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an instrument that measures the height above ground

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About the Speakers Susan Etlinger Industry Analyst, Altimeter Group Susan Etlinger is an industry analyst at Altimeter Group, where she works with global companies to develop both social media listening and measurement strategies that support their business objectives.
Attendees will receive a copy of the brand new Altimeter research report "Content: The New Marketing Equation," by Rebecca Lieb.
Altimeter Group provides advice and consulting on digital strategies, with a focus on how organizations can leverage social and emerging technologies to achieve results.
According to the authorities, the altimeter of the plane, which was carrying 85 passengers, became stationary at around 10:40 a.
The laser altimeter is extremely important to our understanding of the geological and physical processes on Mars," says James Head, a planetary geologist at Brown University in Providence, R.
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Brian Solis, Principal Analyst at Altimeter Group, said: "For the world's largest organizations, innovation has never been more important -- or more difficult.
With cost savings a key focus for defence organisations, the assurance that altimeters, costing anything upwards of [pounds sterling]10,000 each, will remain operational is a vital consideration.
The FE pointed to the cabin altimeter and simply said, "Cabin altitude.
The change, which the FAA says is now possible because of improvements in altimeter accuracy, will increase capacity of the national airspace and save the airlines billions in fuel costs.
with the K2-100 Multi-function Altimeter Watch from La Crosse Technology.
All three men aboard held their breath as they watched the altimeter unwind.
The crew carried out visual checks and a radar altimeter confirmed that the aircraft was at the correct height.
Real Time's Alaistair Deacon said: "A pilot determines height from an altimeter, but that can contain small errors.