Today I would like to show you one interesting feature of Fuelino. Using "Fuelino File Converter" (latest version available here), I converted the binary data stored by Fuelino on the Micro SD card, into an easily understandable CSV file, and imported it into Google Fusion Tables. The result is shown below: you can click on … Continue reading "Fuelino Proto3 datalog and Google Fusion Tables"
Today, I took an other video on my Honda CBR125R, and tried to do some data overlay using RaceRender 3.5.5 Free. The data has been acquired using Fuelino Proto3, the open source fuel injection module and data logger for motorcycle. The signals visualized in the video below are: Engine speed (rpm) Throttle Position Sensor signal … Continue reading "Fuelino Proto3 and Race Render 3 video overlay"
I created the following video, using RaceRender3 software, by merging: Video data, obtained from GoPro Hero Session 4. Engine data (rpm, fuel injection time, cutoff status, throttle) logged using a Fuelino Proto3 board. The CSV file is available at this link: 20161230_Fuelino_Proto3_logdata. The overlay data on the video is as following: Engine rotation speed (rpm), … Continue reading "RaceRender3 and Fuelino Proto3 on Honda CBR125R"
This article has the purpose of showing how it is possible to calculate Tait Bryan angles (yaw, pitch, roll) by fusing the data coming from multiple sensors (3-axis acceleration sensor and 3-axis gyroscope sensor). First of all, let's see which axis are used to evaluate the rotation angles. Please notice that axis and angles sign … Continue reading "Calculating Tait Bryan angles by acceleration and gyroscope sensors signal fusion"
Here is an example which explains how to analyzed the data logged when riding the motorcycle. First of all, the raw binary data, which is saved on the SD card, must be converted into an easily manageable Excel file. This step is performed by a tool which I created using Microsoft Visual Studio Express 2013. … Continue reading "Analyzing logged data with Google Fusion Tables"