The LoRaWAN 1.0.4 Specification in Depth For End Device Developers course is designed to provide a comprehensive understanding of the LoRaWAN 1.0.4 specification, crucial for efficient LoRaWAN implementation and end device development. The course is divided into six chapters, or books, each focusing on a specific aspect of LoRaWAN implementation.
Semtech is pleased to announce the availability of the LoRa Calculator.
Why Choose the Helium Network for IoT Solutions
The Helium Network is a platform for systems integrators and other who want to get LoRaWAN® -based IoT solutions to market quickly without investing in a lot of infrastructure.
As one of the seven core industries of digital economy in China, the Internet of Things (IoT) has experienced a remarkable growth trajectory over the past few years. The "14th Five-Year Plan for Development of Digital Economy" proposes to improve the coverage level of the IoT in industrial manufacturing, emergency management and other fields, and enhance the collaboration between fixed networks and mobile networks, as well as the combination of wideband and narrowband networks for IoT. The Three-Year Action Plan of New Infrastructure Construction of Internet of Things (2021-2023) also proposes to accelerate new infrastructure construction to enable comprehensively sensing, ubiquitously connected, safe and reliable IoT. Professional IoT networking solutions will help improve sensor connectivity, efficiency, and reliability, thus helping enterprises achieve efficient management.
Understanding On-Premise LoRaWAN® Deployments
Many LoRaWAN deployments are private or on-premise. These deployments rely on the ability to deploy sensors, gateways and a network server within a company’s own infrastructure, and might require that the entire infrastructure remain sealed off from the internet.
Amazon Sidewalk Test Kit – First Impressions
The Amazon Sidewalk Test Kit is a tool designed to help developers and device manufacturers test the real-world network coverage of the Amazon Sidewalk, a new low-power, long-range wireless network that uses LoRa® communication technology. With the Sidewalk Test Kit, developers can see the actual network coverage in a real-world environment, ensuring that they have adequate coverage for their Sidewalk solutions and providing customers with a better experience. In this blog post, we'll explore the features of the Amazon Sidewalk Test Kit and how it can help developers bring innovative new IoT products to market.
Discover the Power of Amazon Sidewalk and LoRa® Technology for IoT Solutions
With today’s announcement of Amazon Sidewalk, developers can now independently and rapidly create new Sidewalk-enabled devices with access to a new Amazon Sidewalk developer portal, coverage maps and new partner SDKs.
Amazon Sidewalk is enabling new services to help benefit everyone, from locating lost items to extending the range of smart devices and beyond by harnessing the limitless possibilities of developer and community innovation.
We’re grateful to be at CES 2023, where the momentum around solutions with Semtech’s LoRa® devices and the LoRaWAN® standard is incredibly strong. This morning, we had the pleasure of connecting with a wide range of customers, LoRa ecosystem partners and industry experts to discuss the powerful impact of low power, long range Internet of Things (IoT) technologies on enabling a smarter, greener and more resilient future for our planet. The journey to lower carbon emissions — and, more broadly, help the enterprise achieve its environmental, social and governance (ESG) goals — is a cornerstone to Semtech’s innovation for a better world.
Intensive pig farming, also known as the ‘intensive piggery system’, has become the primary method of farming in the pig industry. According to this method, pigs are housed indoors and confined in individual stalls or straw-lined sheds at high stocking density, while keeping pigs of similar ages to live together in large crowds under common environmental settings. By doing so, feeding efficiency is significantly improved, and emerging technologies are often employed to maintain pig health and safeguard pig growth - monitoring various environmental parameters inside the barns with wireless temperature and humidity sensors is an exemplary case in point.