Users can now conduct wireless scientific experiments anywhere or anytime
Fourier Systems, a provider of analysis software, has launched MiLAB for iPhone and iPad, the mobile application of the company's MultiLab data analysis software.
According to the company, MiLab will work with its recently launched Bluetooth adaptor, Nova Air, which together, will enable teachers and students to conduct wireless scientific experiments, anytime, anywhere.
MiLAB will also provide a variety of graphic representations and analysis tools, including: graphs, digits, meters and statistics and acquired data can be exported to a PC via email or Bluetooth, claims the company.
MiLAB is compatible with iPhone, iPod touch, and iPads using iPhone OS 3.1.3 or later.
Fourier Systems CEO Ken Zwiebel said they were encouraged by the tremendous potential MiLAB holds for scientific education beyond the classroom walls.
" As more and more school-aged kids acquire these devices, it is only natural that Fourier introduce MiLab to address this growing market," said Zwiebel said.