Revolutionizing IoT Innovation: Ignion Unveils AI-Powered Antenna Integration Platform for Wireless IoT Devices

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Ignion introduces Oxion, an AI-powered platform revolutionizing IoT antenna integration. The Barcelona-based company aims to streamline the design cycle for wireless IoT devices with its innovative service. Oxion integrates proprietary algorithms from nearby AI/ML firm Basetis into Ignion’s Antenna Intelligence Cloud, simplifying the process for developers regardless of their RF expertise. This initiative aligns with Ignion’s commitment to reducing costs and accelerating innovation in the IoT market. Oxion promises to transform antenna design from days to minutes, leveraging AI algorithms inspired by antenna modeling. By offering real-time feedback and drag-and-drop functionality, developers can optimize designs swiftly, reducing trial-and-error iterations. Moreover, Oxion provides tailored recommendations and direct access to distribution channels, enhancing efficiency and de-risking the design process. Supported by the European Union Innovation Council’s Accelerator scheme and expertise from Basetis, Oxion signifies a significant advancement in IoT development. Ignion’s CEO emphasizes the importance of maximum wireless connectivity, particularly with the projected rise in connected devices. Experts, like Dan Shey from ABI Research, commend Oxion for its potential to save time and costs for wireless developers, marking a significant leap forward in IoT innovation.

Oxion: Revolutionizing IoT Antenna Integration with AI-Powered Platform

Ignion, a company that manufactures IoT antennas for the Barcelona-based embedded world, has introduced a new” AI-powered” antenna integration platform called Oxion to cut down the design cycle for wireless IoT devices. The new service integrates “proprietary algorithms” from nearby Barcelona AI/ML firm Basetis into Ignion’s design and simulation platform, Antenna Intelligence Cloud. It is essentially imbecile-proof, the company suggested. ” It  empowers anyone regardless of their level of RF expertise”, it said.

It added:”Interactive design and…is now as easy as building with LEGO”. Ignion is striving to make the design and testing process for low-power IoT devices simpler, like every supplier to the market for IoT developers. Its Antenna Intelligence Cloud product works with various biological ( NB-IoT through 5G ) and non- biological IoT ( including UWB, Wi-Fi, LoRaWAN etc ) antennas, and itself allows developers to integrate the company’s proprietary off- the- shelf multiband Virtual Antenna chip technology as a driver for faster, cheaper IoT development.

Antenna Intelligence Cloud on AWS: Accelerating IoT Innovation with AI Integration

The company’s Antenna Intelligence Cloud’s unique promise, which was made available on AWS a year earlier, was to “reduce IoT antenna design from days or weeks to minutes.” The message is the same as it has been since it changed from Fractus Antennas in 2021: to reduce costs and accelerate innovation. Whether the addition of some AI tooling with the Oxion product fulfills that promise or reduces development times yet deeper is not clear. The AI algorithm draws inspiration from antenna modeling, which “enables more than 50 million mobile devices.”

Developers can use AI/ML in real-time to avoid roadblocks to wireless connectivity because Oxion today offers an interactive digital twin. The product offers a “real- time drag- and- drop functionality with life performance feedback”, allowing developers to adapt designs with different components, placements, clearances, and PCB sizes.

Ignition said:” Users are presented tailored recommendations … Oxion acts as the developer copilot from concept to production …It  includes direct access to Ignion’s distribution channels to easily procure a  bill-of-materials in one go. Many users can manage multiple projects and compare them in a second dashboard. The end result is a de-risked design process that eliminates countless trial-and-error steps and enables users to get wireless connectivity right the first time.

Ignion launches revolutionary AI-powered antenna integration platform

Ignion’s Oxion: Democratizing IoT Connectivity with AI-Powered Innovation

The platform is free to use. The European Union Innovation Council’s Accelerator scheme provided funding for it. Basetis provided “expertise in developing custom algorithms, including energetic learning, that power the real-time results engine.” This week, Ignion will be exhibiting the product at Embedded World in Nuremberg.

Jaap Groot, chief executive at Ignion, said:” All great ideas deserve maximum wireless connectivity, and with the installed base of connected devices reaching 70 billion in 2026 according to ABI Research, we need to provide easy access and scale our efforts as an industry. Utilizing the scientific advancement of AI, this spirit of transparency and democratization is what inspired us to create Oxion.

In a supplied quote, Dan Shey, vice president of enabling platforms at ABI Research, said:” Oxion is a special offering that will save wireless developers time and cost. Ignion is appreciative of the innovations that AI/ML can bring when combined with their years of experience.

Matthew Boyle

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