Olsonet announces an extension of the PicOS platform to incorporate CC1350 processors.
Deployments of the ATOLS location service at facilities in Bruges, Belgium and Reims, France.
Olsonet's Chief Scientist presents a paper on ATOLS at DCNETS 2016.
A pilot deployment of ATOLS in an IL facility in Antwerp, Belgium.
Olsonet and Alphatronics launch the ATOLS project aimed at developing a location tracking system for Independent Living Facilities.
Alphatronics deploys Olsonet's customized ILIAD as Alphanet 1.0 integrated with their advanced health care system. A several-hundred-node pilot is running at a retirement home in Bruges, Belgium.
A sensor node at the front door of Combat Networks hits 3 years of continuous operation on two standard AA batteries.
Olsonet WSN systems can now be seemlessly interfaced to WiFi-based networks.
Olsonet adopts BLE (low-energy Bluetooth) as an optional interface of their
proprietary WSNs to other networks and systems.
Olsonet announces a new version of the ILIAD praxis, a generic WSN for
Independent Living facilities, incorporating a new generation of accelerometers
and combination sensors.
The pool of sensors handled by our nodes has been extended by several new
accelerometers and combo sensors, including
Our standard set of WSN praxes now covers the new (white) version of TI
Olsonet adds the WOR (wake on radio) mode to their CC1100-based RF
communication schemes, thus
enabling power-efficient listening for spontaneous (asynchronous)
Powerful virtualization tools added to our VUEE emulator make it possible to
further blur the boundary between the virtual and real words, enabling
integration and interoperation with social networks based on smartphones and
WiFi access points.
Olsonet nodes provide efficient gateways between Bluetooth networks and our
proprietary wireless ad-hoc sensor networks.
Olsonet builds an
MSP430-based network analyzer, a combination of spectrum analyzer and packet
sniffer, for diagnosing and tracing problems in wireless ad-hoc networks, and
for debugging wireless praxes.
Olsonet develops a location
tracking application dubbed SLOTS, for Sampling-based LOcation Tracking System,
providing sub-meter indoor accuracy using a wireless ad-hoc network built of
Olsonet's inexpensive nodes.
Olsonet's platform has been licensed
to the DIVA
project at the University of Ottawa for research on vehicular
UofA research on
Independent Living, involving Olsonet's sensor
networks, receives a new momentum from IBM.
WSN lab at Grant MacEwan
University to be outfitted with Olsonetís
sensors and software.
Fruitful co-operation with Combat Networks
brings to life a pilot deployment of our alarm and event notification system
at Independent Living facilities in New Jersey.
Summer school on WSN (July 6 Ė 17) at CEOS. Here are Olsonetís
The SmartCondo project
at the UofA uses Olsonet's wireless sensors for non-intrusive monitoring
of the elderly. See
EcoNet nodes successfully
tested in forests in Brasil.
launched at the UofA. The network is based on Olsonet's low-cost self-configurable sensor nodes for
reliable wireless data collection.
WAHOC'07: Workshop on Ad-Hoc Wireless Networks: Urban Legends
and Reality, held in Wisla,
Poland and co-organized by Olsonet.
Olsonet embarks on a joint
project with the Earth
Observation Systems Laboratory at the UofA
aimed at building ecological sensing networks based on Olsonet's
Strategic meeting in Vancouver between Adigy
Canada and Olsonet results in excitng
Adigy's CEO and Olsonet's Chief Scientist present wireless sensing
technology for medical applications at FICCDAT'07 in Toronto.
Olsonet's CEO and Chief
Scientist demonstrate wireless solutions at INSS'07 in Braunschweig,
Olsonet and Adigy Canada sign a collaboration
agreement to join forces in the area of sensor networks.
Olsonet's Chief Scientist presents
recent enhancements to TARP
at DATE'07 in Nice, France.
Olsonet's Chief Scientist talks
at the Winter Simulation Conference in Monterey, CA on VUEE methodology of modeling
lab at SFU in
Vancouver to use PicOS/TARP nodes for adding ad-hoc
capability to their medical wireless sensor networks.
The wireless lab at the UofA
in Edmonton receives from RF Monolithics and Olsonet 200 PicOS/TARP-based
nodes for research on sensor networks and ad-hoc sensor databases.
Cooperation with RF
Monolithics brings about a successful
industrial deployment of a large ad-hoc wireless network based on PicOS and TARP.