This Sensor Fusion app is intended as an illustration of what sensor capabilities your smartphone or tablet have. You can watch graphs of the main sensors in real time, except for video, microphones and radio signals. You can log data to file or stream data to a computer. The app is bundled with a a MATLAB interface which allows for on-line processing and filtering for prototyping and demo purposes.
The first versions of this app was developed in collaboration with HiQ, funded by a SAAB award in the name of former CEO Åke Svensson.
The second version of this app, featuring a considerable rewrite of the code base as well as extended functionality and Matlab support, was developed by Gustaf Hendeby as part of introducing the app as part of a lab in the Sensor Fusion course at University of Linköping the spring of 2013.
Pleasant sensor exploration, wishes
Professor in Sensor Informatics,
- SFlab2.zip contains the necessary files to connect the app with Matlab.
- Documentation of the functionality provided by the jar-file.
- Lab instructions for using the app. It describes how to connect the phone to a computer.
- Examples of how to use the Sensor Fusion app together with MATLAB.
The Sensor Fusion app has been described in the following publications. Please, cite 1 if you use the Sensor Fusion app in your research.
- Gustaf Hendeby, Fredrik Gustafsson, Niklas Wahlström, Svante Gunnarsson, "Platform for Teaching Sensor Fusion Using a Smartphone", International journal of engineering education, 33(2B): 781-789, 2017. DiVA
- Fredrik Gustafsson, Gustaf Hendeby, "Exploring New Localization Applications Using a Smartphone", Sensing and Control for Autonomous Vehicles, Lecture Notes in Control and Information Sciences, No. 474, 161-179, 2017. DiVA
- Gustaf Hendeby, Fredrik Gustafsson, Niklas Wahlström, "Teaching Sensor Fusion and Kalman Filtering using a Smartphone", Proceedings of the 19th World Congress of the International Federation of Automatic Control (IFAC), IFAC Proceedings series, 2014. DiVA