We recognize that building wireless systems is technically challenging.
This is why we provide a wireless module that our customers can simply plug into any preferred microcontroller board and get going right away.
We remove the hassle out of developing and debugging hardware so that you can focus on your applications.
Of course, we also provide the MCU board to make your job even simpler.
There are literally hundreds of different types of sensors in the market.
Selecting the right sensor for a particular application can be a time-consuming task.
We simplify this by providing the know-how.
We also go one step further in assisting you integrate specialized sensors on to our platform.
Sensors we are integrating ...
To enable easy integration of any type of sensor to the WiSense platform,
we have made our sensor framework code public.
The code includes source files that demonstrate how light sensors, temperature sensors or reed switches can be programmed and accessed.
Explanation to some of this code can be found on WiSense blog.
You can use this code to quickstart your own sensor integration work.
This code can be downloaded from our BitBucket repository.
We recognize that your customers and laypersons need a simple and intuitive interface to manage a wireless sensor network.
We provide a browser-based interface that does just that.
Moreover, the network can also be monitored from your favourite mobile device, be it Android or Apple.
Watch a demo of the GUI.
Ram has sixteen years of experience in embedded systems, mesh routing and powerline communications.
Anant Aiyyer, PhD.
Anant is an alumnus of IIT Kharagpur (1994 batch; integrated masters in Physics) and PhD from State University of New York. He has over 20 years of experience in applied physics.
Bangalore, Karnataka, India