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Monitor

To seek information about an agent's behavior; a device that provides such information.
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iZon room monitor: Want to keep an eye on your child or pet while you are in office?
The TH-65PB1 is suitable not only for interactive display applications but also for use as a meeting room monitor.
With full-duplex audio, conversations were natural, with no echo.<p>The LifeSize Express interface that's displayed on a room monitor is aesthetically pleasing -- and performing common tasks didn't require more than one or two steps.
The hands-free function can be used as a room monitor. All Gigaset models can be used on both analog and digital VoIP networks, and feature an illuminated, six-line color display, 10 standard melodies and five polyphonic ringer tones, which can be assigned to contact numbers stored in the phone directory, so the caller can be identified by sound.--Siemens
"But that soon changed; we were about 500 yards away from the dock, when the engine TV room monitor got foggy.
Automatic alarms linked to the central control room monitor the system.
The instructions in the manual have been followed and we have disabled this function on the recovery room monitor. From discussion with other hospitals in our area, it appears that at least one other similar episode has occurred, which has been managed by a cardiologist.
SISWeb's Family View module gives patients' friends and family an easy, confidential way to follow progress throughout the surgical episode via a waiting room monitor. The case's confirmation number is an identifier assigned to each patient to ensure that privacy regulations are adhered to.
At Walt Whitman Intermediate School, support was so strong that before receiving DIS funding for a room monitor, teachers arranged their schedules so that they could staff the time-out room themselves.