IRI - Science and Technology

Science and Technology

  • The Indiana Robotics Invitational, the largest off-season FIRST robotics competition
  • Internationalized Resource Identifier, a generalization of the Uniform Resource Identifier (URI) allowing the use of Unicode
  • International Reference Ionosphere, the international standard for modelling the Earth's ionosphere
  • International Roughness Index, a dimensionless quantity used for measuring road roughness
  • I Re-Imagine, a proprietary message format used by Xenovate

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