Intentionis' sensory SDK delivers low-level, cross platform benefits not found anywhere


When leveraged, embedded sensors can transcend user experiences of mobile apps or web content. We believe that "context-aware" optimized user experiences are not just about understanding the geographical position of a user/device. The number of sensors in modern phones or devices offers a breadth of innovation opportunities, as examplified by mobile applications already commercialized by Intentionis.

Whether you are looking at targetting content or leverage sensors to optimize the functioning/control of you mobile application, we are convinced that the use of our technology will undercut your time-to-market window and provide a far better solutions for end customers.


Benefits of using our SDK:

Our innovative SDK focuses on leveraging sensors to the benefit of app and web developers. Some benefits of our SensoTWEET technology and APIs include:

- sensor values are calibrated and look identical across Android and iOS platforms and phone devices

- sensors are robustly and securely connected to the web or applications; our SDK buffers sensors' date even if connectivity isn't available at times and transmit the buffered history of data when networks are back

- we ensure that the fastest available link is always used (e.g., 3g vs wifi)

- sensor values are securely stored in our scalable cloud IT infrastructure

- we interpret sensor values to offer meaningful contextual information to developpers

- an easy-to-use platform-independent query interface to retrieve sensor values and drive key statics

- depending on SDK level (premium SDK only), we convert GPS data into meaningful human readable addresses (sometimes called reverse-geocoding)



How it works:


The SensoTWEET SDK is composed of two API sets. The first set, called "native", is a small-footprint library to be integrated to you Android or iOS application. This library runs in the background, handles all communications with mobile sensors and interfaces with the cloud. The secondary "web" API allows sites to retrieve sensory information and optimize web content thanks to a simple "mash-able" interface.


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