Department of Labor's Mine Safety and Health Administration (MSHA) has completed a major upgrade to its primary data system--the Mine Data Retrieval System
(MDRS)--bringing increased functionality and more intuitive navigation to this widely used feature.
CUTLINE: (PHOTO) Northbridge Patrolman Jeffrey White demonstrates how data can be retrieved from a car's "black box" using a Bosch crash data retrieval system
. A black box records information such as speed, braking distance and whether occupants are wearing seat belts.
Coastal Flow Gas Measurement has released version 3.4 of its BirdDogTM remote data retrieval system
. This newest system--to which all BirdDog users automatically have access when logged into the host site--provides enhanced productivity features such as the addition of a Notes function that will allow users to write, append, and share annotations across all data archives and daily volume records, along with the ability to set high-low warning limits for critical operational parameters which, in turn, produce distinctly color-highlighted data cells whenever triggered.
iBleep, a communication and data retrieval system
developed by MD Roy Walters, is set to replace the pager - immortalised in countless TV doctor and nurse shows - and give NHS trusts an insight for the first time into how clinicians work.
After two years, the floats returned to the surface and transmitted all their data through the ARGOS satellite-based data retrieval system
and downloaded to scientists in the lab.
To date, of the larger manufacturers, only Ford and GM have made the data in their airbag control modules accessible via a third party data retrieval system
developed by Vetronix Corporation, a wholly owned subsidiary of Robert Bosch GmBH.
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Mallon, an orthopedic surgeon, is a founding member and former president of the International Society of Olympic Historians and edits the Olympic Gold Data Retrieval System
In 1971, a data retrieval system
that permitted ready sorting of demographic, circumstantial, and postmortem findings was installed at the District of Columbia medical examiner's office.
The closest thing to a standardized system is the Vetronix Crash Data Retrieval system
. Vetronix collaborated with General Motors (GM) in producing it.
In other words, headquarters could get the information they need over the Internet without having to access the application's data retrieval system
or without visiting the company's local data warehouse.