EDF file compatibility of BITadroid and PluxDroid data files so that the open source, freely available EDFBrowser may be used as well as OpenSignals. JSON is clearly a leader in the future of neuroscience data standards due to the very large data files. But, the highly professional quality of the Bitalino has left many medical professionals, who do not have time for DIY projects without access to this technology because they learned the old standards using expensive professional biophysical data analysis software tools. Plux and Bitalino undoubtedly have product development plans and they should include a path from the old EDF files to the new data files. There are very large medical databases worldwide for EEG, ECG, etc. that researchers routinely examine with EDF being widely supported and there is a growing need to compare your JSON data to the proven standard databases in EDF file format. Perhaps, it a capabilty or selectable option to the BITadroid and PluxDroid apps or possibly a separate app for file conversion.
This wish is stronger when you consider analysis of biophysical measurement data using open source tools like EEGlab being learned at numerous universities around the world. Of course, it is clear that OpenSignals could, after further development, replace EEGlab but that appears to be relatively far in the future because EEGlab is also morphing rapidly. I am simply asking you to provide a path to the current standard files for the millions of doctors and medical researchers because they currently cannot read JSON files with their existing expensive government certified medical equipment software.