operational advantage

operational advantage

[‚äp·ə′rā·shən·əl əd′van·tij]
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In air operations, an improvement which benefits the users of an instrument procedure, such as the ability to use lower minimums.
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We believe the SCAR is the most flexible, reliable and cost-effective small arms weapons system ever offered to America's servicemen and women, and that it will give them a significant operational advantage in both present and future conflicts.
Published by the editors of Kluwer's 'Telecommunications Reports' and 'TR Daily,' 'VoIP Policy Report' is described as a resource that will enable subscribers to: gain direct access to developments in the FCC, Congress, all 50 state public service commissions and all 50 state legislatures; navigate regulatory, legislative and business developments in the telecom sector; formulate strategies for taking advantage of VoIP ground rules as they develop; access the commentary of the policy, technology and business leaders shaping the VoIP sector; and, position a business to take maximum financial and operational advantage of VoIP
The all-electric press gives us an operational advantage, since the energy usage is cut nearly in half," Gerard says.
The United States and her allies must compete with a thinking and adaptive enemy to find and develop an operational advantage through the effective use of information.
Mr Richard Moon, managing director of Racal Radio, said: "Project Odette will provide the MoD with an advanced capability in ground-based electronic warfare which is vital in providing UK troops with the necessary operational advantage.
While knowledge of the relationships between subjects and TPIs can help negotiators use these individuals to the greatest operational advantage, determining TPIs' willingness to cooperate and work with law enforcement authorities proves paramount to successful negotiations.
Netezza's technology enables organizations to process enormous amounts of captured data at exceptional speed, providing a significant competitive and operational advantage in today's data-intensive industries, including digital media, energy, financial services, government, health and life sciences, retail and telecommunications.
Another operational advantage is the clear-view afforded the operator -- which exceeds the industry average -- and the high system torque which guarantees a constant speed regardless of travelling conditions.
Netezza is the global leader in data warehouse and analytic appliances that dramatically simplify high-performance analytics for business users across the extended enterprise, delivering significant competitive and operational advantage in today's information-intensive marketplaces.
Netezza is the global leader in analytic appliances that dramatically simplify high-performance analytics for business users across the extended enterprise, delivering significant competitive and operational advantage in today's information-intensive marketplaces.
The open architecture of the Sotas product family is specifically designed to turn these added capabilities into a real operational advantage by supporting the integration and interworking of the vehicle-borne systems over a high bandwidth, open standards IP network infrastructure.
Their history of working with one another is a major operational advantage, both internally, as well as in business relationships with target clients.

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