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tracker

[′trak·ər]
(computer science)
An input device used in a virtual environment, which is capable of reporting its location in space and its orientation.
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The layout of the tracker is different than previous trackers.
com)-- Solar FlexRack[TM], a division of Northern States Metals and an innovative leader in photovoltaic mounting and tracking solutions, announced today that Black & Veatch has performed a bankability study of its TDPTM Turnkey Tracker.
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This, backed by growing popularity of solar trackers across the MEA, is anticipated to fuel demand by 2019.
SunPower Corporation (Nasdaq: SPWRA, SPWRB), a Silicon Valley-based manufacturer of high-efficiency solar cells, solar panels and solar systems, launched the next generation of its SunPower(r) T20 Tracker (T20 Tracker).
In the late 1990s, trackers were performing well, but in the wake of falling shares and increased turbulence in global stock markets, actively-managed funds seem to have taken the lead.
Siobhan Hotten of mortgage advisers John Charcol says that when interest rates are low, as they are now, trackers are a good idea.
The hut is significant because purpose-built accommodation for police trackers is rare in Australia.
Their entrance on the scene as an unexpected spoiler turned the story of Quattlebaum and his amazing Quadro Tracker into even more of an archetypal modern American dream/nightmare - one that casts aspersions on the good sense of those embroiled in the front line of the war on drags.
At Nabisco, there will be a general benefit shift from slow trackers to fast trackers; in the new plan, fast and slow trackers will receive comparable benefits as a percentage of final average pay.