Dust Networks

Dust Networks

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United States
Dust Networks, part of Linear Technology Corporation, is the leader in standards-based intelligent wireless sensor networking (WSN), providing ultralow-power, scalable, highly reliable embedded systems for a wide range of markets. Dust Networks products enable monitoring and control solutions, providing unprecedented access to information from the physical world, for improved operations, safer work environments, and increased competitive advantage. Linear Technology provides energy harvesting, power management and signal conditioning products to the WSN market. Linear Technology's high performance analog integrated circuits also include data conversion, RF and interface ICs and µModule subsystems. For more information, visit www.linear.com and www.dustnetworks.com.
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8 Nov 2012

Low Power WSN Made Practical

Dust Networks, United States
28 Sep 2012

Consolidation and growth in RTLS and WSN

Recently there has been consolidation in the RTLS and WSN market, with acquisitions of companies such as Aeroscout, MicroStrain and Dust Networks.
25 May 2012

Highlights of Energy Harvesting & Storage Europe 2012 (Part Two)

Highlights of last week's IDTechEx conference, Energy Harvesting & Storage Europe in Berlin, part two.
16 May 2012

Low Power WSN Made Practical

Linear Technology/Dust Networks, United States
10 May 2012

Wireless sensor networks, energy harvesting and standardization

In April this year, the International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) ratified a new standard - ISO/IEC 14543-3-10 - for wireless applications with ultra-low power consumption.
16 Nov 2011

Wireless RTLS Mesh Networks: No Wires Required

Dust Networks, United States
3 Nov 2011

Energy harvesting in action

Less than two weeks remain until the IDTechEx Energy Harvesting & Storage conference and exhibition and already exhibitors are prepared to demonstrate their capabilities and technology advances, and not just on paper.
28 Jun 2011

Dust Networks demonstrate self-powered IPV6 wireless sensor network

Dust Networks® demonstrated a SmartMesh® IP 6LoWPAN wireless network running on harvested energy at the IDTechEx Wireless Sensor Network & RTLS Summit in Munich, Germany, June 21 - 22.
23 Jun 2011

Winners of the IDTechEx Energy Harvesting and WSN Awards

At the Energy Harvesting & Wireless Sensor Network (WSN) awards dinner on June 21 in Munich, Germany, companies were recognized for making significant technical or commercial progress with these technologies.
21 Jun 2011

Low Power Wireless Sensing and Location Networks

Dust Networks, United States
21 Mar 2011

1 City, 100 million sensors

In the PlanIT Valley project from the Living PlanIT team there will be 100 million sensors deployed over 17 km2 - an area equivalent to Manhattan Island, New York City - to seamlessly embed and connect an entire city with Wireless Sensor Networks.
23 Nov 2010

Report from the IDTechEx Energy Harvesting and Wireless Sensor events

Last week the second annual IDTechEx Energy Harvesting & Storage USA 2010 event opened to 340 people and 28 exhibitors, up significantly from the previous year, indicative of the rising interest in the topic. The event was co-located with the IDTechEx Wireless Sensor Networks and RTLS conference, bringing together all those involved in these two industries.
17 Nov 2010

Wireless RTLS Mesh Networks: No Wires Required

Dust Networks, United States
13 Oct 2010

Wireless RTLS Mesh Networks: No Wires Required

Dust Networks, United States
6 Oct 2010

Printed Electronics Asia 2010 event preview

IDTechEx Printed Electronics Asia 2010 and Wireless Sensor Networks, Energy Harvesting & RFID Asia are now less than a week away. The two co-located conferences will cover a multitude of topics and will give you access to detailed presentations on these mutually supporting subjects, covering both the technologies and their applications.
1 Oct 2010

Energy harvesting and wireless sensors ready for prime time

Energy harvesting is the conversion of ambient energy into electricity to drive small or mobile electronic and electrical devices. Wireless sensors are particularly in need of energy harvesting because they are increasingly deployed in numbers and locations where hard wiring or battery changing are impracticable. We are at an exciting stage with both because harvesting is becoming better and electronics is demanding less power -so they meet in the middle.
17 Sep 2010

TSMC begins building solar R&D center and fab in central Taiwan

Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company enters into the thin-film solar photovoltaic (PV) market.
13 Sep 2010

Wireless Sensor Networks: Dream and Reality

At the IDTechEx joint event Wireless Sensor Networks & RTLS USA and Energy Harvesting USA in Boston, Massachusetts November 16-17, many noteworthy advances will be announced for the first time.
6 Sep 2010

Tyre pressure monitoring systems and energy harvesting

Although the first tyre pressure monitoring systems (TPMS) appeared in the mid-80's as a feature of top-range luxury vehicles, it is only in recent years that they have seen widespread adoption worldwide.
12 Aug 2010

Real Time Locating and Wireless Sensor Networks - Rapid Advances

In the past, too much use of RFID has involved sensing items and conveyances only when they pass very near to the occasional interrogator. Heroic assumptions are then made about what happened in between. Was it destroyed, perhaps by overheating? Is it still there? Is it intact?