remote testing

remote testing

[ri′mōt ′test·iŋ]
(computer science)
A method of testing and correcting computer programs; programmers do not go to the computer center but provide detailed instructions to be carried out by computer operators along with the programs and associated test data. Also known as remote debugging.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Recently, Bourbon Offshore in collaboration with Bureau Veritas and Kongsberg Maritime conducted remote testing of an application capable of remote surveying of Dynamic Systems (DP systems), which fetches valuable intelligence actively from the control systems of the ships and transmits it to the auditors through a secured cloud infrastructure.
Other examples of such technology at work are remote testing facilities installed on trailers for onsite testing of systems and machinery, as well as remote surveillance of well and field performance, which proponents of the technology say leads to greater certainty of the producing assets and the ability to quickly detect and mitigate issues.
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Researchers from the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) had developed a prototype cell phone equipped with holographic technology that was capable of remote testing water quality and monitoring the condition of HIV and malaria patients.
This is a manufacturer's access to the device through an undisclosed connection, used for remote testing and updates.
From Beijing, dozens of journalists from China, the United States, Russia and Britain went to the northern city of Wansan on a chartered plane, where they would move from there to the remote testing site on a 20-hour journey by train and then buses.
Coverage Centre will receives data from remote testing equipment to for round
Remote testing is also made possible through a simulation' feature that mimics the functionality of services typically reliant on externally networked resources, without actually being plugged to a network.
Keeping with the transportation theme, Yokogawa became involved in remote testing of multiple diesel-electric engines installed in passenger locomotives.
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