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Sensor Nodes Connected via App and Gateway

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To fully unleash all the possibilities that the Internet of Things (IoT) concept enables, a very large number of devices – more than 20 billion by 2020 – will be connected to the cloud. By using cloud services to collect and process data, user experience and convenience when interacting with any particular product or system can be greatly enhanced. By using a gateway-based architecture – with a bridge or a tablet/mobile app – to connect nodes to cloud servers and services, node complexity and cost can be minimized as non-IP based connectivity technologies can be used. Nodes must nevertheless be uniquely identified in order to send and receive messages as well as handle software and configuration updates through the gateway. At ST, we have developed a range of solutions including pre-integrated cloud connectivity protocols, provisioning and upgrade libraries as well as Software Development Kits (SDK), to help developers create innovative connected devices and services.

BLE Connected Nodes

Connecting a node to a cloud solution provider can be done using Bluetooth® Low Energy technology through a gateway – possibly a smartphone or tablet – connected to an appropriate long-range wireless network enabling a range of IoT applications inclu
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Ethernet

Fast Ethernet is a cost-effective solution for delivering higher bandwidth connectivity while ensuring full compatibility with existing 10 Mbit/s Ethernet infrastructures. It also provides a high degree of network interoperability as it is a vendor-n
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SubGHz Connected Nodes

Connecting a node to a cloud solution provider can be done using a 6LoWPAN protocol conveyed on sub GHz connectivity through a bridge connected to an appropriate long-range wireless network enabling a range of IoT applications including remote sensin
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