Remote Data Analysis
Definition - What does Remote Data Analysis mean?
Remote data analysis refers to the collection and processing of corrosion related properties from a substrate's surface or equipment from a distance. Data collection tools are installed once on the equipment to be monitored and signals are then periodically transmitted to another location for review.
Corrosionpedia explains Remote Data Analysis
Remote data analysis systems are computerized systems used to collect information in an electronic format. It primarily applies to a group of software used for clinical or trial studies data.
Typically, remote data analysis systems provide:
- A graphical user interface for data entry
- A validation and/or calculation component to check user data
- A reporting tool for analysis of the data
Remote data analysis software began to be widely used in the 1980s on portable computers with attached modems.