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howmanypeoplearearound - Count the number of people around you :family_man_man_boy: by monitoring wifi signals :satellite:


Count the number of people around you 👨‍👨‍👦 by monitoring wifi signals 📡.howmanypeoplearearound calculates the number of people in the vicinity using the approximate number of smartphones as a proxy (since ~70% of people have smartphones nowadays). A cellphone is determined to be in proximity to the computer based on sniffing WiFi probe requests. Possible uses of howmanypeoplearearound include: monitoring foot traffic in your house with Raspberry Pis, seeing if your roommates are home, etc.

haven - Haven is for people who need a way to protect their personal spaces and possessions without compromising their own privacy, through an Android app and on-device sensors


Haven is for people who need a way to protect their personal spaces and possessions without compromising their own privacy. It is an Android application that leverages on-device sensors to provide monitoring and protection of physical spaces. Haven turns any Android phone into a motion, sound, vibration and light detector, watching for unexpected guests and unwanted intruders. We designed Haven for investigative journalists, human rights defenders, and people at risk of forced disappearance to create a new kind of herd immunity. By combining the array of sensors found in any smartphone, with the world's most secure communications technologies, like Signal and Tor, Haven prevents the worst kind of people from silencing citizens without getting caught in the act. View our full Haven App Overview presentation for more about the origins and goals of the project.

sensey - :zap: [Android Library] Play with sensor events & detect gestures in a breeze.


The library is built for simplicity and ease of use. It eliminates most boilerplate code for dealing with setting up sensor based event and gesture detection on Android. Starting with 1.0.1, Changes exist in the releases tab.

maltrail - Malicious traffic detection system


Maltrail is a malicious traffic detection system, utilizing publicly available (black)lists containing malicious and/or generally suspicious trails, along with static trails compiled from various AV reports and custom user defined lists, where trail can be anything from domain name (e.g. zvpprsensinaix.com for Banjori malware), URL (e.g. http://109.162.38.120/harsh02.exe for known malicious executable), IP address (e.g. 185.130.5.231 for known attacker) or HTTP User-Agent header value (e.g. sqlmap for automatic SQL injection and database takeover tool). Also, it uses (optional) advanced heuristic mechanisms that can help in discovery of unknown threats (e.g. new malware). Maltrail is based on the Traffic -> Sensor <-> Server <-> Client architecture. Sensor(s) is a standalone component running on the monitoring node (e.g. Linux platform connected passively to the SPAN/mirroring port or transparently inline on a Linux bridge) or at the standalone machine (e.g. Honeypot) where it "monitors" the passing Traffic for blacklisted items/trails (i.e. domain names, URLs and/or IPs). In case of a positive match, it sends the event details to the (central) Server where they are being stored inside the appropriate logging directory (i.e. LOG_DIR described in the Configuration section). If Sensor is being run on the same machine as Server (default configuration), logs are stored directly into the local logging directory. Otherwise, they are being sent via UDP messages to the remote server (i.e. LOG_SERVER described in the Configuration section).




itom - An Open Source Measurement, Automation and Evaluation Software Suite


Software suite for operating measurement systems, lab automation and data evaluation. It comes with Python as embedded scripting language; hardware components and algorithms are connected via a powerful plugin system. One main application of itom is the development and operation of sensor and measurement system for instance in a laboratory environment.

Adafruit_Sensor - Common sensor library


Many small embedded systems exist to collect data from sensors, analyse the data, and either take an appropriate action or send that sensor data to another system for processing. One of the many challenges of embedded systems design is the fact that parts you used today may be out of production tomorrow, or system requirements may change and you may need to choose a different sensor down the road.

OpenPMU


OpenPMU is a platform for the research, development and education of Synchrophasor technology.

Framework for Playstation Move on PC (Windows)


This framework gives you the possibility to use the Playstation Move on PC (Windows only). With the Calibration Tool you can calibrate your device, so the framework can track it very accurate. You can test it as well with Calibration Tool. With the Move Framework, you ca...


C4F - Seismometer


The MSDN Coding4Fun Seismometer application uses an accelerometer sensor from Windows 7 to watch for movement. Watch the raw data values, see it graphed, and learn about writing realtime data to the Windows performance monitor.

w1thermsensor - A Python package and CLI tool to work with w1 temperature sensors like DS1822, DS18S20 & DS18B20 on the Raspbery Pi, Beagle Bone and other devices


Get the temperature from your w1 therm sensor in a single line of code! It's designed to be used with the Rasperry Pi hardware but also works on a Beagle Bone and others. Raspberry Pi: this package is available in Raspbian as python-w1thermsensor and python3-w1thermsensor.

EdgeML - This repository provides code for machine learning algorithms for edge devices developed at Microsoft Research India


This repository provides code for machine learning algorithms for edge devices developed at Microsoft Research India.Machine learning models for edge devices need to have a small footprint in terms of storage, prediction latency and energy. One example of a ubiquitous real-world application where such models are desirable is resource-scarce devices and sensors in the Internet of Things (IoT) setting. Making real-time predictions locally on IoT devices without connecting to the cloud requires models that fit in a few kilobytes.

exnn - An Elixir Evolutive Neural Network framework à la G.Sher


The work presented here is strongly influenced by the seminal book Handbook of Neuroevolution Through Erlang by Gene I.Sher, which is a vast source of inspiring concepts and thoughts on the topic. On the other hand I tried to give the whole system a modular and configurable DSL-like approach exploiting Elixir macros and protocols, as well as OTP application components.

kad-quasar - publish/subscribe extension system for kad


Distributed publish-subscribe plugin for Kad, based on Quasar.Kad Quasar extends Kad with a publish/subscribe system, enabling different applications to run on the same overlay network.

BME280-Breakout - Breakout with BME280 Humidity, Pressure and Temperature Sensor from Bosch Sensortec


Breakout with BME280 Digital Environmental Sensor from Bosch Sensortec.

homebridge-airrohr - HomeBridge module for the DIY luftdaten


HomeBridge module for the DIY luftdaten.info air particulates sensor from OpenData Stuttgart. It can be used to see the status of your own sensor in HomeKit. You can also use it to see another sensor if it's data is published to api.luftdaten.info (see here).

BH1750 - An Arduino library for the digital light sensor breakout boards containing the BH1750FVI IC


This package contains an Arduino library for digital light sensor breakout boards containing the BH1750FVI IC. The BH1750 board uses I2C for communication which requires two pins to communicate with the device. Configuring the I2C bus must be done in user code (not library code). This approach has been adopted so it can be done once and will better support the various options for different platforms.

temper-hum-hid - 🌡 TemperHum HID query API in C


This is my own implementation written in C. It's a daemon that can log results differently, has debug command line switch etc. TEMPerHUM HID device is recognized by modern linux distributions as "Tenx Technology, Inc. Foot Pedal/Thermometer". It's a device with a Tenx HID chip which controls the onboard SHT1x temperature sensor. No /dev/ttyUSBx is created for such device.

rgb-tcs34725 - A Tessel-specific JavaScript driver for the TCS34725 RGB sensor


A JavaScript driver for the TCS34725 RGB sensor. Use it to find the red, green, blue, or clear levels of anything you point it at. The API gives you access to the raw RGBC data, color temperatures, and lux intensity. You can buy the breakout board from Adafruit. The chip also has support for threshold interrupts on the clear channel and those APIs have been implemented here but not fully tested.