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for the puposes of data protection legislation, data is information which is being processed by means of equipment operating automatically in response to instructions given for that purpose, is recorded with the intention that it should be processed by means of such equipment, or is recorded as part of a relevant filing system or with the intention that it should form part of a relevant filing system. It need not be held on a computer.
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The diagnostic equipment segment is estimated to dominate the automotive diagnostic scan tools market in terms of value, followed by diagnostic software and repair & diagnostic data segments.
Covance generates more safety and efficacy data for the approval of innovative medicines than any other company in the world, and LabCorp has longitudinal diagnostic data from more than 75 million patients.
Reportedly, this implementation will use the Accenture Connected Vehicle Business Service, which can help automakers deliver on-board and back-end systems necessary to create connected vehicles, as well as provide the integration with content providers, real-time vehicle diagnostic data and overall programme management.
Once programmed, an embedded Modbus interface allows the safety relay to easily communicate diagnostic data to associated controllers or graphic terminals, www.
Once programmed, an embedded Modbus interface allows the safety relay to easily communicate diagnostic data to Allen-Bradley Micro800 controllers, PanelView graphic terminals or CompactLogix controllers.
The beginnings of John's difficulties are narrated and his specific deficits are described, interspersed with diagnostic data and neurological theory.
The module offers a variety of diagnostic data, and is field configurable using onboard DIP switches.
Using historical measurement, calibration and diagnostic data from the sensor, the data management system enables users to predict maintenance and calibration frequency and estimate sensor life.
In addition to his new role as the co-chair of the North America I&C committee, Brian will continue his work at SEMI as the co-chair of the North America Diagnostic Data acquisition (DDA) Task Force, co-chair of the North America GEM 300 Task Force, and chair of the North America HB-LED Software Working Group.
After receiving the diagnostic data, the physician can review it with the patient, discuss symptoms, diagnose and treat, and recommend follow-up care as needed.
Diagnostic data generated by advanced technologies and personalized metric data from wireless applications will place an extra burden on the health care profession.
The global health care industry generates 30% of the world's data and that data is growing at a rate of 8% per year, largely driven by increased automation of health care systems and machine-generated diagnostic data such as MRIs.

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