Here is a first prototype of our new detection dialog. It now integrates the visualization of ultrasonic messages and will offer the possibility to replay messages at audible frequencies to get a better grasp of what was detected. These diagnostics features should help users to distinguish potentially unwanted signals from false detection (e.g. triggered by some “noise”). A sharing functionality will also make Read more about Integrating the diagnostics module[…]
On the 16th of May was taking place the netidee Spring Talk 2019. A great opportunity for the teams of all the funded projects to gather, give a short presentation of their status, ask for help on some specific issues or even offer support in their expertise field. We then had time for networking and Read more about SoniControl at the netidee Spring Talk[…]
On January the 17th, the federal state of Lower Austria was awarding prizes to outstanding innovative projects made in Lower Austria. This year, 10 projects from research institutions and 25 projects from companies were nominated in five categories. SoniControl, as well as four other research projects from St. Pölten UAS, were presented and received a recognition award. “The Read more about Lower Austrian Innovation Awards ceremony[…]
SoniControl source code is now available at github.com/fhstp/SoniControl. GitHub will allow an easy reuse, collaboration and further development of the project. Anyone can use parts of our software in their own app and make it available to the community. We also welcome contributors willing to improve SoniControl or to port it to other platforms. Thanks again to all Read more about SoniControl is now on GitHub ![…]
The second Open Minds Award ceremony, also known as the Austrian Open Source Award, was held on November 9th 2018 at the Palais Wertheim in Vienna. The room was full, showing how active the open source community is in Austria. SoniControl was nominated and won in the category Open Software – System and Security. The Read more about Austrian Open Source Award for SoniControl ![…]
A few days ago, SoniControl app reached 20 000 downloads on Google Play Store. Six months after its launch, our app is used in more than a hundred countries to fight against unwanted ultrasonic tracking. The goal of raising awareness seems to be achieved at least in the German-speaking countries and most people we saw Read more about SoniControl app reached 20 000 downloads[…]
Only 3 weeks after the release of SoniControl app on the Play Store, we already got downloads from all over the world ! Thank you all for your interest !
We are pleased to announce that SoniControl firewall app was released on the Google Play Store ! You can download it here: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=at.ac.fhstp.sonicontrol The code can be seen and downloaded at this address: https://git.nwt.fhstp.ac.at/m.zeppelzauer/SoniControl And the documentation is on this website, under documentation. We are looking forward to your feedback !
The source code of the SoniControl Application has been released publicly as a GIT project. You can download it from our website: sonicontrol.fhstp.ac.at under Ressources – Source Code. The code is released under GNU license. Everyone is welcome to contribute to our project. Get in contact with us!