The Zoot Monitor is a project that uses the ELK stack technology to analyze and visualize customer systems. Elasticsearch is used for data analytics, Logstash is used for centralized logging and parsing, and Kibana is used for powerful and beautiful data visualizations. By using all three technologies combined, we have a powerful suite of technologies that help provide deep insights to proactively help troubleshoot issues before they turn into problems.
The project at Golden Helix involves students working on a dashboard to displayed detailed gene sequencing information
Story Squares is an application that aims to improve writing skills of elementary schools children by helping organize their thought and ideas using a modular and intuitive design
Workiva is developing a project that uses machine learning to train an algorithm to take input graph data and produces a process flow graph that is human readable
Blackmore is a project where students are developing virtual reality techniques to visualize laser data using an Occulus device
Algorithm Animation is a project where Bozeman High students have paired up with two undergraduate CS students to produce an Android application that animates various sorting algorithms. The goal is to use this application to teach a difficult topic through visualization.
Spectrum Analyzer is a project in which four students will work to develop an extensible architecture for the Extreme Bandwidth Analyzer and Correlator. Signals are processed and visualized to provide amplitude and frequency information.
PrintingForLess - Students will work on-site with professional development engineers at PFL to develop state of the art web based printing solutions
NuMo is a nutrition tracking mobile application that focuses on important metrics regarding Omega 3s and Omega 6s.
ShareLift is developing mobile apps to help skiers share rides to the slopes!
Blueprints for Student Success is a project concerned with understanding the questions that high school students may have when transitioning to college. The Software Factory is concerned with developing a game like application to help with this process
HP Remote Graphics Software (http://www8.hp.com/us/en/workstations/remote-graphics-software.html)
Access, share, and broadcast your Windows and Linux® workstation apps in amazing, high-speed clarity from any remote PC, Mac®*, or Windows tablet with HP Remote Graphics Software (RGS), built from the ground up with HP’s workstation expertise.1
HP RGS 7 brings an all new HP Velocity status bar and controls, greater collaboration control, Windows 10 touch and tablet features, native Wacom pen tablet redirection on Linux®, improved Linux® audio, a new user interface for admins to customize RGS deployments, and more.
Our students will be working with HP engineers to help test and monitor performance of HP's RGS solutions
A group of four students will develop an initial solution for the cricket farm to help deploy an infrastructure to help monitor various variables associated with the habitat of farmed crickets. Such variables include things like temperature, moisture, etc. The results of these monitored values will be tracked longitudinally through the use of a dashboard.
The precision agriculture project is focusing on the development of quality assurance techniques for software code. Two students from our NSF REU funded project in 2017 will continue their work to find ways to extract technical debt measurements from source code quality and apply it to precision agriculture software. The focus will be on detecting software security vulnerabilities.
The Compassion Project (TCP), a non-partisan, non-religious organization and project, is designed to bring the Bozeman community and the greater Gallatin County together through education in and outside the schools around compassion- what it means, how to recognize it, how to practice it, and why it is important. Upon completion of these school and community lessons and workshops, each participant will receive a donated 8x8in wooden block to create their own artistic representation of compassion based on what they learned. The final output of this project will be an installation of all art pieces (~10,000 pieces) around Bozeman in the spring of 2019. It is the hope that this will then be expanded to other communities around Montana and beyond.