Last Updated: May 31, 2012
Sensory Presence® is a new take on the familiar
problems of working with point style data.
Points generally represent instrumentation, metrics, controllable devices, operational states, etc.
Point data is typically found in areas such as network management (NMS), industrial control
and monitoring (SCADA), scientific research, computer modeling, and building automation.
An original code base with a focus on heterogeneous systems integration, and as the foundation for entirely new projects, Sensory Presence consists of a software library, utility suite, documents, and a series of dynamically loadable modules.
At its core, Sensory Presence addresses a number of related challanges.
- Data Storage Abstraction
- Meta Data Abstraction
- Low bandwidth optimized wire serialization format
- Communication Abstraction
- Rendering data to text.
Instead of strings like "658", we can produce 65.8°F consistanty and portably.
- Parsing text to data
- Various Time operations
Most of the code is written in C for both platform and langauge portability.
Currently Sensory Presence can run on Windows and Unix like systems with both
Python and C# binding wrappers.