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Sensor id overview_ppt


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SENSOR ID is a company founded by a team of young engineers, that polarizes its own activity into designing and production devices dedicated to the world of applications of IoT. Thanks to the experience gained with CUBIT Innovation Lab and University of Pisa, SensorID has developed a strong know-how in wireless technology standard integration and implementation and in wireless network topology design. SensorID built a complete portfolio of embedded electronic modules based on NFC, UHF, RFID.

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Sensor id overview_ppt

  1. 1. Mission SENSOR ID is a wireless technology supplier for sensor networks and electronic identification applications Design, development and production of radiofrequency system in Internet of Things world Full knowledge of short range and identification wireless standards in order to manage completely the technology Ability to provide services of rapid prototyping and small
  2. 2. Company division and capabilities Hardware Design Unit Prototyping and pre-series production Lab Testing Lab Software and Firmware development Unit R&D Activities are performed involving Applied Electromagnetic Research Lab of University of Pisa and Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna
  3. 3. Engineering & Support SENSOR ID is able to fully manage the technology integration process Design and development of technological solution Technical support pre-sale and post- sale Training on product features and potential applications
  4. 4. Productive Assets SMT (Surface Mount Technology) production line Reduction of timing and costs to realize and test the designed boards Rapid prototyping for development of the final product Possibility of production of small batches
  5. 5. Interoperable systems in the world of RFID applications
  8. 8. RFID Products OEM Desktop Mobile Gate
  9. 9. mobile payment, infoparking, Infomobility and geo advertising detection of free/busy parking spots management of permits, customers, payments, wallet, fines… INeS Cloud free flow, fleet management, city logistics, street flow analysis on street controls by law enforcement passive RFID UHF for vehicle, people and goods identification UHF Mobility Gate Parking Spot Sensor - System Tap&Park & Tap&Park ADV Handheld & Smartphone RFID Mobility Pass
  10. 10. mobile payment, infoparking, Infomobility and geo advertising detection of free/busy parking spots management of permits, customers, payments, wallet, fines… INeS Cloud free flow, fleet management, city logistics, street flow analysis on street controls by law enforcement passive RFID UHF for vehicle, people and goods identification UHF Mobility Gate Parking Spot Sensor - System Tap&Park & Tap&Park ADV Handheld & Smartphone RFID Mobility Pass Infomobility & Smart Parking
  11. 11. Bag and Bin with TAG associated Reading Devices GPS Localization and Data Transmission Software Platform Smart Waste Management Collecting process RFID - Enabled
  12. 12. Automatic tag reading on board • On board installation of reader to identify • Integration with on board weighting system • Integration with OBU (On Board Unit) for association of position to reading and weighting
  13. 13. Tag reading by mobile terminal • Operator have their own mobile terminal with wristband • The device integrates RFID reading capabilities, GPS reception for localiztion and data transmission by GPRS • There is also the possibility to manage not compliant bin during collecting process
  14. 14. R&D PROJECTS
  15. 15. Case History: NFC Demo Vehicle • NFC will be used in a Smart Key system to – replace the today immobilizer system – allow the car access and the engine cranking using • an NFC enabled RF key OR • an NFC mobile phone – allow data exchange between the car and an NFC mobile phone
  16. 16. NFC Demo Vehicle: System Architecture Internal NFC Reader + RKE Receiver (engine start, data exchange) CAN bus CAN bus CAN bus BCM NFC ant NFC ant NFC ant Others ECUs CAN bus Left Handle External NFC Reader (lock-unlock) Right Handle External NFC Reader (lock-unlock) Trunk Handle External NFC Reader (open trunk) 434 MHz NFC enabled key
  17. 17. NFC Demo Vehicle: Basic concept • Autenthication of NFC key based on AES-128bit as most advanced immobilizer system • Exchange data with the car by a CAN GW directly connected to NFC reader – Writing public data on NFC key regarding trip information – Reading data from NFC key regarding car configuration information – Writing AES encrypted information on NFC Key in order to have available on key car diagnostic information available for authorized service. – Update live door status • Management of Car TEG reader directly performed by NFC reader in order to implement new policy of door access and car enabling according to new NFC requirements • Development of PC and Phone application to read and write NFC key by users and authorized service
  18. 18. Smart factories and industrial safety The application scenario inside the factory has the following constraints: •There are different safety level inside the areas of plant; •There are WSN system for localization, action and monitoring The goal : • Guaranteeing the necessary safety level to workers • Increase the efficiency of WSN systems
