IoT system on a chip

PROES provides a fully integrated system on chipset (SoC).  Despite the existing solutions where the users need to purchase several different chipsets in order to satisfy the needs of nowadays network, our system on chipset (SOC) solution combines all necessary technologies for a complete IoT solution in one chipset to make it cost-efficient: 

   The Radio

The Radio oversees the RF interface of the circuit. It ensures low power and long-range communications (based on PROES technology) which includes a Digital Signal Processor (DSP) for handling Software Defined Radio (SDR). Thanks to our chipset, the quality of any RF communication will be dramatically improved (in terms of communication range and power consumption). The coverage grows up to 6X without any changes in transmission power or the spectral bandwidth.


Application Processor

The AP is based on STM32 CPUs which hosts the main processor for the Connected Object applications. It controls the sensors and can perform algorithms based on the sensors’ data.We are offering the most powerful processing unit for IoT applications which can easily exploit subset technologies of AI such as machine learning and predictive analytics process on the edge of the sensors and actuators.

  The GNSS

This block provides geographical positions of the circuit based on GNSS information (GPS, Beidou, Galileo).


 Security processors 

 We are providing one of the safest and the most secure communication protocols based on 3 main parts:

 The iSE

The iSE embeds adequate cryptographic and security resources. In addition to the iSIM functionality, it can provide cryptographic services or secure storage to the AP. Our SoC also includes a standard ISO7816 UICC reader interface for external SIM/e-SIM.



The AP of our chipset includes the following additional security features:

       Crypto/hash hardware acceleration

       Secure Firmware Install (SFI) embedded security services to authenticate and protect your software IPs while performing initial programming.

       Secure Boot Secure Firmware Update (SBSFU)


Security based on PROES Radio protocols 

In addition to AES 128 and 256, data is processed in an extra block just before transmission by PROES radio frequency protocol. The output of this processing is a randomized sequence of bits within much longer data blocs (up to 5120 bits instead of an ordinary AES).  It’s practically impossible for any receiver to de-randomize this data without having the right key which is 20 times longer than the AES 128 key. In addition, our radio frequency protocols are capable of transmitting data below the noise level, in this case, the whole RF communication is transparent for any receiver but the one we are transmitting to.