Storing and Analyzing Large Volumes of Bluetooth Indoor Tracking Data
Daisy maintains good collaboration with BLIP Systems through a series of student semester projects and research projects. The theme of the collaboration recently has been storing and analyzing large volumes of Bluetooth tracking data obtained in complex indoor spaces. The student projects have explored the possibilities to apply both historical and real-time data warehouse technologies to the data sets provided by BLIP Systems. The relevant results can be used to speed up the complex user analysis queries that BLIP needs to support in their products. Research projects have tested novel technical proposals on those data sets, which has disclosed insights that can benefit both Daisy and BLIP Systems. Based on the common interest on indoor tracking, the collaboration between Daisy and SLIP Systems is expected to go closer and deeper in the near future.