BP Data Explorer is a data reader, converter and file exporter OS X utility application for USB and Bluetooth (BT) connected blood pressure monitors. It’s compatible with Omron BP 791IT, BP 653, 654, 761 and 786. If there is a marketing demand we’ll add other devices to the list.
OS X 10.10 or later operating system, and for bluetooth connections, Bluetooth 4.0+ LTE is required. You can export your device data to Microsoft’s HealthVault and to health care systems.
Program features and screenshots are available at: http://sanfrancisco.life/apps/bp-data-explorer/
User manual is available at: http://sanfrancisco.life/apps/bp-data-explorer-faq/
Download the application from the Apple’s Mac AppStore.
- Data reading from blood pressure monitors.
- Two monitors can be atattached at the same time.
- Assigning profiles to each “A” and “B” user selection switches per devices.
- Saving device data to your local disk by merging with your existing archive. Previous readings will not be lost. There is no 100 record limit on archive.
- Exporting device data to external files in CSV, TXT, HTML, PDF or CCR format.
- Presenting device data in grid and graph.
- Printing device data and graph.
iBeacon is an indoor positioning system that can notify nearby iOS 7+ devices of their presence. The technology enables a smart phone or other device to perform actions when in close proximity – within 50-70 meters – to an iBeacon. They work outside just as well as they work inside.
We established our business in the U.S. when the Windows 98 was released and Steve Jobs introduced the first product after his return to Apple. We’d like to serve our local business partners for another 20 years or more with the newest technologies – mobile gadgets, phones, tablets, computers, office infrastructure and the emerging field of data cloud, data mining and new applications – along the way.
We have prepared a special web and database package for our local project partners. Details are available here.
There is no two identical projects or software products. There is no simple way to make an accurate estimate of the effort required to develop an application. We have to make initial estimates on the basis of user requirements. Technically it is used only to define your project budget, and the product will be adjusted so that the budget figure is realised. This is why you will not find fixed price tags on the web sites of custom software developers. As an indicative price we can say that a small project takes around 3-5 weeks, and usually costs around $10,000.
We are happy to announce that Google acquired RelativeWave that focuses on creating tools for other developers. Earlier this year they developed a well received iOS app for Lady Gaga’s ARTPOP album that combined musical and visual effects with technology.
RelativeWave of San Francisco is joining Google to continue the development of Form. “Form” is a prototyping tool making it easier for software developers to see what their mobile phone and tablet apps will look and act like before they create a final design.