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.
Resilient connectivity can make or break a smart city solution. This article discusses key considerations in choosing the right network for a smart city.
The longevity and resilience of LoRa paired with Google Cloud's robust architecture provides IIoT operators with the tools they need to build the future.
Automotive retail IoT applications can provide managers with the ability to streamline customer experiences, giving them that seamless test drive.
LoRaWAN has recently emerged as one of the key radio technologies to address the challenges of Low Power Wide Area Network (LPWAN) deployments, namely...
It isn't "LoRaWAN vs. Cellular IoT" but a useful harmony of the two. A multi-technology and connectivity-agnostic platform could provide for all use cases.
Low-power, wide-area networks are great for industrial applications requiring devices to send small amounts of data over great distances for many years on a single battery. The LoRaWAN open standard is a popular and effective LPWAN protocol.
This piece is the second installment in our definitive series on a class of IoT connectivity known as LPWAN (low-power wide-area networks). The first installment...