near-real time

near-real time

Delays caused by automated processing and display between the occurrence of an event and the reception of the data at some other location.
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National Aeronautics Space Administration (NASA) has announced that its IMERG algorithm, which provides estimates of precipitation every 30 minutes from near-real time satellite observations, began predicting rainfall along the inner core of Hurricane Dorian the week of August 26, the administration said.
The company's SaaS product, FreightWaves SONAR, provides near-real time analytics and context for cargo and economic movement throughout the world.
Users can view fleet utilization metrics in near-real time and receive notifications from the app when events occur like impacts or errors on pre-shift safety checklists.
StreamWorks is a unique technology that discovers emerging patterns of sophisticated cyber-attacks by analyzing multi-source streaming data in near-real time. It alerts analysts to top-pattern incidents, and provides an easy-to-understand description of the potential threat and a rationale for why the threat was chosen.
These data, which stream every 15 minutes provides near-real time information that may be used to complement forecast information.
Maersk now has near-real time visibility into the conditions of each refrigerated container at almost any part of its journey during the supply chain.
You will be able to monitor your gas and electricity use in pounds and pence in near-real time, and bring an end to estimated bills.
Using Evidence 360, clients can search large volumes of anonymous patient data records in near-real time, covering legacy data storage systems as well as growing sets of newly onboarded data.
He added, “The VBA application operates on previously captured files, making it a near-real time (as opposed to a strictly real-time) tool.
The AICPA is accepting comments on a new concept paper, Evolving the CPA Profession's Peer Review Program for the Future, which explains how the existing peer review program could be transformed into a technology-driven, near-real time process.
"If interpreted in near-real time, these observations could greatly improve forecasting of the onset and evolution of explosive eruptions and volcanic plume height," the geologists concluded.