SoniControl team receiving the award

Austrian Open Source Award for SoniControl !

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 ![…]

New update of SoniControl app

The new version 1.4.0 of SoniControl is now available on our website and in the Google Playstore. We made adjustments on the blocking signal, we fixed bugs in the detection alert dialog, and there is now a better support for Oreo (Android 8/8.1). Direct download of the new version Download on Google Playstore

SoniControl app Play Store entry

App launch !

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 !

Source code release

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!

SoniControl @ BMWFW Tag der offenen Tür

The project SoniControl will be presented at the “Tag der offenen Tür” of the Federal Ministry of Science, Research, and Economy on the Austrian National Holiday (26.10.2017). The project will be shown from 10am to 4pm! We hope to see you there to show you a demo of our prototype!

Meet SoniControl @ ARS Electronica 2017

The SoniControl Project will be presented at this year’s ARS Electronica festival from September 7 – 10. See our live demo of how ultrasonic communication works and how we detect and mask it! You can find us in Postcity Linz, first floor, Room No. 11. We are looking forward to see you there!

234 Apps use ultrasonic tracking

A recent study of TU Brunswick (Germany) reveals that many more Apps than expected use ultrasonic information exchange. More: here. The study can be found here. The SoniControl Project Team members currently work on real-time audio processing methods that enable a robust detection of ultrasonic information.