IRNAS has been granted funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme within the framework of the NGI-POINTER, for KORUZA, our open-source wireless optical communication system for urban environments.
Detecting elephants from thermal cameras, with the help of Machine Learning. Design, implementation and evaluation of Machine Learning models running on a general-purpose microcontroller under low-power conditions.
Power consumption optimization is at heart of IRNAS’ development of advanced applied IoT solutions. As such, we are always working actively to optimize our workflows and automate testing with continuous integration, this time with Nordic Semiconductor’s new Power Profiler Kit II (PPK2).
LoRa Alliance® and Wireless Broadband Alliance Demonstrate Increase in Market Opportunity and ROI for IoT Deployments that Combine LoRaWAN® and Wi-Fi
IRNAS and Smart Parks have been working on designing the next generation of open-source tracking solutions for national park management and wildlife protection for the past two years and the deployment of these solutions in the field has proven very valuable.
We are proud to let you know that we’ve partnered with Edge Impulse and ARM to deliver efficient, power-optimized on-device machine learning solutions so we can increase the added value of our deliveries. We are excited to be able to begin to unlock endless possibilities for our customers through machine learning by making our devices smarter.
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