Considering the continued maturation of low-power wide-area networks (LPWANs) and IoT, Hardy Schmidbauer provides his expert predictions for 2020.
IoT is transforming the way humans and devices interact with each other, creating market opportunities and enabling change across industries.
The future of IoT is billions of cheap, small, low-powered devices that provide real-time insights into every asset, process and system that’s important to a given organization. It’s invisible, ubiquitous and primarily driven by notifications.
This article provides a high-level overview of how wireless sensors work, how networks are arranged, and how they serve real-world IoT applications.
5G is the first generation of cellular network technology designed with IoT applications in mind and will make a big difference in the medium to long-term.
By leveraging LoRa devices and the LoRaWAN protocol, smart farms can take advantage of the latest IoT agtech to drive efficiencies.
The University of British Columbia Improves Campus Parking and Waste Management With LoRa® Technology
To meet the needs of more than 60,000 students, UBC used LoRa for its new smart campus solutions in waste management and parking.
IoT-enabled monitoring networks can improve oil and gas pipeline management practices to reduce costs and downtime, minimize environmental footprint, augment safety and ensure regulatory compliance.
Despite their excellent range, power and cost, not all LPWANs are created equal. Consider these criteria when selecting an LPWAN technology.
WM-Bus and LoRa represent a strategic lever for energy stakeholders. In the case of smart metering applications, they enable a machine-to-machine ecosystem.