In 2002, the first connected object was marketed by the Violet company with the DAL lamp. Since then, the number of connected objects has continued to increase; there were 4 billion in 2010 and between 8 and 15 billion today. According to studies, 20 (Gartner) to 80 (Idate) billion connected objects are expected by 2021. It is in this context that Elliptika offers the study, design and production of miniature connected objects, drawing on its know-how in antenna design and printed circuit manufacturing. The goal is to provide the smallest possible object that best meets your specifications in any type of environment. We also have a connected object test card to facilitate your decision on whether or not to use them. each card can accommodate 6 sensors depending on the need of your request (temperature control, pressure, …)

Different microprocessors …

Arduino, Raspberry Pi, Wipy, Lopy from Pycom Languages Python, C, C ++ …

… Which control different sensors…

All types of quantities, all types of communication (I2C, SPI, UART, etc.), Data recovery and measurement formatting

… and communicate through different channels

Classic protocols (Wifi, Bluetooth, etc.) and IoT-oriented protocols (LoRa, Sigfox, Zigbee, etc.)

IoT 3
IoT 6
IoT 5
Carte miniature IOT Sigfox GPS
IoT 6
carte pycom
IoT 8
IoT 7
carte pycom

Circuit design

We choose the technologies and components according to the specifications of the object. All precautions are taken to protect the circuit during charges and discharges.


Elliptika has significant know-how in the design of planar antennas on PCB, for a minimum footprint and greater gain than commercial antennas.

A generic object to validate the need

Elliptika has developed a modular board to quickly test any use case. For this, connectors are available for connecting sensors, and all conventional protocols are supported (I²C, SPI, UART). Two antennas are present for radio communication: a 2.4 GHz antenna (Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, etc.) and an 868 MHz antenna (Sigfox, LoRa, etc.).