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, Secure gives customer the confidence that they are working with a company with a proven track record. Today, Secure is a $500 million group that has its footprint in GB, Europe, Asia and Australia.
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(ADAS) and autonomous driving. Their technology keeps passengers safer on the roads, reduces the risks of traffic accidents, saves lives and has the potential to revolutionize the driving experience by enabling autonomous driving. Their proprietary software algorithms and EyeQ? chips perform detailed interpretations of the visual field in order to anticipate possible collisions with other vehicles, pedestrians, cyclists, animals, debris and other obstacles. Mobileye’s products are also able to detect roadway markings such as lanes, road boundaries, barriers and similar items, as well as to identify and read traffic signs and traffic lights. Their products are or will be integrated into car models from 25 global automakers including BMW, Ford, General Motors, Nissan, Tesla and Volvo. Our products are also available in the aftermarket.
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Sagemcom is a leading European group on the high added-value communicating terminals market (set top boxes, internet boxes, electricity meters, etc.) that is based in France. Group turnover totals €1.3 billion, the headcount of 4,000 employees works in more than 40 countries, of which about 30% in France, and the group has been profitable since it was created. Sagemcom designs, manufactures and ships more than 22 million terminals worldwide every year.
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Since 1976, Harris Utilities has been a trusted source for robust, feature-rich turnkey solutions that help utilities improve customer service and increase financial performance and operational efficiency. Today, Harris Utilities comprises seven distinct divisions and over 600 employees serving thousands of utility customers throughout North America and the Caribbean.
Founding member of the LoRa™ Alliance, Sagemcom proposes an integrated end-to-end offer tailored for the Industrial Internet of Things
(IoT), based on the open standard LoRaWAN™. This offer covers the radio RF modules used to make the things connected, up to the entire infrastructure network allowing both the reception of data transmitted by the sensors (objects) (uplink direction), and control of these things by issuing commands from the network (downlink direction): Base Stations
(BS), which can be supplemented by femto LoRa™, core network, or also software solutions for redistributing data to service operators.
With this complete offer, Sagemcom targets mainly the use cases, scenario requiring connected things with battery life of several years (between 10 and 20 years), punctually transmitting small amounts of data and to be connected at great distance, or within-deep indoor environment.
Sagemcom designs solutions for the management of the LoRaWAN™ infrastructure network, enabling both the collection of sensors’ data and the management and control of things.
Sagemcom provides efficient and innovative deployment solutions of radio network LoRaWAN™ through joint densification of Base Stations
(BTS) and residential gateway (RGW) or Femtocells including radio modules LoRaWAN™.
Sagemcom develops radio modules and industrial connected objects ("end-points"), based on the IoT open standard LoraWAN™.
Why was LoRaWAN™ technology chosen?
Sagemcom selected LoRaWAN™ standard for the following of competitive advantages:
• It is bidirectional, allowing sensors to not only transmit information (uplink direction), but to receive it as well (downlink direction).
• It can offer, thanks to its combination of different types and categories of sensors (Classes A, B, C), many added value services to the industry.
• It natively allows passive geolocation of things, without requiring any embedded GPS into objects (too much energy-consuming).
• The network can adapt the Spreading Factor (SF) (resulting thus into throughput adaptation), then the radio transmit power, but also the packet retransmission depending on the local radio conditions of each end-point. Thus, the higher the density of network antennas, the higher capacity the network will experience.
• Optimizing bandwidth and power also helps minimizing energy consumption at the end-points: with such regulated power consumption, the objects experience a longer battery life.
™ is an open standard, which Interoperability
is achieved in one hand thanks to a standardized certification process, conducted by independent renown laboratories, and in the other hand thanks to clear public open specifications, backward compatible, following a clear roadmap managed within a strong and diverse industrial alliance, which perpetuates deployments & investment, and ensures a constant high quality innovation over the long term.