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Monitor

To seek information about an agent's behavior; a device that provides such information.
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Significant advances have also been made with respect to wearable monitoring devices that incorporate the basic functions of temperature measurement, blood pressure monitoring, and respiratory rate measurement.
In addition to monitoring systems, NPE saw several previously unreported introductions of process controls and sensors.
The company has invested over $84 million and seven years developing its medical devices and 24-hour monitoring service center.
Blow molders of automotive, pharmaceutical, and other critical products say they're being pushed by customers to install CIM for SPC monitoring in order to meet ISO-9000 standards.
Many do say, however, that the ability to integrate process and production monitoring systems with higher-level computer management information systems (MIS), ease of operation, expandability, and the ability for the user to custom-tailor his information into displays and charts that suit his particular needs are important aspects to look for when choosing a system.
The pricing for basic OS monitoring starts at $299 per monitored system.
4 billion) in 2005, the company is a market leader in medical diagnostic imaging and patient monitoring systems, energy efficient lighting solutions, personal care and home appliances, as well as consumer electronics.
By filtering, aggregating, and multicasting critical data to support multiple network monitoring tools, GigaVUE-MP significantly reduces capital and operating expenditures, and improves network uptime by enabling more flexible network security, monitoring, and troubleshooting while using fewer and less intrusive tools.
No other commercial open source platform makes it easier to "plug-and-play" today's hottest open source network monitoring and management technologies, including NeDi (http://nedi.
Effective monitoring also helps to identify examples of service excellence that can be used as models in the aforementioned coaching and training efforts.
Designed to provide versatile, essential monitoring for a wide variety of care environments, the new SureSigns VM Series monitors provide enhanced user functionality and measurement capabilities in a compact, ergonomic, and easy-to-use product.

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