manual tracking

manual tracking

[′man·yə·wəl ′trak·iŋ]
(engineering)
System of tracking a target in which all the power required is supplied manually through the tracking handwheels.
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The material tracking data stored by Tango are used to document material import, transformation and shipment for customs purposes, which eliminates the need for manual tracking.
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Infuse Medical could only log those changes using time-consuming manual tracking.
Challenges with their fax service paired with the manual tracking, scanning, and attachment processes in HomeCare HomeBase (HCHB) were hindering their staff's efficiency.
Manual tracking represents the roughest solution to analyze movements performed in the water.
As many facility administrators have discovered, the old method of manual tracking requires a significant amount of time and often results in costly errors.
When utilizing a manual tracking process, performance issues can often go undiscovered.
Our Commerce Velocity technology, along with our proven products and services, eliminates the need for manual tracking and auditing or reporting in disparate systems.
As a result, the final deployment of this system will not only benefit SLRB but also sets an example for all government departments where manual tracking of files is a tedious task.
Webex turn bays are available in both horizontal and vertical configurations and come standard with manual tracking adjustment.
Manual tracking proved impractical since in many instances, small boats destined for recipient ships were tied up to Rushmore when the cargo arrived on board.
For years, the city of Roseville used a web-based system developed by a local firm, but it lacked functionality to support complex business processes and required manual tracking of FMLA events, future time-off balances, workers' compensation time, and more.