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Installing OSH on Android (v.1.3.2)

The OpenSensorHub (OSH) App (v 1.3.2) can be deployed on Android devices and can stream real-time observations from a phone or tablet to a remote OSH hub on the web. These observations can come from sensors on-board the Android device itself, for example:

  • video camera
  • GPS or network location
  • gyroscope, accelerometer
  • magnetometer
  • geospatial orientation

or from other sensors connected through USB or Bluetooth, such as:

  • FLIR Thermal Camera (USB)
  • TruPulse 360 Laser Range Finder (Bluetooth)
  • Health monitoring bands (Bluetooth)

This blog provides information on how to install and configure OSH (v.1.3.2) on the Android devise.