Evolved Horizon 1.08 released!

Evolved Horizon 1.08 released!

Stardots is pleased to announce that we are now supporting the lovely Adafruit MAX31855 and MAX31865 breakout boards for K-type thermocouples and PT100/1000 elements. Specify the pin location and you are ready for high-speed, high range, or high precision, temperature readings. Any combination of analog input, PT100 or K-type thermocouple is allowed; turn your Arduino into a sensor powerhouse within minutes!

Major release features:

Hardware: Adafruit MAX31855 15 bit K-Type thermocouple amplifier. SPS: ~1000/#channels

Hardware: Adafruit MAX31865 15 bit RTD amplifier (PT100/1000 elements). SPS: ~10/#channels

DSP: Noise reduction/smoothing: Polynomial Smoothing using Savitzky-Golay technique. Could render more accurately noise reduction compared to moving statistics. Possible to remove e.g., 50 Hz noise.

DSP: Differential Calculus: Visualize the gradient (slope, derivative) of your data. Twice to see the second derivative.

See release notes for all new features and bug fixes.

Download Evolved Horizon, and our Azure powered booter today!

Evolved Horizon DSP

Evolved Horizon lets you combine and apply custom smooth-, scale- and transform-DSPs to your I/O data in matter of seconds, for fast data insights. See example below; first we smoothed (twice) the data using a simple symmetric moving mean with a window of 10 points. Then we scaled the data with both respect of the data and time, using an arbitrary function. Then we performed numerical integration. All DSPs are combined simple by clicking a button. Export the final plot and its data to .xlsx or .csv format, for your final analysis or further export/storage.

Evolved Horizon 1.07 released!

Just released Evolved Horizon 1.07, packed with many new analytical tools, see screen-shots and change log below. Just restart the application and receive the upgrade. We also built a new Window installer, for easier installation.

New Features:

  •  Analysis Interfacfe:
    • Export current plot to Excel/.csv file
    • Export database entries (including all data)
    •  Added Advanced panel
    • Colormap changer – Not happy with our default colors? Change them! :-). Added Earth (parula), Spectra (jet), Space (cool) and Sun (hot). (Matlab equivalence)
    •    New plot-type “Histogram”
    •    DSP selector: add, combine and remove loaded DSP and visualize directly onto screen.
    •   New Class “DSP” – digital signal processing
      • Perform analysis of I/O data using various filters etc.


  • New Modules:
    •  DSP Module: Moving Statistics Smoothing
      •  Smooth noisy data using moving mean and moving medians.   Configure symmetric and asymmetric window widths.  Perform moving sum, product, minimum, maximum, standard deviation, and variance statistics.
    • DSP Module: Integral Calculus
      • Perform numerical integral calculations using the trapezoid method.


  • Hardware Support:
    • Added limited hardware support for the Arduino MEGA 2560
    • Added limited hardware support for the Arduino DUE (in the form of .bin file. Upload is done manually using appropriate uploader.)
    • Download firmware packages here.



Evolved Horizon 1.07 Analytical Interface. change plot type, colormaps, and perform various (self-defined) digital signal processing (DSP) calculations on your data.

Thanks Mats @ http://underhuset.com/ for creating Stardots’ logos

“Stardots” derives from stars and space, as the representation of exploration and discovery, and connecting the dots as an illustrative of gained insight. The by-line articulate our core mission: Let data be the our guiding star in the course of development.
Evolved Horizon™ is the name of the now available product that hopefully evolve the horizon of the data from experimental set-ups including sensors.

Evolved Horizon™ is launched!

CEO, Daniel Petrini is toasting with invited guests

Daniel is demonstrating Evolved Horizon

Chairman, Hanno Lindroth, is giving a speach about the journey so fare

The core team is celebrating the launch

Evolved Horizon™ is launched! A system for acquiring, storing and analyzing sensor data

  • No programming needed
  • Hardware support for ARDUINO
  • Combine modules to near infinite possibilities
  • Your data is your data