How to design IoT for the completely connected control room

Challenging industrial IoT applications demand custom-engineered solutions due to their unique problems and specifically challenging environments

The Sentrius BT610 – precisely engineered for demanding IoT designs

A reliable IoT sensor platform must be precisely engineered to resist common industrial environmental problems like vibration, dust, moisture and extreme temperature. This can also include vulnerable external components such as antennas, which introduce weak or failure points in the system

Develop your way with versatile software options

Just as important as flexibility in hardware and peripherals is flexibility in software design. The BT610 is based on an embedded Cortex M4F processor, with an open software architecture that is designed to give you multiple paths to creating and developing your applications.

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  • Case Study: How to design IoT for the completely connected control room
  • Smart Home Security: Tony Savvas explores the latest advances in smart home security
  • Virtual Antenna Technology: Dr Carles Puentes explains why Ignion’s Virtual Antenna is changing the game for IoT connectivity
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