This paper presents a new multi-purpose, ultra-low power device designed to cope with the typical limitations of commercial IoT platforms. The device can be used both as (1) a stand-alone system, with embedded sensing, data processing, storage and communication capabilities, and as (2) a motherboard for miniaturized expansion boards, which can be plugged on its top to enhance the basic features. The paper also provides the performances of the system, as well as a use case in an IoT context.

(2021). Winter: A Novel Low Power Modular Platform for Wearable and IoT Applications . Retrieved from http://hdl.handle.net/10446/203431

Winter: A Novel Low Power Modular Platform for Wearable and IoT Applications

Hussain, Asad;Traversi, Gianluca;Re, Valerio
2021

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This paper presents a new multi-purpose, ultra-low power device designed to cope with the typical limitations of commercial IoT platforms. The device can be used both as (1) a stand-alone system, with embedded sensing, data processing, storage and communication capabilities, and as (2) a motherboard for miniaturized expansion boards, which can be plugged on its top to enhance the basic features. The paper also provides the performances of the system, as well as a use case in an IoT context.
Locatelli, Patrick; Hussain, Asad; Pedrana, Andrea; Pezzoli, Matteo; Traversi, Gianluca; Re, Valerio
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