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Remote Assessment of Disease And Relapses

What is RADAR-base?

RADAR-base (Remote Assessment of Disease And Relapses) is an open source platform to leverage data from wearables and mobile technologies. The main focus of RADAR-base is seamless integration of data streams from various wearables to collect sensor data in real time and store, manage and share the collected data with researchers for retrospective analysis.

All components are available as open source software under an Apache 2 license. Have a look at our RADAR-base GitHub repositories, Wiki and Slack to get started!
RADAR-base enables near real time remote monitoring of participant’s actively and passively generated data. The data is collected via Android and iOS apps into a RADAR-base backend.
Built around Apache Kafka for scale. Modular architecture and plugins-based – simple to build connectors to integrate data from additional wearable devices and APIs.
Schematized data storage in AVRO format to enable interoperability. Store of large volumes of raw sensor data as well as structured aggregated data.

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