202123 Apr

STMicroelectronics joins mioty alliance

Summary

“mioty promises to make exciting new Massive IoT applications possible, for instance, to cover a large geographical area,” said Hakim Jaafar, STM32 Wireless Marketing Director, STMicroelectronics. “The mioty stack further strengthens the ecosystem around our STM32WL SoC, which supports various common sub-GHz LPWAN technologies such as LoRaWAN, Sigfox, and wM-Bus, and delivers a unique level of integration that saves space, power, and time to market.” mioty sends messages using an advanced telegram-splitting technique, which is recognised and standardised by the European Telecommunication Standards Institute (ETSI). This ensures extremely short radio transmissions that allow extended operation without the logistical challenges of replacing batteries in massive IoT networks. In addition, mioty devices can communicate while moving at up to 120km/h without signal-fading issues, serving applications such as fleet management, asset tracking, and theft detection. We’re thrilled to add mioty, a promising new LPWAN technology, to the interesting portfolio of (multi-)protocol stacks for STM32WL,” said David Rahusen, Managing Director, Stackforce.

Source: Electronicspecifier

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