Resonance provides contextual awareness services to enhance products and services with real-time understanding and reactions based on the user’s physical scenario. We recognize user behavior patterns like: the user just started running, user is driving to work, user went to his or her favorite restaurant, etc.
This data becomes actionable triggers that developers can use to automate or suggest actions, allowing the apps and devices to enhance overall user experience. Examples: The smart lock recognizes that the user isn’t home so it locks the door or an app that turns an alternative itinerary before going to work, whenever there’s a traffic jam on the commute.
All of this is done while maintaining complete user control over permissions and privacy.
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The best place to get started is with the Get Started guide. If you face any issues, or want help getting the ball rolling, write to dev-support(at)atooma(dot)com .
There are several events and contexts that the Resonance SDK can detect, from workplace to workout. In the full documentation you will find the full list of events Resonance enabled.
For full functionality of Resonance service connectivity will be required. Resonance SDK has a component that runs locally on the devicethat can make basic assessments. For more advanced features and predictions the Resonance SDK will depend on the cloud side processing.
iOS: We require iOS 8.1 and up and device iPhone 5s and newer.
Android: Android 4.2.x, API level 17
Note: We require that device has GPS location sensors, WiFi and network connectivity (3G/ 4G) .
Once user installed the app or starts to use the product, Resonance will then start identifying contexts. After 14 days Resonance will autonomously detect common locations and activities and will start to provide smart actions.
Resonance SDK already integrates several devices and services. Take a look to the full documentation, or to the integrations page to see the updated list.
Each Resonance event and service requires users’ permissions. Permissions granting has two steps.