Definitions

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License

  • adj. Of or pertaining to telemetry.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Pertaining to automatic registration at a distance of the indications of physical and meteorological instruments.

Etymologies

telemetry +‎ -ic (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • I was using very unconventional methods to sequence the telemetric DNA originally.

    Elizabeth H. Blackburn - Interview

  • Ingested telemetric capsules measured their 24-hour core temperatures.

    Years of Sitting on the Job Linked to Cancer

  • Frequent fliers who pose no security threat should be eligible for a non-transferable telemetric security card that is keyed into their retina for near foolproof identification.

    Alan Dershowitz: Will The Next "Underwear Bomber" Succeed?

  • Article IX, Part Seven of the Protocol, as well as the Annex on Telemetric Information to the Protocol, could require the U.S. to share sensitive telemetric information from missile defense tests.

    New Start: What Would Reagan Do?

  • Third, the requirements about the sharing of telemetric data in New START (Article IX) are significantly less demanding than in START I (Article X).

    Timothy A. Ridout: Objections to New START Don't Stand Up to Scrutiny

  • A few other objections to New START with regards to missile defense include the linkage between strategic offensive and defensive arms in the treaty's preamble (Paragraph 9), the creation of a Bilateral Consultative Commission (Article XII and Part Six of the Protocol), and the sharing of telemetric data, which are detailed measurements of missile launches.

    Timothy A. Ridout: Objections to New START Don't Stand Up to Scrutiny

  • Invisible Threads is intended as art, but they see it as a window into so-called telemetric manufacturing methods of the future.

    At Sundance, a Second Life Sweatshop Is Art - Bits Blog - NYTimes.com

  • Today, just about everything in a Formula 1 race car is governed by computers, except for the driver: There are about 200 telemetric sensors on each car, pumping megabytes of data back to the pit lane, a mass of seemingly random numbers, detailing oil pressure, air pressure, engine temperature, chassis stability and other minutiae.

    Motor Racing at the

  • Implant system converts the image patterns into interpretable stimulation signals, and data and energy are transferred to the implant by a telemetric link.

    Scientists develop bionic eye

  • From the earliest telemetric data it was known that intense heat inside the left wing had destroyed the Columbia, and that such heat could have gotten there only through a hole.

    Columbia's Last Flight

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