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SciDaQ

Location and Tracking application with statistical information

Location | Personal | Alerting
Location | Personal | Alerting
Location | Personal | Alerting
Location | Personal | Alerting

Location and Tracking application with statistical information

SciDaQ

Scidaq offers a comprehensive location Tracking system utilising IoT backbone to give a truly global personal alerting system.

With applications running on mainstream mobiles and wearables feeding the core and then logging, alerting and display of positions and any other recorded data.

Data and information can be logged and then analysed or played back. Logging control is in your hands, the core doesn't look anything beyond the last 1000 measurements. This keeps the application in line with data protection law. For more information contact us.

Features

User Editable Layout

User Editable Layout

SciDaQ panel display allows the user (with permission) to adjust the layout and configuration of the display. Users can move and resize any element, select inputs, and add a new element at any time.

Aims and Objectives

Aims and Objectives

The aim of this application is to provide a simple but comprehensive way to manage and monitor remote data aquisition units. Although not open source, it may become so. Extensive use of open source graphics units have been utilised, namely, graph.js, gauge.js.

Panel Display

Panel Display

The panel display shows a number of elements, e.g.
Chart display (electronic chart recorder) with multiple lines.
Bar graph display showing the value now of any feed, changes colour on alarm.
Gauge display showing one value and alarms.
Value display changing colour on alarm.
Annunciator showing a current status (alarm) and remaining invisible until an alarm.

Alarms

Alarms

You can define as many alarms as you need and each alarm can have as many alarm points as is need, each with a colour. Emails, texts and posts on any alarm boundary crossed, including geofences. This will report direct to a mobile device alerting and listened to the alarm

Controls

Controls

SciDaQ can connect to remote devices (like lights and central heating - if you have the correct hardware) and allow you to manage them. Both to switch on or off and to set the level. These controllers can be added to your panel and respond directly to user input.

MQTT

MQTT

Just added: The concentrator can now subscribe to external MQTT clients, and can be a client. More to follow. This will allow interconnection with Amazon, IBM and other global IoT centres. Using SciDaQ you can now both handle your own internal data and subscribe to rich sources of data.

Location Display

Location Display

Using leaflet for open street maps shows our ability to display unit location on any mapping system, either subscribed or open e.g. Google, Bing, Ordnance Survey, Admiralty Charts, MapQuest...etc.

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Features

User Editable Layout

User Editable Layout

SciDaQ panel display allows the user (with permission) to adjust the layout and configuration of the display. Users can move and resize any element, select inputs, and add a new element at any time.

Aims and Objectives

Aims and Objectives

The aim of this application is to provide a simple but comprehensive way to manage and monitor remote data aquisition units. Although not open source, it may become so. Extensive use of open source graphics units have been utilised, namely, graph.js, gauge.js.

Panel Display

Panel Display

The panel display shows a number of elements, e.g.
Chart display (electronic chart recorder) with multiple lines.
Bar graph display showing the value now of any feed, changes colour on alarm.
Gauge display showing one value and alarms.
Value display changing colour on alarm.
Annunciator showing a current status (alarm) and remaining invisible until an alarm.

Alarms

Alarms

You can define as many alarms as you need and each alarm can have as many alarm points as is need, each with a colour. Emails, texts and posts on any alarm boundary crossed, including geofences. This will report direct to a mobile device alerting and listened to the alarm

Controls

Controls

SciDaQ can connect to remote devices (like lights and central heating - if you have the correct hardware) and allow you to manage them. Both to switch on or off and to set the level. These controllers can be added to your panel and respond directly to user input.

MQTT

MQTT

Just added: The concentrator can now subscribe to external MQTT clients, and can be a client. More to follow. This will allow interconnection with Amazon, IBM and other global IoT centres. Using SciDaQ you can now both handle your own internal data and subscribe to rich sources of data.

Location Display

Location Display

Using leaflet for open street maps shows our ability to display unit location on any mapping system, either subscribed or open e.g. Google, Bing, Ordnance Survey, Admiralty Charts, MapQuest...etc.

Events

Diary

December

December
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TODAY
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January 2019
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Diary

December

December
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TODAY
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January 2019
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Features

User Editable Layout

User Editable Layout

SciDaQ panel display allows the user (with permission) to adjust the layout and configuration of the display. Users can move and resize any element, select inputs, and add a new element at any time.

Aims and Objectives

Aims and Objectives

The aim of this application is to provide a simple but comprehensive way to manage and monitor remote data aquisition units. Although not open source, it may become so. Extensive use of open source graphics units have been utilised, namely, graph.js, gauge.js.

Panel Display

Panel Display

The panel display shows a number of elements, e.g.
Chart display (electronic chart recorder) with multiple lines.
Bar graph display showing the value now of any feed, changes colour on alarm.
Gauge display showing one value and alarms.
Value display changing colour on alarm.
Annunciator showing a current status (alarm) and remaining invisible until an alarm.

Alarms

Alarms

You can define as many alarms as you need and each alarm can have as many alarm points as is need, each with a colour. Emails, texts and posts on any alarm boundary crossed, including geofences. This will report direct to a mobile device alerting and listened to the alarm

Controls

Controls

SciDaQ can connect to remote devices (like lights and central heating - if you have the correct hardware) and allow you to manage them. Both to switch on or off and to set the level. These controllers can be added to your panel and respond directly to user input.

MQTT

MQTT

Just added: The concentrator can now subscribe to external MQTT clients, and can be a client. More to follow. This will allow interconnection with Amazon, IBM and other global IoT centres. Using SciDaQ you can now both handle your own internal data and subscribe to rich sources of data.

Location Display

Location Display

Using leaflet for open street maps shows our ability to display unit location on any mapping system, either subscribed or open e.g. Google, Bing, Ordnance Survey, Admiralty Charts, MapQuest...etc.

Events