A startup from Nuremberg wants to contribute to the smart city of the future by digitally transforming parking spaces. In contrast to other approaches that are either very expensive or time-consuming to install, Smart City System’s “Parking Pilot” is based on a small, yet robust, sensor that can be easily attached to parking areas.
At some stage of every project there comes a point where the developer has to ask which power supply is best suited to the application. Ever shorter development cycles, stricter specifications, and tighter budgets make the selection difficult. This article provides an overview of the details that need to be considered when making that choice.
The nRF52811 from Nordic Semiconductor is a multiprotocol SoC (System-on-Chip) and one of the first devices, that supports the new Bluetooth Core Specification 5.1. Besides Bluetooth Direction Finding and Bluetooth Long Range the SoC supports 802.15.4 that can be used for, Thread and Zigbee®. Thus it enables applications for direction information and distance measurement with centimeter precision. The...
Preparing today for tomorrow. If you postpone maintenance, you could well experience sudden machine and belt failure or faulty production. Regardless of whether the delay was due to cost savings, lack of skilled workers or loss of motivation: Thanks to predictive maintenance, this can no longer occur. However, a few points must be observed in order for this to succeed.