The needs of IoT are diverse. They range from very high speeds needed for applications such as video to extremely low speeds required for sensors. They range from low latency for voice communications to large capacity for dense deployments. The biggest common requirement for almost all these device classes is lower power consumption and longer battery life.
In this webinar workshop, we review design tactics for reducing IoT device power consumption when developing IoT applications. Join Telit and our FAE team for a short, three-part workshop during which you will glean insights on how to do all the above more easily with the Telit ME310 module and development tools.
Part 1 of our workshop will review relevant module specifications and features you need to understand in detail. Part 2 will demonstrate how to reduce your IoT device’s power consumption. Part 3 will provide an overview of development tools with the aid of Telit’s AppZone and review the essential building blocks using Telit’s ME310, which has the power and memory to host applications.
- Part 1: An introduction to low-power cellular modules and an examination of the ME310
- Part 2: How to design for low-power and maximize a module’s low-power capabilities
- Part 3: Unleashing the power of development tools and exploring the ME310 and AppZone application development environment