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- Connect with ActiGraph Link activity monitors from a mobile device via Bluetooth LE
- Enable streaming of raw accelerometer data (30 – 100 Hz)
- Configure (enable/disable) the ActiGraph Link’s embedded sensors:
- Temperature Sensor
- Download epoch data
Get your credentials
- Contact our Sales team to obtain your credentials for using the SDK with your ActiGraph Link monitors.
- Request Credentials
Follow the instructions
- Developer documentation in GitHub
- Sample app with source code in GitHub (Native Android)
Sample Case 1
Client A uses the ActiGraph Link SDK to design a mobile application that monitors activity intensity from a wrist-worn ActiGraph Link. Upon detecting a specified increase in physical activity, the mobile app activated the ActiGraph Link’s gyroscope sensor for five minutes. These data can then be downloaded from the device for post-hoc analysis.
Sample Case 2
Client B uses the ActiGraph Link SDK to design a mobile ecosystem in which epoch data is pulled from the ActiGraph Link in real time, processed on the mobile device using a complex algorithm, and then results are provided as feedback to the subject. In this case, the subject’s physical activity is required to exceed 300 counts per minute for at least five consecutive minutes at least three times per day. Client B’s mobile app constantly requests count data and alerts the subject if the conditions have not been met.
ActiGraph GT9X Link SDK System Requirements
- The ActiGraph Link SDK code libraries can be used on Android devices with OS version 4.3 or later that also support Bluetooth 4.0 (BTLE).
- The ActiGraph Link SDK code libraries can be used on Apple devices with iOS8 or later that also support Bluetooth 4.0 (BTLE).
- Users must have a subscription to the CentrePoint Study Admin System in order to perform device initializations.