, airborne surveillance or as yet unforeseen applications.
Annual sales in the United States are expected to reach seven million units by 2020, and many are already predicting a future in which drones reshape our cities - through remote delivery of goods, airborne surveillance, or as yet unforeseen applications.
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