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NFC and EnOcean Energy Harvesting – the Perfect Duo for the IoT

NOV
10
2020
10. NOV 2020

Lecture electronica Conferences > Wireless Congress > Session 3: Low Power Communication

15:25-15:50 h | Virtual

In the Internet of Things (IoT), billions to trillions of sensors deliver the data needed for intelligent control and digitization of buildings. EnOcean’s energy harvesting technology enables wireless sensors offering the requested flexibility and maintenance-freedom for deeply connected IoT systems. However, each of these sensory devices needs to be parameterized and put into operation according to individual demands and environments. Up to now, in many cases energy harvesting solutions do not offer bi-directional communications to support such commissioning processes. This brings Near Field Communication (NFC) into play as the ideal addition to EnOcean self-powered sensor and switch modules. NFC capabilities integrated into EnOcean energy harvesting products is a future-proof next step in the rapidly evolving IoT market. A major success factor of such digitization projects is the easy commissioning and programming of thousands of sensing devices in a building delivering the data needed for individual and demand-based optimization processes. This addresses several players involved in the IoT value chain. Benefits for OEM product manufacturers ? All products that integrate NFC-enabled EnOcean modules can be configured and adapted according to the individual customer demand prior to delivery. As a result, OEMs only need to stock the basic product and make certain settings.This saves storage costs while OEMs can more quickly respond to individual customer requests. ? The development of an NFC tool is simple and can easily be added to an existing commissioning app or developed as stand-alone tool. Benefits for OEM customers ? For IoT projects, all specific parameters needed for an individually planned system can be set beforehand which significantly facilitates the integrator´s and installer´s work while saving valuable project time simultaneously. ? Specific product information can be written in the NFC tag of an EnOcean product, e.g. the switch design (single or double rocker) and icons on the rocker (lighting or shutter control). ? NFC allows off-site and off-power commissioning, meaning that link tables, security codes and any other parameters of line-powered devices can be changed, even when the device itself is actually not powered and packed in a box, allowing changes of pre-configured product packages. ? The smartphone becomes an easy to handle onboarding tool (including the teach-in) for EnOcean products. Benefits for End Users: ? Sensors and switches integrating an NFC tag, store all information on the service provider who set up the system including contact details and URL. ? Energy harvesting devices which are not in use during a certain period of time, e.g. heating valve actuators during summer time, can be woken up for operation via NFC. ? The information in the NFC tag of line-powered and energy harvesting devices can be used for the visualization of statistics and error diagnosis.

Subjects: Wireless

Speaker: Markus Kreitmair (EnOcean GmbH)

Type: Lecture

Speech: English

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In the Internet of Things (IoT), billions to trillions of sensors deliver the data needed for intelligent control and digitization of buildings. EnOcean’s energy harvesting technology enables wireless sensors offering the requested flexibility and maintenance-freedom for deeply connected IoT systems. However, each of these sensory devices needs to be parameterized and put into operation according to individual demands and environments. Up to now, in many cases energy harvesting solutions do not offer bi-directional communications to support such commissioning processes. This brings Near Field Communication (NFC) into play as the ideal addition to EnOcean self-powered sensor and switch modules. NFC capabilities integrated into EnOcean energy harvesting products is a future-proof next step in the rapidly evolving IoT market. A major success factor of such digitization projects is the easy commissioning and programming of thousands of sensing devices in a building delivering the data needed for individual and demand-based optimization processes. This addresses several players involved in the IoT value chain. Benefits for OEM product manufacturers ? All products that integrate NFC-enabled EnOcean modules can be configured and adapted according to the individual customer demand prior to delivery. As a result, OEMs only need to stock the basic product and make certain settings.This saves storage costs while OEMs can more quickly respond to individual customer requests. ? The development of an NFC tool is simple and can easily be added to an existing commissioning app or developed as stand-alone tool. Benefits for OEM customers ? For IoT projects, all specific parameters needed for an individually planned system can be set beforehand which significantly facilitates the integrator´s and installer´s work while saving valuable project time simultaneously. ? Specific product information can be written in the NFC tag of an EnOcean product, e.g. the switch design (single or double rocker) and icons on the rocker (lighting or shutter control). ? NFC allows off-site and off-power commissioning, meaning that link tables, security codes and any other parameters of line-powered devices can be changed, even when the device itself is actually not powered and packed in a box, allowing changes of pre-configured product packages. ? The smartphone becomes an easy to handle onboarding tool (including the teach-in) for EnOcean products. Benefits for End Users: ? Sensors and switches integrating an NFC tag, store all information on the service provider who set up the system including contact details and URL. ? Energy harvesting devices which are not in use during a certain period of time, e.g. heating valve actuators during summer time, can be woken up for operation via NFC. ? The information in the NFC tag of line-powered and energy harvesting devices can be used for the visualization of statistics and error diagnosis.

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EnOcean GmbH

Markus Kreitmair

Markus Kreitmair

EnOcean GmbH

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Speaker,
EnOcean GmbH

Markus Kreitmair
Markus Kreitmair

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