Affordable – LoRaWAN IoT Prototypes

I’m particularly interested in any conversations around LoRaWAN IoT Prototyping because my previous view is that there’s no middle-ground for companies wanting to build IoT

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LoRaWAN 20km Range Test

LoRaWAN stands for Long Range Wide Area Network. We proved it. A simple real-world test to see if our zTrack works up to 20km from our £300 gateways.

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LoRa Geolocation

LoRa® Geolocation is a new way to locate devices in rural and urban areas based on the LoRa platform.  The traditional way to track a device location (moving or static) is to install a GPS sensor within the device.  This is a common solution for 3G/4G GPRS trackers.  However, for LPWAN solutions, GPS isn’t a good fit.  LPWAN solutions by design are low-power, and long battery life (up to 10 years).  However, GPS sensors are power-hungry and can reduce the battery life of an LPWAN sensor by a factor or 40-50. 

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LoRaWAN Temperature Sensors

Here at GridLocate Ltd, we get a lot of inquiries regarding LoRaWAN Temperature Sensors.  We’ve just completed some tests on their temp performance…. here are the results.

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LoRaWAN vibration sensor

A quick video demonstration of our LoRaWAN vibration sensors operating on different equipment.   Ideally suited as a way to monitor legacy machinery, we can provide sensors, networks, API’s and applications to help monitor your equipment.

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GPS Trackers in case of emergency

We live in the age of social media. Facebook and Twitter have their benefits, but with them come concerns. How do you keep the private parts of your life genuinely private, and what constitutes an invasion of your privacy? Are GPS Trackers safe?

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