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This blog was originally published by David Munsinger, software manager in the Sensors Division at Freescale, in the Embedded Beat. In his previous entries on mining sensor data, Mike Stanley has introduced the concepts of using raw sensor data to tease useful characteristics for Sensor Data Analytics.  The Embedded Data Logger is an application created to gather data for further analysis and investigation of aggregate sensor characteristics towards the purpose of developing smart sensor al ...
This blog was originally published by Michael Stanley, systems/algorithms team manager in the Sensors Solution Division at Freescale, on the Embedded Beat. In “Mining sensor data” Part 1 and Part 2, we saw how mechanical systems generate vibration signatures that can indicate the health or ill health of a system. In ““Creating a Data Logger embedded application using the Intelligent Sensing Framework (ISF 2.1)“, Dave Munsinger demonstrated the software framework tha ...
This blog was originally published by Michael Stanley, systems/algorithms team manager in the Sensors Solution Division at Freescale, on the Embedded Beat. In Creating a Data Logger embedded application using the Intelligent Sensing Framework (ISF 2.1), my colleague Dave Munsinger introduced the Intelligent Sensing Framework (ISF) to create an embedded sensor application quickly with a Freescale Freedom development board. The next step in mining sensor data is the subject of today’s blog & ...
This blog was originally published by Michael Stanley, systems/algorithms team manager in the Sensors Solution Division at Freescale, on the Embedded Beat. In “Mining sensor data, Part 1″, we continued our discussion on Sensor Data Analytics.  I gave you a couple examples of how defects in a rotating machine might manifest in the machine vibration’s FFT signature.  We briefly looked at the effects of motor shaft misalignment and bearing defects.  In this post, I ...
This blog was originally published by Michael Stanley, systems/algorithms team manager in the Sensors Solution Division at Freescale, on the Embedded Beat. Freescale’s made a big push in recent years in the realm of sensor fusion.  We are very proud of those accomplishments, and today we’re still the only major sensor vendor to take our solution fully open source.  But you can do a whole lot more with sensors than simply modelling motion.  In another blog post, Ian Che ...

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