IoT sensors, also known as Internet of Things sensors, are devices that collect data from the physical environment and transmit it to an IoT platform for analysis and processing. These sensors are typically small and inexpensive, and can be embedded in various types of objects or devices.
IoT sensors can collect a wide range of data, such as temperature, humidity, pressure, motion, light, sound, and more. They use various types of sensors, such as accelerometers, gyroscopes, thermometers, barometers, and microphones, to detect changes in the environment.
The data collected by IoT sensors can be used for a variety of applications, such as monitoring and controlling industrial processes, tracking the location of assets, monitoring the health and well-being of people and animals, and more. IoT sensors can also be used to automate tasks and improve efficiency, by providing real-time data that can be used to optimize processes and make informed decisions.
IoT sensors typically use wireless communication protocols, such as Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, Zigbee, or LoRaWAN, to transmit data to an IoT platform or gateway. The IoT platform then processes the data, applies machine learning algorithms to detect patterns and anomalies, and presents the results to users through a dashboard or mobile app.
Overall, IoT sensors play a critical role in enabling the Internet of Things, by collecting data from the physical world and enabling intelligent decision-making in a wide range of applications.
Warp Solution’s wireless charging technology for IoT sensors is a frequency (RF) method of remote charging technology.
It is possible to wirelessly supply power to various warehouses of smart factories, waterproofing facilities, and all facilities and environments where people and wires cannot enter, which will become a key technology of Smart City in the future.
We achieved a demonstration of wirelessly transmitting power to 12 IoT products at a distance of 6M at the same time.
It is being applied to ESL (Electronic Shelf Label) used in marts, industrial IoT (Internet of Things) sensors such as smart factories, and IoT devices for smart cities such as smart homes and offices.
◀︎ Remote Transmitter (6M) Demonstration for Smart Factory
Achieved simultaneous wireless power transmission to 12 products within 6M for smart factories
* TRL(Technology Readiness Level) Technology maturity level, 7 out of 9 levels (trial product reliability evaluation completed)