Last week at the IoT Solutions World Congress in Barcelona, the 4ZeroBox gathered a lot of attention at the AAEON booth. This IoT congress saw over 16,000 people this year, and most of them had a vivid interest in industry 4.0 solutions, such as TOI’s 4ZeroBox.
As you can see from the image below, the 4ZeroBox was part of AAEON’s demo panel. The 4ZeroBox played the role of a LoRa field edge node, where it covered the monitoring and actuation part of all the other devices.
Since AAEON was one of the sponsors at The Things Conference Italy a couple of weeks ago, they attended the keynote of Daniele Mazzei, TOI’s CTO. During his keynote, Daniele explained and showcased all the ways you can use the 4ZeroBox with LoRaWAN technology. AAEON’s demo panel at the conference is not far from the topics explored in the keynote.
To see other uses of the 4ZeroBox, such as smart retail and blockchain-based tracking system, visit TOI’s use cases page.
More about the 4ZeroPlatform
TOI’s 4ZeroBox is an essential part of the 4ZeroPlatform – adaptable and Machine/Cloud independent IoT Stack. The 4zeroBox functions as a smart acquisition unit, a machine-to cloud-interface which you can plug into other machines.
Furthermore, the 4ZeroBox is a Zerynth powered industrial microcontroller-based board. It’s fully programmable in Python through Zerynth Studio.
To learn more, visit TOI’s official website.
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