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Wireless Body Area Networks

Posted by Denis Pasero, Product Commercialisation Manager on 22nd August 2016

Wireless Body Area Networks( WBAN) is an increasingly talked about area in medical circles and how it can impact the care of patients and predict medical emergencies prior to them happening, working as an early warning system for patients with[..]

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Energy harvesting trends and the important role of battery technology

Posted by Denis Pasero on 26th July 2016

Energy harvesting in its different forms has been in place for many years with larger installs like solar fields and wind turbines being the most obvious demonstrations of these in action. However, it is in the industrial and automotive spaces[..]

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Creating a perpetual beacon using Stereax® M250 battery technology

Posted by Denis Pasero on 11th July 2016

As IoT devices become utilised across a wider range of locations from smart homes, industrial settings, offices and farming locations, the ability to fit the device and then not to have to worry about maintenance and battery changing becomes more[..]

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Internet of Farms – IoT improving productivity in Agriculture

Posted by Dr. Denis Pasero on 21st June 2016

Large scale agriculture can present perhaps one of the best business cases for IoT devices. IoT enables remote locations to be monitored and controlled from a centralised point. By providing a more efficient way of monitoring these dispersed locations brings[..]

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Powering sensors in emerging smart cities

Posted by Posted by Denis Pasero, Product Manager on 15th June 2016

Continuous improvement is at the heart of the concept of a Smart City. One of the barriers to improvement in the past has been to get enough data from a wide variety of places to show a comprehensive view of[..]

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