SEG

SEG may be an acronym for:

  • SEG (company), abbreviation for Schmidt Electronic GmbH, a German electronics manufacturer producing goods such as TVs
  • SEG Communications (company), UK based distributor of networking hardware
  • Special Effects Generator, used in a television studio
  • Semaphore Entertainment Group, a pay-per-view company which co-founded the Ultimate Fighting Championship
  • Special Escort Group (Metropolitan Police), escort important persons, valuable or hazardous cargoes in London, England
  • Special Escort Group (Ministry of Defence Police), protects nuclear materials in transit between United Kingdom military establishments
  • Supplementum Epigraphicum Graecum, an annual publication of new ancient Greek inscriptions
  • Select Employee Group, a group of people eligible for credit union membership

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South German Railway Company - Essen Tramways Dominate
... At this time – on 1 April 1916 - the SEG firm owned branch lines totaling 216 km (134 mi) in length, of which 37 km (23 mi) were narrow gauge ... Whilst the SEG began to gradually close its tram lines in 1929 due to differences with the city of Wiesbaden, the Essen tramway remained at the heart ... branch lines, they only produced meagre profits compared with the tramways, so that the SEG endeavoured not to renew concessions when they expired ...
SEG - Other Abbreviations and Uses
... languages representing an arbitrary segment Seg, a Swedish spoken word for someone or something that is very slow and/or retarded ...
Southeastern Greyhound Lines - More Acquisitions
... SEG and Union had become closely affiliated with each other shortly after the routes of the two firms began to intersect in Jacksonville, Lake City, and Dothan ... major acquisition took place late in the life of Southeastern In 1949 SEG bought the Alaga Coach Lines, which had run between Columbus (in Georgia) and Panama City (in Florida) via Dothan (in ... SEG allowed Alaga to continue operating separately as a wholly owned subsidiary of the SEG Lines until the end of 1950, when Alaga became merged into SEG ...
SEG Y
... The SEG Y file format is one of several standards developed by the Society of Exploration Geophysicists for storing geophysical data ... It is an open standard, and is controlled by the SEG Technical Standards Committee, a non-profit organization ... The most recent revision of the SEG Y format was published in 2002, named the rev 1 specification ...
Supplementum Epigraphicum Graecum - History
... SEG was founded in 1923 by the Dutch scholar J ... Stroud, who modernised SEG and created the publication that still persists today ... The current editors of SEG are Angelos Chaniotis, Thomas Corsten, Ronald S ...