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Synonyms for outboard

a motorboat with an outboard motor

internal-combustion engine that mounts at stern of small boat

located away from the midline of a vessel or aircraft


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Give me an offboard sensor and let me throw it out there first.
The Aegis BMD system and its SM-3 interceptor have the potential to provide a significant measure of defensive capability in various regions of the world, and to increase its capability to conduct intercepts based on radar tracks from offboard sensors, known as "engage on remote," and to engage missiles early in their midcourse flight, including in the ascent phase.
Customers will have direct access to offboard navigation and traffic information services like the ones offered from bConnect.
Each Mk137 launcher has six barrels and launches Sippican Super Rapid-Bloom Offboard Counter-measures (SRBOC) decoys.
The vehicles communicate wirelessly with a Windows-based AGV offboard PC controller.
Vehicle Projects, LLC recently announced that an international consortium developing "the world's largest" fuel cell (FC)-powered locomotive has completed conceptual design of the locomotive's onboard fuel storage, offboard hydrogen generation plant, refueling system, FC power plant and locomotive layout.
Additionally, the architecture will provide control and management facilities for other onboard systems such as expendable, offboard countermeasures dispensers.
The on-board and offboard systems use Internet standards to give users a user interface similar to that which they have on their desks today.
Sherry Buschmann, project manager for launch technologies at the Marshall Space Flight Center, called it "an offboard energy source.
Existing telephony-based information services using offboard speech will present an opportunity for synergy with future ITS products.
A current revolution in military affairs (RMA) can be traced back to the late 1970s with the development of precision munitions and offboard sensors.
The turnaround time for an offboard system often took several days," says James Moon-Dupree, a unit supervisor in the safety laboratories department at Ford.
New KACE K2000 Deployment Appliance now includes native imaging and offboard storage to help IT managers deploy and store larger images across of variety of OS environments
The DARPA program known as the Mobile Offboard Clandestine Communications and Approach, or MOCCA aims to allow submarines to detect submerged vessels at greater distances than is currently possible, while minimizing the risk that the boat itself will be detected.
The most notable types include the Mk 36 associated with 130 mm Super Rapid Blooming Offboard Chaff/Nato Sea Gnat munitions, and Terma's Soft-kill Weapon System (SKWS).