Recent Examples of telemetry from the Web
Gallo said a telemetry study conducted on speckled trout in Calcasieu Lake more than a decade ago showed the fish retreated to the Ship Channel that bisects the lake whenever severe weather moved in.
And the results have been truly eye catching, with tracking, telemetry and augmented reality systems all now developed.
A seismometer rests at the bottom of a borehole and a fiberglass hut equipped with solar panels protects the station power system, electronics and radio telemetry equipment.
A joint venture in China manages all the system updates and telemetry so no data leaves China, Terry Myerson, Microsoft’s Windows and Devices chief, said in an interview.
For his senior project, White created a data telemetry system/GPS lap timer for his own motorcycle that measures tire suspension and usage, and uploads the data for later review.
CARL JUSTE email@example.com University of Florida grad student Jenna Cole, left, uses a hand held antenna and tracker to look for tegus near a levee south of Florida City while telemetry coordinator Brittany Mason notes the location.
The 576th Flight Test Squadron, which will help oversee the operational test launch, is responsible for telemetry, tracking and command destruct systems on the missile.
The latest 7-series BMW is driving around continuously connected to AWS and sending video data or all kinds of 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.
First Known Use of telemetry
TELEMETRY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of telemetry for English Language Learners
: the process of using special equipment to take measurements of something (such as pressure, speed, or temperature) and send them by radio to another place
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