Tenna Asset Management Research Funding
TCNJ is working with Tenna Company to development, test, and prototype a suite of innovative, wireless, low-power (LP), field resilient sensors that can be used to identify and geo-locate temporary pieces of construction inventory not normally tracked. Three potential sensor types and applications (i.e. Jersey Barriers, construction mats, and shipping pallets). The research includes the development of an on Campus NB-IoT and LoRa network for tracking construction assets. I will be working on this project with Dr. Brennan and Professor Jesson.