IoT Plug and Play module simplifies cloud connectivity

May 08, 2019 //By Ally Winning
STMicroelectronics’ SensorTile.box is a flexible IoT Plug and Play module that allows users to build applications through a graphical wizard.
STMicroelectronics’ SensorTile.box is a flexible IoT Plug and Play module that allows users to build applications through a graphical wizard.

The module uses Bluetooth Low Energy to connect to a smartphone to review data collected from the modules sensors. SensorTile.box will be showcased as a new demonstration platform for Azure IoT Central, which simplifies connecting smart devices to the cloud.

SensorTile.box contains ST MEMS devices for motion, context, and environmental sensing housed in a tough 57mm x 38mm x 20mm IP54 plastic container.

SensorTile.box serves a wide range of sensing, tracking, and monitoring use cases and is delivered ready to use with a 500mAh lithium battery and 8GB microSD card already fitted. The on-board sensors leverage ST’s portfolio of high-performance MEMS devices and are managed using an ultra-low-power STM32L4R9 MCU.

Developer mode allows users to activate or shut down individual sensors to optimize power consumption, leverage sensor fusion by combining data from multiple sensors to improve overall accuracy, and individually calibrate sensors after final assembly using dedicated internal routines. In addition, the LSM6DSOX machine-learning core and AI extensions to the STM32Cube development ecosystem allow advanced users to run neural networks for sophisticated pattern recognition such as activity tracking and audio-scene classification.

Professional users can also develop powerful applications quickly and efficiently within the STM32 Open Development Environment (STM32 ODE), leveraging the STM32CubeMX configurator and code generator, and the STLink-V3 programmer and debugger.

More information

www.st.com/sensortilebox

https://blog.st.com/sensortile-box-sensor/

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