Expand the usability of measurement applications

COSMOS® facilitates the gathering of manual data to be processed by FLOWCAL, maintaining traceability and auditability of information.

By integrating with FLOWCAL®, TESTit®, and PROVEit®, users get an easy, seamless experience by being able to access data without the need for advanced knowledge. COSMOS is designed to augment the data visualization and reporting capabilities, providing specific screens to facilitate measurement specialists’ work and provide high-level views for non-experts, managers, and executives.

facilitate and secure manual data

With the role-based security architecture, each user is assigned to one or more roles that allow them access to different parts of the application and FLOWCAL hierarchy elements.

COSMOS provides a collaborative environment to share FLOWCAL data with a wider audience within the company. This way, all levels of the operation have access to the same data in an easy-to-use format without sacrificing the security of the data.

facilitate the integration of measurement data

COSMOS streamlines the data exchange from FLOWCAL and TESTit with third-party applications safely and efficiently.

Users can allow service companies, such as labs or field service operators, to feed the data through COSMOS to be processed by FLOWCAL and/or TESTit, without committing special access to those companies to their applications.


At Tory-Tech, we value the input and feedback from all of our customers. We listen to all ideas and proposals for improvements and new features. The COSMOS roadmap is defined based on the ideas and suggestions we receive from our clients.

As a client, you are invited to participate in the annual User Group Meeting, where you will hear about interesting COSMOS use cases and hear from subject-matter experts in electronic flow measurement data, volumetric data, control rooms, and more.

You are also invited to participate in the CEGA group, where you can vote for the proposed features that make the most sense to your operation.