point of activation

point of activation

The position, expressed by either a four-letter, four-digit geographical reference (GEOREF) or four-digit latitude and longitude coordinates, from which an aircraft departs or is estimated to cross along its intended track.
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A 24 Hour Pass starts from the point of activation, not from 12:00 until 12:00 so watching both games comes down to timing.
The Alertus Emergency Mass Notification System addresses these issues by integrating with and leveraging all available alerting endpoints, including IP-based and hardware assets, into a unified system that can be easily deployed from a single point of activation.
As new health insurance options are made available under the ACA, CVS pharmacists are serving as a point of activation for patients who are seeking information about their options under the new health care law.
Aliskiren differs from other agents in that it targets the RAS at the point of activation by inhibiting renin in the synthesis of angiotensin I and II, leading to reductions in plasma renin activity, according to a statement issued by Novartis, the manufacturer of the drug.
Aliskiren differs from other agents in that it targets the renin-angiotensin system at the point of activation by inhibitingreninin the synthesis of angiotensin I and II, leading to reductions in plasma renin activity, according to a statement issued by Novartis, the company that manufactures the drug.
incorporate a reset procedure that requires reset at the point of activation?
These alarms can be audible or silent at the point of activation.
The Alertus System can also provide a single point of activation to ensure a quick and effective activation during an emergency situation.