LoRaWAN

LoRaWAN IoT

Deploying Extended Range Networks

LoRaWAN is a low-power, Long-Range (LoRa) Wide Area Network (WAN) designed to optimize sensor battery life, network capacity, extended range, and lower cost.

Long Range

Deep indoor and multi-floor coverage in a star topology design.

Long Battery Life

Optimized for low power. Up to 10 year lifetime and up to 10x vs cellular Machine-to-Machine (M2M).

High Capacity

Public or private deployments as well as multi-tenant interoperability.

Low Cost

Minimal infrastructure with low-cost end nodes. Open-source software keeps expenses down.

Geolocation

For Indoor/Outdoor use. Accurate without GPS and no battery life impact.

Firmware Updates

Firmware Updates Over the Air (FUOTA).

Roaming

Seamless handovers between networks.

Security

Embedded end-to-end with AES 128 encryption. IDs are unique. Application and network utilized.

LoRaWAN Ecosystem

The architecture of a LoRaWAN network is quite simple in design and very cost effective to deploy. Once in place, this technology enables multiple overlaying IoT applications to share the same network.

Endless Applications

IoT applications are endless because LoRaWAN is based on an unlicensed standard that ensures reliability, security, and vendor interoperability between sensors and infrastructure.

Wireless Technologies vs IoT Markets

Different IoT applications use different wireless technologies, each of which has its own strengths and weaknesses. There is no one-size-fits-all for all applications.

LoRaWAN and Wi-Fi Synergies

LoRaWAN and Wi-Fi are the two most adopted IoT wireless technologies that address very similar markets, in very different manners. Yet together, they complement each other.

IoT Gateways

Our feature-rich Indoor IoT Gateways are perfect for Smart Building IoT applications used to improve building operations, reduce energy costs, and to increase facility staff productivity.

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Indoor IoT Gateway

Our IoT Gateways are perfect for Smart Building IoT applications to improve building operations, reduce energy costs, support sustainability efforts, and increase facility staff productivity.