Software Development

With our IT-team of experienced analysts and programmers FIELAX offers customized software solutions designed specifically for scientific datasets and devices.

  • Software for managing and processing temperature dataWeb applications using database access
  • Web mapping applications and OGC web services (WMS, WFS)
  • Data interfaces
  • GIS tools, add-ins and tool boxes for ESRI ArcGIS
  • Desktop application e. g. for Windows
  • Scriptbased processes and tools
  • Microprocessor applications and embedded systems
  • 3D temperature evolution models
  • Software for managing and processing temperature data

Data collection framework for Research & Science

The Alfred Wegener Institute (AWI) is a pioneer in digitalisation of research data acquisition processes. They use a FIELAX data collection framework to automatically collect data from various research platforms worldwide such as drift buoys in the Arctic, satellite base stations or moving vessels. The framework continuously collects so called "near real time" (NRT) data via protocols like FTP, SMB or IMAP. Regular expressions and filters help to specify only a subset of data files / emails to be downloaded. Post-processing scripts can be automatically triggered after a successful download. Read more

Map viewer for sea floor images

The brand new "OFOS-Viewer" (Ocean Floor Observation System) combines map and seabed image gallery in a user-friendly web tool. Images, geo positions and meta information from several stations and campaigns can be aggregated and visualized. The tool is currently available at www.awi.de: Select a station and go!

Web portal DSHIP-Devices.de

For the Alfred-Wegener-Institut Helmholtz-Zentrum für Polar- und Meeresforschung we developed a web-based platform for a unified naming of scientific device types used on German research vessels. Device types may be added and updated, may be reviewed and applied by curators and finally downloaded as XML lists from the research vessels themselves for speaking a unique "language". The project was implemented with the PHP Symfony framework and MySQL database.