Any real-time solution on DEWESoft 7?

Motoshi Abe

Posted on 12.12.2017 10:44
I’m not programmer but need to crate concept with feasibility for the following diagram
Logging data on laptop A is storing as binary (.d7d) but I’d like to use some GPS information at laptop B by mostly real time for HD map plot.

1) What is the recommended solution with less delay in this case?

2) Can we convert to csv a part of data on time using DWDataReader.dll on laptop A?

Your support is much appreciated.

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DEWESoft Support
Technical support
Posted on 15.12.2017 15:29


the solution that we offer for this kind of application is called DEWESoft NET. Using this functionality, you can have multiple units connected to the same network, each with a specific task. In your case, the A system would probably be a slave measurement unit, while the B system would be a master client. The master client can control the measurement and also see the same data as on the slave unit. There are of course other possibilities as well.

You can read more about it here: https://www.dewesoft.com/pro/course/dewesoft-net-2...

Please note that only the devices that will have hardware connected directly to them require a license upgrade. If you have any further questions, please let me know.

Motoshi Abe

Posted on 18.12.2017 05:01

Thanks for your suggestion. I Understood your solution.

Let me ask more the following solution to use other interface tool on Laptop B.
there is real-time plot tool on Laptop B using TCP/IP port with NMEA0183 (Positioning information format).
Simply, I'd like to convert from bin to NMEA format on Laptop A using your API and transfer to Laptop B with TCP port base.
Is this solution would be possible by real-time or less delay if we have good understanding of API with programmer?

Your support is much approciated.

DEWESoft Support
Technical support
Posted on 18.12.2017 06:38


yes, that would be possible as well. You can use TCP/IP communication to control DEWESoft and read its data on a remote client. The data will however need to be parsed on your end. The other option is to use DCOM to control the measurement and extract the data.

The TCP/IP way is probably easier to set up, but will take some work to get the data and has limited possibilities of control. DCOM can be a bit harder to set up, but you don't need to parse the data and the interface has a ton of options. The links below, including the whole developers section are a good pace to start.

DCOM online guide: http://www.dewesoft.com/assets/dcom/DCOMManual_dws...

NET tutorial: http://www.dewesoft.com/download?file=DEWESoft_NET...

Motoshi Abe

Posted on 19.12.2017 00:11

Thank you for your support.
This is what I'm looking for!

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