Software Library Expands For Smartphone And Wearable Apps

Software Library Expands For Smartphone And Wearable Apps

QuickLogic adds several algorithms to its SenseMe sensor algorithm library. Paired with the company’s sensor hubs and reference designs, SenseMe algorithms enable designers of smartphone and wearable devices to expand the capabilities and features of their devices, shorten design time while lowering risk, and improve battery life and data accuracy. New algorithms include low-latency context determination of when the user is in a car or on a bicycle, and fitness/wellness tracking capabilities for on-demand Heart Rate Monitoring (HRM), advanced pedometer functions, and sleep analysis. Operating system support includes Android 4.2 (Ice Cream Sandwich), 4.3 (Jellybean), 4.4 (KitKat), and 5.0 (Lollipop). For more information, visit http://www.quicklogic.com/technologies/sensor-algorithms/senseme

QuickLogic Corp.
Sunnyvale, CA
408-990-4000
http://www.quicklogic.com
 

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