Tagged with: IoT


Angelos-Christos Anadiotis, EPFL @ PITLab Enabling adaptive data processing in the IoT network and the cloud servers Friday, May 10 2019, 12.30 Big Data today are generated by several devices in the context of different applications. This talk will focus on Internet of Things (IoT) devices, as they ...
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news, IoT, BigData

The Things Network Meetup 2019 May 10 The Shape of Things to Come The Things Network #Copenhagen Meetup 2019 New to the Internet of Things (#IoT)? Curious? Why IoT is not about #5G? The Things Network is a different approach to doing useful things with sensors and data. Whether you are all #new to t ...
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news, IoT, LoRaWAN

The Things Network June 1, 20017, we hosted the first hackathon of The Things Network, https://www.thethingsnetwork.org IoT by the people, for the people. Here s some (danish) press: https://www.version2.dk/artikel/global-bevaegelse-by-aabne-brugerejede-iot-netvaerk-hold-teleoperatoererne-skak-10781 ...
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news, IoT, LoRaWAN

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Deliberately scoped very wide, this group contains a number of projects in different possible directions, from Location services via LPWAN time-of-flight and GPS/GNSS, Vessel tracking and management in fisheries, tourism and logistcs Water quality anc chemistry sensing for Aquaculure, specifically Mariculture, Wave and tidal dynamics, e.g. in energy harvesting and variations/combinations of …
Supervisors: Sebastian Büttrich
Semester: Fall 2022
Tags: Satellite, Image processing, Machine Learning, edge, constrained computing, IoT, sensors, location

PROPOSAL

swarm.space is a commercial company providing low-bandwidth satellite connectivity using ultra-small (quarter cubesat unit) satellites in a low orbit. Swarm satellites cover every point on Earth, enabling IoT devices to affordably operate in any location. Swarm uses a form of LoRa network. While ground terminals for satellite networks traditionally were both big and expensive, modems and antennas …
Supervisors: Sebastian Büttrich
Semester: Spring 2023
Tags: Satellite, IoT

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LoRa is a relatively new long-range low-power standard allowing for battery powered pocketsize nodes to transmit over 100s to 1000s of kilometers. ThingSat is a CubeSat communication payload constituted of an electronic board of several LoRa transmitters and a patch antenna operating in (868MHz, 2.4GHz). It is a guest payload of a shared 3U CubeSat. Available projects under this platform include …
Supervisors: Sebastian Büttrich
Semester: Spring 2023
Tags: Satellite, IoT