My name is Adhitya Kamakshidasan and I recently graduated from Visvesvaraya National Institute of Technology, Nagpur, India. I will be working on the Google Summer of Code 2016 project “Terrain Model Generation and Analysis” under the able guidance of Professor Dr. Benno Schmidt (Hochschule Bochum) and Christian Danowski (52°North). (more…)
smle /ˈsmaɪ.li/ is one of 52°North’s new developments. It is based on TypeScript and Angular 2 and enables web-based editing of SensorML descriptions. The implementation of this editor started earlier this year within the context of the projects NeXOS and FixO3. The idea of the Google Summer of Code activity is to enrich the editor with further functionality and to improve the usability in some aspects. (more…)
The enviroCar project allows users to collect and share their driving statistics via an OBD sensor coupled with an Android app. The app collects car data and pushes the data to a server with a stateless REST API that exposes this data. The website of the enviroCar project, which is currently built in PHP, makes use of this API endpoint to provide a dashboard experience to a user for vehicular track analysis. The project’s objective is to rebuild the website as a SPA (Single Page Application) with the AngularJS framework that could also serve as the starting point for the next generation website. (more…)
The enviroCar Newsletter provides information about current developments and activities. It is published on a quarterly basis.
52°North is pleased to welcome the following students to work closely with us this summer on 3 Google Summer of Code projects!
- “Terrain Model Generation and Analysis” – Adhitya Kamakshidasan (India)
- “Usability improvements for smle” – Aleksandr Shevchenko (Russia)
- “Visual Analytics of enviroCar Tracks” – Naveen Jafer (India)