Human Data Acquisition & Control
- May 17, 2022 3:12 pm GMT
I have spent most of my career in the electric utility industry in three technologies that are all about data acquisition and control: supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA), advanced metering infrastructure (AMI) and protective relaying.
This post will cover a different type of data acquisition and control which is used for humans, and more specifically their diseases. However, there is huge difference in timing. Whereas the above utility technologies are a better part of a century old, the technologies we will review below are much younger.
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