ruhr:Hub: Stefan Drees, techconsultant of Lemonbeat, enriched the afternoon with another component: Intelligence on the edge, the end device.
IoT can get expensive, which might put you off. It shouldn’t, because you will love the business once you are involved. That’s why you should stop paying too much for data traffic or controller units. We give you the leanest IoT solution you have ever experienced.
Local performance is an attractive feature of the IoT market. Lemonbeat networks are fast and remain operable in times of outages and attacks. Intelligent devices make lemonbeat a highly robust IoT solution.
The IoT market is shaped by both, opportunities and uncertainty. That is why lemonbeat offers the most adaptive solution to develop and sell IoT devices. Thereby, we enable you to grow with and into a flourishing IoT business.
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Pikkerton, manufacturer of smart devices for industrial, room and building automation, uses Lemonbeat OS.
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How Smart Homes help saving energy
by Guido Vogel on 14th December 2017 at 8:30 am
Energy consumption under control. Picture: Fotolia, AA+WSaving energy is an increasingly important issue these days. While it seems obvious that the simplest way to save energy is just to use less, in practical terms it can be a lot more difficult. Smart home systems and devices help save energy by allowing the user to monitor and control energy usage in new ways. The post How Smart Homes help saving energy appeared first on We speak IoT. […]
Will IoT-enabled smart water meters make their way for the water industry?
by Florian Kopshoff on 8th December 2017 at 1:30 pm
If smart water meters would be IoT-enabled, data could be used for conservation and early leakage detection. Picture: Fotolia, nordrodenThe modernization of utility networks is considered to be the largest infrastructure project of all times. In Germany alone 40 million private households and a huge variety of smart metering devices need to get integrated in an intelligent power grid. […] The post Will IoT-enabled smart water meters make their way for the water industry? appeared first on We speak IoT. […]
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A successful SmartHome system needs to be built as cost effectively as possible. Lemonbeat technologies make this possible. Lemonbeat smart Device Language, combined with IPv6, enables devices to interact directly with each other and the internet. We can thus avoid clumsy translations of soft & hardware, and, as a result, reduce costs. The standard services that come with Lemonbeat cover a lot of the device functionality we regularly require. Lemonbeat allows us to make new ideas into device prototypes in as a little as 24 hours.
The future value of the IoT will only become a reality if IoT devices are self-describing, interoperable and configurable. Due to the fragmented current state of the market, we're a ways a way from this, but the LsDL provides exactly these qualities making it both ready-to-use in the near term as well as highly relevant for future developments in the IoT. It's a win-win, and the full stack protocol is an excellent choice that works eminently in a wide range of applications. With the standard services available within the stack, programming device software becomes significantly easier and quicker.
The Lemonbeat transmission technology is one of bit.B’s core features. It was impressive how effortless and quick we were able to customize and implement Lemonbeat within bit.B’s soft- and hardware environment. The most important advantage is that our customers receive a safe state of the art transmission technology that allows them to implement multiple sensors without the need to run cables and worrying about radio reception. This saves time and money and positions bit.B to one of the most progressive process and energy monitoring systems.
I work predominantly with the LsDL on Lemonbeat Radio solution. I was drawn to the technology because it’s a rare example of direct interaction between the devices themselves, rather than having to take a diversion via a central controller or cloud solution. That this is IPv6-based was also extremely important to me as I feel this is the direction things are developing in. As a device manufacturer, I appreciate the space saved by being able to implement the whole application for the end device onto a single chip solution, it makes my job significantly easier.
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