It is not possible to present a full list of all the projects that J.P.Peach &
Associates has worked on over the years. What follows is a small sample of some of the projects that
we have be involved with recently. While our full range of skills are not represented here we hope that
it gives you a little incite into what we can do.
Developed a multi-user networked database application (Novalis)
to track bookings made by foreign clients that were touring the New England Area. Once a booking was
received an agent would enter that information into the database and then make reservations at a number
of service providers. The application would help the agent confirm reservations and track costs for
Developed an application (Flow Control) that would control
two high precision syringe pumps and collect data from an A/D board that had micro-pressure measurements.
This information would be directed to the screen for real time evaluation and it would also be saved to a disk
for future analysis.
Developed a general purpose data collection application
(Collect) that would work with any Data Translations A/D board and monitor up to 32 channels of data.
Developed a multi-user networked database application (ArtOption)
that was used to collect information from various fine art sales. This multi-table relational application
was then used to update an internet based database and update its information.
Developed a system that would collect data from remote datalogger using various communication
methods such as direct TCP/IP, CDMA modems, serial connection and other. This data was formated
had various formats, therefore, it was post processed into a common format and uploaded to a
web server. The server monitored for new files, which were then examined for validity used
a complex set of tests based on the source of the data. It was then stored in a database
system that was capable of storing and data type. The real strength of the database design is that
it is able to maintain complex replationships between clients, sites, data loggers, measurements,
types of measurement and much more. The system also performed custom analysis and reporting
based on the client's needs. Data was also accessible to be displayed in real-time and historical
on a website. Systems were designed and implemented that would automate maintance and
monitor the status of the client's dataloggers plus the processes used in Draker Data
In conjunction with Tag New Media
and the Distance Learning Network at the University of Vermont, we developed a
full featured e-commerce site for the Professional Programs
division of the Department of Continuing Education at the University of Vermont.
The site includes an extensive back end that allows for management of
inventory, web design, content, user settings, product descriptions and much more. The site was
developed using Interchange
which is the world's leading open source e-commerce platform.
(www.ArtHedge.com) to educate and market a fine art insurance program.
The web site allowed the users to perform complex searches of the relational database to select a
set of artwork. It then would perform a statistical analysis on those records in order to determine
As a companion to the ArtHedge.com
site, the www.ArtPocket.com site was developed to allow clients to have
access to fine art data on a PDA (personal digital assistant). This site is a mock-up of the actual
application that runs on the PDA. It also allows the user to log in and update the database on the palm
with the most recent version that is on the web site. Using a series of Java applets the user connects
to the web site and requests an update. The applets determine what information is needed and then
transfer that to the PDA. (still under development)
Developed a database application that displays results from fine
art sales. This large database is stored in swapable flash memory so that the user can change art
fields by simply changing modules. The core of the application is aware of this ability and changes
its system requirements to adapt. Updates to the database are performed by connecting to the web site
www.ArtPocket.com and using a Java applet.
(still under development)