Allows instant data sharing and recall directly on an oscilloscope with an ultra-smooth visualisation and analysis capabilities
A large number of oscilloscope users need to transfer data off the scope. But concerns regarding secure access and instant data saving don’t allow them.
Facilitating large data collaboration directly on an oscilloscope, PC, phone or tablet is the new TekDrive, which enables ultimate ease and accuracy in data accessibility and collaboration, and the ability to instantaneously share and recall data directly on an oscilloscope, eliminating the need for cumbersome data-sharing practices.
The software provides ultra-smooth visualisation and analysis capabilities that support any modern browser, including options to view, zoom, pan, measure, decode and analyse full test and measurement data on any device without the need for any additional software.
TekDrive has a clean, easy-to-use interface for file organisation, management, search, upload and download. It can be easily integrated with secure vendor-agnostic REST APIs for scripting, automation and analysis. The TekCloud Developer Program allows a secure way for third-party developers to add native TekDrive capability to their devices, instruments and software applications.
“Engineers need their own workspace in the cloud to securely manage complicated, real-time data from their oscilloscopes. TekDrive fulfils that need, whether they are working in the lab or at home,” says David Sulpy, chief information officer at Tektronix.
“Aggregating data from various instruments has always been a challenge. Engineers often use unsecured USB sticks, or worse, snap photos of the instrument’s screen with a phone,” says Siddharth Deliwala, director of laboratory programs at the University of Pennsylvania. “Being able to share data directly from instruments via TekDrive is a breakthrough for engineering teams in the commercial and academic space to learn and innovate efficiently.”
TekDrive is now available from Tektronix in many regions and will be released globally over the coming months.