IoT Solution Based on SmartMesh IP™ from Linear Technology
Leuven, Belgium – June 20th, 2017 – VersaSense’s MicroPnP product line was awarded 3rd place in the “Produkte des Jahres 2017” (product of the year 2017) awards, category embedded design, organized by leading German magazine Elektronik.
MicroPnP is the next-generation solution from VersaSense that combines zero-configuration plug-and-play integration of Internet-of-Things sensing peripherals, a fully standards-based software stack, enterprise-grade security, with ultra-reliable low-power wireless networking technologies from Linear Technology, now part of Analog Devices. The MicroPnP solution offers a complete end-to-end hardware and software platform supporting a wide range of plug-and-play sensors and actuators that integrate with any network to provide instant sensing and control at a drastically reduced total cost of ownership.
MicroPnP products are being used by customers worldwide to streamline existing business processes, capture additional business intelligence or even create entirely new product lines at much lower costs compared to traditional industrial wireless sensing solutions.
The Produkte des Jahres awards are organized annually by Elektronik, Germany’s leading magazine for industrial electronic designers and developers. The 2017 awards featured multiple innovative products divided into 11 different categories, including embedded design, software, sensors, power components, or automotive. For more information visit the Elektronik website.
VersaSense provides wireless Internet of Things products and services that radically reduce the total cost of ownership for industrial sensing and control systems.
The award winning, highly scalable and standards-based MicroPnP line of zero-configuration wireless sensing and actuation products includes ultra-low power wireless IoT devices, a wide range of sensors and actuators, and end-to-end software support.
Plug & play sensing systems from VersaSense power and secure the Industrial Internet for major industrial, consumer goods, technology and agricultural companies in a diverse set of application domains such as infrastructure monitoring, precision farming and building energy management.
As a spin-off of the imec-DistriNet research group at the University of Leuven (KU Leuven), VersaSense builds on a decade-long foundation of leading research in the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT). For more information visit www.versasense.com