Evolved Horizon / Screenshots Evolved HorizonOverviewFAQDocumentationResourcesScreenshotsDownload An overview of the Evolved Horizon System. Stardots internet servers provides installation, licensing, and upgrades capabilities for the downloadable application. The application acquires signlas from various sensors and outputs through actuators using hardware devices such as the ARDUINO board. Data is visualized in real-time and stored in highly optimized databases for post-analysis and export. Perform advanced signal processing to your data. The module hierarchy tree; it describes how to configure an experiment (I/O) and how to analyze your data (analysis) Use any number and combination of sensors as long as the ARDUINO has sufficiently I/O pins. For a e.g., ARDUINO MEGA it means up to ~50 digital inputs, 16 analog inputs, ~50/3 thermo Couples and 50/4 PT 100/1000 RTDs. The device firmware will handle all of them with ease. Attach voltage-generating sensors, digital inputs, thermo-couples, PT100 and to a supported device (ARDUINO ZERO, MEGA, DUE) The cloud-powered JAVA-booter takes care of the licensing, upgrades and system requirements prior to starting the Launcher of the main application. The Main application is written in MATLAB programming language garantuees field-hardened analytics, superior graphics, and compatability and data exports for years or decades to come. The launcher interface of Evolved Horizon; configure new users, upload firmware, etc before launching the client/server Welcome screen of the Evolved Horizon. Choose any of the four interfaces depending on what you want to do. Configure modules, run experiment or analyze previous runs. Use the console for detailed output, commands and script generation. The modules are central to Evolved Horizon; they determine the experiment or the analysis. The Module Interface lets you view, create, delete, import, export and visualize hierarchies with ease. Each module may be configured using the settings panel; they are sorted under “Settings”, “Sub Modules” and “Advanced Settings” for great flexibility and control. Queue and run up to 64 experiments in the I/O interface. Combine many graphs from multiple channels for more data-driven insights. Automatically save into binary Big-Data capable databases Analysis GUI, showing an combined database viewer and exporter as well as a data-visualizer. Import old data, export data to the Excel(R) or .csv formats for further analysis and data compatibilitet. Any data may be opened with the MATLAB software from MathWorks. Analyze any number of previous experiments just by selecting them from your database. Perform various signal processing – for data-driven insights Change data visualization mode and colouring for easier understanding of e.g., data-distribution. Export raw data, filtered data or the image to many different formats. Stack all of the signal processing to view the combined effect. Evolved Horizon console and scripting capabilities, including calling sub-scripts. Useful for snapshot of a specific test-setup or various execution of commands. Visualize any module-module relationship with the hierarchy tool Export configurations, informations to common file formats such as Microsoft Excel, but also to ordinary text-files.