2nd International Conference on Electronic Engineering and Renewable Energy 2020

Dr. Ataollah Elahi:


Emerging Low Power Wireless Technologies for IoT (ZigBee, 6LoWPAN and LoRaWAN)

Due to the fast-growing applications of IoT, ZigBee Wireless Sensor, and Lora Wireless Technologies are the most widely used technologies for IoT devices. ZigBee and Lora technologies can a be used in automation processing, chemical plants, refineries, Reading Meters (water, Gas, Electric) and commercial buildings as well as home automation. The wireless sensor and control networks are rapidly growing. Furthermore, according to the Forb Magazine report, the IoT market will be $265 billion industry by the year 2020. To accommodate this burgeoning technology, numerous standards are being developed for wireless sensor and control networking such as SP100.11 (Wireless Systems for Automation)by the Industrial Standard for Automation (ISA), Wireless HART (Highway Addressable Remote Transducer) by the HART organization, IPv6 over Low Rate Wireless Personal Network (6LoWPAN) by IETF (the Internet Engineering Task Force), Thread Wireless Technology (Thread Group), LoRaWAN by LoRa Alliance and ZigBee by the ZigBee Alliance. The following is a list of the more common applications for wireless sensor and control networks:
  • Commercial Building Automation
  • Home automation
  • Industrial and process automation
  • Energy and utility automation
  • Health Care
  • Remote Control

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