A new paper with involvement of a member of our group was awarded Best Demo at the International Conference on Information Processing in Sensor Networks (IPSN).
The work, titled “DPP3e: A Harvesting-based Dual Processor Platform for Advanced Indoor Environmental Sensing“, has been a collaboration with researchers from ETH Zurich. The demonstrator showcases the DPP3e dual-processor indoor energy-harvesting platform. The DPP3e (and its advanced sensors for indoor environment sensing) can be integrated via its BLE interface (with the ability to send BLE packets every 5 seconds while consuming only 37 𝜇W) and also features a sub-GHz LoRa transceiver to facilitate data collection over long distances.
Link to the full paper.
Author: Simon Mayer
Date: 16. May 2022