QUADRANT DATA OVERVIEW

Product Overview

Data Dictionary

Global Data Counts

About Mobile Location Data

 

RESOURCES

Cross Account Bucket Access

A. AWS S3

 

Getting Started with Quadrant Mobile Location Data

A. Create a Database, Table and Partition

B. How To Run Basic Location Data Queries

i. Scale and Trend

ii. Depth

iii. Accuracy

C. How Geohash Works (Coming Soon)

 

All You Need To Know About Data Evaluation

A. Best Practices

B. SDK vs Bidstream Data

C. Data Evaluation using AWS Athena

 

Location Data Algorithms and Queries

A. Geo-fencing Query

B. Footfall Query

C. Nearest POI Model

D. Location Algorithms

 

SDK INTEGRATIONS

Android Integration

iOS Integration

Integrate with Unity3D for Android

Integrate with Unity3D for iOS

 
ASIA PACIFIC DATA ALLIANCE

About The Alliance

The Data

Use Cases & Data Science Algorithms

Access APAC Data Alliance Data with AWS S3

 
MEDIA LIBRARY
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

 

 

 

 

INTEGRATION


AMAZON WEB SERVICES S3 BUCKET - PULL DATA

The steps outlined below will help you get started with pulling data from Quadrant's S3 bucket into your S3 bucket. You will need to setup the AWS Command Line Interface (CLI) on your machine.

I. To set up the AWS CLI

1. Download and configure AWS CLI. View the following topics in the AWS Command Line Interface User Guide to understand how you can do it:


AWS CLI version 1. You can install AWS CLI version 1 (please ensure you install V1 and not V2) with three different techniques:


1.2 Configure AWS Command Line Interface

Here AWS explains how to configure the settings that the AWS Command Line Interface (AWS CLI) uses to interact with AWS. This will include your security credentials, the default output format, and the default AWS Region.

Sections


 

Remarks: AWS requires that all incoming requests are cryptographically signed. The AWS CLI does this for you. The "signature" includes a date/time stamp. You must ensure that your computer's date and time are set correctly. If you don't, and the date/time in the signature is too far off of the date/time recognized by the AWS service, AWS rejects the request.

 

 

II. Pull Data

Once you have setup your AWS CLI, use the following command to pull data into your S3 bucket: 

aws s3 sync s3://<quadrant-bucket>/ s3://<your-bucket>/

Here is a list of commands that can be performed on S3 bucket.

Note: The text that is underlined in the command above indicate the name of Quadrant's S3 bucket and your S3 bucket, respectively. Please update your bucket name prior to running this command.