The Angus Sound Localization Python SDK by Angus.ai gives developers a tool to locate and find out where the sound is coming from when using audio devices and services. The Angus.ai API makes it easy for developers to give senses to machines and embraces AI technologies for text, voice, sound, image, video, text, laser, sonar, and accelerometers.
Hardly days ago I was moaning about how we will never get to the Internet of things (IoT). Electric imp seems out to mock my moan. The electric imp API pairs with its hardware. The hardware can be installed in an electronic device, with the example given of a weight scale. The hardware delivers a seamless wifi experience and then through the API links up the data to cloud services, presumably destined through an app for an Android, iOS or other OS device. The API itself is still in beta.
Within IT operations circles Splunk is a fairly well known tool for making sense of the massive amounts of machine data generated by IT systems. So it should come as no surprise that Splunk would view the rise of the Internet of Things (IoT) as an opportunity to extend the reach of its analytic software into the broader realm of telematics.