Python SDK for the RadarIQ sensor
This module provides an easy to use Python wrapper for the RadarIQ-M1 sensor (https://radariq.io/products/radariq-m1) which works for both Python 2 & 3. This SDK has been tested with Windows, OSX, Raspberry Pi and Linux.
The RadarIQ-M1 sensor is an easy-to-use radar sensor for detecting objects and measuring distance and speed. All the difficult parts of working with radar are done by the sensor and a simple API and SDK provide an easy path to integration.
- Project Homepage: https://github.com/radariq/python-sdk
- Download Page: https://pypi.python.org/pypi/radariq
The RadarIQ Python SDK is released under the MIT software license, see LICENSE (https://github.com/radariq/python-sdk/LICENCE) for more details.
- Python 2 or 3
- A RadarIQ-M1 Sensor (https://radariq.io/products/radariq-m1)
Install the RadarIQ SDK using pip
pip install radariq
The SDK can be used from Python scripts
from radariq import RadarIQ
from radariq import RadarIQ, MODE_POINT_CLOUD riq = RadarIQ() riq.set_mode(MODE_POINT_CLOUD) riq.set_units('m', 'm/s') riq.set_frame_rate(5) riq.set_distance_filter(0, 10) riq.set_angle_filter(-45, 45) riq.start() for row in riq.get_data(): print(row)
Examples are in the directory examples: https://github.com/radariq/python-sdk/blob/master/examples
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