Software Blog

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4.41 is our first release in 2019. It contains small changes that lead to more stability.

Following changes were applied since 4.4...

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The ANDATA Tools Fall Release 4.4 focuses on stability and performance improvements that aim at making a more efficient workflow possible. A major new feature in Stipulator is the possibility to use an intermediate storage (cache) of processed signals in memory. Through this new feature it is possible to speed up a repeated generation of plots or execution of calculations based on the same data. Moreover ...

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To make ANDATA tools better for our customers, we aim for continuous and regular releases. Every update of our tools includes improvements for speed and reliability, as well as many user requests arising from our Support process or direct contact with our customers...

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A lot of sensor vendors like Velodyne, IBEO, and similar ones provide ethernet interfaces for their sensors. This enables an easy way to record a huge ammount sensor data in Wireshark format. Further the ethernat format becomes more and more established for numerous differnt sensors types...

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The major improvement with respect to version 4.3 concerns the tool documentation. User Guides for Stipulator, BrainerMapper and Expectator have been rewritten, significant parts of them completely from scratch, and thoroughly reviewed...

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From now on there is a first beta version of ANDATA's new Geographic Information Systems Toolbox for selected customers and projects available.

The Geographic Information Systems Toolbox is a tool for labeling and specifically analysing trajectories from Naturalistic Driving Data, Field Operational Test Data (FOT), fitnes-trackers, GPS trackers, etc. an assigning geographical and spatial context information to that data...

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The major improvement to version 4.2 is a totally new Data Matrix (DM) concept...

 

Further details for the software can be requested from support@andata.at.