Meet us and see our latest Industrial IoT demos at Embedded World 2018 in Nuremberg from February 27th to March 1st. Our booth is situated in the STM32FAN Zone (Hall 4A-238).
The SH2050 multiprotocol firmware includes a full LoRaWAN stack, along with DASH7 and DASH7-LoRa. It is configured as a Class C device and is provisioned with keys for TTN. Sensor data is redirected to the dash7board and is seamlessly integrated in the WizziLab sensor management flow.
We will proudly expose our IoT connectivity solutions at ST Technoday in Paris’ Opera Garnier on May 22nd (www.st-technoday.com). We will demonstrate our development framework and a few demos of parallel connectivity to public / local IoT networks and OTA code upgrade using our triple IoT stack.
The 400 selected participants of Matinale Objenious could discover the new WizziKit and its tiny form factor, supporting DASH7-LoRa-Sigfox connectivity and various sensors.
WizziLab’s CTO Yordan Tabakov explains how the WizziLab DASH7-LoRa dual-mode stack can enhance communication and optimize maintenance cost of sensor-actuator IoT fleets using public-private network connectivity.
ST presented the tiny SH2050 at Embedded World on its IoT booth for wireless connectivity. Lean and mean…
The Wizzikit just got upgraded!!! The new tiny Nucleo32 shield embeds not only a dual-band DASH7 v1.1 modem but it is also packed with sensors (Light Sensor, Magnetometer, Accelerometer , Humidity, Temperature, Pressure). The demo code is published on MBED as usual.
Nornir announces testing a D7A network in the city of Steinkjer (Norway) based on WizziLab’s D7A technology.
Kawantech and WizziLab look forward to provide DASH7 Smart City connectivity inside KARA Smart public lighting, the EDF Pulse 2016 winning project.
WizziLab is proud to announce the launching of its new WizziKit based on MBED Nucleo shields, D7A protocol v1.x and MQTT gateways.