While Simband comes with the usual device settings such as WiFi, display and motion (gesture), Simband Settings enables calibration of some additional internal device settings.
The following settings are available under this category:
Register to ARTIK Cloud
All the data that Simband generates can be visualized and extracted from ARTIK Cloud. Visit go.simband.io with Google Chrome on your computer to pair your Simband with ARTIK Cloud and get access to your data.
ARTIK Cloud is the new name for Samsung SAMIIO, our open data exchange platform for IoT.
ARTIK Cloud Registration
This displays the Simband software version.
We know that every skin tone reflects light at a different intensity, so we came up with a dynamic skin modeling approach. In sensor calibration we calibrate PPG light intensity based on the user's skin tone and reflection levels. The user needs to wear the band and tap on
calibrate. The brightness of the PPG LEDs will be calibrated based on the user that is wearing the band, and each LED's forward drive current will be displayed for information purposes.
If you're connected to WiFi, you will see a dialog referring to a URL. Point your browser to that URL. This is the same configuration page the user will encounter when setting up Simband at go.simband.io. The web page will expose some hidden guts of Simband. This is sub-classified into Basic Configuration and Advanced Configuration.
Basic configuration contains basic user information:
This option is for the geeks. This section contains basic device information like device ID, token and other stuff related to ARTIK Cloud.
It is not recommended that you change the settings here unless you're absolutely confident about what you intend to happen.
It also contains some hidden Simband options that are configurable. There are options to enable some experimental UI features, enable/disable automatic upgrades and more. Advanced Configuration also allows you to switch Simband to a simulation mode where the data is generated from a sine wave rather than from real sensors.
Simband automatically uploads data to ARTIK Cloud and we are currently implementing a system to automatically remove it from the device. For the time being, you can manually delete data with the Purge Data function.
Simband has 4 GB of local storage for data. This should be more than sufficient for days' worth of use. But if in some instance the local disk gets full, Purge Data can wipe local data to let Simband collect new data.
At 70% disk capacity, a Simband user will be notified with a warning pop-up. After 80% disk capacity, Simband will stop storing and displaying new data. To make room for more data, either connect the device to WiFi to upload the data and empty the disk, or use Purge Data.