Hadoop Management System
OceanSync is an Hadoop Management System that allows users to control a variety of aspects of Hadoop. This includes a Graphical User Interface that allows a user to perform HDFS maintenance tasks and submit new jobs to the cluster. The OceanSync product sits on top of any Hadoop Architecture.
OpenDDS is open source publish/subscribe middleware
OpenDDS is an open source implementation of the Object Management Group (OMG) Data Distribution Service (DDS), providing a publish/subscribe middleware solution for real-time distributed systems. OpenDDS includes development and run-time tools. Full product information, source code, documentation, build instructions, and license information are available from http://www.opendds.org. Commercial support and training for OpenDDS are available. OpenDDS is in production use today by organizations in the Aerospace/Defense, Manufacturing/Fabrication, Finance, and other domains.
OpenRPN is an initiative to design and produce ultra high-quality calculator hardware and software for advanced students and professional users.
WebApps and native Apps for aircraft performance
WebApps/Apps for aircraft performance. POH Performance computes all the useful performance numbers for flight planning for the Socata TBM, the Beechcraft Baron and Bonanza, and the Cessna 172 aircraft. It includes calculations for takeoff, landing, climb, cruise, descent, instrument procedures as well as emergencies. It also includes an interactive hold calculator, a risk analysis tool, and an emergency glide distance calculator that handles head and tailwinds. POH Performance is also available on other mobile devices and as a WebApp (an App that runs in a browser) that runs on a variety of platforms (PC, Mac, tablets, phones). The cloud sync feature allows flight planning profiles entered on any device to be synchronized with your other devices when connected to the Internet. POH Performance is a free, open-source development effort.
Pixcon is an SDK for windows & linux designed to promote the development of graphic applications, games, & image rendering.
A collection of MATLAB tools for PIV, PTV, particle sizing, and more.
Qi is a collection of MATLAB tools for the quantitative analysis of flow field images. Our Particle Image Velocimetry (PIV) tool, prana, implements a Robust Phase Correlation kernel for PIV analysis, and now includes Particle Tracking Velocimetry and sizing tools. Tools for pressure calculation, proper orthogonal decomposition (POD), and 3d imaging are under development.
Designs and animates sequential relative work skydive jumps
RW Trainer is a bilingual Windows application that allows skydivers to design, optimize, animate and print sequential relative work jumps. A "must have" for serious Formation Skydiving competitors, very useful also for judges, FAI rules designers or just beginner relative workers.
Robots Anywhere, by Riley August and Matteo Borri, is a robot control system using Android based mobile phones. It is able to stream audio and video from a robot anywhere connectivity is available. It can even use SMS for control and telemetry.
Web Radio Frequency path analysis
Web interface for the radio analysis code integrated in Flightgear.
Drivers and APIs for common i2c chips.
MicMac is a software for solving image matching problems, specially those arising in geographic context. It is highly customizable at the algorithmic level and for the data input (image format and geo-localization).
GUI for MScSim flight dynamics model.