The Sensor Data Report Object

The sensor data report object contains sensor data.

For a sensor to be useful, it must provide meaningful data. The amount and frequency of data generation varies from sensor to sensor. For example, a sensor that detects whether a door is open would generate a small amount of Boolean data, while a motion sensor might continuously generate multiple data items. To standardize the way your program receives data, the Sensor API uses the sensor data report object.

You can access the information in a sensor data report through the ISensorDataReport interface. This interface lets you retrieve the data report's time stamp so that you can determine whether the information in the report is useful. You can retrieve the data itself in two ways: as an individual data field value or as a set of values. To retrieve data as an individual value, call the GetSensorValue method. To retrieve multiple values, call the GetSensorValues method.

You specify the type of data, or data fields, that you want to retrieve from the report by using a PROPERTYKEY constant. Property keys for data fields of common sensor types are defined in Sensors.h.

 

 

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