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Rumpel

  • Generic dashboard for all HAT owners
  • Open sourced, Mozilla-licensed
  • White labelled provision for HAT providers to be integrated with their own app user accounts
  • Rumpel is the control centre for the HAT owner’s personal data

The Harriet project team initiated the creation of RUMPEL – the private dashboard for users’ HAT data, allowing HAT users view and manage their personal information, whilst providing a valuable case study for the viability of the HAT’s privacy-preserving data infrastructure. It is made available as an open source programme, under Mozilla Public License.

HAT owners can use the dashboard to:

  • Customise exactly which parts of the profile are public or private
  • Visualise all the information in the HAT, including stats and notifications
  • Manage Data Plugs and track incoming data from various applications
  • View and search all locations from the point the HAT is connected to the locations Data Plug

Rumpel is also the baseline dashboard that all HAT Service Providers have to provide. They can re-skin and change it the way they wish as long as the core functionalities of the HAT Dashboard are available to their users. Rumpel code is contributed by CONTRIVE/HALL project by the Centre of the Digital Economy, University of Surrey and Service Systems Group, WMG, University of Warwick.

RumpelLite

  • Generic app for HAT owners
  • Open sourced, Mozilla-licensed
  • White labelled provision for HAT providers to be integrated with their own app user accounts
  • Rumpel Lite is the iOS HAT Dashboard app

Rumpel Lite is the iOS HAT dashboard app, with code contributed by SSWMG, University of Warwick, through the CONTRIVE/HALL project. It is open sourced for the HAT Community to build on under Mozilla Public License.

Currently, one can use Rumpel Lite to:

  • Download and configure a HAT - private, personal data containers for storing consumer information generated on the internet
  • Securely store and maintain your own personal information
  • Gather and capture information that’s created about you by internet services like Facebook and Twitter
  • Monitor and retain iOS sensor data about your location
  • Store and publish text-based notes and updates