Looking closer at the new DASH7 Alliance member “JITTER”
Last month we welcomed Jitter to the DASH7 Alliance, let’s look a bit closer at this interesting company and find out what the partnership brings for both parties.
Jitter is a unique company specialized in quickly realizing high quality hardware and software solutions. They can take a concept from specification to production, allowing their customers to focus on their domain. Jitter covers the full spectrum from idea to product and has helped many startups to bring their ideas to life or developed customized data acquisition and analysis setups.
The success of Jitter highly depends on developing high quality solution with the latest technology available.
The DASH7 Alliance is composed of university researchers, innovative companies, and individuals that want to make a difference in helping people connect wireless devices using battery operated transmitters that operate for multiple years between battery replacements. Joining the DASH7 Alliance helps to build the ecosystem around usage and implementation of the open source protocol.
Jitter has already used the DASH7 open standard in multiple projects, according to Ingmar Jager, co-founder of Jitter, one of the reasons for joining the alliance is to dive deeper into the specification and contribute to the development as well. Additionally, the requirement for industrial IoT solutions is increasing rapidly and the DASH7 Alliance is a good platform to position Jitter in this niche market space.
Beside this, Ingmar expresses that the existing members of the Alliance are very interesting companies and he looks forward to interacting and explore new partnerships with mutual benefits.
On the technology side, DASH7 is a very interesting IoT protocol for developers like Jitter, DASH7 is highly flexible and completely open, making it applicable for many different product solutions.
Ingmar adds that DASH7 distinguishes itself from other protocols with a higher range compared to WIFI, Bluetooth or Zigbee, a higher bit rate compared to LoRaWAN and lower cost compared to 4G / LTE. On top of that it is extremely low power making it easier to come with a low-cost solution.
Michael André, president of the DASH7 Alliance welcomes Jitter and sees it as a real contribution to the ecosystem. A company like Jitter, who has already used the technology, can accelerate global usage and at the same time contribute to the development of the specification going forward.
To summarize, the combination of a wireless network protocol like DASH7 and a solution provider like Jitter are an ideal match to drive the growth of a sustainable ecosystem based on open source software innovation.