The Android client of the enviroCar project helps users collect data about their tracks, including but not limited to, speed, fuel consumption and CO2 production. This data is obtained through an OBD-II adapter that the app connects to via Bluetooth. While there is plenty of data being collected from the adapter, a lot of it wasn’t being visualized. In addition to this, there were a few changes that I felt could be made to the application that would help improve the user experience.
The aim of this project was to improve the user interface of the enviroCar Android client in addition to introducing new functionality to help improve user retention. The user interface is being redesigned to make it more intuitive to use. Additional data that is available in the API is also being used for visualization.
This GSoC 2019 project has the goal to develop a Web front end to create, read, update and delete (CRUD) JSON settings for OGC services. In addition, a REST API will be developed on top of the Faroe API. The UI should be easily extensible and customizable, e.g. with customer logos.
Securely build, share and run the 52N SOS, anywhere
The 52N SOS 4.4.6 release includes a Dockerfile that allows the automatic deployment of 52N Sensor Observation Service docker images on docker hub. The images are preconfigured with a local H2 file database and the SOS can be tested directly once the container has finished loading. Find out how to start the container and store the configuration locally in the Docker section of the SOS readme file. Use the docker-compose file in the SOS repository to start a ProstgreSQL/PostGIS database, the SOS and an nginx proxy .