Develop custom hearing-related exams or general-purpose questionnaires, then deploy remotely to tablets and mobile devices at multiple sites.
Includes interface for plugins, allowing external contributors to build hardware that can interface directly with TabSINT.
Housed on Gitlab, this software is available to researchers across the world to use and adapt to their specific needs. Researchers with engineering resources can also contribute to the repository to further improve the features and robustness of this software.
How to Cite
How to Cite
Use the following citations to attribute TabSINT and WAHTS headset in publications. See References for more information.
TabSINT Mobile Framework for Hearing Related Tests and Questionnaires. Creare, 2018. http://tabsint.org
Meinke, D. K., Norris, J. A., Flynn, B. P., & Clavier, O. H. (2017). Going wireless and booth-less for hearing testing in industry. International Journal of Audiology, 56(sup1), 41-51.
Code and documentation Copyright (C) 2015-2019 Creare. Code released under the Apache v2 License, provided in LICENSE. All rights reserved.
License agreements for open source libraries used in the project can be found in NOTICE.
Creare has used commercially reasonable efforts in preparing the TabSINT Software but makes no guarantee or warranty of any nature with regard to its use, performance, or operation.
Creare makes no representations or warranties, and Creare shall incur no liability or other obligation of any nature whatsoever to any person from any and all actions arising from the use of this software. THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE HEREBY EXPRESSLY EXCLUDED. The final responsibility for the proper use and functioning of the TabSINT Software shall rest solely with the USAMRAA.
This code development was supported by the US Army Medical Research Materiel Command and the Army Public Health Command under SBIR Phase III Award #W81XWH-13-C-0194 to Creare LLC. In particular, we gratefully acknowledge the support and contributions of the Audiology and Speech Center at the Walter Reed National Military Medical Center and the Department of Defense Hearing Center of Excellence in the development and extensive testing of this software.