Analysing your IoT device power

  • 19:00 - 20:00 • 3rd October 2019​


If you ever wondered why your device battery is discharging quickly and wanted to go deeper into the power consumption of your IoT device, then this is the workshop for you. Together we will try to understand what are the main pain points of the electronics and firmware design so the device can last longer. Bring your own device to understand better how it works.

What will you take away from this workshop?

Better understanding of how do design and analyze low-power IoT devices.

How do you need to prepare yourself? Are there any particular skills required?

Basic knowledge of electronics and programming is required. Bring your own device so we can test it together.

Vojislav Milivojević

Research and Development Engineer, Institute IRNAS

Vojislav Milivojevic is a Research and Development Engineer at Institute Irnas. He holds Masters degree in Electrical Engineering, with the special focus on  Embedded systems and algorithms, from Faculty of Technical Sciences, University  of Novi Sad. As an Electronics Engineer, he does development and optimization for hardware and software of many projects at the institute. His research activities are focused on embedded hardware and software, but also on the new and innovative way of using existing hardware and methodologies in open source research and development.

At Institute IRNAS we strive to apply the vast scientific knowledge to everyday reality by creating effective, affordable and well-tailored future-proof hardware products and IoT systems. We believe in an open-source world and sharing. We aim to empower the world with technologies that improve lives, let that be an advanced communication system, open medical device, 3D bioprinting or a simple everyday utensil.