The RE-Mote is a hardware development platform. It follows the specifications developed jointly with universities and industrial partners in the frame of the European research project RERUM (RERUM: REliable, Resilient and secUre IoT for sMart city applications). The idea behind RE-Mote is that there is a need for a rather powerful yet flexible and low-power IoT platform to be able to successfully tackle major issues for Smart Cities oriented IoT services such as security, privacy and anonymity. Zolertia’s RE-Mote aims to fill the so far persisting gap in existing IoT platforms that lacked the combination of industrial-grade design and ultra-low power operation capability, being at the same time easy to use and highly integrable to existing devices and deployment scenarios.
- Double radio interface to enable personal area networks (100 m over 2.4 GHz) and long range applications (up to 40 km at 868/915 MHz).
- Powerful ARM M3-Cortex processor with increased performance.
- Direct programmability over USB (no external programmers required).
- Ultra-low power operation (current draw is down to a few µA) to support operation on batteries for years.
- A built-in battery charger allowing to directly connect solar panels and rechargeable batteries.
- Powering from 2 to 28 V DC sources without requiring additional power converters.
- Micro-SD card interface to store and retrieve data easily.
- Security hardware acceleration.
- Easy integration of existing commercial sensors and actuators.
- Over the air programming to ensure that the device can be kept up to date.
Further information: Zolertia