IoT WiFi Modules
The Internet of Things (IoT) describes the constellation that all electronic devices talk to each other via an IP-based network. In this context, the devices are not restricted to specific market segment; instead, the principle is that all electronic devices, regardless of their type, exchange data with neighboring devices, or even with far away devices, to synchronize the actual program state. According to official estimates, by 2020 more than 25 billion devices will be connected via the Internet.
Our suppliers in this category IoT WiFi Modules:
8DEVICES is a company specializing in SOM- (System on a Module) and radio-modules with Bluetooth and Wi-Fi support. All modules are based on chip sets from Qualcomm. The long years of experience in hardware and software development allow the company to provide high quality and reliable modules. As a licensed design partner (ADC: Authorized Design Center) of Qualcomm 8DEVICES also supports customer-specific designs and offers individual software and hardware solutions matching your personal requirements.
Digi International was founded in 1985 and is headquartered in Minneapolis MN (USA). The Company is a publicly traded company on the NASDAQ stock Exchange. The company offers Embedded Modules & SBCs, RF-Modules and Wireless Design Services.
WISTRON NeWeb Corporation (WNC), established in 1996, is a product design and manufacturing company that provides high-quality ODM services for wireless communication and module solutions as well. WNC has comprehensive capabilities in RF antenna design, software design, hardware design, mechanical design, system integration, user interface development, product testing & certification, and manufacturing. The product portfolio ranges from USB modules, stand alone mini cards, Mini PCI & PCIe modules up to combo modules for WiFi and Bluetooth.
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Classic examples of IoT applications are available in the home and building automation market. A washing machine, for example, can alert the resident via television that the washing program has finished. A smoke detector can raise an alarm by a loudspeaker or by lighting if a fire breaks out. The application examples are as versatile and varied as the products themselves, and can be extended to many other market segments such as healthcare, smart metering, industrial automation and safety technology.
On the WiFi client side, the demand for smaller, more compact and low cost solutions are growing and growing. Low power is also a dominant requirement, as the devices are often powered by a battery. On the access point side, HUB/Gateway solutions are required, which allow the integration of non-WiFi networks (e.g. Zigbee, Bluetooth, Z-Wave, etc.) into the Internet. This connection is realised either via Ethernet but more often via WiFi to the home router.
CODICO offers numerous module solutions for both applications.