Nanotron Will Showcase its Location-Aware Products at Geo IoT World 2018

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Nanotron Technologies will be exhibiting at Geo IoT World 2018 its swarm bee location awareness modules which combine accurate UWB and long-range Chirp radio technologies in a single application

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Nanotron Will Showcase its Location-Aware Products at Geo IoT World 2018
Nanotron Will Showcase its Location-Aware Products at Geo IoT World 2018
Nanotron Will Showcase its Location-Aware Products at Geo IoT World 2018
Nanotron Will Showcase its Location-Aware Products at Geo IoT World 2018

At Geo IoT World, the conference that will be exploring further the location-aware IoT opportunities, taking place in Brussels, Belgium, June 11-13, 2018, Nanotron Technologies will showcase its swarm bee location awareness technology. 

Nanotron at Geo IoT World

At booth #3, nanotron will exhibit its swarm product family, which neatly combines accurate UWB and long-range Chirp radio technologies in a single application. Swarm bee modules offer tag-readiness, one common API and one common pin-out to cut time-to-market for location-aware products by 12 months compared to common in-house RF design. 

Nanotron’s CEO, Dr. Jens Albers, said, "UWB and Chirp work together seamlessly in swarm bee systems, providing the best of both worlds: UWB’s short-range accuracy for Exclusion Zone warning and Chirp’s longer range for vehicle-to-people Collision Avoidance Solutions."

Program of presentations

Nanotron will give two presentations as part of the conference:

 

  • Dr. Norman Dziengel, Marketing Manager: "Leveraging Location Data Analytics in the Mining Industry", Tuesday, June 12 (Track 1: Large Scale Indoor Projects)
  • Dr. Thomas Förste, VP Sales and Marketing: "Location Data Analytics: Business insights 24/7", Wednesday, June 13 (Track 2: When Big Data Meets IoT)

Dr. Förste also chairs the session “When Big Data meets IoT”.

Fast reaction for collision avoidance

For Collision Avoidance (CAS) and Exclusion Zone applications, swarm bee reacts lightning-fast to any approaching vehicle or item that comes within a pre-set distance meaning it can safely be used in vehicle-to-vehicle and vehicle-to-people situations. Existing products do not combine both use cases into one solution. Sophisticated power management tailored for mobile tags provides solid support for autonomous operation.

Tag-ready swarm bee modules only need an antenna, a battery and housing, thus enabling developers to focus on adding value through application design. This fact makes it simple to mix and match UWB and/or Chirp with proximity and/or real-time tracking in a single application.

Get IoT World 2018

Geo IoT World 2018 will explore location-aware IoT opportunities, with a conference featuring more than 50 speakers, and a highly focused exhibition. More than 250 attendees are expected. For more information, see https://www.geoiotworld.com/emea/
 

Posted on June 5, 2018 - (108 views)
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