05-18-2021 07:31 AM - edited 05-18-2021 07:32 AM
I watched the video at https://www.youtube.com/watch?app=desktop&v=4vdliMRtxBY (or https://www.bosch-sensortec.com/media/boschsensortec/downloads/application_notes_1/bst-bme688-an001.... ) how to detect coffee smell or not. As the video, we can export the config file to use so and then I downloaded the source which run BME688 on Linux OS (BSEC_22.214.171.124_Generic_Release_04302021) but I didn’t find any documents to explain how to import and detect the coffee or not in BSEC source code .
Would you explain me the point ?
05-19-2021 09:20 AM
There was application note for BME AI-Studio, you could refer it.
05-27-2021 11:31 AM - edited 05-27-2021 11:36 AM
I tried to build source code to run on Linux OS ( Raspberry Pi) to get Humidity , Temperature, VOCs , etc but failed to get them.
In BSEC_126.96.36.199_Generic_Release_04302021, I did not find one example run for demo ( Download at https://www.bosch-sensortec.com/products/environmental-sensors/gas-sensors/bme688/#software ) .
Basic, I can cros compiler and run the Raspberry but i don't know format data or protocol ,etc so i think that we can't use source code in BSEC_188.8.131.52_Generic_Release_04302021 for releasing.
When I review source code for BME680 ( BSEC_184.108.40.206_Generic_Release) we can find an example to run demo
06-01-2021 04:57 AM
1.BME AI-Studio Software
As you downloaed BME AI-Studio Software and application note, it didn't have source code, but it supported to generate config file to detect coffee. HW board shoul be BME688 Development Kit.
The BSEC 2.x Software is a library running on the device microcontroller to operate the BME688, to analyze the sensor data and to calculate all sensor outputs like ambient humidity, index for air quality or gas scan results. After you downloaded BSEC package, there was example code, such as iot example. You could refer the following ticket that included how to run iot example.