Store Material Parameters
DBMAT provides a comprehensive client-server solution for storing vibro-acoustic material parameters (e.g., BIOT or JCA/JCAL equivalent fluid or solid models and single number ratings) and associated files (e.g., image, pdf, measurement project). The DBMAT client can be installed on multiple Windows computers, while the DBMAT server uses the MariaDB distribution, a robust and reliable relational database management system.
Add Your Own Materials
DBMAT provides users with the flexibility to add their own material parameters and single number ratings to the default list, enabling them to customize the database to their specific needs and ensure that their data is organized and stored in a way that aligns with their workflows and requirements.
Connect With Mecanum’s Measuring Instruments
Connect With Your Measuring Instruments
Mecanum’s measuring instruments software include a DBMAT connectivity module, which allows users to directly update material parameters and attach measurement projects to them, streamlining the data management process and providing a more comprehensive overview of the testing and characterization workflow.
Why Using a Client-Server Database?
A database is a structured collection of data that is stored and accessed electronically. It’s a way of organizing and managing large amounts of information so that it can be easily searched, updated, and analyzed. Databases are used in many different industries, from finance to healthcare to e-commerce, and they’re essential for storing and managing the vast amounts of data that modern businesses generate.
Un type courant d’architecture de base de données est le client-serveur. Dans une architecture client-serveur, il y a deux composants : le client et le serveur. Le client est généralement une application logicielle qui s’exécute sur l’ordinateur ou l’appareil mobile d’un utilisateur, et le serveur est un ordinateur puissant qui stocke et gère la base de données.
When a user wants to access the database, they send a request to the server through the client software. The server then retrieves the requested information from the database and sends it back to the client. This process is known as a client-server interaction.
One of the benefits of client-server architecture is that it allows multiple clients to access the same database simultaneously. This is important for businesses that need to support a large number of users who need to access the same data. Client-server architecture also allows for centralized management of the database, which can make it easier to maintain and update.