Connected Lighting Security and Surveillance Cameras
Connected Lighting Security and Surveillance Cameras


A Smart building is based on an intelligent network fabric to enable IoT products to communicate with each other and over the Internet, allowing remote sensing, control, or programming of an array of automated electronic devices in the home or building. For example, a homeowner on vacation can use a phone, tablet, or PC to arm a home security system, control temperature gauges, switch appliances on or off, control lighting, program a home theater or entertainment system, and perform many other tasks.

There are essential requirements for a Smart building: devices should have some level of intelligence, should be connected to each other and the cloud, should have the ability to split the application from the primary function of the device (for example, a stereo could broadcast an alert) and should be able to add new devices, apps, and services.

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A Deep Dive into Efficient Wireless Location Finding Systems

Learn about the end-to-end positioning system that enables a simpler and faster development for more accurate, cost- and power-efficient asset tracking solutions.

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Technical Documents

All Ethernet to the Edge: 10BASE−T1S

In late 2019, the IEEE ratified the 802.3cg specification which addresses this fragmentation by introducing 10BASE−T1S: a 10 Mb/s, multi−drop, collision−free, Ethernet standard running on unshielded, twisted, single−pair Ethernet (SPE).

What is Visible Light Communication (VLC)?

Light communication is opening the road to many new applications, overcoming some of the limitations of RF implementations today. Learn more about VLC in this white paper.

Increasing Object Recognition Accuracy with Low Bandwidth High Dynamic Range (eHDR)

Image−based artificial intelligence (AI) is a crucial technology for enabling advanced automotive, surveillance, and industrial mobile robot applications

Getting Started Basic Configuration, Communication and Exception Handling

The NCN26010 10Base−T1S device has been developed to adhere to the IEEE 802.3cg specifications, as well as the SPI protocol of the Open Alliance (TC6) with various optional additional capabilities.