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What does ATEC stand for in the Army?

U.S. Army Test and Evaluation Command (ATEC) provides direct support to Army Futures Command and relevant, timely information to senior Army leaders to make future force decisions enabling Multi-Domain Operations through rigorous developmental testing and independent operational tests and evaluations. VISION

Where is ATEC located?

ATEC is strategically located in Palmela, near Lisbon, and in Oporto, in order to cover the entire national territory. In 2012, in response to training needs of regional industrial clusters, ATEC decentralized its training and started developing locally Technology Specialization Courses in Aveiro, Braga, São João da Madeira and Viseu.

Who is the Ateco Group?

The Ateco Group is a leading independent automotive vehicle distributor and automotive service provider headquartered in Australia and operating in Australia, New Zealand and South Africa.

Why choose ATEC for harsh environment solutions?

Atec and our subsidiaries are committed to providing critical harsh environment solutions and services. Celtech specializes in the fabrication of jet and turboprop test stands. Vital Link remains the world’s leading noise suppressor and hush house operation. Hager Machine and Tool enhances our capabilities in complex CNC machining.

What does ATEC stand for?

The EIPT worked with Software Blocking initiatives, the Army Test and Evaluation Command (ATEC), and Department of the Army (DA) level agencies to coordinate activities.

What is the US Army test and Evaluation Command?

The U.S. Army Test and Evaluation Command (ATEC) was established October 1, 1999 by the Vice Chief of Staff with the primary function of ensuring that our Soldiers go to war with weapons that work. ATEC has overall responsibility for all Army developmental and operational testing, operating from subordinate commands and test centers.

Where do ATEC tests take place?

ATEC Testing Locations Army Evaluation Center Aberdeen, MD Aberdeen Test Center Aberdeen, MD Dugway Proving Ground West Desert Test Center Dugway, UT Electronic Proving Ground Fort Huachuca, AZ Operational Test Command Fort Hood, TX Redstone Test Center Redstone Arsenal, AL

Why ATEC for DCGS A?

ATECS contribution to DCGS-A for the warfighter ATECserves an incredibly diverse customer base, made up of aerospace, automotive, biomedical, communications, consumer electronics, defense, environmental, engineering, marine, power grid, transportation, and compliance testing companies. Gabe Alcala to Speak at IEEE ISPCE 2016 Conference

Where is Ateco based?

The Ateco Group, the largest Australasia-owned independent automotive distribution company, has moved to a new headquarters in the Sydney suburb of Lidcombe with new offices, training and warehouse facilities to meet growing demand for the products of the brands Ateco represents in Australia, New Zealand and South Africa.

Why is Renault Australia joining the Ateco Group?

“History shows we usually initiate the presence of automotive brands in Australia, but this is the first time in over 30 years we have taken on an established OEM – we’re delighted to welcome Renault Australia to the Ateco Group.”

Which car brands have outsold the Ateco Group?

This result highlights that since the FCAI first started recording vehicles sales in 1991, the Ateco Group has outsold Audi, Jeep, Land Rover, Lexus and Volvo among other brands.

Who is Roger Ateco?

Roger has a strong and impressive background in Automotive Financial Services and distribution, prior to joining Ateco, Roger held the role of Group Executive General Manager of Mercedes-Benz New Zealand and Managing Director, DaimlerChrysler Financial Services.

What is ATEX? ATEX is the name commonly given to the two European Directives for controlling explosive atmospheres: 1) Directive 99/92/EC (also known as ATEX 137 or the ATEX Workplace Directive) on minimum requirements for improving the health and safety protection of workers potentially at risk from explosive atmospheres.

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