Bluetooth lock for garage and parking doors

Bluetooth lock help you comfortably access your garage and/or parking without anything more than your mobile phone. We all have gotten used to wireless controllers to open garage doors for [...]

By | September 8th, 2016|Bluetooth, M2M and IoT|

Bluetooth technology in sensors for the IoT

Bluetooth technology is already very present in the IoT. However, we are not taking full advantage of its possibilities in conjunction with sensors. Bluetooth technology is everywhere. SmartPhones being so [...]

By | September 1st, 2016|Bluetooth, M2M and IoT|

RFID IC design through history: from plain identification to the IoT

Learn how RFID IC design has evolved from the initial objective of identifying object to its current part in the Internet of Things. Other than the military uses of RFID-like [...]

By | August 25th, 2016|M2M and IoT, RFID ID tags|

Bringing Bluetooth sensor devices to industrial applications

We are constantly seeing Bluetooth based gadgets marketed for the end user but… why not bring Bluetooth sensor devices to industrial applications? Have you heard about the ‘Parrot Flower Power’? [...]

By | August 11th, 2016|M2M and IoT|

Top 3 reasons to switch to RFID data logger for cold chain

Usage of a RFID data logger in cold chain monitoring provides benefits that may be hard to ignore, especially for companies with RFID infrastructure in place. Temperature monitoring in cold [...]

By | August 4th, 2016|Cold Chain Monitoring, M2M and IoT|

Battery free strain gage: using the VMeter tag

Developing your own battery free strain gage is at your hand. Start testing with the VMeter platform to make your development easier. The VMeter is a development platform we provide [...]

By | July 28th, 2016|"How to" series, M2M and IoT|

Developing your own battery-free sensors: RFID software design

Part of developing your own battery-free RFID sensors will be to develop the RFID software for the reader. Check what you should take into account. Let me say it once [...]

By | July 21st, 2016|"How to" series, Energy Harvesting, M2M and IoT|

Developing your own battery-free sensors: RFID firmware design

The key topics you need to address when developing RFID firmware to design and implement your own battery-free RFID sensor tags. We’ve previously discussed about how linked hardware, firmware and [...]

By | July 14th, 2016|"How to" series, Energy Harvesting, M2M and IoT|

Developing your own battery-free sensors: RFID hardware design

Understand the key characteristics you need to take into account when developing RFID hardware to design your own battery-free RFID sensor tags. We’ve already mentioned how RFID hardware is all [...]

By | July 7th, 2016|"How to" series, Energy Harvesting, M2M and IoT|

Battery-free sensor sampling rate: RFID reader speed series

Have a visual experience of how different RFID reader models perform in terms of sampling rate with our 'RFID reader speed test' series of videos. One of the typical questions [...]

By | June 30th, 2016|"How to" series, M2M and IoT, RFID ID tags|