Monthly Archive: September 2017

In the era of ubiquitous multirotor drones, the choice of an aircraft platform, may seen unusual but it was dictated by other requirements in which the aircraft perform much better. The biggest advantage of the aircraft in comparsion with multirotor drones is its operational capacity. The airplane is able to carry a relatively large load […]

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Our research conducted in the MILA laboratory was mainly aimed at exploring how well LoRaWAN could work in maritime conditions and what would be the maximum possible range of network operations. For the experiment one gateway was installed with the antenna at the marina in the G√≥rki Zachodnie. Measurement campaigns were carried out on the […]

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Living in the information society, we attach more importance to all kinds of information. We want to know more and more about the world around us. Tens years ago, the only source of information we were given was a preselected and processed content delivered by mass media or scientific publications, available in bookshops or libraries. […]

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MILA is a Marine Internet Laboratory for the study of different transmission techniques in marine conditions. For the tests, the laboratory has an external water temperature sensor that is installed approximately 0.5 m below the waterline. The measuring device is based on Sodaq One (Arduino compatible). The system is powered by a lithium polymer battery […]

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