ZAPS Technologies provides services for water quality monitoring. The company’s flagship product is LiquID Station. It’s a system that measures water quality in real time and without reagents.
One of the key requirements was to rewrite the software using C++ and Java. The solution was initially based on the LabVIEW platform, which restricted its extensibility.
We hired Softeq to convert prototype software into production-level software, across the whole gamut from machine-level code all the way to web user interface.
The Softeq team carried out system porting to Linux and developed a number of Java-driven interfaces to enable the software to seamlessly communicate with specific hardware devices:
LiquID Station supports remote data access through a secure web user interface (WUI) enabling:
The networking and remote access security is ensured with the SSL and SSH protocols, respectively. The roles and passwords are segregated to enable secure system updating and remote management.