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offboard

A chip or other hardware component that is not directly attached to a printed circuit board or motherboard. Contrast with onboard. See offboarding.
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Despite the large offboard power source, the AG still required system dynamics analyses and control strategies to compensate for parasitic effects like cable friction and other dynamics between the motor and output joint.
Air Force Special Operations Command plans to fly small, tactical offboard drones from its AC-130 gunships in combat for the first time later this year, which will give crews better views of the battlefield.
Offboard, the systems that surround the airplane--mission planning, reprogramming, ALIS [Autonomic Logistics Information System]--contain twice that amount of software.
Upon closer examination, this appeared to be a naval decoy called Offboard Corner Reflector designed to operate in conjunction with the Mass multispectral decoy launcher.
A safe, automated vehicle will benefit greatly from a fusion of inputs from onboard sensing devices, offboard data feeds from other vehicles, the infrastructure, and cloud-based services.
The Super Hornet's advanced sensor and information suite collects and fuses data from offboard sources and onboard sensors, enabling the Super Hornet to seamlessly detect and eliminate air, ground or sea-based threats, according to a product sheet.
To complement our payloads, the Navy is investing in networks that leverage offboard sensors to find, fix, and engage targets.
Due to the complexity of the search and retrieval task, a high-precision offboard Vicon MX camera system was used to supplement the robot's onboard sensors and provide a degree of environmental awareness comparable to that of a human.
The pest issue aside, it isn't long before the vaguely sociopathic Alvin has wreaked havoc onboard and generated ill will, not just between himself and Dave, but also between the Chipmunks and the Chipettes--Eleanor (Amy Poehler), Jeanette (Anna Faris) and Brittany (Christina Applegate)--who were introduced in 2009's "Alvin and the Chipmtmks: The Squeakquel." His misbehavior knowing no bounds, Alvin tries riding a kite, which leads to the other chipmunks grabbing his taft and being swept offboard. In trying to save them, Dave and the boys' longtime nemesis, Ian (David Cross), working as the ship's pelican mascot, grab a paraglider and fly off after them.
Offboard, we went for a historical tour of the town of Nizwa in Oman.