- iRam’s smart sensor wireless network uses multiple technologies like 802.15.4, LoRa, Wi-Fi, BLE and 2G/4G
- The company said that it can be integrated with various smart city applications of other OEM’s/MSI’s
iRam announced that it has successfully tested its smart sensor wireless network solution in parking application, environment monitoring application in city of Kanpur, iRam’s smart parking application in Bhubaneshwar and smart lighting and environment monitoring applications in Dahod. The company said that further deployment is underway at another half a dozen smart cities in India and abroad.
“We are highly excited about making this Smart Sensor Wireless Network Solution available for various OEM’s/System Integrators operating in Smart City Vertical,” stated Satya Narayana Divi.
“This IoT architecture based Wireless Sensor Network is fundamental for realisation of Smart City as timely & accurate data from field is one of the most critical components for right actions from city administration & citizens. This timely and accurate data can change citizen behaviour and local administrations operational approach & methodology,” read iRam’s official statement.
Can be integrated with various smart city applications of other OEM’s/MSI’s
iRam’s smart sensor wireless network uses multiple technologies like 802.15.4, LoRa, Wi-Fi, BLE, 2G/4G and operates in multiple ISM Bands i.e. Sub 1GHz (865-867MHz) and 2.4 GHz. It has AES-128 key encryption for secured wireless communication and has in-built self-diagnosis to avoid packet loss. These full-scale specifications, outdoor testing and various Industry certifications, as informed by iRam, makes it capable to deliver near 100 per cent accurate and real-time communication.
This network comprises of specific sensors, controllers, actuators, gateways and signal boosters/repeaters. As of now this network is being used for various smart city applications like smart parking management system, streetlight management systems and environment monitoring stations. Inter-operating testing is going-on for other smart city applications like smart bin’s, vehicle tracking, smart buildings etc.
“It is all about trust. With pervasiveness of smart phones and 3G/4G, the availability of Internet access is not a challenge anymore in India. The challenge is to increase the use of IoT applications by improving Citizen’s trust on the accuracy, availability, delivery and security of these Technologies,” added Divi.