Latest Additions

  • Maxiiot: Modules

    Maxiiot is a solution provider that focuses on IoT projects design and supply chain service. Our experienced and motivated engineers with distinctions in the areas of GPS, LoRaWAN and NB-IoT enable our client to realize their projects reliably and on time.
  • Maxiiot: Gateway Modules

    Maxiiot is a solution provider that focuses on IoT projects design and supply chain service. Our experienced and motivated engineers with distinctions in the areas of GPS, LoRaWAN and NB-IoT enable our client to realize their projects reliably and on time.
  • EdenWorth Sensors

    Eden Worth based in Australia makes IIoT devices currently for Sigfox and LoRaWAN networks, providing low power IIoT hardware, simplifying sensor and device interface to the IIoT
  • Lorrier

    Carrier grade gateways with open source hardware and software
  • OnYield: Building Sensors

    OnYield is specialized to connect sensors and devices to Internet through Low Power Wide Area Networks (LP-WAN) technologies. We are a full end-to-end solution provider including studies, design and manufacturing.
  • Winext: Platform

    Winext Smartkit LoRaWAN middleware (development kit) has achieved protocol connection and data analysis between node and gateway, as well as provided a complete open API interface based on the MQTT interface and rest style.
  • Winext: Gateway

    With our IoT technology and our base station gateway GW5000, users can then have their own IoT control system to achieve customized smart services
  • Winext: Tester

    AN-106 LoRa tester is with LCD screen and connect with gateway via OTA network joining. It can test the UPLINK and DOWNLINK packet loss rate and meanwhile users can get RSSI and SNR of gateway transmission. Users can also turn on the GPS to display the latitude and longitude coordinates of the device, and check the LoRoWAN CLASS type and the firmware version number of the LoRa tester.

Featured Products and Services

  • LoRa Server

    LoRa Server consists of multiple components, giving you the flexibility to set your LoRaWAN infrastructure the way you want.
  • KotahiNet: Custom Nodes

    Provide LoRaWAN connectivity to any sensor
  • Strega: Smart-Valve

    STREGA has been created in 2011 by a team of IT and industrial communication specialists, having a long time expertise in the European and Middle East market.
  • Telit: RE866 BLE + LoRa

    Integrating unlicensed LPWAN to your IoT solution is simplified with the use of our pre-certified combo module, RE866. The module’s open protocol and unique combination of long range (LoRa) with Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) make it perfect for sensor-heavy applications such as smart metering, industrial automation, alarm systems, agriculture, street lightning, asset tracking, and smart cities.
  • NAS: Gateway

    Nordic Automation Systems AS is an industrial automation development company, specialising in sensor technologies, data analysis and monitoring solutions.
  • HopeRF: LoRa Modules

    The LoRa long range modem provides ultra-long range spread spectrum communication and high interference immunity whilst minimising current consumption.
  • STMicroelectronics: P-NUCLEO-LRWAN1

    The STM32 Nucleo pack for LoRa™technology and high-performance FSK/OOK RF transceiver modem (P-NUCLEO-LRWAN1) is a development tool to learn and develop solutions based on LoRa™and/or FSK/OOK technologies. This tool, in association with the certified embedded software solution (I-CUBE-LRWAN), provides the means to set up a complete LoRaWAN™node compliant with class A, based on the Semtech SX1272MB2xAS LoRa™ extension board.
  • MultiTech: Conduit

    MultiConnect® Conduit™ is the industry’s most configurable, manageable, and scalable communications gateway for industrial IoT applications. A diverse range of MultiConnect® mCard™ accessory cards provide the local wired or wireless field asset connectivity and plug directly into the rear of the Conduit gateway. Available options include a LoRaWAN™ Ready mCard capable of supporting thousands of long range RF modules connected to remote sensors or appliances.

In the Blog

  • Low Power Satellite IoT

    Space, the final frontier. For low power Internet of Things (IoT) connectivity, perhaps the next frontier. We are in a New Space Age. Lower costs
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  • Mainstreaming IoT

    IoT is still at the early adopters stage of the technology adoption life cycle when, “In exchange for being an early adopter, and thus being
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  • Where we’re at with IoT

    Couple of days ago I was talking to a person who works for a company providing technical advice and services to enterprise and large businesses.
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  • 3 Cases When Not To Use LoRaWAN

    LoRaWAN is an open specifications network based on the proprietary LoRa physical layer from Semtech. These networks are really good at what they are designed
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  • The Science of IoT Product Management

    Source: Episode 67 of the IoT-Inc Podcast (recommended listening) Hardware is still hard. And yet, hardware is only one part of an IoT product or
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  • Global Frequencies

    The LoRa® Alliance has adopted frequencies for some countries and regions which is in a tabular form below. Use this as a guide and check
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