The mobile app periodically fetches the readings and outputs of the sensors connected to the MYOSA motherboard. The data observed on the OLED display is uploaded to the app via Bluetooth module and updated from time to time. The graphs of the readings of each sensors are also plotted. The user can study the changing trends of the sensor values using these graphs. Thus, the app provides a very handy and easy access to the sensors data.
The mobile app provides a very interesting feature of ‘event creation’ to visualize and manage the behavior of one’s MYOSA project in particular situations. This feature allows the user to create an event using all/some of the connected sensors. The range of readings can be set for the selected sensors. If the value of those particular sensors violate the range, then the appropriate actuators will be triggered. For example, if the event is ‘Fire detection and alarm’, then the user can set the thresholds for the air quality sensor (for smoke detection), luminosity sensor and the temperature sensor accordingly. If the values of these sensors exceed the thresholds, then the buzzer (actuator) will be triggered. Thus the user can be made aware whenever a fire outbreak occurs! At a time, 3 simultaneous events can be created. Many more useful events can be thought of and implemented via this feature.