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CSR Announces SiRFstudioTM Client LoCoMo API Powerful, Flexible Location-Aware API for Android





Cambridge, UK and San Jose, CA (PRWEB) January 06, 2012

CSR plc today announced the availability of the SiRFstudio TM Client LoCoMo API, which gives developers the tools to add location, as well as context-awareness of pedestrian motion, on any MEMS-enabled Android device.




LoCoMo API innovations are based on the concept of Locomotion allowing the differentiation between different modes of physical movement, such as walking and running. These capabilities can be used to distinguish applications in a number of categories, such as gaming and physical fitness. The LoCoMo API Software Developer Kit (SDK) comes with a fitness applet called GoRun developed by CSR to illustrate LoCoMo API capabilities.

CSR sees a strong desire on the part of application developers to bridge the physical and virtual worlds, said Ashu Pande, General Manager and Managing Director, Infrastructure and Services Business Unit (ISBU) of CSR. Developers of games increasingly demand a means of incentivising physical activity with virtual rewards, and fitness application developers would like applications that can sense motion and classify and quantify physical activity throughout the day — not just during exercise routines.

With the SiRFstudio Client LoCoMo API, CSR is giving developers the benefit of our deep expertise in location and related signal processing so they may create compelling, differentiated applications, he added.

LoCoMo API offers alternative location determination by providing Cell ID/Wi-Fi positioning when GPS is unavailable by utilising CSRs cloud hosted Cell/Wi-Fi

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