Amor group

Amor group

(ay -mor, am -or) A group of near-Earth asteroids that come within the perihelion distance of Mars but not within the orbit of the Earth. They have semimajor axes greater than 1 AU but perihelion distances between 1.017 and 1.3 AU. The group is named after the asteroid (1221) Amor, discovered in 1932 by Eug*‘ene Joseph Delporte. Compare Apollo group. See Table 3, backmatter.
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Lockheed Martin, a US technology giant has bought UK business Amor Group, which operates in the energy, transport and public services sector.
12 September 2013 a[euro]" US security and aerospace group Lockheed Martin Corp (NYSE:LMT) announced it had taken over Scotland-based IT firm Amor Group without disclosing the purchase price.
The statement follows an earlier announcement by Lockheed Martin that it had taken over Scotland-based IT firm Amor Group for an undisclosed amount to broaden its capabilities and expertise in international IT, civil government services and the energy market.
The strategic acquisition of Amor Group is aligned with our strategy for Lockheed Martin International and expands our capabilities and expertise in international information technology, civil government services and the energy market," Lockheed chief executive Marillyn Hewson said in a statement.
MIDDLESBROUGH Council has appointed Amor Group to provide support for its five year ICT strategy.
The college has awarded its contract to Amor Group, who will be working with Capita's IT services business.
The Amor Group will be showcasing how its Chroma Airport Suite (CAS) technology is delivering the next generation of airport operations at some of the world's largest and most successful airports.
ARINC Managed Services (AMS) on Tuesday announced that it has entered into a strategic partnership with IT company Amor Group to offer Amor's BLIPTrack wait time solution to the North American aviation market.
SPARROWS, a leading provider of oil field lifting engineering services, specialising in lifting solutions to the oil and gas industry, has appointed Amor Group to manage the outsourcing of its IT function as part of its global expansion strategy.
The Amor Group - which opened a Coventry office earlier this year - is expanding its workforce for the second time in just four months as the company continues to exceed its targets for growth.
The Scotland-based Amor Group, previously part of French IT company Sword Group, is in talks with a number of airlines about using its First Pass technology which transfers a boarding pass bar code to a cell phone.
Among the Amor group were Doug Moranville, Joe Peredez, Carl Eduorde and Arie Vasseghi, all students at Notre Dame High School in Sherman Oaks.