Electronic locks and wireless control of IoT access
Report of PhD in theoretical physics, expert in the field of science and business of the Skolkovo Foundation Martyn Nunuparov.
What is the difference between the automation of production and the Internet of Things? How long can sensors work without batteries? On October 31, Martyn Nunuparov, the founder and CEO of Qmodule Group, will answer these questions at the international conference Internet of Things.
Speaker focuses on the research and development of microelectronic sensors, laser-stimulated microelectronic technologies. Previously, Martyn worked as the chief researcher at the Mikron Research Institute of Molecular Electronics and was the head of the Laboratory of Microelectronic Technology at the Institute of General Physics of the Russian Academy of Sciences.
Topic of the report: IoT possibilities for energy saving.
The report will reveal how dispatching and automation differs from the Internet of Things on the example of author's developments: devices for a smart city (Skolkovo), battery-free sensors (Izmailovo hotel).
Qmodule is a Russian manufacturer of firmware. The company employs inventors, patent authors. Its devices have low cost and high energy efficiency. Qmodule implemented projects for Russian and foreign customers of B2B and B2C markets.