Phyto-IT @ the 9th International Workshop on Sap Flow

Monday, June 24th, 2013

Phyto-IT demonstrated its products (Sap Flow Tool, PhytoSim, …) at the 9th International Workshop on Sap Flow (June 4-7 2013, Ghent, Belgium).

The main topic at the conference were:

  • Measurement methodologies
  • New insights in hydraulic plant functioning
    (drought stress, water (uptake) pathways, climate change)
  • Limitations in the hydraulic pathway (cavitation)
  • Modelling water transport (xylem, phloem)
  • Irrigation and other practical applications

Phyto-IT @ the 9th International Workshop on Sap Flow

The Phyto-IT booth.

Phyto-IT @ the 9th International Workshop on Sap Flow

Talking about our technology.

Thanks to all the participants who came by our booth!

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Sap Flow Tool 1.4 Released

Monday, June 3rd, 2013

Sap Flow Tool 1.4 has been released. The new version can be downloaded here (free 30-day trial available).

New features:

  • Online authentication system, no need for USB dongles as long as you are online.
  • Free 30-day trial of the full version.
  • New ‘Check for updates’ system with built-in download and install.
  • Windows 8 compatibility.

Note: Existing customers should also create an account which will then be switched to the full version of Sap Flow Tool.

Overview video:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=16WYkV4UDqk

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Sap Flow Tool 1.3 Released

Tuesday, October 16th, 2012

Sap Flow Tool 1.3 has been released. It is a major release which includes some of the most requested features to date: importing and visualising non-sap flow data (even non-ICT International data) and custom graphs for combining data from multiple sensors and/or files.

The new version can be downloaded here (including a demo version).

New features:

General

  • NEW “visualise module”: custom graphs, display data from multiple sensors and files (even non-ICT International data).
  • Value inspector slider on all graphs: shows numerical value of all curves at the slider position.
  • Option to show DOY on graph x-axis.
  • Ability to search in the user manual.

Files window

  • Import any data file (sap flow calculations still limited to ICT International .csv and .bin files).
  • Quick view graph: plot the currently selected item in the Files window.
  • Batch import of multiple data files + drag & drop in the Files window.
  • Batch export of multiple sensors.
  • Auto-reimport exported data.
  • Merge data from the same sensor in different files.
  • Files window filter: show only items that match certain criteria.
  • Move files up and down in the Files window.

Visualise module

  • Custom graphs, display data from multiple sensors and files.
  • Apply data filters to any curve on the graph.
  • Export all data from the custom graphs.
  • New example: sample 6, shows the use of custom graphs and non-sap flow data.

Overview video:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rvw2Bc5uMkc

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Sap Flow Tool 1.2.4 Released

Tuesday, May 8th, 2012

Version 1.2.4 of Sap Flow Tool has been released.

What’s new in this version:

    • Improved importing of SFM csv files (e.g. disabled thermistors).
    • Added support for changing sensor configurations in SFM csv files.
    • Fixed problems with high frequency SFM raw temperature measurements (.bin files).
    • Fixed a filter problem for SFM raw temperatures.

You can download it here (including a demo version).

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Sap Flow Tool 1.2.3 released

Monday, February 6th, 2012

Version 1.2.3 of Sap Flow Tool has been released.

What’s new in this version:

    • Sap Flow Tool Lite: cheaper version but can only process one sensor from one data file at a time
    • Improved filtering/visualisation of large data sets
    • Improved support for date/time formats without leading zeros (useful when the data file has been edited in Excel)

You can download it here (including a demo version).

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Sap Flow Tool 1.2.2 released

Tuesday, June 7th, 2011

Version 1.2.2 of Sap Flow Tool has been released.

What’s new in this version:

  • Mac OS X version
  • System which alerts you when a new Sap Flow Tool version is available
  • Graphs can now also be exported as tiff or bmp images (beside jpeg)
  • Thermistors located in the heartwood are now properly accounted for during sap flow calculations
  • + various other changes and enhancements

You can download it here (including a demo version).

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Phyto-IT at the 8th International Workshop on Sap Flow

Sunday, May 8th, 2011

Phyto-IT was present at the 8th International Workshop on Sap Flow in Volterra, Italy. At the booth of ICT International a demo video of Sap Flow Tool was shown throughout the conference.

Pictures of the sponsors area where the Sap Flow Tool demo video was shown:

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Sap Flow Tool 1.2.1 released

Tuesday, March 15th, 2011

Version 1.2.1 of Sap Flow Tool has been released.

What’s new in this version:

  • Support for time expiring copy protection dongles
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Phyto-IT Demo Afternoon

Friday, March 4th, 2011

On March 4th 2011 Phyto-IT presented itself at the Faculty of Bioscience-Engineering, UGent, Belgium. Besides talking about Phyto-IT as a company, several products where also demonstrated: Sap Flow Tool, PhytoSim and the Leaf Temp algorithm.

Sap Flow Tool demonstration screencast:

PhytoSim demonstration screencast:

Leaf Temp demonstration screencast:

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Sap Flow Tool 1.2 released

Tuesday, February 15th, 2011

Version 1.2 of Sap Flow Tool has been released.

What’s new in this version:

  • Multiple data files in one project
  • SFM sensor support (2nd generation HRM sensor)
  • Importing of SFM raw temperatures
  • Remove data values above or below a certain value: ideal for outlier/error code removal!
  • Interpolate data values above or below a certain value: ideal for outlier/error code removal!
  • Modify start and stop time of data filters
  • Moving window HFD K-values calculation

+ various other changes and enhancements

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