IOT and Autonomous systems

GenXComm microphotonic technologies enable ultra-fast mesh networks and low power, high resolution sensors to create autonomous systems and IoT devices capable of sensing and reacting to the environment at light speed.

 
 
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Mobile peer to peer and adaptive networks for autonomous vehicles


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Advanced RFID for automated inventory


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Smart Hub in-home networking and wireless broadband access


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Low powered, high precision RADAR and LIDAR


GenXComm microphotonic technologies enable ultra-fast mesh networks and low power, high resolution sensors to create autonomous systems and IoT devices capable of sensing and reacting to the environment at light speed.

Microphotonics based receivers deliver wideband spectrum analysis and interference-free signal processing for advanced sensing and adaptive mesh networking systems to allow seamless integration of the internet of all things. 

The future of autonomous systems depends upon the proliferation of low power, low cost, high performance sensing systems. GenXComm’s Photonic Integrated Circuits create coherent RADAR and LIDAR systems that are highly precise and resource efficient. Additional applications include advanced RFID for automated inventory, new light weight medical diagnostic devices, and advanced military signal processing systems.

Mesh networking systems remove the need for high powered transmitters and large towers by allowing individual devices to communicate directly to nearby devices.  Each device acts as its own miniature “cell tower” relaying information between nearby devices and ultimately connecting back to high throughput networking infrastructure.  Mesh networking allows autonomous vehicles to send immediate information about road conditions, acceleration/deceleration, obstacles needed for collision avoidance. Today’s mesh networks are inefficient and congested due to large control overhead. GenXComm’s full duplex technology enables low latency mesh networking by drastically reducing control overhead and latency.