Acroamatics launches telemetry data display and analysis tool


Acroamatics has released a tool for displaying and analyzing data and carrying out systems operations in telemetry systems.

The Acroamatics Display and Analysis Tool (ADAT) is supplied as  an operating system-independent software package and provides an extensible environment for setup and control of all Acroamatics’ Telemetry Data Processing (TDP) systems.

ADAT is a network friendly, user-configurable widget-based telemetry system desktop and data display environment. In addition to the customizable dashboard’s recording playback, and real-time quick look displays, the ADAT offers precise post-system telemetry measurement data analysis.

The package is delivered for use on either a 64-bit Windows 10 (Secure Host Baseline validated) or Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 Acroamatics telemetry processing platform, allowing the Telemetry Data Processing (TDP) system to be tailored to the user’s preferred OS environment. Applicable DISA STIGs are applied and support is available to maintain compliance with the latest cyber security requirements.

ADAT’s integration with Acroamatics’ rackmount or portable TDP systems offer an unmatched ability to deliver true deterministic multi-stream telemetry data decommutation and processing, scalable from 1 to 16 streams. The flagship TDP dual bus embedded processor architecture is targeted at high-performance field and range data center operations applications, and is scalable to meet field portable, test bench, production test, and control room applications with equal benefit.

Gary Thom, president of Acroamatics said, “Our high-performance telemetry processing solutions provide users with a winning combination of the most unique architectural and functional advantages on the market.

“We are proud to assure our customers that the products they receive are of the highest quality, reliability, and consistency. We are dedicated to ensuring the highest levels of customer satisfaction by designing and delivering exceptional products and providing extraordinary customer service.”

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