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data capture

any process for converting information into a form that can be handled by a computer

data capture

[′dad·ə ‚kap·chər]
(computer science)
The acquisition of data to be entered into a computer.
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Claricon has now extended the capability of the CLARiNET SCANPOINT module to allow data capture for the causes of down time.
The Articles Library corresponds to the Imaging Departments so that the user will find one or two articles on each of the following subjects: data capture, data entry, storage management, micrographics, imaging business management, and workflow software.
Our PCI and ISA data capture cards enable personal computers to be used to capture real-time data in memory or recorded on a standard PC hard disks.
Manfred Pierl, Intermec's local area systems product director, said Windows CE has the potential to create an open platform for integrating data capture applications with enterprise IT infrastructure.
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He also stated that the Saudi Arabia Government has introduced biometric data capture for all intending pilgrims.
Speed--the HVR solution delivers high-speed data capture and transmission locally and globally.
Pittsburgh, PA, November 18, 2016 --(PR.com)-- AIM, the trusted worldwide industry association for the automatic identification industry, providing unbiased information, educational resources and standards to providers and users of these technologies for nearly half a century, has announced the opening of the nomination period for its annual automatic identification and data capture industry awards.
TELECOMWORLDWIRE-March 4, 2015-CompleWare launches clinical trial data capture solution
ABBYY (abbyy.com) has unveiled its Mobile Data Capture Solution, which, the company says, allows enterprises to expand the range and adoption of their services to camera-equipped mobile devices by capturing processing and sharing data.
Surely, the concept is about as relevant to cutting-edge data capture as flint knapping is to precision engineering.