Sensor Abstraction

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Sensor Abstraction Layer

This frameworks provides unified APIs to access sensor that integrate smartphone build-in sensors, external BT-LE Sensors (as already used for fitness tracking, health applications), environment sensors via WiFi, affect sensing sensors, virtual sensors implemented using machine learners or e.g. model driven processing tools like Asterics in a unified way.


Keywords: sensor abstraction, wearables, sensors
Technologies: Cordova, Java, JavaScript, Bluetooth Low Energy
License: MIT
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Potential Applications

Technologies

Licence Information

The code of the system is released under MIT License.

Status, Known Issues & Planned Work

The current state focuses on platform independent access to wearable Bluetooth Low Energy sensors. This is supported by a set of Cordova plugins which handle device discovery.

Future Work:

Further Resources

Documentation/FAQs