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3rd January 2019
Customer Case: Monitoring an office building to bring down heating costs

Jakob Olrik, CTO of Attensys, is implementing a wireless sensor system monitoring the heating infrastructure in a large office building in central Copenhagen, using NeoMesh for robust and flexible connectivity.

2nd January 2019
Customer Case: NeoMesh goes to church

Swedish company Perific has launched Enegic Meshure, a new system for monitoring temperature and humidity in buildings, based on connectivity provided by NeoCortec. The system is being tested in a number of churches.

2nd January 2019
Customer case: NeoMesh contributes to predictability in electronics development

EKTOS is a leading Danish electronics development and test services provider catering to customers worldwide in the energy sector, in agriculture and in healthcare. Account Manager Jacob Eisenhardt explains why EKTOS has chosen NeoMesh as its preferred solution for wireless mesh connectivity.

11th January 2019
Background Knowledge: Rounding up the challenges of designing low-power wireless sensor networks

What are the main theoretical and practical challenges in designing low-power wireless sensor networks? Professor Jiri Srba from the Department of Computer Science at Aalborg University, Denmark, gives an answer.

8th January 2019
Meet us in Nuremberg – get free tickets

The NeoCortec team is looking forward to seeing you in Nuremberg at Embedded World 2019.

7th November 2018
SPS-MAGAZIN presents NeoMesh

In the November 2018 issue of the German SPS-MAGAZIN NeoMesh is presented in detail.

16th August 2018
Meet Danish wireless LPWAN experts

The IoT & Wireless Club organized by the Danish tech consultant company FORCE Technology is one of the leading meeting points for developers working with wireless technologies. In September the club has scheduled two member meetings focusing on Low Power Wireless. NeoCortec CEO Thomas Steen Halkier will be presenting the NeoMesh technology.

16th August 2018
NeoCortec presentation at the Wireless Congress in Munich

The Wireless Congress: Systems & Applications in Munich marks its 15-year anniversary this year. NeoCortec CEO Thomas Steen Halkier will do a presentation at the conference. It is titled “2nd generation Wireless Mesh Network for reliable communication in Unlicensed Spectrum”. Thomas will focus on how products designed to operate in the Unlicensed Frequency bands like 2.4GHz and 868/915 MHz ISM/SRD bands need to cope with disturbances and noise originating from the many devices already operating in the same spectrum.

15th August 2018
In the media

Take a look at new articles about NeoMesh in Czech and US tech magazines


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