Nowadays, product development often involves working with teams spread across the world, with for example hardware development in the US, software development in India, and manufacturing in China. Resolving issues may require several members of the teams to gather data and work together, and beside the distance issue, you have to handle different timezones too. GradientOne may help facilitating hardware and firmware debugging by connecting test equipments such as oscilloscopes, spectrum analyzers, frequency generators and others to the cloud, so that data can easily be shared, and any member of the team control the equipment remotely, even automatizing measurements if needed. It could also be useful to field application engineers who may bring portable equipment to the customer premises, and have one engineer investigate issues remotely.
- Web user interface to control instruments, set parameters (e.g. trigger, acquisition type, etc), via the web interface.
The company already did the hard work, and current supports Tektronix MDO3000 series oscilloscopes + function generator, Tektronix MDO4000/MSO200/DPO 2000 & DPO 4000 series oscilloscopes, as well as Agilent/Keysight U2000 power meters, and more support is planned for Agilent 859xA/B series spectrum analyzers, Agilent 8340/1 A/B RF signal generators, Chroma 62000P series power supplies, Agilent 34401A digital multimeters.
Customer will benefits from data storage, organization, search, reporting, collaboration, signal replay, etc… through the interface.
- API to work with any existing test script to support sending test data and instrument configuration to GradientOne cloud as well as retrieve the data/configuration.
The HTTP(S) & JSON API is useful to add instruments not yet supported by the Web UI, and for customers who want to keep using their existing instrument scripts but securely (OAuth 2.0 authenticate) store and retrieve data from GradientOne cloud.
The promo video below quickly shows some of the features of GradientOne service.
The company also offer on-site or online (Google Hangouts) live demos to interested companies. More details can be found on GradientOne website.
Jean-Luc started CNX Software in 2010 as a part-time endeavor, before quitting his job as a software engineering manager, and starting to write daily news, and reviews full time later in 2011.
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