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What is the Internet of Things (IoT)? The lauded Internet of Things consists of everything, billions and even trillions of communicating devices, connecting and networking together. What will connect? The easier question is, what won’t connect? Society today wants their things to work together – seamlessly and simply – to make their life better. Imagine […]

Battery-less: A better way forward The challenges associated with battery-dependent wireless devices, discussed in “Powering the Internet of Wireless Things – Part 1”, threaten the growth of wireless sensor networks and open the door to EnOcean energy harvesting wireless technology. Designed to harness their power from their surrounding environment, energy harvesting devices are self-powered and […]

Wireless devices – they are all around us. Convenience has played a significant role in the embraced adoption of wireless devices, and the applications of wireless devices continue to broaden in their reach. Conservative projections speculate that the demand for wireless devices won’t slow down anytime soon either; in fact, it’s estimated that with the […]

Alors que, il y a peu d’années, nous pensions encore que le nombre de protocoles allait considérablement se réduire pour laisser place à quelques standards, nous assistons, ces derniers mois, à une véritable inflation avec notamment l’arrivée de Thread, Sigfox ou LoRa à grand renfort de communication… Confusion pour marché Smart Building Si l’émergence de […]

More and more building owners, whether residential or commercial, are looking at installing building automation systems into their property. There are some many cool and useful features in modern automation systems that are now attracting much more than the initial early adopters. And the return on investment of such systems is often quite appealing. But […]

Willkommen im EnOcean-Blog Seit der Gründung von EnOcean im Jahr 2001 hat sich viel getan in der Welt der batterielosen Funktechnologie. Angefangen hat alles mit einem Schalter, der seine Energie aus dem Drücken der Taste gewinnt. Den batterielosen Schalter gibt es immer noch. Inzwischen findet er sich in mehreren hunderttausend Gebäuden weltweit – neben solarbetriebenen […]

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