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Oryx Editor

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  Analyzed about 3 hours ago

Oryx is a web-based editor for modeling business processes in various modeling languages like BPMN or EPC. You can create models and share them with your business partners, clients and friends. You may not only share a model with your colleagues, but discuss and improve it within one working ... [More] environment. Thus, Oryx brings all the advantages of Web 2.0 into the world of modeling. To start modeling you need zero installation–your model is just one click away. Oryx is an open platform for developments regarding business process modeling. Everyone is invited to contribute new process modeling languages, features and knowledge to Oryx. In the wiki and download sections you find various documentation. [Less]

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UMass Moo

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  Analyzed about 9 hours ago

UMass Moo A Programmable RFID-Scale Sensor Device. Moo is a passive Computational RFID that harvests RFID reader energy from the UHF band, communicates with an RFID reader, and processes data from its onboard temperature sensor and accelerometer. Its function can be extended with its ... [More] general-purpose I/Os, serial buses, and 12-bit ADC/DAC ports. The Moo provides a RFID-scale, fully programmable, batteryless sensing platform. The programs executes on an MSP430 microcontroller. The Moo 1.0 derives from the open source Intel DL WISP 4.1. [Less]

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EPC Information Service

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  Analyzed about 3 years ago

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fesapi

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  Analyzed about 6 hours ago

Allow access in reading and writing to Energistics standards data (mainly Resqml, Das and some of Witsml)

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