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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With the overwhelming speed of regulatory change and the risk of human error in this approach, manual tracking increases the risk of litigation.
It urged ground handlers to make use of RFID technology to replace manual tracking operations wherever feasible.
"When we have to target audience in certain closed apps, we also do manual tracking and analysis as we do not do scraping," Kar said, adding that 60 per cent of its businesses come from India and 40 per cent from outside the country.
As this trendline progresses, it is expected that manual tracking of blood samples will gradually become obsolete and RFID blood monitoring systems will eventually take over.
The new facility eliminates the need for manual tracking by instantly providing information to our athletes and coaches.
The inventively adapted and patented technology replaces manual tracking for ULDs, which move cargo shipments, baggage and mail.
One such tool is the compliance tracking software solution mentioned above, a system that replaces manual tracking of personnel training records and employee proficiencies.
"The accuracy of the downtime reports is such that even the OEM is using them to troubleshoot their equipment in preference to the manual tracking sheets they normally use when commissioning," says Coetzee.
Also, some systems actually afford more drive time by tracking HOS by the minute rather than in 15-minute increments, as is standard with manual tracking.
Today's cloud environments, however, are dynamic and elastic, with resource creation and teardown frequency making manual tracking and administration unworkable.
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.