Discovery Channel recently featured the hardware side of a project I've been working on.
Spatial Minds did the server side software portion. The application consists of two components: A Unix daemon performing data collection/storage and a Web 2.0 application for data visualization. The in-field turbines report sensor data in real-time over a wireless connection. The software collects the data and allows engineers to quickly visualize how the turbine is performing over any given date range. CSV files can be downloaded with a single button for import into Excel, Matlab, Tableau, or other software for more in-depth exploration of the data.
The Web 2.0 application source code is available under the GNU Public License at https://github.com/hydrovolts/hvconnect
The tabular data scrolls quickly and smoothly with an unlimited amount of data.