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Monitor

To seek information about an agent's behavior; a device that provides such information.
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The journey management unit monitors the drivers' working hours and supervisors make sure they stay hydrated always, with proper measures taken by the workshop unit to ensure that tires and air conditioning in the vehicles are in great condition.
"The watchdog unit monitored the accounts that were promoting duplicates of branded products like bags, perfumes, cosmetics, clothes and footwear," he said.
He said members of the Western Mindanao police's regional intelligence unit monitored the whereabouts of the two suspected Abu Sayyaf members and arrested them on the strength of arrest warrants issued by the courts earlier.
The Unit monitors and analyses the system risk and supervises the framework which includes a number of precautionary indicators and macro-economics.
While the team of two helicopters was daring the glaciers, the Commanding Officer of Helicopter Unit monitored and guided his unit pilots throughout the mission ensuring that all necessary information and services worked in unison towards successful execution of this mission.
The unit monitors labels, parts and packaging for type, size, orientation, shape and location.
The unit monitors equipment such as valves, regulators, louvers, displacement and float level sensors, and relief valves in standard and hazardous area locations.
The unit monitors up to four individual conditions and features a relay output function for manual or automatic control of thermostats or other equipment.
The unit monitors the output filter inductor current in buck or multiphase converters from 0.5 V to 1.8 V, and offers the option of using resistive sensing or inductor DCR current sensing with internal thermal compensation.
The unit monitors and senses the patient's venous blood flow pulses then synchronizes itself to the rhythm, compressing the limb sleeves at exactly the correct pressure and inflation rate.