Just a quick update to let everyone know the Android app was accepted and published in Google Play yesterday. Elapsed time for the iOS approval was in the region of months; Android was less than three hours once we got to the approval point. We’re not sure what this says about the process for either […]
Well, after 15-days of being “In Review” on this round, the lovely folk in Cupertino have approved our iOS app/hardware. For those of you catching up, we had to supply Apple with hardware as it’s intrinsic to our app — and that’s when things started to get complicated. Finding us via search doesn’t appear to […]
Unfortunately, Marc’s recuperation after his hospitalization wasn’t quite as straightforward or expedient as he’d hoped for. The good news is he’s back at work today, albeit part-time, and a sense of normalcy and normal service should return. Thanks for your patience and support.
Hi all, I generally I wouldn’t write about my personal life on our blog as there should be a line between your personal and professional life. However, I feel it appropriate to let everyone know that I was hospitalized on the morning of February 1-10th and only discharged this afternoon. I’m planning on taking Wednesday […]
Firmware Stability The fixes for working around silicon issues that Nordic provided initially showed some good results in that they removed the stability issues during extreme, rapid temperature change (freeze a Wimoto Climate to ~-15c, then bring it to ~+40c quickly). However, when we started to power profile the devices earlier this week, we found […]
Preliminary testing of the temperature/timing fix from Nordic was encouraging. We still need to power profile the changes, which we’ll do tomorrow.
Nordic Semiconductor were able to deliver two software workarounds this evening for the silicon issues that have been causing our temperature-related instability in the new firmware. The only downside is a small bump in power consumption, but not enough to really make a material difference and stability trumps an extra week or two of battery […]