During the presentation I released an IOS tool which sideloaded bluetooth functionality to allow an iphone to track other bluetooth devices. The tool then sent the data to a web service for storage & analysis. The code used to create the IOS sensor node and the corresponding server code can be found here.
The data gathered from this project showed:
- Tracking of bluetooth devices over time via geolocation
- The percentage of stationary to moving devices in a large sample set
- What were the most popular deployed devices at the time (vendor, os, device type, etc)
- Provided a mechanism for statistically deriving NAP addresses when doing passive monitoring