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Pervasive Nation is Ireland’s Internet of Things testbed operated by CONNECT, the Science Foundation Ireland Research Centre for Future Networks headquartered at Trinity College Dublin, the University of Dublin.
Pervasive Nation is based on Low Power Wide Area (LPWA) networking technology.
The objective of Pervasive Nation is to build an Internet of Things testbed of scale which will become a resource for industry, government and academia, and act as a strong catalyst for Internet of Things research and innovation.
The Pervasive Nation infrastructure uses the latest off-the-shelf LPWAN technologies, software-defined radio and Application Enablement Platform (AEP) technologies.
These provide end-to-end connectivity allowing users to shape the future of the Internet of Things. Pervasive Nation is particularly suited to the connectivity and networking of small, simple devices in difficult to reach locations or in remote areas. These devices would normally require battery operation or have only small energy scavenging needs and require a low data rate.
Pervasive Nation is headquartered at Trinity College Dublin and is present on nine other Irish third level campuses: Cork Institute of Technology, Dublin Institute of Technology, Dublin City University, Maynooth University, Tyndall National Institute, University College Cork, University College Dublin, University of Ulster and Waterford Institute of Technology.
Pervasive Nation is supported by Science Foundation Ireland via a Research Infrastructures Award made to CONNECT in January 2016.
Pervasive Nation is open and extensible allowing our partners to join their own networks securely and leverage features such as scale, resilient back-end management and application enablement platform. The network will continue to scale through its extensible architecture.
The LPWA network has several unique capabilities including the ability to quickly on-board new IoT devices and provide end-to-end IoT experimental data services.
Pervasive Nation also supports two advanced features at scale: the provision of automatic registration hooks for all devices introduced to the network and the ability to locate and track devices without the cost and energy demands of a GPS receiver. These capabilities open a whole new set of possibilities for users.
Contact us to outline your IoT idea. We will explore how Pervasive Nation might be able to help.
We will work with you to create a project plan and work package.
The scale of this plan will determine the cost of access to the Pervasive Nation network.
Our staff will work with you on necessary legal steps leading to project agreement before work begins.
Project execution begins!
A thorough post- implementation review to capture learnings and plan for next steps.
Pervasive Nation's Diarmuid Collins talks IoT in this webinar hosted by Smart Sandyford
Pervasive Nation to feature in IoT webinar, 11am, Tuesday, 11 August 2020, hosted by Smart Sandyford.
The Pervasive Nation Users’ Group (PNUG) will meet on 7 December 2018 (9.30am – 1pm), at Maynooth University (Engineering Building, Room EE2.08).
Mark Bennett (BikeLook), Mike Fitzgerald (Netfeasa) and Jennifer McElwain (Chair of Botany, Trinity College Dublin) describe how Pervasive Nation is helping their work.
Read this interview with Prof. Linda Doyle, Director of CONNECT, in which Pervasive Nation is mentioned in a discussion about the future of IoT.
A good overview of Pervasive Nation is provided in Niall Kitson's interview with Prof. Linda Doyle in this TechCentral.ie show.
Learn how the Pervasive Nation IoT network can help with your research and innovation at this special information day in Croke Park on Wednesday, 13 September 2017.
The Engineers Journal profiles Pervasive Nation's collaboration with the Smart Dublin project to tackle flooding in the capital.
Pervasive Nation will demo some marine applications of Internet of Things technology at the Digital Ocean conference in NUI Galway on Thursday, 29 June.
Pervasive Nation is collaborating with Smart Dublin and Intel to deploy IoT rainfall and flooding sensors around the capital.
Kerlink, a global leader in Internet of Things network solutions, is partnering with Pervasive Nation to deploy gateways for our nationwide IoT network.
Pervasive Nation has been nominated for the Outstanding Academic Achievement of the Year at the Irish Software Association Awards 2017.
Semtech Corporation, a leading supplier of analog and mixed-signal semiconductors, has announced that its LoRa® devices and Wireless RF Technology will be used in the Pervasive Nation, low power, wide area network (LPWAN) deployed across Ireland.
During his visit to CONNECT, Minister of State for Training and Skills, Mr John Halligan, learned about some of our smart city technology. The Minister watched as Shane Hamilton and Lye Ogunsanya demo'd a flood sensor from the Smart Dublin project.
What does Internet of Things mean for agriculture? The Pervasive Nation team demo'd the huge potential at the National Ploughing Championships in Screggan, Co. Offaly, in partnership with Science Foundation Ireland and Teagasc.
Leading IoT companies Davra Networks and Orbiwise are to work with the CONNECT Centre in the countrywide roll out of the Pervasive Nation Internet of Things network.
Trinity College Dublin, via the CONNECT Centre’s Pervasive Nation programme, has become the first Irish university to join the LoRa Alliance.
Pervasive Nation is a national resource open to any individual, researcher, educational institute or business. Contact us today at firstname.lastname@example.org or fill in the form opposite.
Dunlop Oriel House,
34 Westland Row
Trinity College Dublin,
Dublin 2, Ireland