IoT Lab

Internet of Things

The Internet of Things (IoT) is a concept in which sensors and actuators are interconnected and accessible remotely. It is becoming an increasingly important research field, as sensor costs decrease while the importance of data for decision-making increases. The IoT-Lab focuses on a number of research topics, such as low-power sensors, data-transmission technologies, resilient runtime environments and middleware software components as well as data analysis and data visualization tools. The lab facilities are routinely used for teaching subjects related to environmental monitoring, sensor development and control systems.


Wireless data-transmission technologies:

  • IMST LoRa Lite Gateway
  • IMST WiMOD LoRa Shields for Arduino
  • Adafruit Feather LoRa modules
  • Dragino LoRa shields for Arduino and hats for Raspberry Pi
  • WiFi, BLE, UWB and other transceivers

Arduino and Arduino-compatible development boards (ARM and AVR)

Raspberry Pi single-board computers with cameras, touch-screens, etc.

Numerous and various environmental sensors (temperature, gas, air humidity, soil moisture, etc.)

Various actuators (DC motors, stepper motors, pumps, etc.)

Electronic lab bench:

  • Keysight N9925A FieldFox Handheld 9 GHz Vector Network Analyzer
  • Keysight MSO-S 404A 4 GHz oscilloscope
  • Keysight DSO-X 2002A 70 MHz oscilloscopes
  • Weller WS 81 soldering stations
  • Weller WR 3000M soldering/repair station
  • PeakTech 3315U multimeters
  • Voltcraft MT-52 ISO-calibrated multimeters
  • PeakTech 6010D DC power supply
  • EA-PS 2316-050 DC power supplies

PCB-manufacturing of double sided boards:

  • IMDES “MINI-CONDENS-IT” Condensation Reflow Soldering Machine
  • Lemmen UV exposure box
  • Lemmen etching machine
  • Bungard plating rivet press



02 02 510

Opening Times

By appointment

Lab Management

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Rolf Becker


Jan Sonntag