June 11, 2015: ZevRoss developing software for a new health study

ZevRoss Spatial Analysis is developing software to help researchers at Columbia University manage and analyze data from a study related to bicycling and health in New York City. As part of the study, participants bicycle the City outfitted with an array of sensors that monitor heart rate, respiration, blood pressure and air pollution. In support of the study, ZevRoss Spatial Analysis is developing a library of computer functions in the R language (an R package) that will process the sensor data and upload to SQL databases for storage.