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Modern Data Acquisition Software at DAQifi

06-07-2016 08:43 AM CET | Business, Economy, Finances, Banking & Insurance

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DENVER, CO - May 17th, 2016. Data acquisition (DAQ) systems on the market are cumbersome, hard to use, require a wired connection to a computer, and have antiquated software. Even worse, most DAQ software only allow the user to connect to a single DAQ device. Simply put, current DAQ systems provide a poor user experience. DAQifi is solving this problem by making user experience a priority. One opportunity to focus on user experience is through the desktop application.

In desktop applications, a modern user interface is important. Gone are the old, ugly interfaces of Windows 98, which most DAQ software still seem to gravitate towards. DAQifi has developed a modern desktop application with the user in mind. The user easily and intuitively adds multiple DAQifi devices to a single computer, configures channels, and starts logging data in under a minute. DAQifi devices are connected wirelessly to the user’s computer through the user’s already existing wireless network. The user can have flexibility on where to place the DAQifi devices; no need to run long wires to the computer. This means remote logging is easy!

Another key to great user experience is listening to the user’s needs. DAQifi developed a minimum viable product (MVP) which included basic features users would expect such as: real-time data logging, archiving the data, and exporting the data to Excel so it can be analyzed. In beta testing, DAQifi quickly validated that being able to downsample and average data was a key for customers to manage large amounts of data. This feature was added to the MVP and is now widely used.

Other features of DAQifi’s Desktop Application include: analog input, analog output, digital input, digital output, input scaling (both linear and quadratic), input filtering, essential analysis tools (min, max, average, and standard deviation), multiple graphics, connecting to multiple DAQifi devices, control of digital outputs, triggers, conditional logic to control outputs based on input levels, and emailing data directly from the application.

About DAQifi
DAQifi is a small engineering company specializing in tools for sensing, data acquisition, and controls. Our goal is to modernize data acquisition so that users can focus more on the data itself rather than the data collection process. Learn more at www.daqifi.com.

Press Contact:
Name: Tyler Kron
Title: Senior Software Engineer
Email: tkron@daqifi.com

DAQifi is a small engineering company specializing in tools for sensing, data acquisition, and controls. DAQifi is owned by Tacuna Systems and got its start providing hardware solutions and service for the strain/load measurement industry. The company's four majority partners share a common goal of providing top performing products at a great value to their customers. Although offering products at reasonable prices is an important aspect of providing value, we know value cannot be viewed in terms of price alone.

Tyler Kron
https://www.daqifi.com/
1-800-550-0280
6942 E. Jewell Ave
Denver, CO 80224
USA
contact@daqifi.com

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