data monitoring

data monitoring

Any oversight mechanism for examining data for completeness, consistency and accuracy.
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Latitude Technologies' approved reseller, Maxcraft Avionics, has won an FAA supplemental type certificate (STC) for installing Latitude's award-winning IONode Flight Data Monitoring (FDM) system on Sikorsky S-76 Series helicopters.
New version of data monitoring app promises to guard shared data plan users against bill shock
This amplified volume of data will place considerable strain on the networks of communication service providers (SPs) and their information management systems, thereby stoking demand for mobile data monitoring systems.
Dassault Offers Flight Data Monitoring for Falcon Operators.
STOCKTON data monitoring firm Brulines today said it was confident of further growth despite tough economic conditions.
Previously (January 23, 2006) Nymox reported that the Independent Data Monitoring Committee for the trial of NX-1207 had given a positive recommendation based on evaluation of the efficacy and safety data at that point in time.
His responsibilities included ground test data monitoring, test data reduction and verifying test data accuracy.
It also has a new interface with an Ethernet port, which lets it integrate easily with blown film extrusion control and data monitoring.
Oversight employs a variety of automated data monitoring and collection techniques across multiple business systems to detect inappropriate and suspicious activities that indicate errors, control overrides or fraud.
Elscad and Elscan process data monitoring and collection systems are available from the company.
They will perform these functions during the flight line review of pre- and post-flight aircraft records, informal and formal interaction with flight-line maintenance personnel and data monitoring in the consolidated aircraft maintenance system at Whiteman Air Force Base in Missouri, where the bombers are based.
The authors also criticize the adversarial yet symbiotic relationships between IRBs and data monitoring committees, which sometimes are used to independently assess a study and protect test subjects, thereby putting them in the position of both acting as watchdog and working to keep a study on track.