  19. 19. WSN Node integrated with UHF RFID reader UHF RFID passive tags WSN Node integrated with UHF RFID tag Wireless Sensor Network Smart factories and industrial safety
  20. 20. Smart factories and industrial safety 0 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 100% 80% 60% 40% The UHF RFID reading is used to trigger activation of WSN node in order to perform a check-in in the area and enable an important power saving of WSN node The maximum time between node waking-up by RFID activation and WSN authentication is 180ms The graphic shows the increasing of battery life depending on the percentage of activities of nodes inside WSN
  21. 21. Bi.R.Se. Project A non-invasive RF measurement approach has been developed for non- contact measuring of both heartbeat and breathing rate, which makes use of a single wearable antenna close to the body surface. To validate the methodology, we designed a prototype and perform a preliminary measurement campaign. Measurements were taken at different frequencies in the UHF band with different kind of antennas, during regular breathing activity. Design of an RF sensor for non-invasive cardiopulmonary monitoring POR FESR 2007/2013 ASSE I – ATTIVITÀ I.2.1 Programma di ricerca industriale, sviluppo sperimentale e industrializzazione dei risultati – “R&S – PMI
  22. 22. Preliminary analysis A set of measurement of antenna impedance using Vector Network Analyzer was performed to identify the best working frequency Antenna Analizzatore di segnale Post- Processing Misura del battito cardiaco al polso
  23. 23. Measurement results  The tests has been performed at different frequencies in UHF band with different kinds of antennas (filar, chip, printed) with very similar results  There no significant differences between different positions of the sensor around the body Detected breating rate Detected heart rate Measured heart rate at wrist
  24. 24. RF front end prototype Design of an RF front end The concept is a reflectometer, a circuit capable to detect the phase variation between incident and reflected signal Analog output to measure and sample the signal in order to do signal processing
  25. 25. Data detection  The data has been collected by a custom designed acquisition board with a 16-bit AD Converter and a serial communication to PC  The collected signal (namely samples of the phase of the antenna reflection coefficient recorded in a temporal interval of some tens of seconds) was analyzed in the frequency domain in order to extract the desired spectral components.  The detection algorithm has been developed in Matlab environment defined correction parameters linked to body motion  Two detection schemes have been developed with different signal elaboration techniques for heart rate and breathing rate  The detection has been performed with a distance between antenna and body varying from 0 to 2cm
  26. 26. Testing results The signal of phase variation is sampled in time domain The resulted signal is processed with Kalman filter in time domain The data obtained are transformed in frequency domain where is possible to see the maximum at heart rate Tests with person stopped and in movement shows that movement affect signal but is always possible to detect maximum (heart rate)
  27. 27. Product prototype  Design and mounting of PCB with a shaping fit for a standard enclosure used inside the company for other applications  Test performed with a pre-series on company employee
  28. 28. NEXT STEP  Patent release (already submitted)  Deep on field testing giving the device to sport fun and sedentary people in order to verify the accuracy of measurement  Design of an RFID active tag for safety applications integrating sensor and capable to interact with a sensor network  Design of a set of wearable gadgets (es: keyring or collar) integrating sensor and a Bluetooth Low Energy front end to transmit the measurements to a smartphone or tablet  Develop of a demo mobile app to collect and elaborate data detected by sensor
  29. 29. SmartHeat project SMART, SECURE AND USER FRIENDLY HEATING MONITORING AND CONTROL FOR ELDERLY PEOPLE The aim of the SmartHeat project is to radically change the home heating experience for health, comfort and wellbeing of elderly people. The goal will be achieved via the development of a smart, secure and elderly friendly ICT system for home heating monitoring and control. The system consists of hardware and software components which monitor and control the temperature in every room independently. The platform will also be equipped with intelligent algorithms, which learn the user habits and control the system in an automatic and transparent way, with a Web and smartphone application in order for the users (including relatives) to remotely interact with the system from home as well as via the Internet when being outside the home and with wearable computing devices (e.g. a bracelet or smartwatch) which help optimize the system based on biometric and other environmental parameters.
  30. 30. Partnership
  31. 31. THANK YOU Via Don G. Mucciardi 5 86020 Campochiaro(CB) Tel: 0874/775257