Earlier this month, Linkwave Technologies attended the fourth annual Sierra Wireless Innovation Summit in Paris, where we demonstrated new products and applications during a table-top exhibition, and took part in a presentation on Project mangOH – a new category of open source hardware platforms for the Internet-of-Things (IoT).
We also joined the pre-event Hackathon Party, where we provided an introduction to building, developing, debugging and installing simple applications on a Sierra Wireless WP Series embedded module, using the Linux-based Legato platform.
Furthermore, we had the opportunity to showcase the WasP
– a new 3G/LTE evaluation board for the WP Series range of Sierra Wireless modules, offering a Linux-based application host. The WasP can also be used as an application and communication processing mezzanine board for more complex IoT systems.
“We believe that Sierra Wireless’ Legato platform, running on the WP range of modules, offers a powerful and versatile platform for IoT applications,” said Andrew Newton, Managing Director at Linkwave Technologies.
“The close integration of application and communication functional blocks, together with a rich, well featured programming environment, provides an excellent starting point for small, low power, highly capable devices.”
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