Coordinate with ease

Sift’s visualization is collaborative from inception. Anything you view or annotate in the graph can be shared around (or outside!) your organization to build a common sight picture.

See an anomaly? Show everyone what you’re looking at without passing around bulky files, clumsy screenshots, or worse — PowerPoint slides.

Let Sift keep track of everything

Unified visualization means unified visualization. With Sift, you don’t have to keep manually comparing timestamps in your logs to timestamps in your time-series data.

Sift makes the task of manually reconciling disparate data streams seem absurd, and it doesn’t matter how many monitors you have. Sift handles it all, so you can focus your attention on the vehicle, not memorizing a timestamp from your logs.

Customize your channels for context

Sift supports the creation of multichannel “derived” telemetry. If you are already telemetering mass and acceleration, Sift makes telemetering force redundant. Just derive it!

Create complex telemetry channels with conditional logic and mathematical expressions to paint a complete picture of your hardware’s performance.

Create shortcuts where you need them

Always pulling up the same channels? Create a View in Sift to capture your subsystem performance with the channels you query the most.

With one click, pop open the most important context for your analysis, instead of waiting for all your channels to load.

Maximum visibility

Sift visualizes 10 different data types, including more complex formats like bitfields and enums.

You can pack a bitfield full of vehicle information, and then sit back and allow Sift to handle the mapping of each bit to its corresponding metadata.

Enums mapped to integer values will still be plotted according to their numerical value, but you can render the associated description for each integer, simply by hovering over datapoints.