Telemetry systems are systems that monitor and distribute information remotely. Telemetry has its roots in tele (meaning remote) and metron (meaning to measure). Telemetry systems are used in larger systems that require external data collection. Telemetry systems often refer to data transmission over wireless means, but it also refers to information sent over other networks such as computers or telephones. The advancements in global communications and decreasing costs are utilized by telemetry information systems.
This system has a wide variety of applications and covers many fields. In law enforcement, it is used for tracking people and various properties. A person wearing an anklet and relaying information about their location to authorities is an example of telemetry information. Telemetry systems are also used in law enforcement in “bugs” and tracking tools, such as when the police make bait cars for stolen car stabbing operations. The vehicle has cameras and tracking devices that allow authorities to track the car and the driver. It is used in suspect identification or wiretapping and surveillance as part of large-scale crime investigations.
These systems can be used in warehouses and allow warehouse shippers and receivers to remotely scan product barcodes and manually enter information via handheld devices and the information is automatically sent to a central system. This optimizes labor and time. Telemetry systems are used extensively in army and defense during reconnaissance and surveillance situations. For example, an unmanned spy plane can fly over enemy territory and take photos when determining weapon build-up or storage or troop placement. This information can be remotely sent to a location, processed and analyzed.
Telemetry systems are used in vehicle crash tests and can verify all data during these procedures. Such as speed versus impact damage on vehicles or test dummies – what injuries would a human have sustained to his head or torso in a simulated crash. Telemetry systems allow manufacturers to analyze data and determine where to best place safety equipment such as reinforcement beams and airbags. Telemetry system products will vary depending on the company providing them and customer needs. It will range from software to hardware, interfaces and supported networks. It will be unique to the requirements and the data searched.
Examples of telemetry equipment are, as also mentioned above, portable barcode scanners used in inventory management; the unmanned spy plans that were remotely controlled and used in reconnaissance missions; the impact measurement equipment placed on test dummies in car accident simulations. Telemetry equipment is used in a wide variety of everyday practices. Weather balloons that collect information to make forecasts; at sporting events; cameras used to record and replay the game for official needs; sensors placed in underground storage tanks measure levels and temperature and pressure of flammable liquids and gases.
Telemetry equipment is any information field that processes enormous amounts of data and then manipulates and analyzes it in a central location. During a car race, speeds and speeds and cornering performance and body temperatures are collected from the drivers and sent to a central location for analysis; Vending machines selling chocolate bars and soft drinks can send sales data to the merchant, avoiding unnecessary movements and enabling good inventory management. Telemetry systems are used in the medical sector in hospitals and clinics; it is used in urban infrastructure such as water supply and traffic registration. It is used not only in business elements, but also in areas that affect our daily life and our safety and protection. Telemetry system tools collect information remotely and it is an important and essential part of our daily existence.