cardinal system

cardinal system

[′kärd·nəl ‚sis·təm]
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In marine operations, a buoyage system in which the buoys are assigned distinctive shape, color, and number in accordance with location relative to the nearest obstruction and pertinent to the cardinal points.
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Most of the left-sided cardinal system disappears, leaving only the coronary sinus and a remnant known as the ligament of Marshall.
The $39 million Cardinal System Expansion project is scheduled to be placed into service in July 2012.
Cardinal Operating Company, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Transco, will construct and operate the expanded Cardinal system.
Alliance between Visual Intelligence and Cardinal Systems will Deliver Streamlined End-to-end Workflow for Oblique and Stereo Aerial Imagery for 3D Product Generation
26, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Visual Intelligence and Cardinal Systems are pleased to announce a strategic agreement that will combine high-quality and affordable aerial image collection with the processing and delivery of intelligent data for large-scale and UAV imaging applications.
About Cardinal Systems Cardinal Systems, LLC is a provider of software solutions for use in the geospatial industry.
Cardinal Systems provides innovative software-based digital broadcasting solutions, with the focus on authoring, managing and broadcasting DVB-based content.
Cardinal Systems, provider of the Cardinal/400(TM) core bank processing system, today announced the appointment of Raymond Evans as Regional Sales Manager.
We have made excellent progress deploying our core banking system to Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Tennessee and Oklahoma," said Eddie Sligh, President and CEO of Cardinal Systems.
He joins Cardinal Systems from Aurum, where he was the southeast regional manager responsible for core bank system sales to community banks in the southeast.
Resellers, distributors, and systems integrators that have recently signed agreements to package BusinessObjects with consulting and training services include: United States -- Baton Rouge International, C Server, Cardinal Systems, and Cybercom; Canada -- ArQana Technologies; Asia/Pacific -- Executive Computing Group Pty.