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early warning

A warning given by surveillance radars, especially those deployed on the outermost periphery of defensive radar cover. A warning provided by early-warning aircraft is also termed an early warning.
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The ECOWAS Early Warning System has made giant strides over the years.
Paul Finch, chief executive officer, Early Warning, said, 'The addition of Citi represents a significant milestone in Early Warning's goal to expand the clearXchange network to include all financial institutions nationwide.
In late 2015, Fiserv and Early Warning announced a partnership to facilitate real-time bill payment and deposit capabilities.
Currently, the squadron trains the fleet with the most technologically advanced airborne early warning platform, the E-2D Advanced Flawkeye.
We want to make this a killer app, where you put it on your phone and allow us to use your accelerometer, and we will deliver earthquake early warning," Allen said.
The ground-based early warning system increased its satellite registry by 5,000 satellites in 2015, with 15,000 Russian and foreign satellites now tracked by the system.
But the early warning systems were more accurate at predicting which students would attend college: Teachers were on target 74% of the time, but the data system got it right 83% of the time.
On larger projects, numerous events may occur for which an early warning could be issued.
The new system, which was spearheaded by South Sudan Peace and Reconciliation Commission (SSPRC), is directly linked to the Conflict Early Warning and Response Mechanism (CEWARM) initiated by the Inter-Governmental Authority on Development (IGAD).
A collaborative research project to check the effectiveness of an early warning toot for children who are becoming unwell is underway at Christchurch Hospital.
The shared early warning system, which links GCC countries to sophisticated US intelligence satellites that can spot a missile launch instantly, is working at the tactical operations level, Lieutenant General Mike Hostage, commander US Air Forces Central Command, told Gulf News.
Summary: The Indian National Centre for Ocean Information Services in Hyderabad has developed a Tsunami Early warning system to provide special kind of data for the safety of people living in the Indian coastal areas.

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