The Internet of Things (IoT) is changing our world in tremendous ways.
IoT brings the use of sensors to a new level.
Sensors are devices that detect and respond to changes in the environment.
Values can come from a variety of sources, reliable and accurate sensors which forms the basis for engineers, managers and the clients to understand the characteristics in the various applications.
The IoT is based on wireless sensor technology, which allows us to gather information about the surrounding environments over extended periods with little manual effort.
By enabling everyday objects to communicate wirelessly, we can automate data exchange and create new efficiencies that have a positive impact on lives and organizations.
The main LPWANs for MTR wireless sensors are MTR, LoRa and NB-IoT.
Wireless sensors collect data on local conditions and share findings with other powerful components or platforms for further processing.
Sensors are usually distributed over large geographical areas and are programmed to communicate with hubs, gates and central servers.
Wireless sensors can be configured to measure a variety of variables: air temperature, humidity, flood, vibrations and more.
One major advantage of wireless sensors is that they require a low level of maintenance and a small amount of power to function. Sensors can support IoT applications for years before they need battery replacement or charging.