Where is the "explosion point" of the smart sensor market?
Sensors have long been ubiquitous, long before the Internet and the Internet of Things (IoT). It is like the human five senses, as an important part of modern information technology, it is the main way and means for human to obtain information in the natural and production fields.
Smart firefighting, preventing fires from "burning"
Recently, a fire broke out in the China Telecom Building in Changsha, Hunan Province. According to the video on the Internet, thick smoke billowed from the scene, and some items with fire were falling. The dozens of floors burned violently, and only about 10 minutes passed after the people in the building escaped. , the fire has spread to the upper floors, but fortunately no one was injured.
Why does China install so many surveillance cameras?
Among the hundreds of millions of surveillance cameras installed in China, there are more than 200 million Skynet surveillance systems controlled by the public security department, which are located in various commercial districts, residential areas and highways. Almost every two Chinese people are watched by a surveillance camera. And if calculated according to the urban population, the Chinese in the city probably have more surveillance cameras on top of each person's head.
The role of sensors and digital radio in the intelligent waste management technology of the Internet of Things
Global warming is causing climate change, which is driving governments to reduce their carbon footprint in line with the UN's 2030 Sustainable Development Goals.
Indoor positioning - AOA ranging algorithm, the positioning accuracy can reach 1m
Angle-of-Arrival (AOA): The positioning algorithm based on the angle of arrival of the signal is a typical, ranging-based positioning algorithm. In the application of wireless sensor networks, AOA (Angle-of-Arrival: AOA) is used as a network node.