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Wireless Connectivity and a Whole Lot of Sensors

Smart, ultra-low power wireless modules are the name of the game in this week’s Fish Fry. We sit down with Nick Kanopoulos (CEO of Econais) to chat about the pain of end product WiFi integration, why the need for low power consumption in IoT devices is becoming a bigger issue these days, and how software can ease our pain in both of these realms. Also this week, we’ll unveil some of the cool details of this year’s Sensors Expo and Conference and we’ll also let you in on a secret code to get in for free (or cheap, at least).


 

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