SystemLink Server helps test and measurement engineers and managers implement a cost-effective and locally managed test and measurement standardization, automation, and digitalization tool.
For test and measurement engineers and managers facing a growing footprint of hardware, test benches, and projects, SystemLink Server provides a central management tool that performs the following tasks:
Tracks and locates all test and measurement assets—from any vendor
Measures asset performance and utilization
Deploys and verifies test and measurement hardware and system configurations and states
As data is generated from across a test and measurement location, SystemLink Server gives test and measurement stakeholders a single data location with powerful benefits:
Implement standardized data verification, collection, and transformation protocols
Verify test and measurement progress and results in real-time
Query active and historical data by various customizable tags, such as Product, Project, Tester, and more
To accelerate time-to-insights derived from test and measurement data and results, SystemLink Server provides a complete set of analysis tools and scheduling:
Perform ad-hoc analysis and create predefined analysis scripts for customizable and repeatable data processing
Schedule analysis execution for specific times or based on specific events (e.g., test completion)
Simplify and automate the creation of test and measurement reports for faster delivery to key stakeholders
Get started learning SystemLink with on-demand access to the Using SystemLink Server to Manage Systems and Data course, which you can use to deploy software, monitor testing, manage hardware assets, and collect test results.
To expand on the skills you learned, you can also purchase courses individually using Education Services Credits or save money taking multiple courses with a Training Membership. The following recommended courses can help you learn to do more, even faster, with SystemLink.
Learn how to use SystemLink Server for advanced data analysis with various tools including Jupyter Notebook, HTTP APIs, web interfaces, and JSON files. You will also learn how to exchange data between SystemLink Server and other applications and how to manage third-party assets.
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