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Reducing Wireless Connectivity Current Consumption to Increase IoT End-Point Intelligence

NOV
12
2020
12. NOV 2020

Lecture Embedded Forum > Low Power Design

17:00-17:20 h | Virtual

Wireless data transfer has historically been a major power consuming portion of connected designs. By diligently focusing on reducing the current consumption for Wi-Fi radio, InnoPhase has seen an interesting transition in customer applications. Customers are now able to create new battery-based, cloud-connected applications for a variety of markets including home automation, asset tracking and industrial machine maintenance that were not possible with previous technology. In existing Wi-Fi connected applications, customers are able to increase their MCU application processing or add more sensors to make these products "smarter" while maintaining their original battery capacity. These more intelligent devices can provide more data points for AI processing, or more convenience for homes and businesses through anticipatory technology.

Subjects: Embedded systems

Speaker: Robert McCormick (InnoPhase)

Type: Lecture

Speech: English

Wireless data transfer has historically been a major power consuming portion of connected designs. By diligently focusing on reducing the current consumption for Wi-Fi radio, InnoPhase has seen an interesting transition in customer applications. Customers are now able to create new battery-based, cloud-connected applications for a variety of markets including home automation, asset tracking and industrial machine maintenance that were not possible with previous technology. In existing Wi-Fi connected applications, customers are able to increase their MCU application processing or add more sensors to make these products "smarter" while maintaining their original battery capacity. These more intelligent devices can provide more data points for AI processing, or more convenience for homes and businesses through anticipatory technology.

Speaker,
InnoPhase

Robert McCormick

Robert McCormick

InnoPhase

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Speaker,
InnoPhase

Robert McCormick
Robert McCormick
Director, Sales & Marketing

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