Are you writing a fresh C programming code for processing sensor data in mobile devices and wearables, you can save time and also select proven/tested algorithms from QuickLogic. QuickLogic is licensing c-based algorithms called SenseMe for processing input data from sensors such as inertial, magnetic, biological, proximity and light. The functions supported includes pedometer, activity monitoring, context classification and natural user gestures in mobile devices such as smart phones and wearables.
C language coded algorithms work not only with QuickLogic's silicon but also with other embedded processor silicon platforms and also making them portable across platforms.
Recent additions to the QuickLogic algorithm library include swimming stroke count and enhanced pedometer to accurately measure very slow step count independent of a user's height, stride and gender.
SenseMe algorithms are fully compatible with the Android Operating System including KitKat 4.4, Lollipop 5.0, and Real Time Operating System (RTOS) -based systems. QuickLogic also provides standard drivers.
The algorithms in the SenseMe library are available now for licensing. To learn more visit www.quicklogic.com/senseme