Demo Number 1

This morning the VLDB presentation of the software and demo went well, and this afternoon it was time for the actual demonstration to the conference participants. We had a total of seven sensor platforms ( that went on to the demonstration board but only six of them were responsive with any data. The TCP/IP stack needs some work as there is a memory error that keeps occurring at some random points during bootup. Currently we’re trying to determine if it is a hardware issue or not — most likely no because the stack works well on some platforms but gives errors on others. Anyways, Purdue University seemed pleased with the results we were able to display and we’ll be giving another demonstration on Friday before returning to the States on Saturday morning.

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