IoT Sensors

Application

Sensors for IoT

Sensors enable the Internet of Things (IoT) by collecting the data for smarter decisions. Learn how TE Connectivity (TE) sensors are used in applications including consumer devices, Industry 4.0, and medical applications including remote patient monitoring.

As the Internet of Things (IoT) industry grows, so do the opportunities to utilize sensors. At TE Connectivity (TE), our sensors are utilized in various applications in miniaturized packages, multi-sensor modules, ultra-low power designs, and packages for harsh environments. Reliable, accurate sensors create a foundation for engineers to understand the various properties in applications from motor bearings to patients under home care.  Learn more about the sensor technologies available from TE and how they are being used in industrial, personal, and medical applications.

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  1. IoT Sensor Market Survey

TE Connectivity (TE) designed a survey for engineers on a variety of topics related to IoT design. We got responses from 180 engineers ... primarily senior engineers with a stated interest in consumer, industrial, and automotive IoT. Our survey explored IoT applications and design methods and then identified common challenges that exist across this space.

Featured Sensors: Board Mountable

Featured Sensors: Industrial Applications

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iot infographic

Wireless Connectivity

Each IoT application has a different set of requirements for wireless range, energy consumption and security. Sorting through a seemingly endless array of connectivity options can be a daunting task. This infographic examines some of the most popular wireless technologies available for IoT applications, as well as considerations for each around cost, security and range. Download this infographic for tips on choosing the right protocol for your application.

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  1. Enter the World of Sensors (English)

Sensors enhance our capacity to observe and report on the world around us. What a sensor sees can be the difference between that which is imagined and that which is possible.

IoT Sensors

Application

Sensors for IoT

Sensors enable the Internet of Things (IoT) by collecting the data for smarter decisions. Learn how TE Connectivity (TE) sensors are used in applications including consumer devices, Industry 4.0, and medical applications including remote patient monitoring.

As the Internet of Things (IoT) industry grows, so do the opportunities to utilize sensors. At TE Connectivity (TE), our sensors are utilized in various applications in miniaturized packages, multi-sensor modules, ultra-low power designs, and packages for harsh environments. Reliable, accurate sensors create a foundation for engineers to understand the various properties in applications from motor bearings to patients under home care.  Learn more about the sensor technologies available from TE and how they are being used in industrial, personal, and medical applications.

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  1. IoT Sensor Market Survey

TE Connectivity (TE) designed a survey for engineers on a variety of topics related to IoT design. We got responses from 180 engineers ... primarily senior engineers with a stated interest in consumer, industrial, and automotive IoT. Our survey explored IoT applications and design methods and then identified common challenges that exist across this space.

Featured Sensors: Board Mountable

Featured Sensors: Industrial Applications

orange bar
iot infographic

Wireless Connectivity

Each IoT application has a different set of requirements for wireless range, energy consumption and security. Sorting through a seemingly endless array of connectivity options can be a daunting task. This infographic examines some of the most popular wireless technologies available for IoT applications, as well as considerations for each around cost, security and range. Download this infographic for tips on choosing the right protocol for your application.

iot icons
  1. Enter the World of Sensors (English)

Sensors enhance our capacity to observe and report on the world around us. What a sensor sees can be the difference between that which is imagined and that which is possible.