A sensor network deployment based on ADVANTICSYS technology will be the tool used by a group of experts from the University of Seville to obtain data with which to analyze the impact that climate change will result in Doñana Biological Reserve (DBR). The intelligent nodes are currently located in Laguna del Ojillo de Doñana where through humidity, temperature and wind direction data, among others, and the application of computational intelligence and monitoring techniques can foresee water levels. (http://artica.dte.us.es/artica-hmi/). Low-cost wireless technology and consumption The system implemented in the DBR is based on CM3000 and CM3000 platforms that
Our new industrial products are intended for monitoring a huge range of technical processes. Specially developed to simplify the integration of systems and signals in a safety and reliable way thanks to the amount of soported interfaces, datalogging function, inputs and outputs, and unified data adquisition through standard and open protocols. The wide range of controllers together with the customization posibilities of each one, provides the capability to select exactly the controller needed for your application. We invite you to learn more of our controllers in the Products section, where you will find our MPC Selection tool,
The SG1000 is a 802.15.4-Ethernet gateway device that acts as data concentrator for your wireless sensor network. The robust architecture is capable of handling data from a large number of wireless sensor nodes, being the only limit the physical memory of the system. Furthermore, the embedded database allows the local storage of these data, enabling the access to these records by external applications thanks to the configurable Ethernet interface. Read more at the Product page. Moreover, a new series of kits including the powerful SG1000 have also been launched.
The XM1000 is the new generation of mote modules, based on “TelosB” technical specifications, with upgraded microcontroller. The new platform provides 116Kb-EEPROM and 8Kb-RAM and integrated Temperature, Humidity and Light sensors, and is especially suitable for research that deals with complex applications that require additional memory for OTAP reprogramming or micro dpws implementation. This new IEEE 802.15.4 WSN mote is TinyOS-2.x compatible. Read more at the Products tab.
The UD1000 is a IEEE 802.15.4 compliant wireless sensor node based on the original open-source “TelosB” platform design developed and published by the University of California, Berkeley. The compact USB dongle form format makes it specially adequate to act as sink node for your wireless sensor network deployments. It also holds Electric & Electromagnetic CE certification for industrial applications. Compatible with TinyOS-2.x and Contiki OS. Read more at the Products tab.
GreenerBuildings project will be at the “ICT for Sustainable Homes” conference and exhibition in Nice, France, on the 24th-25th October 2011, with a dedicated exhibition stand and a presentation made by Manuel Ramiro (ADVANTICSYS) on the 24th of October. “ICT for Sustainable Homes” is an international conference and exhibition organised every year in Nice, France. The conference aims at providing companies, research laboratories and other organisations involved in ICT based products and services for the home with a key opportunity to meet and network, to be informed of latest promising technologies and find potential partners to initiate or strengthen projects.
ADVANTICSYS, the wireless monitoring systems developer company, has obtained a loan of 174,000 euros of public funding to strengthen its ongoing investment in R & D. The aid has been granted by the Ministry of Science and Innovation (MICINN) through the INNCORPORA subprogram within the instrumental line of action on Human Resources of the National Research Scientific Development and Technological Innovation. The loan will allow the hiring of an engineer for the next three years who will be involved in the development of a feasibility study of wireless sensor networks applied to environmental monitoring sector in certain environments.