IoT & Event Stream Processing for End Users

Streamsheets are a tool for making your data immediately understandable and for creating IoT applications visually and interactively - without a single line of code

Process, visualize, merge and send data from devices, APIs and much more - all using your spreadsheet skills.

Streamsheets are server-based spreadsheets which run in the cloud or on your edge that make it easy to build individual tools in the browser.

Streamsheets are spreadsheets.

100% codefree. No code, no plugins, no VBA.

Build your applications cell-by-cell. Use the formulas you already know from Excel and Google Sheets, such as IF, SUM, VLOOKUP + new ones. Create charts to visualize results and processes.

Everything is automated and dynamic.

Your applications. Your calculation. Your charts.

Streamsheets run cyclically, when new data arrives or on specific dates and times. Every cell is calculated, every condition checked, and every chart adapts to the input. 

Streamsheets connect things.

Sensors. Machines. APIs. Databases. Online services…

Streamsheets support a variety of communication protocols and bring the data directly into the sheet. Protocols include e.g. MQTT, OPC UA, KAFKA, REST APIs and more.

Did you know that Streamsheets send data as well?
Connect one thing to another and convert between protocols right from within the spreadsheet.

Full transparency

Over data. What your application does. Not selective insight.

See what data you receive and how it is structured, even if the payload contains many data points. Link data to the sheet through simple drag-and-drop.

Observe what all cells do when the sheet recalculates. You do not have to focus on few elements and their specific behaviour. Build your logic cell-by-cell and see immediately how it changes and affects your application. There is no need to go back and forth between building and testing deploying after every change.

Streamsheets run – Always.

On your server - in the cloud or on the edge.

You build your applications in the browser, but they run on a server. This can be a cloud cluster, an on-premises server or an edge device, even a Raspberry Pi.

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