panStamp started as a solution mainly for personal and home networks. We then realized that the Smart City concept is more than a simple commercial noise. Thus, after being invited to participate in some challenging projects we had to reconsider panStamp's initial communication schemes. As result, we recently added the extended address schema which opens the door for projects where handling hundreds or even thousands of nodes is a real need. Doing so panStamp had the opportunity to become the "wireless sensing gear" behind these projects.
These projects, among others, will be showcased at SIMO Network between 17th and 19th October in Madrid, where we will have the opportunity to talk to the attendance about panStamp and its natural adaptability. OK... we will also talk about how inexpensive is deploying wireless networks with panStamp...
For anyone who is not attending SIMO Network and still wants to know about our recent projects, we will release some white papers in the next weeks, before Smart City Expo, one of the most important trade shows and word congresses around Smart Cities and wireless sensors.