Recent Examples of telemetry from the Web
The telemetry, or electronic signals, of a ballistic missile launch would have been picked up by a variety of US assets in the region who keep an around the clock eye on Iran's weapons activities, the official said.
Besides the need for advanced materials, Tesla and SpaceX both manage galactic amounts of data, from the millions of miles traveled on Autopilot to the telemetry of rockets.
Early versions of the shirt had wires that needed to be plugged into the car’s telemetry system, meaning Kanaan had to be hard-wired into the car.
Cameras and telemetry will constantly monitor the pilots, who can incur time penalties for a number of infractions, including hitting an air gate, speed or altitude violations or for not flying the proper formation through a particular Air Gate.
During a Falcon 9 launch, SpaceX uses telemetry transmitters and receivers to track the flight of the rocket, and the company must file an application with the FCC to do so.
The spacecraft dashboard on-screen begins populating with updated telemetry data.
Previously, the mission had been delayed last Saturday because the Atlas V rocket’s telemetry transmitter needed replacing.
The electric automaker typically uses over-the-air software updates to improve features and monitor telemetry.
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Telemetry is used to obtain data on the internal functioning of missiles, rockets, unmanned planes, satellites, and probes, providing data on such factors as position, altitude, and speed as well as conditions like temperature, air pressure, wind speed, and radiation. Weather forecasters rely on telemetry to map weather patterns. Astronauts on the space shuttle are monitored with telemetry that measures and transmits readings on their blood pressure, respiration, and heart rates. Similar kinds of telemetry are used by biologists to study animals in the wild and keep track of their populations and movements. Telemetry is also widely used in modern agriculture, often to regulate irrigation.
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TELEMETRY Defined for English Language Learners
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