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In the UK, please contact Annette Hornby at NFO Prognostics at 44 11 89 319 663.
Prognostics is conducting the study in conjunction with the Information Technology Services Management Association (ITSMA).
In addition to the alignment, Prognostics has added three new members to its senior management team.
Under Tina's leadership the company will acquire the infrastructure necessary to serve an industry with real time demands while positioning Prognostics for future growth.
Professional Services and Solutions 1999, the first of what will become an annual market research survey designed for information technology (IT) companies that provide professional services and solutions, was launched today through a joint partnership of the Information Technology Services Marketing Association (ITSMA) and NFO Prognostics, an NFO Worldwide company.
Independent investment research from Yankee Prognostics (YP) is now available exclusively via FIRST CALL Research Direct and FIRST CALL BondCall Direct.
It analyzes asset information and historical sensor data, and provides high-accuracy malfunction prognostics.
The key objective of the proposal is to demonstrate benefits of aircraft system prognostics solutions integrated into an airline E2E maintenance operational context.
Sera Prognostics announced that its PreTRM[R] Test is the first and only clinically validated blood test to predict preterm birth risk in asymptomatic, singleton pregnancies.
Machinery Prognostics and Prognosis Oriented Maintenance Management
12 August 2013 a[euro]" The Greek government today finalised the divestment of its 33% stake in gambling operator Hellenic Football Prognostics Organisation SA (OPAP) to Greek-Czech investment fund Emma Delta for EUR652m (USD866.
Taleris' web-based prognostics service, part of its Intelligent Operations offering, is a first for the commercial airline industry and will be used to monitor Etihad Airways' fleet of Airbus and Boeing aircraft.