Pat the Cosm vimp just PUTS imp data to Cosm cloud service. Which provides a time stamped history of readings and events etc. Cosm has an API which might help in providing you with what you needs.
Thank you! Seam like a good place to exploit the Internet of Things.
Cosm been around a long time I met them about 4 years ago when it Pachube. They have a bit of the jigsaw but never seemed interested in building a full soup to nuts platform like Electric Imp. If your interested in the in theoretical end of the IoT check out http://www.theinternetofthings.eu/
I’ve wired up a cheap GPS module to the uart on the April board, and, after some writing some code for the imp to parse the GPS output, I was able to send the longitude and latitude from the GPS to cosm datafeeds (https://cosm.com/feeds/71687) via the imp.
My experience suggests there is a bug in the current cosm vimp implementation, where the imp outputs are sometimes “off by one” (see http://forums.electricimp.com/discussion/114/bug-in-cosm-vimp#Item_2). This can be worked around by sending the first vimp output to a dummy cosm feed. What the cosm vimp thinks is the 2nd imp output is really the 1st imp output, 3rd is really 2nd, etc.