50 billion things will be connected to the Internet in 2020. Things will generate more data than humans. The evolution from internet of people to the internet of things (IoT) is here!
In fact, IoT systems rely on a set of ubiquitous technologies especially Wireless Sensor Networks (WSNs) to enable small things to connect to the Internet in order to gather data and be able to control appliances.
In our next 6to8 talks, 21st March and 28th March, we will be focusing on WSN networks with our guests Amine Riahi, co-founder and business developer, and Med Amin Messaoud, Technical Lead, at Epilert, the tunisian startup that developed a connected bracelet for the detection and prediction through artificial intelligence of epileptic seizures to alert autonomously and in real time, relatives (family, friends), doctors and "SAMU" in case of emergency.
Our guests are ready to teach you a lot about WSN networks and how it works on IoT systems. Take a look at the plan and make sure to reserve your seat by completing the form below
Session 1 – Thursday 21st March, from 6 to 8 pm at Orange Developer Center
- Initiation to WSN networks:
- Defining WSN
- Fields of application;
- The basics concepts of Wireless networks
- Wireless sensor networks components & layers
- Different sensors
- Signal conditioning, processing and data acquisition
- Network Layer
- Power issues and solutions
Session 2 - Thursday 28st March, from 6 to 8 pm at Orange Developer Center
- Lab: Creating and connecting nodes
- Create a node acquiring data
- Connecting nodes
- Acquisition of data from nodes