Smartphone Sensor Toolkit

The Smartphone Sensor Toolkit for LabVIEW makes it possible to utilize smartphone sensor data in your LabVIEW application. Just start the WireFlow Sensor Toolkit application on your smartphone, connect wirelessly over TCP/IP or plug it into a Windows PC or a NI Real-Time target with a USB cable and start collecting sensor data.

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LabVIEW Toolkit

AE0026 Smartphone Sensor Toolkit software

User Manual

AC0091-001 Smartphone Sensor Toolkit User Manual.pdf

Data sheet

AB0005-073 WF Smartphone Sensor Toolkit Data Sheet.pdf

Additional Downloads

Physics Lab - Rotational Speed

AB0005-089 AN11 Physics Lab – Rotational Speed.pdf

Physics Lab - Illuminance

AB0005-090 AN12 Physics Lab – Illuminance.pdf

Physics Lab - Rotational Speed examples

AB0005-094 AN11 Physics Lab – Rotational Speed

Physics Lab - Illuminance examples

AB0005-095 AN12 Physics Lab – Illuminance


– LabVIEW for Windows or LabVIEW for Real-Time targets (2014 or later)
– Android smartphone, API level 19 or greater (iPhone available in future release)
– WireFlow Sensor Toolkit Android application (available for free in Google Play store)
– USB cable to connect your smartphone to your system (optional)


The following sensor data is supported in the toolkit and can be acquired from a smartphone (Available sensors varies depending on smartphone model)

– Accelerometer
– Gyroscope
– Magenetic field
– Rotation vector
– Geomagnetic rotation vector
– Gravity
– Light
– Linear acceleration
– Pressure
– Proximity
– Relative humidity
– Ambient temperature
– GPS position
– GPS time


Application areas

– Remote control
– Meta data acquisition
– Education

Support & FAQ

Visit our Support Portal and submit a ticket if you don’t find any answers to your questions here.

Smartphone Sensor Toolkit Demo Video

Demonstrating the usage of the Smartphone Sensor Toolkit for LabVIEW from WireFlow, using an Android phone and a LEGO Mindstorms Robot.

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