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CAE

(1) (Computer-Aided Engineering) Software that analyzes designs which have been created in the computer or that have been created elsewhere and entered into the computer. Different kinds of engineering analyses can be performed, such as structural analysis and electronic circuit analysis.

(2) (Common Application Environment) See X/Open Portability Guide.
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The contract is for a CAE 7000 Series A330/A340 convertible FFS and an additional CAE 5000 Series A320 FFS.
In need of resources, I decided to seek out the collegial help and support of the Montana Society of Association Executives, Helena, and eventually joined a CAE study group.
Intergraph Corp., Huntsville, Ala., and Advanced CAE Technology announced an agreement to port Advanced CAE Technology's C-FLOW software to Intergraph's RISC-based UNIX workstations from Sun Microsystems.
The NATO Support and Procurement Agency (NSPA) awarded CAE a contract to perform a major upgrade on the German Navy's Sea King MK41 helicopter simulator located at Nordholz Naval Airbase.
DAC's affiliated business aircraft operators, which include Flexjet, Flight Options, Flairjet, Sirio, Nextant Aerospace and Corporate Wings, will enter into a 15-year exclusive training services agreement with SIMCOM and with CAE. Together, these aircraft operators have a rapidly growing fleet of approximately 175 business aircraft.
CAE EPS in the same period a year ago totaled 20 cents.
Since 2002, CAE has been providing training equipment to Southwest Airlines in Dallas, where it currently operates more than 15 CAE Boeing 737NG full-flight simulators (FFS) including CAE's 7000XR Series and more than 20 CAE flight training devices including, the latest XR Series suite.
There have been no cases of extraordinary support being required by CAE given the bank's acceptable capitalisation, healthy structural liquidity profile and reasonable asset quality metrics supported by adequate risk management systems and policies.
This move significantly enhances CAE's core capabilities as a training systems integrator globally, and expands its offering into support for live flying training of future military pilots, including neaxt-generation fighter pilots, for the RCAF and its allies.
The transaction of $100 million (including earn-out) will give CAE full control over AACE's three training centres - located in Sepang, Malaysia; Singapore; and Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam - as well as its share of the Philippine Academy of Aviation Training (PAAT), a joint-venture training centre between AACE and Cebu Pacific, located in Manila, Philippines.