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We are entering a new phase of Ambrosus decentralisation that will permit Ambrosus ecosystem to be self-sufficient, community-driven and free from any central point of command and control. As we are preparing to onboard several waves of Masternodes onto the network that aims to create a market-driven balance of participants incentivised by rewards from the smart-contract-based system, it is time for us to reveal the progress on the IoT side of Ambrosus Ecosystem and all the achivements of Ambrosus Innovation Lab that is working on boosting global adoption of AMB-NET. As a seminal building block of AMB-NET, AMB-TRACE refers to the sensors, devices, and gateways developed and used by Ambrosus in collaboration with industrial manufacturers, to create a secure and dependable means from which data can be collected from a specific environment and transmitted to a Hermes Masternode on the network. This blog post introduces AMB-TRACE with reference to the pivotal role played by Ambrosus gateways. Towards the end, a more in-depth look at the Ambrosus Multi-Sensing device is also provided.
AMB-TRACE: Sensors, Devices, and Gateways:
AMB-TRACE is made up of sensors, devices, and gateways. The three tools interact in the following manner: first, a sensor, which possesses a transducer (or bio-transducer) can be embedded into either a device or an Edge-Gateway as a means of collecting information from the physical world.
Second, a device can be defined as any type of electronic that can store and communicate the measured data with other objects, typically done by low or medium range protocols such as Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) as well as IoT protocols such as Long Range (LoRa). Importantly, devices do not have access to the internet — they function to only transmit information between other intelligent devices, or towards a central gateway.
Third and finally, a gateway is similar to a device insofar ...
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