The following information is given in good faith to hobbyist developers to help allow partial Seneye integration into their systems, but doesn't allow complete control and access. For companies or organisations requiring deeper levels of integration please contact us regarding our partner schemes.
https://api.seneye.com/ provides you with the "last reading" from a seneye device that has been received and processed by the servers. The data format is provided in both XML and JSON. All details about how to call a reading are given on the website.
https://github.com/seneye/SUDDriver provides details and source-code for how to speak directly to the seneye device. This allows you to write a program that can be used on a variety of platforms that can take the readings for pH, NH3, temperature etc. directly from the seneye device. For example, some people have used this as a basis to write a program that allows a Raspberry Pi to read the data from the seneye device and write it to a database.
The seneye LDE (Local Data Exchange) outputs the last reading from the seneye device to a network/internet location of your choosing via the seneye connect application or seneye web server. This can be used to view a local copy of the data, or upload the data to your own server or database.
Please note that examples and notes are not directly supported and are given only as examples. seneye provide them as reference and as such warranties are not provided for the use and functionality.