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Sibridge outs smart wireless sensor network reference design

21 Oct 2014

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Sibridge Technologies has unleashed what it says is an ultra-low-power smart wireless sensor network reference design solution geared for end applications such as home automation, smart agriculture, smart city, industrial control and custom IoT applications. According to the company, the Wireless Sensor Network (WSN) reference design includes multiple connected nodes forming extendable and modular mesh network.

Each node is equipped with variety of sensors such as proximity, temperature, humidity, accelerometer, gyroscope, ambient etc. The over-the-air programming and ultra-low-power design keeps the overall maintenance cost to bare minimum. The support for hardware and software customisation allows customers to target plethora of end applications.

The WSN reference design provides WiFi, Zigbee, Bluetooth LE and IoT (6LoWPAN) as choice of the wireless communication protocol. The WSN reference design provides intuitive GUI and android apps for control and configuration. Customers can dynamically add or change sensors. The reference design also allows users to bind multiple sensors to elicit actions based on the configured benchmarks. Sibridge Technologies WSN reference design can connect to cloud based server for cloud computing and can be integrated with leading cloud technology providers. Its modular design helps customers to easily port it to their customised hardware and make them part of sensor network, noted the company.

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