October 2012, Vol. 239 No. 10


Measurement Data Synchronization: Achieving One Version Of The Truth

This article offers a look at streamlining operations between the field and the office by automatically synchronizing measurement data. Even in an era of smart phones, tablets and wireless everything, many companies are still drowning in paperwork. The complex logistics and procedures required to gather operational data from the field, synchronize it with more data at the head office, and then determine management and operational needs can create mountains of paper forms and collection sheets. Beyond simply creating clutter and being an environmental nuisance, relying on paper records for fieldwork exposes a company to additional potential hazards, including issues of data acc

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