Mathshop have extensive engineering and software development experience in the testing of, amongst others, gas turbines, aircraft, weapons systems, biological characteristics and human factors. Consequently we can develop well-tailored test tools for the rapid recording and analysis of many parameters over extended periods.
Mathshop has extensive experience of developing software for controlling
and analysing tests, including some used in respirator testing by Dstl.
Consequently, the UK MoD, when developing the new General Service
Respirator (GSR), commissioned Mathshop to provide the software that will be
used to test the fit of every respirator issued.
RF signals are recorded and analysed for a wide variety of purposes, from
the measurement of semiconductor properties to radiation safety tests.
Mathshop have been involved in a number of projects requiring the automatic
configuration and control of RF instruments for the assessment of performance
and safety margins.
A simulator-based test of driving performance was developed in conjunction with Dstl.
The software measures perceptual-motor and decision-making functions shown
to be involved in driving and to be affected by drugs, presenting the results
in a rapidly assimilated graphical view.