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IOT Tracking

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Hello Adobe Analytics Community !

The iOT teams around here are trying to track new objects. They are using a Android Operating System, so my questions is, from a technical point of view : is the Android SDK used for the mobile phones also the same one that I should use for the other connected devices ?

If someone has any feedback on tracking connected devices it would be great !

Cheers !

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The Android SDK will batch offline hits, then send everything at once when it's able to reach Adobe data collection servers.

If the device runs off of Android, then yes, I'd recommend using the Android SDK for tracking. You can also investigate the Experience Platform SDK, which basically enables a Launch-like UI for mobile implementations.

Good luck!

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I Forgot to add that It had to be only when the battery is fully charged and connected to the energy supply.

How does the SDK react when the mobile device is not connected to the wifi ? basically we want to simulate this !

Cheers !

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Correct answer by
Employee Advisor

The Android SDK will batch offline hits, then send everything at once when it's able to reach Adobe data collection servers.

If the device runs off of Android, then yes, I'd recommend using the Android SDK for tracking. You can also investigate the Experience Platform SDK, which basically enables a Launch-like UI for mobile implementations.

Good luck!