Entry from British & World English dictionary
noun[mass noun] Computing
The action or process of gathering data, especially from an automatic device, control system, or sensor: online data capture [as modifier]: a data capture device
More example sentences
- Non-Tablet devices of this class already exist, they're fairly light, have longish battery life, and specialist software that's designed for pen input, mobile data capture, computing on the move and in hostile environments, and so on.
- Technology spending will increase relatively more in downstream processes, such as clinical trial management systems, electronic data capture, and electronic lab notebooks.
- Buongiorno also offers the unique technical capabilities that we required for the campaign - integration of email marketing, SMS, data capture and viral activity.
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