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someone who supervises (an examination)

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someone who gives a warning so that a mistake can be avoided

electronic equipment that is used to check the quality or content of electronic transmissions

a piece of electronic equipment that keeps track of the operation of a system continuously and warns of trouble

any of various large tropical carnivorous lizards of Africa and Asia and Australia

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check, track, or observe by means of a receiver

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For its part, the WR3A plans to develop rules for members to follow when they ship monitors overseas and will revisit and improve those rules based on actual experience.
The FullMetrics Machine Analyzer, a portable process monitor and analysis tool used for process optimization, troubleshooting, and process-capability studies, is now based on Windows XP with 32-bit programming.
Last year, ViewSonic was the number one seller of monitors in Argentina and Chile based on value of units distributed, according to a study by the U.
FPDs represent the future of monitor technology and have several benefits over CRT monitors such as:
After installing Fuel Monitor 2000, NYCHA has reported reduced fuel consumption from 11 percent to 12.
Medical professionals now have the option to monitor their patients at a distance without having patients visit their clinics for every small ailment that they may face, thereby enabling the doctors to monitor a large number of patients in the comfort of their clinics or homes and also get adequate medical reimbursements.
Finance -- The T220's small-footprint yet large-screen is ideal for a trading desk, which often holds up to six monitors displaying an array of highly detailed data, from financial indicators and trading volume to cable news networks and e-mail with customers and other traders.
The standard configuration is still a data collection unit (DCU) of some sort on or near each injection machine that monitors production and process data and feeds it to a central computer terminal for analysis.
Importantly, outpatient cardiac monitoring increasingly involves the use of the latest mobile technologies to monitor heart function, and diagnose potentially serious conditions such as arrhythmias, which can lead to stroke and sudden cardiac death.
The LIFEGARD I, the latest in a series of non-invasive patient monitors from Analogic, measures ECG, HR, SpO2, NIBP, and Predictive Temperature (optional), and has network communication capability with the LIFEGARD Vue Central Nurses' Station.
Royal Philips (NYSE: PHG, AEX: PHI) today announced the availability of triplets monitoring functionality for its industry-leading line of obstetrical care fetal and maternal monitors, Avalon FM20 antepartum and Avalon FM30 intrapartum.
CI monitors the top firms on an ongoing basis, measuring, analyzing, and communicating industry best practices.
6%) of respondents indicated that their call center currently monitors agents' interactions with customers.
New 20- and 23-Inch 3D Stereoscopic LCD Monitors Deliver Highest Quality Stereo Image Available in Desktop Displays