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EEZ DIB

[EEZ DIB]

The aim of the EEZ DIB project is to enable the creating and management of modular open hardware T&M (Test & Measurement) solutions. Born out of frustration that solutions from reputable manufacturers are feature rich but closed in design and with expensive software licenses, an attempt have been made to fill the gap between such solutions and DIY/hobbyists solutions which although often open in design lack structure, documentation and completeness that could ensure further growth, development and support.

The hardware part of the project is EEZ BB3, an open source DIB chassis in a compact format that can accommodate up to 3 peripheral T&M modules which can be monitored locally via touchscreen display with responsive and attractive user interface or remotely via USB or Ethernet using Telnet, MQTT, JS and Node-RED. Additional autonomy and programmability has been achieved by adding support for MicroPython scripting.

The software part of the project is EEZ Studio, a free and open source cross-platform application that has two functions: a) visual editor that simplify and accelerate touchscreen GUI development and b) management of multiple EEZ BB3 and 3rd party T&M devices for the purpose of simple communication and acquisition, search and presentation of measurement data.

Run by Envox d.o.o.

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This project was funded through the NGI0 PET Fund, a fund established by NLnet with financial support from the European Commission's Next Generation Internet programme, under the aegis of DG Communications Networks, Content and Technology under grant agreement No 825310.

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