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

 

 

 

 

INTEGRATE SDK WITH UNITY3D FOR ANDROID


Unity is used to create half of the world’s games. It is a platform powered by tools and services that allow it to offer incredible possibilities for game developers and creators across industries and applications. In this section we will show you how to integrate Quadrant's data acquisition SDK to a unity app.

Pre-requisites:

Android SDK support for the library:

  • minSdkVersion 15

 

Tools required:

  • Android Studio (v3.0 and above)

  • Unity IDE (v2018.3 and above)

 

Step1: Create/open project in Unity IDE

create_unity_game android

 

You will see the following screen once the project is open.

created_unity_game android

 

Step 2: Switch platform to Android

Click on "File" → "Build Setings" → "Select Android" and click on "Switch Platform".

switch_platform_android

 

Step 3: Build project

Click on "File" → "Build Setings" → "Build".

build_unity_game android

 

You may have to select the Android SDK version to build the project. You will receive a notification once this is complete.

build_unity_game_success android

 

Step 4: Export project

Export the Unity project as an Android Studio project. To do so tick the checkbox on "File" → "Build Setings" → "Export Project" and click "Export".

Choose a location where the project files are to be saved. Exporting might take awhile to complete.

export_as_android_pjct

 

You should now be able to find the project files in your designated location.

export_as_android_pjct_success

 

 

Step 6: Build and run project in Android Studio

Open Adroid Studio IDE.

open_android_studio

 

Build and run the project to ensure there are no errors.

build_android_pjct1

run_android_pjct1

 

That's it!

You have successfully built and run the Android Studio project.

If you face any difficulties, do reach out to support@quadrant.io.