What is Telemetry?

Telemetry is a term that stands for remote measurement and data collection. Telemetry systems collect data from a sensor or data source and transmit this data to a remote station over a wireless or wired connection. The remote station can analyze this data and take necessary actions. Telemetry systems are also used in many different areas. Telemetry systems can be set up in many different ways. Telemetry systems consist of sensors that collect data and systems that provide transmission.

Telemetry systems offer several advantages. First of all, these systems enable remote data collection. This makes it possible to collect data from remotely located systems and devices, such as for field studies or space exploration. Additionally, telemetry systems offer the ability to monitor collected data in real time. This makes it possible to instantly monitor the current status of systems and use it in rapid decision-making processes. Finally, telemetry systems provide the ability to analyze the collected data and take necessary action. This ensures that data is interpreted in a meaningful way and the performance of the systems is optimized. Thanks to these advantages, telemetry systems play a major role in detecting and solving problems while increasing efficiency in various industries.

References & Further Reading

  1. DUTlab, DUTlab VENÜS Project, 2021


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