Martin Lesund

Martin Lesund, Technical Marketing Manager - Cellular IoT, Nordic Semiconductor. Martin has a Master of Science degree in Electrical Engineering from the Norwegian University of Science & Technology. Previously, he worked as an Application Engineer in the Technical Support group for over three years at Nordic, where the focus has been on the nRF91 series, nRF Connect SDK, and Cellular IoT. Now, his focus is to help customers understand and get the best cellular IoT solution possible for their new applications. In his free time, Martin enjoys hiking, running, and riding bikes.

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Using edge processing and LPWANs to make the most of the IoT

By Martin Lesund March 1, 2023

Back in the 1960s, the early days of Industry 3.0 saw a major upswing in data collection. For example, the multinational IT company IBM developed computers to specifically record and process data with machines like the IBM 7700 Data Acquisition System. The computer could simultaneously collect and analyze the data from 32 different sources.

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Topics: cellular IoT, ML

Towards a battery-free world for cellular IoT and other wireless technologies

By Martin Lesund November 16, 2022

Energy harvesting will reduce the constant battery replacements in IoT sensors, benefitting maintenance engineers and future generations alike.

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Topics: cellular IoT, Sustainability

How to get even more from NB-IoT

By Martin Lesund June 9, 2022

Billions of remote IoT end devices are quietly doing their jobs, measuring humidity, temperature, vibration, air quality, or any of a hundred other parameters. The data from these devices is valuable, but that value can only be realized once the data is transmitted to the cloud to be sifted, analyzed, and then used to make informed decisions.

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Topics: NB-IoT, cellular IoT

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