04 Mars – Thesis defense - John Nicot
16 h Amphithéatre JP Dom / IMS - Visio
Remote powering of Wireless IoT nodes.
The world is becoming increasingly interested in the IoT (Internet of Things) and the associated ecosystem. In order to minimize the environmental impact and the maintenance costs associated with such nodes, it is necessary to minimize the use of batteries for both environmental and maintenance costs. This thesis aims to study the architectural feasibility of such nodes and their robustness, in order to draw conclusions about techniques and implementation methods that will be necessary for real-world applications. It will also study their limits or possible optimizations for certain situations (data rate, types of data to be captured, frequency of transmission, etc.).