MySQL is the open-source database system most commonly used in web application development. It is flexible and supports many features such as transaction processing, replication and data backup. It is compatible with many programming languages and is often used in combination with other open-source technologies.

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Software for Laboratory Measuring Device

Rotronic HygroLab users work in a web application environment, which can be also connected remotely via PC or tablet. Or they can connect a USB drive or external keyboard and mouse to the device for more convenient operation. The application allows to operate up to 4 measurings simultaneously, either in standard mode or using the faster AW Quick measurement. The progress of the measurement can then be monitored in a live graph and all measurement results are stored for later analysis as documents. These can be forwarded in PDF or CSV format by email, saved to a USB drive or directly to a PC when connected remotely to the application. An essential part of the application is the admin section with the settings of documents, the device itself and user rights. For fast work with documents, automatic naming of documents in the application as well as naming of files with documents is important. We are also working on new app features. For example, on a new login option using Active Directory. This will allow companies to use their own user accounts. There will be no need to create new user accounts in the application.


Tyre Searching

In the form of a web application, we have made a database of all vehicles produced and sold available to dealers so that they can search for all the tyre combinations suitable for a specific vehicle by VIN code. The database contains a lot of records, so it was necessary to optimize the speed so that users could get the data immediately and not have to wait.


Smart IoT Devices Development

We have developed smart devices (so-called loggers) that collect and send data from around the world via GSM. Thanks to solar panels, we have achieved exceptional durability and self-sufficiency, while low weight allows for mounting small animals. We also created a firmware that makes our devices work, and finally, we have developed a reliable application that allows scientists to collect and evaluate all the data they need for their work.