IoT Burger™ is a technology for smart products development, leveraging fog / edge computing possibilities into industrial and automotive areas. It is based on industrial-grade hardware and real-time embedded software. Today, there is a ready-to-use library of hardware & software functional modules, desktop configuration software, mobile applications for data monitoring and remote configuration, set of manufacturing and engineering standards for a new reliable product development.
In vehicle telematics, CAN j1939/S6 is used for data collection from standard and additional equipment of vehicle, along with data gathering from one or several automotive CAN buses and its integration into vehicle telematics system.
Architecture of CAN j1939/S6 telematics interface is based on idea of single cabling system, physical interfaces and protocols: physical interface CAN 2.0B is used for data transfer between on-board units, data transfer sequence is defined by Data Link Layer in accordance with the requirements of SAE J1939/21 standard, parameters, structure and content of transferred data is defined by Vehicle Application Layer per SAE J1939/71 and S6 Databaseparameters, structure and content of transferred data is defined by Vehicle Application Layer per SAE J1939/71 and S6 Database
S7 Technology for wireless data collection employs Bluetooth 4.X Low Energy (BLE) standard as a communication channel for data transfer. S7 Technology ensures very low power consumption and long autonomous lifetime of smart sensors and IoT devices.
S7 Technology is used in vehicle telematics (vehicle tracking) and stationary object monitoring systems. Parameters and Events measured with autonomous sensors are sent to terminal unit (telamatics unit/tracker), smartphone, tablet, display and other S7-compatible devices.