Jessie Hazelrigg

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  • Jessie Hazelrigg created an article,

    Does Wiliot work with partners?

    Wiliot announced the ‘Works with Wiliot’ Program in January of 2020. Members include Deloitte, Muhlbauer, Tadbik, Avery Dennison, SATO, Cloudleaf, Blyott, Evrythng, HP Aruba, Mist, Fanstel, and Est...

  • Jessie Hazelrigg created an article,

    What is the behavior of the IoT Pixels on surfaces like metal, or liquid containers?

    The fundamentals of radiofrequency communication still apply to Wiliot IoT Pixels. If a tag is covered with a material that is an RF blocker, the tag will not operate.  Since we harvest and broadca...

  • Jessie Hazelrigg created an article,

    Are Wiliot IoT Pixels reusable or single-use?

    Due to the sustainability of their materials and low price point, Wiliot IoT Pixels are economically viable for single use. Reusability depends on the application and is a function of the tag conve...

  • Jessie Hazelrigg created an article,

    What is the lifetime of the Wiliot IoT Pixel?

    So long as Wiliot IoT Pixels are in range of a suitable energy source, they will continue to harvest and transmit accordingly. The physical lifespan is a function of the tag conversion and operatin...

  • Jessie Hazelrigg created an article,

    What beacon density has Wiliot achieved?

    Wiliot tested over a hundred Wiliot IoT Pixels in close proximity and simulated traffic and collisions for up to 1K. Density affects the overall latency of tags. This is not related to Wiliot techn...

  • Jessie Hazelrigg created an article,

    How frequently can you transmit a beacon?

    Beacons are transmitted when there's enough energy collected. This is a function of the energy source pattern (the transmission output power, duty cycle, active time) as well as the distance from i...

  • Jessie Hazelrigg created an article,

    What is the range?

    The range can vary depending on the radio environment and the material upon which the tag is mounted. Our main limiting factor is the energy harvesting range. Our latest IoT Pixel has a range of up...

  • Jessie Hazelrigg created an article,

    What sources of energy do you use?

    Wiliot IoT Pixels use the energy that propagates in space through Radio Frequency waves. Specifically, we harvest Bluetooth, Wi-Fi and other 2.4 GHz connectivity technologies from devices such as B...

  • Jessie Hazelrigg created an article,

    What is the size of an IoT Pixel?

    The size of the Wiliot IoT Sticker depends mostly on the antenna size, which is a function of the environment, the application, and the manufacturing requirements. It can be as small as a US postag...

  • Jessie Hazelrigg created an article,

    What external components do you need for the tags to work?

    In order to receive Wiliot IoT Pixel data, two functions need to be addressed: providing energy for the Pixels to harvest from, and receiving data packets to send them to the Wiliot cloud. In most ...