vSignalyzer 14.0 – Professionally Display, Evaluate and Document Measurement Data

vSignalyzer is a convenient tool for efficiently evaluating measurement data of all types. It gives you extensive options for visualizing the data as well as functions for manual and automated analysis and reporting.

Measurement data acquired in network development, analysis and ECU calibration may be read-in from various file formats. The extensive function libraries and integrated data mining function lets you evaluate your measurement data manually or automatically with a focus on what is important. Powerful printing and reporting tools are integrated for documenting the results.

Highlights of new version 14.0 are:

  • Enables quick work, even with very large MDF4.x measurement files (4 giga samples per signal, over 200,000 measurement parameters)
  • Import of very large log files (> 4 GB) by support of ASAM MDF 4.x as target format
  • Signal-oriented offline analysis of Ethernet log files by extended database support (BLF, PCAP, ARXML)
  • Targeted documentation of the data mining results in a PDF document for a wide variety of measurement files by extensions to script functions
  • Import and display of GPS data from the NMEA-0183 standard format
  • Optimized display and quick computation of function results
  • Text windows for displaying measurement parameter windows that display measurement parameters, function results, tables and much more are easy to edit in external RTF editors
  • Local color functions let you individually highlight signals according to the application case in different display windows.
  • New objects and extended display options for Option Driver Assistance

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Get an idea of vSignalyzer with webinar recording "vSignalyzer 14.0 - New Features, Tips & Tricks for Perfect Analysis and Presentation of Measurement Data" (duration 55 minutes)


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vSignalyzer - Professionally Display, Evaluate and Document Measurement Data

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