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Telemetry Market Forecast Analysis 2019


Telemetry is the process by which an object’s characteristics are measured (such as velocity of an aircraft), and the results transmitted to a distant station where they are displayed, recorded, and analyzed. The transmission media may be air and space for satellite applications, or copper wire and fiber cable for static ground environments like power generating plants.

Aircraft development, for example, is a major application for telemetry systems. During initial flight testing, an aircraft performs a variety of test maneuvers. The critical flight data from a maneuver is transmitted to flight test engineers at a ground station where results are viewed in real time or analyzed within seconds of the maneuver. Real-time monitoring allows the "safety officer" to make instant decisions on whether to proceed with or terminate a test. With real-time analysis, the flight test engineer can request a maneuver be repeated, the next maneuver to be performed, or test plan alternatives be substituted. Real-time data is also captured to storage media, such as disk and tape, for later analysis and archiving.

In today telemetry applications, which support large numbers of measurands, it is too costly and impractical to use separate transmission channels for each measured quantity. The telemetry process involves grouping measurements (such as pressure, speed, and temperature) into a format that can be transmitted as a single data stream. Once received, the data stream is separated into the original measurement components for analysis. Telemetry lets you stay in a safe (or convenient) location while monitoring what taking place in an unsafe (or inconvenient) location.

Telemetry is being used to fulfil the people’s needs for remote data acquisition and control. Wireless telemetry systems today cost substantially less compared to what they did 10 to 15 years ago. Applications that were previously not economically feasible are now cost effective. The extraordinary expansion of mobile digital telephony, especially GSM (Global System for Mobile Communications) stimulated the development of telemetry applications. GPRS (General Packet Radio Service) which is piggy-backed on the free capacity available on the GSM networks offers the possibility to communicate cheaply from virtually everywhere. Open protocols (TCP/IP, HTTP) and formats (XML, WBXML) were embraced from the Internet community thus adding interoperability between different telemetry systems.

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