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Telemetry Data

As part of our commitment to continuously improve our software and provide the best possible experience, we collect telemetry data while our software is running.

All data collected is used to:

  • Identify issues and help us improve our software

  • Provide troubleshooting information in case problems arise

  • Provide feedback about features and sensors used, to inform improvements and new features

In more detail, we collect the following metrics at the start of each SLAM session:

  • Slamcore software version

  • Linux Kernel version

  • CPU information (name, number of cores)

  • RAM information (total and free in Bytes)

  • Camera device information (manufacturer, model, serial number, firmware)

  • Client application name (e.g. slam_publisher or slamcore_visualiser)

  • Dataset name (in case of a dataset run and not a live camera run)

  • SLAM settings

In addition, we also report and send the following information on a periodic basis:

  • Pose

  • Travelled distance

  • Tracking status

  • CPU load

  • Free RAM

  • Number of dropped frames

  • Number of landmarks

  • Optimiser state

  • Camera exposure & gain

  • Number of keyframes

We do not collect the following

  • Images