🗃️ Edge apps
📄️ Submit your job
Are you ready to deploy your plugins to measure the world? We will use edge scheduler to submit a job and demonstrate how you can deploy plugins to field-deployed Waggle nodes.
📄️ Access and use data
📄️ Access Waggle sensors
A Waggle sensor is an entity that produces measurements of a phenomenon and that helps users analyze what is happening in the environment. There are sensors already hosted by Waggle and also sensors that are being integrated into Waggle as a user-hosted sensor. A sensor does not necessarily mean a physical device, but can be a program producing measurements from data -- we call it software-defined sensor. Once those sensors become available in Waggle nodes edge applications running inside the nodes can pull measurements from the sensors to process them.
📄️ Cloud compute & HPC on edge data
Waggle provides a number of interfaces which other computing and HPC systems can build on top of. In this section, we explore some of the most common applications of Waggle.
📄️ Building your own Waggle device
Are you a professor that wants to use affordable Waggle devices to teach students interested in AI? Are you someone interested in developing a new edge app using a local development platform? Are you a Waggle user interested in using a new sensor (i.e. a new camera, a bat signal detector, a custom sensor they built)? If you would like to build, design and deploy software that could answer your questions above, then Waggle is the right choice for you.