- Date 4 Jul 2019
- Time 14:00 - 19:00
- Location PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP, The Maurice Wilkes Building, St Johns Innovation Park, Cowley Road, Cambridge, CB4 0DS
IoT on a dollar a decade - the battle-scars of designing for extremely low-power battery operation.
Many IoT end devices need to be compact and run from a battery. In these cases, the battery life needs to be many years to avoid regular replacement becoming a major part of the cost of operation. How do you design a system so it can run for years or even decades from a restricted power source?
This afternoon event will inform how you approach this considerable challenge. In this meeting, experienced practitioners of this type of system design will talk about suitable approaches, and perhaps reveal some of their battle-scars in gaining this experience!
Delegates will explore:
- How often you can afford to send data
- How often you can listen in order to receive configuration data or new software
- How to implement an appropriate level of security without relying on communication with trust centres or intensive cryptographic processing
Starting at 14:00pm, the event will provide delegates with ample opportunities to network with fellow delegates and speakers to explore the themes of the event.
Tickets for non-members are £150 plus VAT. CW membership may be more cost effective for your organisation than fully priced tickets – find out more about CW membership benefits.
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