One of the WSN team’s areas of work is LPWANs, a specific approach for Internet of Things (IoT) implementation. It allows the development of devices able to operate for years without battery replacement and to transfer data over long distances.
IoT and specifically LPWAN technologies are a perfect complement to other conventional technologies such as Bluetooth, Wi-Fi or 4G/5G. They enable edge applications in many fields such as smart cities, tourism, industry 4.0, smart farming, natural resources monitoring, etc.
One of WSN’s ongoing projects is focused on cultural heritage conservation. Cultural objects can be affected by environmental conditions, as they can trigger different degradation mechanisms. The use of wireless sensors is increasingly an option to address the continuous monitoring of environmental conditions. However, conventional wireless technologies may not be adequate in many of the buildings housing these collections as they have thick walls and long distances to cover. WSN can develop electronics and software especially suited to solve this type of problems.
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