IDC Research reports that the IoT market is poised to nearly triple all the way to $1.7 trillion by the year 2020, up from $655 billion in 2014. The number of connected devices such as drones, wearables, refrigerators and everything in between will rise from 10.3 billion to 29.5 billion devices in the same time frame. As the Internet of Things ecosystem continues to grow, companies increasingly will look to platforms and services that help them manage and analyze the streams of data coming from connected cars, thermostats and smartwatches. Sensors will play a pivotal role in this growth as they are responsible for gathering and outputting valuable data. Furthermore, sensors will enable these connected devices to behave autonomously by being contextually aware of their environment and thus able to make their own intelligent decisions.
Using InvenSense SensorStudio and the incredible 3 core 30670. Complete with JTAG debugging. This is not your father’s SensorFusion. Other sensor solutions should probably just go ahead and give up now.
— Mark West, Principal Software Development Engineer, Microsoft
SensorStudio is the sensor development platform for the “Internet of Sensors” which brings a unique level of simplification and integration to the IoT market, accelerating the creation of smart applications.
SensorStudio enables rapid prototyping and development of IoT applications. The tool and development platform simplifies and reduces software and algorithm development cycle, time to market and enable developers to go from C-to-Reality in minutes.
SensorStudio now adds the capability to Record and Replay all sensor and algorithm signals; creating repeatable development and test scenarios. These include rare-to-reproduce use-cases which are key to building solid test harnesses, validating ideas and turning algorithms into products quickly.