Wireless, Pervasive & Reliable Monitoring of Industrial Internet of Things Systems
IoT sensors that take care of themselves
In industrial settings, condition-based monitoring (CBM) uses sensors in combination with data processing to monitor equipment and industrial processes, boosting product quality and preventing downtime.
Working cable-free reduces the sensors’ installation times, cuts installation costs, and enables measurements deep inside a machine. But removing network and power cables implies considerable computation and energy management challenges to achieve the sensor data quality and operational reliability that is expected in the industry.
The WiPeR project develops an innovative solution for condition-based monitoring that eliminates sensor cables without compromising data quality or reliability.
WiPeR provides sensors with an intelligent hardware/software platform for energy management to continuously and automatically guarantee a lifetime of up to 15 years.
Interuniversity Microelectronics Centre is an international research & development organization, active in the fields of nanoelectronics and digital technologies.
The imec.icon research program is a successful formula for demand-driven, cooperative research on hardware-, software- and combined hardware/software innovations.
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