Category Research

Moteino

I’ve recently become aware of Moteino, a very low cost but powerful platform for wireless sensor networks. Felix at LowPowerLabs has done a fantastic job designing and building the devices, which come with 4Mbit of flash and a 433/868/915MHz transceiver, all for less than $20. Moteino is based around an Atmel 328p, running at 16MHz, […]

NERC: Networks of Sensors

I recently had the opportunity to attend NERCs (Natural Environment Research Council) third, and final, “Networks of Sensors” Annual Technology Showcase Event. It was particularly interesting as my area of research falls under sensor networks, in particular real-word deployments. It was a good opportunity to see what others had done with a fair bit of funding. […]