The ImpaxSD application
supports a family of VXI products manufactured by Spectral Dynamics in San Jose,
Computer Methods first ported the 16-bit version of the Impax application to 32-bit Windows. The application has since been upgraded to support a variety of VXI
devices with sophisticated features for acquiring and manipulating transient data. This system is extensively used in research for explosive testing, automotive safety and
engine combustion analysis.
ImpaxSD also supports a custom socket interface (developed by Computer Methods)
that enables users on networked systems (Windows or Linux-based) to remotely connect and operate the ImpaxSD application.