De-risking IoT Wireless Design

February 23, 2017

0ne of the biggest advantages of IoT is ability to update configurations or add new Functionality after the device has left the Factory but you have to do some work upfront or example a well-designed bootloader enables iterative updates  but requires a robust process for managing those updates in the field you also need to mitigate the risks of frequent iteration by minimizing downtime and designing fail-safes against bricking the device during updates.

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Tailoring IoT platforms to the requirements of specific use cases

whitePaper | April 13, 2021

The Internet of Things has evolved in the last 10-15 years from a long-term visionary idea to our current reality, present in more and more domains of our everyday lives. Many IoT architectures and platforms are being proposed today by various academic and industrial consortia, in domains as diverse as smart manufacturing, smart homes, smart cities or smart transport, to name just a few. These different IoT platforms have many things in common, as they all rely on connecting some smart sensor and actuator devices to each other and to the Internet, providing value-added services and applications to us, human users, either directly, or in an indirect manner. However, by closely analyzing their structure and operational focus, we can observe that these IoT architectures and platforms have also special features tailored to the requirements of different use cases.

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WHY LoRaWAN® IS THE FOUNDATION FOR SMART BUILDING SUCCESS

whitePaper | March 12, 2020

Smart buildings present an obvious sector of the market in which Internet of Things (IoT) enabled services can generate efficiencies, improved user experiences and profits. Much of the early focus has been on utilizing IoT applications to generate savings in utility consumption but this is now widening to encompass applications that support the new ways that people use the buildings they live and work in. Popular applications include room and desk sharing, individual environmental control, predictive maintenance and many others.

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White paper - Connected Cars - Smart transport

whitePaper | January 15, 2020

A new revolution is brewing in the bosom of IoT that would connect things from all over together. And with this motto of reformation and transformation, IoT is connecting all the cars and making them smarter for a smart and intelligent future. A smart cityscape for a bright future needs smart mobility and therefore we developed an innovative solution to drive the future in the present ecosystem of transportation.

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IoT Signals- Edition 3 (Microsoft)

whitePaper | October 5, 2021

The Internet of Things (IoT) is rapidly changing the world around us, transforming a huge range of physical objects through digital intelligence. Beyond our ubiquitous smart personal devices, IoT is revolutionizing the way companies do business – helping them become faster, smarter, safer, and more efficient.

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The Work Ahead in IoT: The Gap Widens Between IoT ‘Haves’ and ‘Have-nots’

whitePaper | September 1, 2021

The current task with IoT is to drive performance outcomes by combining it with other advanced technologies and gaining buy-in from the employees essential to making digital initiatives possible. While the definition of IoT evolves, the mission remains essentially the same: to provide real-time visibility into critical business operations.

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Transforming Endpoints with Artificial Intelligence

whitePaper | August 5, 2021

There has never been so much compute power available in IoT devices - now is the time to be designing and deploying true intelligence in IoT endpoints. Devices which are aware of their environment are capable of adding huge value to the data they collect and the services which they enable. This paper explores how new and emerging technology can enable your devices to see, hear and feel what is going on, interpret what they sense, take autonomous actions and generate real, trusted, valued data for the cloud. Recent developments in hardware and software will enable a step change in the capability of resource-constrained endpoint platforms, allowing developers to build vision, voice and vibration capability, coupled with genuine intelligence at the endpoint.

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