tracking network


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tracking network

[′trak·iŋ ‚net‚wərk]
(engineering)
A group of tracking stations whose operations are coordinated in tracking objects through the atmosphere or space.
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In 2000, the Pew Environmental Health Commission urged for the establishment of a nationwide environmental health tracking network that would address this separation and bring information together (Pew Environmental Health Commission, 2000).
The information from this tracking network would be used to respond to, and eventually reduce, the burden of these diseases on the nation's population.
New Delhi [India], October 31 ( ANI ): Union Minister of State (MoS) for Home Affairs Kiren Rijiju on Tuesday briefed in details to the Moroccan Minister Noureddine Boutayeb on the various initiatives like the Criminal Tracking Network and Systems (CCTNS), a mission mode project under the National e-Governance Plan which will help modernize the Police Force and envisages national wide networking enabling share of information between Police Stations, State Officers and Security Agencies.
There are three CO poisoning indicators on the Tracking Network: CO poisoning mortality, CO poisoning emergency department visits, and CO poisoning hospitalizations (Figure 1).
The New York City program was among the first group of health and environment agencies to receive CDC money to develop a tracking network, McKelvey said.
However, given the many gaps in our current understanding of the role of the environment in disease, the Pew Commission was faced with a fundamental question: "What health end points should be tracked?" To address this question, we developed an approach to evaluate available national data to identify health end points that may be appropriate for inclusion in a national environmental health tracking network.
Moonwatch, the international satellite tracking network composed of amateurs and other volunteers, was finally disbanded after nearly two decades of operation and some 400,000 observations of approximately 6,000 artificial satellites.
The TDRS satellites are designed to let NASA phase out much of its ground-based tracking network, as well as to markedly increase the amount of time that orbiting shuttles and other space-borne devices are in communication with the ground; in addition, a number of forthcoming NASA satellites such as the Hubble Space Telescope (due for shuttle launch in 1989) have been designed on the assumption that at least two TDRS's will be available at any given time.
By mapping those signals, they can be used to determine spacecraft location in deep space, which will eliminate the hours-long delays incurred in using ground-based navigation like the Deep Space Network and European Space Tracking network. Some pulsars emit radiation with the precision of an atomic clock.
The Environmental Public Health Tracking Network (Tracking Network) was created to provide information to a variety of audiences from a nationwide network of integrated health and environmental data that drive actions to improve health outcomes.
5 HI- TECH CRIMINAL TRACKING SYSTEM: As per central government directions, Crime and Criminal Tracking Network and Systems ( CCTNS) is being launched across the state.
With the resident still on the phone, Sam Lefevre, MS, program manager for the department's Environmental Epidemiology Program, accessed Utah's Environmental Public Health Tracking Network, gathering data on whether the region in question was experiencing disease trends that would point to perchlorate contamination.