Graphical processing software

  • 09-Aug-2011 09:33 EDT
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Version 7 of nCode GlyphWorks graphical test data processing software system from HBM features optimized testing, a product option that helps define improved, efficient durability test schedules. Benefits include an increased understanding of how real-world usage compares to testing scenarios. Designed to handle large amounts of data, GlyphWorks provides a graphical, process-oriented environment; users drag and drop building blocks to create an analysis workflow. Processes created can be locked-down and distributed, improving speed of analysis. GlyphWorks provides a range of data-processing capabilities with options such as fatigue analysis, accelerated testing, and frequency domain tools for ride quality and rotating machinery analysis. Features include functions for time, frequency, and statistical analysis, as well as synchronized GPS and video displays.

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