A High-Level Scripting Language for AudioMoth
AudioMoth is a low-cost open-source smart acoustic sensor used for biodiversity and environmental sensing (https://www.openacousticdevices.info).
There are 10,000 AudioMoth devices in use today; the majority of which are using the standard firmware which provides scheduled
recording. We want to open up AudioMoth to ecologists and environmental scientists who wish to use it as a generic data logging
platform and to do so we need to provide a high level scripting language that is easy to use and familiar to users of Python
and R (currently all AudioMoth code must be in low-level embedded C code). This project will deliver this language (possibly
a new language or the porting of an existing language, such as MicroPython, to the AudioMoth platform) and an associated standard
library that make reprogramming and reconfiguring AudioMoth simple and straightforward.