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  • Then people started talking about RTLS, which is return to launch site.

    CNN Transcript Jan 22, 2006

  • Miles -- and you're right, the RTLS, or return to launch site abort is never, thank goodness, had to been used, and once you get up a little higher, a little faster, you've got options to go halfway around the world and land at a trans-Atlantic abort site.

    CNN Transcript Feb 7, 2008

  • The experts swore it would work and Mike and Hank had practiced RTLS aborts in the sim about a thousand times, but nobody wanted to be the first to field-test the procedure.

    Riding Rockets

  • The thought, then, was to move toward real-time location and sensor RTLS solutions.

    Real-Time Solutions

  • And they're now waiting for the next calls, which would a negative return call, which means they're through the RTLS capability.

    CNN Transcript Jul 26, 2005

  • A two-engine-down RTLS abort was survivable—but only theoretically.

    Gravity

  • We're seeking an exceptional field product marketing professional to support and grow our Real Time Location Systems RTLS business.

    News - chicagotribune.com

  • By streaming Wi-Fi and RTLS into GE's AgileTrac platform, healthcare organizations can manage the flow of the right asset, with the right patient, at the right time with confidence.

  • Previously, hospitals were forced to operate two separate tracking systems for Wi-Fi and proprietary RTLS technologies.

  • The GE-Cisco solution is Real time Location System RTLS and Wi-Fi agnostic, enabling a customized, less costly approach to Wi-Fi and RTLS integration.

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  • Return To Launch Site

    February 27, 2018