Smart Tracking for Wearable Device

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Smart Tracking for Wearable Device

Imagine a wearable device that can give you a range of useful data. Data such as geo-location data, environmental data (humidity, temperature, air quality, light quality) as well as human activities. With Fiot’s Smart Tracking technology, your imagination on the above is turned into reality. One of our products offers precisely that.

The figure below is the architecture diagram of the Smart Tracking device.

As illustrated, the device consists of:

  • Mobile network modem with built-in GPS: Fiot has been acquiring excellent experiences in mobile network modules for M2M application from Telit, SIMCOM, Quectel. We have the technical know-know to utilize M2M technology including 2G, 3G, LTE, and NB-IoT, and so we utilize that knowledge in the design of the above product.
  • Ultra-low power micro-controller: Each and every wearable device requires an ultra-low-power microcontroller. Fiot can offer various solutions such as STM32L from STMicroelectronics, MSP430 from Texas Instruments, EFM32 from Silicon Labs.
  • 9-axis sensor: This component depends on the essential nature of Smart Tracking device which Customers need. You don’t need to worry about that as Fiot will help you choose the most appropriate sensor. We use our knowledge in processing motion data along with experience in motion sensors from InvenSense, Bosch and Analog Device to make that happen.
  • Air quality sensor: Currently, Fiot provides the solutions from Bosch – the best manufacturer of Air sensor until now hence gives you only the best.

Our device helps you save on power. Along with low power and compact hardware design, the firmware development team at Fiot has achieved highly stable operations and ultra-low power consumption thus increasing battery lifetime of the device per charge.

How does it work?

Fiot’s Smart Tracking device periodically reports its location along with essential data such as motion sensor data and environmental data to IoT Cloud service. This is made possible through the MQTT (Message Queuing Telemetry Transport) which is the most suitable communication protocol for IoT devices.  At this point, the collected data is stored, managed and analyzed to give the credible insight of the object being tracked.

The above features make Fiot Smart Tracking device most suitable for various type of applications. Such applications include asset tracking, SoS wearable device, vehicle tracking, environment quality tracking, and fitness tracking.

Date

June 5, 2019

Category

Smart Tracking

Tags

Android, BLE, GPS, iOS, IoT, Smart Tracking, STM, Texas Instruments