Stark Drones wants to practice collecting more intensive data as research and launches progress. Data seen here is "as-is" and mostly been anonymized. As funding and research allows, we want to do more studies for both our algorithms and hardware launches.

Neutrino Oscillations

Finding anomalies from Neutrino Oscillation data sources (CERN/Stanford Experimental Particle Physics Lab), utilizing a novel QuadTree method for zeros between sensitive data points. 

Mining Stress Test

Tried finding novel techniques for crypto-mining, offered technical expertise and light algorithmic capabilites to ChainTerra for basic stress testing.

Mining Stress Test

Continued stress testing for ChainTerra on a less congested network.

MSP-430 Memory Configuration

         name            origin    length      used     unused   attr    fill----------------------  --------  ---------  --------  --------  ----  --------  SFR                   00000000   00000010  00000000  00000010  RWIX  PERIPHERALS_8BIT      00000010   000000f0  00000000  000000f0  RWIX  PERIPHERALS_16BIT     00000100   00000100  00000000  00000100  RWIX  RAM                   00000200   00000080  00000032  0000004e  RWIX  INFOD                 00001000   00000040  00000000  00000040  RWIX  INFOC                 00001040   00000040  00000000  00000040  RWIX
See full memory configuration mapping --> at the repository
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8" standalone="no"?><configurations XML_version="1.2" id="configurations_0">    <configuration XML_version="1.2" id="configuration_0">        <instance XML_version="1.2" desc="TI MSP430 USB1" href="connections/TIMSP430-USB.xml" id="TI MSP430 USB1" xml="TIMSP430-USB.xml" xmlpath="connections"/>        <connection XML_version="1.2" id="TI MSP430 USB1">            <instance XML_version="1.2" href="drivers/msp430_emu.xml" id="drivers" xml="msp430_emu.xml" xmlpath="drivers"/>            <platform XML_version="1.2" id="platform_0">                <instance XML_version="1.2" desc="MSP430G2001" href="devices/MSP430G2001.xml" id="MSP430G2001" xml="MSP430G2001.xml" xmlpath="devices"/>            </platform>        </connection>    </configuration></configurations>

Photon Dev Board Subscription Data

This trace was taken from app data from 6/27/2022 for the same board from the Internet Balloon Launch that was on June 18th, 2022.The data have been scrubbed/anonymized.It gives insight to:
  • Data/Stream Subscription Capabilities
  • Stream logging capabilities
  • Bytesize and Post/Data Capabilities
  • Logging Capabilities w/ Android and Photon Board
  • Data Pinging and Sync Capabilities

592000,quic=":443"; ma=2592000; v="46,43"

Cache-Control: private

Content-Encoding: gzip

Content-Type: application/json; charset=UTF-8

Date: Mon, 27 Jun 2022 19:48:31 GMT

ETag: etag-1070197449556-fireperf-fetch-1769032129

You can download the subscription data from the repository and use LogPad to query the events. LogPad can be seen here.
You can also use LogCat or a network visualizer to look at trace history. These bytes were transferred within a short time period. The most complex way to visualize it, is perhaps utilizing a network visualizer toolkit that can do so with nano and millisecond trace precision.

Decentralized Internet SDK Usage Stats

As of November 27th, 2022, the Decentralized-Internet SDK repository has reached over 133k downloads just from NPM alone. On the GitHub Marketplace, it has reached 819 people subscribed to the open-source application (for repo tracking purposes), of which it has an 82% active retention rate based off installed vs. not installed.That SDK is an open-source dev kit and library for building an offline-centric network centered around distributed data sharding. It includes clusterpost and the gridbee-framework, amongst other repos. It also implements BOINC. It is mostly hosted through a single monorepo and is the largest dev kit for distributed and grid computing projects, as well as a decentralized web.  According to BOINC's website, a small team wanting to process 100 TeraFLOPS for 1 year, would only pay on average $125k using BOINC and the power of volunteer/grid computing as opposed to $175 Million hosting on Amazon's Elastic Computing Cloud. Since BOINC is open-source, the decentralized-internet SDK aims to take that same philosophy and integrate it into the world of decentralized applications. Stark Drones oversees the distribution of that SDK.By the end of the year 2022, the Decentralized-Internet SDK had over 175k downloads across all installation sources. Stark Drones helps maintain this open-source SDK which is meant to be a competitor to Tor.

Knowledge Preservation on the Blockchain

Outside of its own protocols, and various other places Stark Drones distributes information, it is getting in the habit of using third party services as well like Arweave and the Permaweb, along with in order to archive data and research. This makes sure Stark Drones and its related research are preserved for all generations. Some of our repos are also part of GitHub's arctic vault.

Realtime Data Analysis and Load Testing w/ the Cloud

We have ran a test utilizing NextFlow and Seqera on the CHIPseq algorithmic template and custom configurations with a single core max CPU and 6GB max memory in the specs, connected to Google Batch through an API. These are the results. We can potentially analyze 500TB of memory for only $31.38 if this setup is scalable. This is related to cloud/edge computing, and likely an algorithm more tailored towards actual targeting and the data types analyzed, can probably yield even more valuable results.