SweepMe! is a creative and flexible test & measurement software. You can create procedures in short time by drag&drop of modules in a tree-like sequencer tool. Any device can be added via an open interface. Already implemented devices are used and shared across all users. We wish you a lot of fun while measuring and good results!
Happy new year and good results!
SweepMe! can be downloaded and used for free. Requires Windows 7 or higher.
by creating new procedures within a few clicks.
and make your equipment exchangable.
by 'programming' even if you cannot program.
working immediately at any place.
and extend your procedure at any time into any direction.
by sharing Device Classes.
to all your equipment of any interface.
and have fun while measuring!
Whenever a step has to be done again, it can eventually be automated. This rule can be applied to measurements and machines but also to how we think of computer programs. In SweepMe!, modular organized code snippets are once created by experienced developers. Later, newcomers can easily use them within their measurement procedures. Thus, people are empowered to do things where they do not have expertise and at the same time specialists can share their knowledge and have a wider outreach. With SweepMe! we would like to create a platform that is supporting this idea.
Test your ideas now, not later.
Learn measuring today.
Connect with Arduino and Raspberry Pi and visualize your project.
You only know afterwards whether it works.
Stress your devices to the end of the lifetime.
Tired of clicking the button again and again?
Stay dynamic and change your plans if needed.
Use sensors and actuators to create interactive installations.
.. have a background in applied physics and know how important it is to test new ideas immediately. We did our Ph.D. at TU Dresden and we put our experience and the feedback of our colleagues into SweepMe! to make it a software which is hopefully useful to you. We are open for any feedback and feature requests that improve SweepMe!, feel free to start a conversation (firstname.lastname@example.org).