Use Cases

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 for- sending data payload from/to sensors and other end devices economically, over long distances,...
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Trends in IoT at home

Consumer use of IoT foreshadows the directions of the wider IoT market, be that at work or civic services. It also gets more media attention, thereby shaping public perceptions and expectations.
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More network use cases

After a slightly European look at what low power, long range networks are good for, an American view is provided by hardware supplier Link Labs.
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What’s the network good for?

Low power, long range networks purpose-built for the Internet of Things are relatively new. It’s therefore interesting to see how people and network operators in other countries are planning to use them. Applications are mostly similar but the...
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