The Things Conference 2021: Compact Multi-Featured IoT Devices for Industrial and Environmental Applications
When building an IoT device, first we have to focus on the purpose of the device. Will it serve a single-purpose application or is it meant for more complex operating, even interactions like data exchange, machine learning and upgrades? How much added value per miliwatt hour of battery consumption do you create with yout IoT device?
With RAM-1, a cellular IoT- and BLE- powered device, power grid operators will be able to monitor cases of faults in the power grid instantly, and thus take action immediately.
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).
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