A common clock source is required in a wide variety of connected things.

For instance, accurately timestamping sensor data coming from radars, LiDARs or accelerometers, is required for labeling datasets used for training in machine learning and sensor fusion applications. Similarly, in industrial applications, dependable and synchronized reaction must be assured in safety-critical wireless sensor and actuator networks. Tight synchronization is also the foundation of many real-time locating systems and time-division multiple access wireless communication schemes. A perfect schedule of data transmissions also unlocks an optimal wake-up scheme, in which battery life is maximized.

For computers working over unreliable networks…


developing the next generation of IoT networks

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