Locate and identify annoying, mysterious and perhaps worrying sounds in people's living space
Unwanted and undesirable sounds invade your living space, interfering with your piece of mind. Some of these include:
noise from vermin (e.g., mice between the walls) and operating electrical equipment within a building.
distruptive noise from large passing vehicles,
occasional event noise, e.g., digging up the road.
Sound/vibration data gathering device. Vermin (e.g., mice) and electrical equipment have characteristic sound signatures. Having these signatures in our cloud database enables us to match the sound/vibration occurring in the customer environment and to tell them what is likely to be the original source of sound. This is their first step in localising and removing the annoyance.
The plot below shows 30 seconds of recorded vibration by the 3-axis vibration detector we built; the silicon devices used in mobile phones do not have the required frequency response or sensitivity for this job.
Data has sent to Bluemix via the Edison's onboard wifi. Unfortunately Bluemix is down and so we cannot access it to obtain links to the databases we have created.
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Data warehouse in coudant with R
Pushing data from the edison with MQTT
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