Sensor Platforms is a venture-financed company located in Silicon Valley that develops, for licensing, algorithmic software that enables consumer applications to better understand user contexts and intent.
The company’s FreeMotion™ Library makes sensor fusion and user context awareness available in smartphones and tablets, to combine and process data from installed sensors and microprocessors, in order to better interpret users’ movements and situations, and infer their intents.
Sensor Platforms and ARM Introduce Open Source Software To Enable Sensor Hub Implementations
SAN JOSE, CA, April 7, 2014 — Sensor Platforms, a leading provider of algorithmic sensor software for smartphones, tablets and other mobile devices, together with ARM, the world’s leading semiconductor intellectual property supplier, announce the introduction of the world’s first open source software for sensor hub applications. The software, called Open Sensor Platform (OSP), will simplify the integration of sensors across multiple applications, and provide a flexible framework for more sophisticated interpretation and analysis of sensor data. Read more
Cadence Announces Sensor Platforms as New Tensilica HiFi Audio Partner
San Jose, California, Feb 18, 2014 – Cadence Design Systems today announced that the FreeMotion™ Sensor Fusion and Context Awareness Libraries from Sensor Platforms, Inc. (SPI) are being ported…. Read more.
Sensor Platforms Announces Collaboration with Murata
San Jose, California, Jan 09, 2014 – Sensor Platforms and Murata Manufactoring have announced their collaborative relationship. Read more.
Sensor Platforms Adds Pedestrian Dead Reckoning to Its FreeMotion Library
San Jose, California, Dec 16, 2013 – Sensor Platforms has added Pedestrian Dead Reckoning (PDR) to its FreeMotion™ Library, enabling applications such as indoor navigation, activity monitoring, and location-based services in mobile devices. Read more.
Sensor Platforms’ Low Power Solution for Always-On Mobile Devices is Selected for Atmel’s New Sensor Hub Platform.
San Jose, California, Nov 18, 2013 –Sensor Platforms’ FreeMotion™ Library has been selected by Atmel Corporation as part of the ecosystem to support its recently announced low power, high-performance flexible SAM D20 Cortex M0+ core. Read More.
Sensor Platforms Optimizes Sensor Fusion Software for NVIDIA Tegra 4.
San Jose, California, May 13, 2013 — Sensor Platforms today announced that its FreeMotion™ Library of sensor fusion software is now ported to, and optimized for, the NVIDIA® Tegra® 4 mobile processor reference platform. Read More.