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TOPIC: Progress Blog - measurement database.

#164 6 years 6 months ago
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recommend using Scala or python scripts for this
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#167 6 years 6 months ago
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We would be interested to see how you might be able to help us.

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#271 6 years 5 months ago
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Hello Bob

I don't know if that could help you .. maybe inspiring or reused from a project I have done for ESA some years ago.

see here

www.sasw-ch.com/Liens_produits.html#Monitoring

It's a system for Monitoring & Control, within ESA/Galileo project ... I did it to improve the disponibility of systems for near 100 systems spread over the world that are each sending about 45 telemetries every 2 secondes ... maybe what you will have to face in the future B)

In bref, a system made of sensors, electronic cards to collect sensors data, data pushed on servers as .cvs , connect to servers to collect the .cvs sensors data, analyse data, then to allow users to observe things through indicators/ dashboards/ graphs /automatic reports , get alerts and predictions, get automatic reports with graphics ...


for reusability, it has been done with WinDev (PCSoft ) ... the database is free ... a free express version is available ... but for puriste it is not opensource.

So see/ask me if something could help ... great pleasure for me if it can help you !

Regards

Didier
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#272 6 years 5 months ago
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Hello Didier,

Thank you for your kind offer. We should find a time to chat, even if we can't make use of your previous work - your experience and insights might really help hone the tools we are developing.

Some of these tools are soon to be opened up and you might be a good person to help guide developers with the correct skills that might take us further faster.

We are considering having areas of the forum here for teams to work together on various aspects of the project. We will need people to take charge of different threads and report back so that as things scale they are still manageable. Please let us know if that is something that you could do.

Thanks again.

Bob
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#274 6 years 5 months ago
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Hello Bob

Yes, it's something I can do :)

You can ask Michel to get my Skype coordinates ...

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Didier
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#280 6 years 5 months ago
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Hi Didier,

Awesome - let's touch base sometime this week.

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