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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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to design and provide the offboard "MesoChannel" ammonia-based hydrogen generation plant and Nuvera Fuel Cells, Inc.
The new Dell KACE K2000 Deployment Appliance release helps accelerate migration to new operating systems such as Microsoft Windows 7 and Mac OS X, as well as new software suites such as Office 2010 through support of native image formats and offboard storage.
A maritime action unit relies on sensors aboard its boats and aircraft and assigned MPA, as well as data generated offboard, to build tactical situational awareness.
Miniaturized antisubmarine sensors: for use in distributed fields, offboard vehicles, and small aircraft.
The demonstration apps show how drivers benefit when cars are connected to onboard applications which are connected to offboard services.
They appear less certain, however, that they can seamlessly integrate the first generation of LCS into a network of ships, unmanned vehicles and offboard sensors, each equipped with dissimilar communications, command and control systems.
Offboard sensors may have presented a threat to manned platforms in the past, but in the future they will likely be the essential enabling factor that saves them from obsolescence.
Much of the debate in consumer navigation markets revolves around whether or when offboard handsets will seize market share from PNDs.
12 /PRNewswire/ -- Lockheed Martin's [NYSE: LMT] new Extensible Launching System (ExLS) successfully conducted the first vertical launch of Nulka offboard countermeasure test rounds at Eglin Air Force Base in Florida.
At the heart of the aircraft is the Mids (Multi-function Information Distribution System) which accepts data (voice, text and imagery via the Link 16 Jtids [Joint Tactical Information Distribution System] data-link) from offboard sensors such as the E-3A Sentry Awacs (Airborne Warning and Control Systems) and other aircraft.