Emanuele Pagliari - Telecommunication, Internet of Things Engineer and FPV drone pilot

About me

Skills
FPV Drone Pilot

FPV Drone Pilot

I began flying with drones in 2014 and I started making video with DJI drones in 2017. In 2020 I decided to join the FPV drones world, focusing on getting the best aerial cinematic videos. I fly both for fun and for work. Watch my portfolio.

Research Activity

Research Activity

My research activity began in 2020, when I decided to start my Doctoral studies at University of Parma. I mainly focus on the design, development of IoT and communications systems for various applications.

Computer & Networks

Computer & Networks

During the years I have been working as Computer Hardware and Network technician, with a focus on the Wireless Networks, given my communication engineering background.

Biography

Class 95, quiet personality, helpful and stable. Since I was a child I showed particular interest in technical areas. Growing up on bread and Lego, drawing imaginary cities and building towers, bridges and mechanisms using the mythical colored bricks, in 2006 I received my first computer. Three years later, later than my friends, I discovered videogames but above all my main source of knowledge: Internet. From there began my passion for technology, which led me to join the Faculty of Computer Science, Electronics and Telecommunications Engineering in Parma, where I graduated in December 2017. However, I owe most of my Hi-tech knowledge to the hundreds of hours lost in forums and web-maze instead of studying. I am certainly not a model student, given the ups and downs of my study path. Despite this, I successfully obtained a Master of Science degree in Communication Engineering in July 2020. I’m constantly looking for exciting opportunities to get involved, because I strongly believe that challenging our own limits and capabilities is one of the most important stimulus, allowing us to achieve results that were initially impossible to imagine. Finally, given my passion for innovative technologies and my challenge-friendly mind, I decided to start my Doctoral studies (Ph.D.) at University of Parma in November 2020, where I work on innovative research topics, in particular related to the development of new communications and localization systems for drones.

Blogs

Over the years I have published hundreds of articles and reviews on some Italian blogs focused on technology. My adventure with the fantastic world of blogging began back in 2014, when I applied as a writer at GizChina.it. Led by the administrator Mario and other colleagues, like Luca, I learned the basics of blogging, SEO, writing and therefore how to make information. Then, given my mentality as an “engineer” and interests, I moved to technical reviews and articles. In 2016, after attending to Mobile World Congress as press member, my role as a writer and reviewer expanded first to GizBlog.it and then to LFFL.org, finally followed by GizWear.net. In early 2018, convinced by my friends, we created CryptoMinando.it, a blog dedicated entirely to the world of cryptocurrencies and technological applications of one of the most interesting innovations of this decade: blockchain. In late April 2019, Cryptominando.it has been acquired by Cryptonomist.ch, an online Swiss magazine focused on cryptocurrencies and blockchain applications. From May 2019 to October 2019, I’ve been a writer for Cryptonomist.ch. At the beginning of 2020 I left the world of blogging to focus on my final thesis, but it’s only a matter of time before I’ll write again, maybe on a new project. Below you will find all my articles and reviews on many blogs.

 

 

 


GizBlog.it

GizChina.it

GizWear.net

LFFL.org

CryptoMinando.it

Cryptonomist.ch

Last publications

How to use an ESP32 to open any automated gate or garage door with your smartphone

How to use an ESP32 to open any automated gate or garage door with your smartphone

25 Feb , 2021   IoT

In this tutorial I’m going to show you how you can integrate yours automated garage doors or gates with your domestic Internet of Things network using an ESP32 board (which I already used in many projects), in order to control them using your mobile smartphone instead of the proprietary RC remote, thus extending the operating […]

LoRaWAN range test: a real Line of Sight Long Range test of LoRa communications

LoRaWAN range test: a real Line of Sight Long Range test of LoRa communications

3 Jan , 2021   IoT

In the last months I’ve often talk about Internet of Things communication protocols like Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, Narrow Band IoT and, of course, LoRaWAN, explaining and analysing how they works and which are they strengths and disadvantages, as detailed in the following article. Among them, one of the most interesting one is, of course, LoRaWAN, which […]

LoRaWAN Heltec CubeCell Capsule: my review after almost a year of use

LoRaWAN Heltec CubeCell Capsule: my review after almost a year of use

9 Nov , 2020   IoT

It was December 2019 when I discovered a new interesting product by Heltec: the LoRaWAN Heltec CubeCell Capsule. At the time, I was fiddling with many LoRaWAN (what is LoRaWAN?) development boards, in particular the Pycom FyPy and LoPy 4, followed by the Heltec ESP32 Lora V2, which I used to create a single channel […]