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Deutsch: Überwachung / Español: Monitoreo / Português: Monitoramento / Français: Surveillance / Italiano: Monitoraggio /

In the aerospace context, monitoring refers to the process of continuously observing, measuring, and collecting data about various aspects of an aerospace system or process. This can include monitoring the performance of aircraft and other aerospace systems, monitoring the environment in which the systems operate, and monitoring the health and well-being of personnel involved in aerospace operations.

Monitoring is an important aspect of the aerospace industry because it helps to ensure the safety and reliability of aerospace systems and processes. By continuously collecting data about the performance of aircraft and other aerospace systems, it is possible to identify problems or potential issues before they become serious, and to take steps to correct them. Monitoring can also help to ensure that aerospace systems are operating within the design limits and meeting the performance requirements set by regulatory agencies and other authorities.

There are many different types of monitoring that may be carried out in the aerospace industry, including structural monitoring, environmental monitoring, and health monitoring. These types of monitoring may be performed using a variety of technologies and methods, such as sensors, data loggers, and monitoring equipment.

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