Wizkers.io has been adopted by many organizations. Find out about Wizkers.io-powered projects below and check our support and documentation for more technical information. 

Wizkers:Nuclear for NRDC

    Geiger counters remote monitoring and management in Washington DC   

  

 Geiger counters remote monitoring and management in Washington DC

  

NRDC: has deployed a network of Geiger counters in the Washington DC area, and manages and monitors them remotely with Wizkers.io, hosted on Amazon Web Services. All sensor data is visualized and logged on Wizkers.io and shared with Safecast.org thanks to the Wizkers.io output connector system.


WIZKERS:NUCLEAR For International medcom

IMI Gateway running on a prototype of the Medcom Blue Onyx, a Bluetooth LE state of the art Geiger Counter.

IMI Gateway running on a prototype of the Medcom Blue Onyx, a Bluetooth LE state of the art Geiger Counter.

International Medcom, a major actor in the radiation detection industry, has licensed Wizkers.io to create IMI Gateway, available on Windows, Linux, Mac OS, Chromebooks and Android. IMI Gateway supports all the connected instruments of Medcom, over Bluetooth LE, USB or WiFi.

I am so excited about Edouard’s innovations to make this app so universal and useful. For the first time ever people can share radiation data across platforms on all the popular operating systems.
— Dan Sythe, Founder and CEO, International Medcom

WIZKERS:NUCLEAR For SAFECAST

Creating a framework for open source Geiger Counters

Creating a framework for open source Geiger Counters

Safecast is a global volunteer-centered citizen science project working to empower people with data about their environments. They believe that having more freely available open data is better for everyone.

The flagship instrument of Safecast for radiation surveys is the bGeigie Nano, which supports Bluetooth LE. We have released "Safecast:Drive" which connects to the bGeigie Nano and makes it super easy to send surveys, or 'drives' to Safecast. It is powered by the Wizkers.io framework and is available on the Google Play an the Amazon app stores.


WIZKERS:Workbench FOR FRIED CIRCUITS

Fried Circuits OLED backpack, uses Wizkers.io as its official application for their USB monitor.

Using the Fried Circuits USB breakout and Wizkers.io, you can monitor the charging cycle of a device, debug intermittent issues, all within a Chrome browser or an Android phone. And again, no complex software to install, it just works in a matter of minutes.

Wizkers.io has simplified our development process and provided a user friendly interface across all platforms for our customers.
— William Garrido, Fried Circuits
Data visualization and remote firmware update

Data visualization and remote firmware update

The Wizkers.io app can do everything you would expect from a datalogging app. It will tell you the volts, amps, watts, mWh, and mAh of the device currently under test. There are pretty graphs, and everything can be downloaded to a computer for further analysis.
— Hackaday, http://hackaday.com/2015/06/19/review-friedcircuits-usb-tester/

WIZKERS:radio

KX3 with a Magloop in Lassen volcanic park, CA

KX3 with a Magloop in Lassen volcanic park, CA

All modern amateur radio transceivers can talk to computers. Unfortunately, most software is Windows-only, complex to install and even more complex to use. It does not have to be that way: Wizkers:Radio, built with Wizkers.io, makes KX3 rig control super easy by:

  • Providing fast and user-friendly controls for the most important functions of the KX3
  • One-touch access to complex operations
  • Frequency Memory management
  • Device monitoring: graph the voltage, current, power of the KX3 and KXPA100
  • User-friendly advanced settings