Numerous vehicle manufacturers and their key suppliers have already chosen our platform-independent, multilingual software: for their research and development processes, jBEAM provides them with a strategic, global solution that includes both universal and application-specific data analysis, calculation and reporting capabilities.
Analyzing and visualizing measurement data with jBEAM software
jBEAM – the comprehensive software solution for analyzing, visualizing and reporting on measurement data. jBEAM can be used both as a desktop program and in web-based measurement data management (MDM) systems such as MaDaM.
Measurement data acquisition, analysis and visualization with charge amplifiers and software from Kistler
Explained in 4 minutes
General product features
- Support for more than 100 file formats with automatic reload when file content changes
- Multiple graphical elements for visualization of data, real-time and input controls
- Synchronization of measurement data with video and GPS data, also visualization of data using map section servers such as Google Maps or OpenStreetMap
- Flexible report generation with freely configurable headers and footers, font templates, and multilingual report layouts
- Automatic resampling to a common time grid
- Block diagram to visualize data dependencies within a jBEAM project
- Can be extended with CEA Java components, Groovy or Python scripts and MATLAB functions via MATLAB wrappers
- Access to the ASAM-ODS database
Applications for jBEAM
Data from engines and turbochargers
jBEAM enables comprehensive analysis of engine test data thanks to features such as automatic detection of speed/manifold pressure test points based on continuous time signals. Map matrices are calculated and visualized either on a mathematical level or for display purposes. Difference plots showing map differences between two tests are also supported. As an additional benefit, jBEAM allows interactive fitting: manually changeable cursors make it possible to define sections through the maps which can then be calculated and compared. By default, jBEAM supports combustion engines as well as electric motors in two operating modes (operation as motor or generator). ISO power lines can be added to the graphical representation in no time at all.