Telemetry is information technology that allows the measurement and the transcription of information that is of interest to the designer of the system or to the operator. The word comes from the Greek words tele= which means far and metron= which means measurement. The systems that need instructions and data sent, also need the counterpart of the telemetry, the remote control, in order to operate.

The telemetry is typically referred to as wireless communication (the use of a system that uses radio frequency to implement the connection of data), but data can also be transferred via other media, such as telephone networks, the computer or through an optic link.

This technology is particularly necessary for large complex systems, because monitoring, warnings and the recording of data for a secure and efficient operation are automatic.
This data is of fundamental importance and must be interpreted in the best way possible, so as to always have an excellent service.

Telemetry is also used for patients (biotelemetry) who are at risk from irregular heart problems, generally who are in a coronary ward. Measuring, recording and transmission equipment is attached to these patients. Recording data can be useful for the diagnosis of the condition of the patient, given by the doctor. An alarm can call the nurse if the patient is suffering from a serious or dangerous condition.
Other fields where you can find telemetry is where you find examples of species in danger. These animals are now commonly provided with instruments that vary from the simple name tag to a video camera. The GPS and the two way radio are able to give the exact position of the animal and any other information to scientists, producers, animal activists, regulators and to other authorities.
MediaWebView has also launched itself into a project called ‘WindFinder’ which is resolved to buy and then analyse, data regarding the wind, in order to study the energy that can be obtained from it.