BodySim

BodySim is an open, multi-domain modeling  and simulation framework for body sensor network research and design. Our current focus is on wearable, because this is the area in which we have most experience; however, we evision that BodySim will translate to implantable and semi-invasive systems as well.

The source code is licensed under GPL and installation instructions are available on GitHub.

Updates:

For the next release, we plan on allowing users to run BodySim in batch mode -- that is, BodySim will be able to run multiple simulations unattended. Parallelization may also be introduced for higher performance in batch mode.

v0.5.1 (2015-02-09) Latest Stable Release

Bug fixes and installation changes.

v0.5 (2014-12-16)

Added batch functionality.

Enhanced user interface.

v0.4 (2014-08-29)

Updated Windows installer to automatically detect latest blender version (2.x).

Implemented faster line of sight calculations using C++ outside of Blender.

Revamp plugins system for greater modularity.

v0.3 (2014-08-09)

Add Line-of-Sight simulators for Wireless Channel Model.

Allow user to change range of frames for simulation.

Bug fixes.

v0.2 (2014-07-30)

Fixed plugins to work with faster simulation.

v0.1 (2014-07-27)

First stable release with faster trajectory simulation.

Citation:

Any academic publication that makes use of this software must cite the following paper:
 
Philip Asare, Robert F. Dickerson, Xianyue Wu, John Lach, John A. Stankovic, “BodySim: A Multi-Domain Modeling and Simulation Framework for Body Sensor Networks Research and Design” 8th ICST International Conference on Body Area Networks (BodyNets), October 2013, Boston, MA. Available at