Taron Foxworth

Internet Of Things, Web, and Hardware

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Intel Xeon D-2100 Processor Extends Intelligence to Edge

This can enable uses cases ranging from 5G-connected cars, smart stadiums, and retail and medical solutions.

Is FreeRTOS the future of embedded operating systems?

“Amazon went with FreeRTOS because they don’t need to make any money,” he says. “They don’t need to have a commercial OS provider in the space. For them, it’s not about the margin; it’s not about generating revenue from licensing an OS.”

This wearable tab may soon harness body movements to power gadgets

The system works by attaching the metallic tab, called a triboelectric nanogenerator, to the body, where it is then capable of generating electricity from, for example, the movement of a bending finger. Since the tab comprises of two thin layers of gold with a silicon-based polymer called polydimethylsiloxane (PDMS) placed in between

Verizon plans US rollout of NB-IoT guard band

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Verizon is to deploy its NB-IoT guard band network across the whole of the US, covering an estimated 2.56 million square miles by the end of 2018.

Mozilla announces an open gateway for the internet of things

Web of Things Gateway so that you can replace your Amazon Echo, Philips Hue hub, Apple TV and Google Home with an open device.

Web of Things.  JSON, and a REST and WebSockets API.

Data from wearables helped teach an AI to spot signs of diabetes

Cardiogram was able to detect diabetes with nearly 85 percent accuracy, just by looking at people's heart beats over time.

As valuable as this potential tool is, though, the company hasn't ruled out the possibility of eventually offering full-blown diagnoses too.

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architecture

What problem does my project solve?

How is it internet connected?

What hardware am I going to use?

How much will it cost?

How will I buy it?

How will it work? ( focus on Action )

IoT Networks

IoT Networks

Frequency band

Urban range

Rural range

Packet size

Number of devices

Who controls it?

Speed/Bandwith

Hardware Required

  • Sigfox
  • LoRa
  • Zigbee
  • Cat-M1
  • NB-IoT
  • WiFi
  • Bluetooth

Strengths

Weakenss

I'm making this classroom smart, should I use your network?

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IoT Networks

Frequency band

Urban range

Rural range

Packet size

Number of devices

Who controls it?

Speed/Bandwith

Hardware Required

  • Sigfox
  • LoRa
  • Zigbee
  • Cat-M1
  • NB-IoT
  • WiFi
  • Bluetooth

Strengths

Weakenss

I'm making this classroom smart, should I use your network?

Question

Specific scenarios

  • Q: I am building a connected city infrastructure (e.g. SmartGrid, water-management, pollution sensors), what network should I use?
  • A: LoRa / LoRaWAN : If your deployment is limited to a geographic location and your IoT sensors won’t be moving that much, LoRa makes more sense for you.
  • Q: I make bikes. Now I want to make connected bikes, what network should I use?
  • A: SigFox : Tell your users that their connected bikes will only work in certain countries and put SigFox modules in your bikes. SigFox offers more ubiquitous connectivity.
  • Q: I sell connected home appliances, what network should I use?
  • A: You should stick to WIFI for now, if you’re selling a connected door lock take advantage of the fact that it will be installed in house.
    You can always offer an option that has SigFox/LoRa as a fallback solution when the WIFI is down.

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Hardware

architecture

What problem does my project solve?

How is it internet connected?

What hardware am I going to use?

How much will it cost?

How will I buy it?

How will it work? ( focus on Action )

Internet of Things - Class 5

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