Articles explaining WSN Page 1

Wireless sensor networks are groups of autonomous, multifunctional sensor nodes which can measure, process, and communicate data across short distances. They are small, low-cost, and low-power, designed to be arranged in large-scale networks. Wireless sensors can be used for commercial, civic, and civilian applications, such as geofencing, condition monitoring, measuring city-wide pollution, people counting, and traffic flow control. This blog contains articles and success stories, as well as news about wireless sensor network technology and applications.

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in Conference News | By RFID & Wireless IoT tomorrow | 04 April 2017

RFID & Wireless IoT
for the digital future

9 Forums | 70 Speakers | +50 Exhibitors | September 27th/28th | Dusseldorf


Experience RFID & Wireless IoT at RFID tomorrow 2017, live and in user-oriented showcases! Learn everything about technology solutions for process automation, supply chain management and the realisation of digital business strategies. Conference talks from industry, maintenance, supply chain, retail, security, and healthcare are bridging the gap between process know-how and innovative solutions. Sensor networks, RTLS, connectivity, machine-to-machine communication, contactless data transfer, big data handling and consumer interaction are key topics for speakers and exhibitors on the trade show floor alike.

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in Articles | By Kathrein RFID | 30 January 2017

Kathrein starts with the next generation of RFID systems!

The requirements for modern identification systems are increasingly defined by ERP architectures. Compared to a large percentage of RFID systems which are equipped either with a serial or a proprietary port, today only a few percent are equipped with a slow and non-network-ready protocol. The reason lies in a constant need for optimisation and efficiency gains in a production and logistics environment.

By Thomas Brunner, Head of Business Line IoT Solutions, KATHREIN Group

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