Projects

  • GEIS

    G eothermal E nergy I nformation S ystem

    • AVR NET IO Lib

      Mit Hilfe dieser Lib kann man den Pollin AVR NET IO steuern und abfragen.

    • eHZ Reader (DIN EN62056-21)

      Dieses Projekt umfasst das Lesen und Auswerten eines Strom-Zählers (eHZ), der das Klartext-Protokoll nach OBIS Kennzahlen (DIN EN62056-21) über eine optische Schnittstelle liefert.

    • PcoWeb Reader

      Dieses Projekt ermöglicht das lesen aller Digital, Analog und Integer-Register einer Carel/Dimplex Wärmepumpe über das PcoWeb Netzwerk Erweiterungsmodul

  • jPMdbc

    A simple jdbc driver for using a regular mysql-database behind a webserver/webspace.

    It's small, it's fast, it's easy to use.

    It's LGPL licensed. So you can use it in your closed-source project without worries...

    For more information, visit the wiki....

  • USB-KeyLock

    Use any USB device as a keylock in your java application ...

    Get notified by USB-Keylock about attached or detached USB devices or even ask the USB-Keylock for already attached devices. With this, you can lock/unlock you application quite easily.

    Be be aware that this mechanism is not completely secure: If one has permissions to run additional programs, the usb keylock is unsecure. Targetapplications for this this library are applications/systems where ...

  • RXTX rebundled

    The RXTX Library from http://rxtx.qbang.org is available via Maven Repository. But handling the native libraries which are not part of the maven artifact is still a mess. So here comes the solution:

    "RXTX rebundled" contains all required files and loads the correct native library (64bit Windows DLL is also available) automatically. The RXTX API has not changed. The automatic library loading is totally transparent to you. Just forget about "java.library.path". ...

  • SIMON

    S imple I nvocation of M ethods O ver N etwork

    SIMON is a Java(tm) API (started end of 2007), that performs the object-oriented equivalent of remote procedure call. With SIMON you are able to use Java objects (we call them "Remote Objects"), which are located in another JVM on the current machine, on another machine in the local network or even on a servermachine somewhere on the internet....

  • SOS

    S imple O bject S torage

    This is not a OODBMS. This is just a simple object storage solution.

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