ACNexus is a bluetooth sensor device, communicating with various clients such as mobile phones. The software suite consists of: ACNexusBT (Arduino firmware), ACNexusMobile (J2ME Phone App), ACNexusQC (Quartz Composer Plugin), ACNexusX (OS X app)
Old versions of the interpreter.
This is a new math-oriented programming language. Designed by the mexican industrial engineering student Alan Zatarain and released to the public under the common free-software license.
A toolkit for processing and visualising sensor data in real time with support for use with embedded platforms.
A framework for highly customisable e-commerce: A system for automatically build an e-commerce interface supporting product´s contraints and properties.
A simple and incredibly powerful tool for scripting and fuzzing arbitrary network protocols written using the Chicken Scheme-to-C compiler.
Making use of the MathLink protocol, GITM allows Mathematica from Wolfram Research to communicate with devices over a GPIB (IEEE 488) bus. Typically GITM would be used to collect data from test instruments and to use the data within Mathematica.
Library to control radio transceivers and receivers
The Hamlib project's purpose is to develop flexible and portable shared libraries that offer a standardized API to control any radio oriented equipment through a computer interface.
HEYU is a program for controlling lights and appliances over a CM11 powerline interface. It can store a schedule of events in the CM11 memory for disconnected operation, and use an optional RF receiver for processing signals from supported transmitters.
Calculations in a text document
Mavscript allows the user to do calculations in a text document. Plain text, LaTeX and OpenOffice Writer files (.odt) are supported. The calculation is done by the algebra system Yacas (default), Jasymca or by the Java interpreter BeanShell.
MonomeSerial is a serial-to-OSC application for the monome series of devices (www.monome.org) We haven't bundled it into a release yet, so source files are in svn. Executables are available at monome.org for the time being.
The Multi-Simulator Interface (MSI) is a simulation interconnection engine. It connects simulations by synchronizing their clocks and data. It is a light-weight HLA alternative.
OpenDragon is a collection of external objects for the Max graphical environment from Cycling '74 (http://www.cycling74.com/products/maxmsp.html) that focuses on device interfaces.
OpenLAB is a developing environment to give the flexibility of a programming language as Python combined with graphical built-in tools for simulation, measurement, and control such as temperature monitoring, PID, SCADA, simulation and control systems.
Scientific table server and relay
Refinery is a scientific table server for relaying between data sources and statistical software.
Python based reader for SnowMicroPen® .pnt measurements
SnowMicroPyn is an opensource reader for SnowMicroPen® files in binary .pnt format. The reader is Python based and published as source code as well as compiled executable for Windows, Linux and Mac. The software is preliminary, thus please report bugs. For further information, please read the Readme.txt in the download section. The SnowMicroPen® (SMP) is developed by the WSL Institute for Snow and Avalanche Research, Davos. The SMP is the first high-resolution snow penetrometer. It is capable of measuring the bonding force between snow grains, with both high spatial resolution and high speed. The SMP can be used in different application areas as snow profiling (avalanche forecasting, snow stratigraphy, remote sensing ground truth), ski track characterization (ski racing) or snow runway characterization (stability testing).
StatPaper is a notebook-style front end a la Mathematica or Maple for the R Statistical Environment/Language.
Go to github.com/vlm/asn1c for the latest version.
This ASN.1 compiler turns ASN.1 specifications into C code. The asn1c is shipped together with conformant BER/DER/XER/PER codecs. The X.509, GSM TAP3, MEGACO, RRC and LDAP encoding and decoding examples are part of the source code distribution. NOTE: THE asn1c PROJECT HAS LARGELY MOVED TO GITHUB: http://github.com/vlm/asn1c
FREESECS is an open-source project for SEMI SECS standards. The software is compiled with GNU autotools/GCC and runs on Linux, MacOS X, NetBSD. See http://opensecs.sourceforge.net
JTAG base library, ARM7TDMI and MIPS debugger stubs for GDB. Extendable architecture to add JTAG device drivers, debuggers, and custom JTAG applications.