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How the IoT Can Help to Distribute COVID-19 Vaccines

Posted by Roelof Koopmans on 03 May 2021

The year 2020 brought extraordinary challenges that forced many to overcome and find atypical solutions. As 2021 is being welcomed with open arms, there is a renewed sense of hope and optimism, knowing that governments and pharmaceutical companies are working tirelessly to roll out the COVID-19 vaccines with the intent of safely returning people to everyday life and a sense of normalcy soon.

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Tags: LoRa, Wireless RF, Internet of Things, COVID-19, Smart Healthcare

物联网解决方案检测洪水并主动将风险降至最低

Posted by Marc Pégulu on 20 April 2021

如今美国 83% 的人口居住在人口稠密的城市。城市中的机会和文化吸引来越来越多的人,洪灾的风险也急剧上升。仅 2019 年,洪水就造成了 459 亿美元的经济损失。

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Tags: LoRa, Wireless RF, Internet of Things, Smart Environment, ESG

“以 LoRaWAN® 创新改进连接性”网络研讨会解答您的问题

Posted by Rémi Demerlé on 14 April 2021

With governments increasingly recognizing the need to control energy consumption and reduce waste, the requirement to make utilities smart is not only desirable, but also the law in many countries. Although the needs of electricity, gas and water utilities are different and highly specific, each utility type requires similar foundational technologies in terms of smart devices, connectivity and data processing.

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Tags: LoRa, Smart Supply Chain Logistics, Wireless RF, Internet of Things

Swarm Takes LoRa® Sky-High

Posted by IEEE Spectrum on 08 April 2021

There are plenty of reasons to deploy an Internet of Things (IoT) network in a rural area. But connecting dozens or hundreds of sensors to a network can also be a nightmare. Wind turbines or oil wells benefit from sensors measuring their respective environments and performance, but their operators should count themselves lucky if such energy harvesting facilities happen to be in range of robust cellular networks so they can stay connected to the Internet. The same is true of cargo containers crossing an ocean on a ship; they could be easily tracked with individual identifying devices, but at sea, they need satellites to transmit and receive signals at all.

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Tags: LoRa, Wireless RF, Internet of Things, Space

Bouygues Construction Matériel Connects Over 20,000 Pieces of Equipment With LoRaWAN®

Posted by Marc Pégulu on 30 March 2021

Bouygues Construction Matériel, a subsidiary of one of the biggest global construction groups, Bouygues Construction, is implementing an innovative asset tracking solution for smart construction. The solution, offered by Omniscient, is connecting 20,000 pieces of equipment for remote real-time management and optimization, using a LoRaWAN® network from Bouygues Telecom, the expertise of Objenious and intelligent sensors from Abeeway, a subsidiary of Actility, a global provider of Internet of Things (IoT) connectivity.

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Tags: LoRa, Smart Supply Chain Logistics, Wireless RF, Internet of Things

5G 和 LoRaWAN® 的未来:是敌是友?

Posted by Remi Lorrain on 09 February 2021

物联网 (IoT) 在整个垂直行业受到欢迎,连接设备的数量不断增长,但连接技术的格局仍错综复杂。任何一种物联网网络都做不到全面覆盖并满足所有垂直物联网用例的要求。

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Tags: LoRa, LoRa Developers, Wireless RF, Internet of Things

LoRa Core™ 创造更智慧的星球

Posted by Tuofu Lu on 25 January 2021

在短短六年的时间里,Semtech 的 LoRa Core™ 产品组合带动了全球经济和环境的变化。这项创新技术为创新提供了新的机会 – 助力企业和公民,使世界变得更美好。

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Tags: LoRa, LoRa Developers, Wireless RF, Internet of Things

How to Mitigate the Spread of COVID-19 Within a Facility

Ron Rieger 发表于 2021 年 1 月 11 日

预计在 2021 年,大多数国家/地区都会放松或解除因当前新冠疫情实施的封锁,许多企业的员工将返回工作岗位。这就要求公司改善设施的卫生状况并实施保护措施,以免员工感染病毒。许多企业,尤其是员工近距离协作的工厂、配送中心和物流仓库,也将不得不重新审视标准作业程序。

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LoRa® 智能家居营造无比温馨的家园

Posted by Byron BeMiller on 16 November 2020

Smart home automation makes it possible to proactively heat your home from the road, automatically close your garage each evening and conserve energy, among many other modern conveniences. 

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Tags: LoRa, Smart Homes & Buildings, Wireless RF, Internet of Things, Smart Homes

LoRaWAN® 协议支持水表标准化

Posted by Rémi Demerlé on 03 November 2020

The European Committee for Standardization (CEN) has officially created a new working group under its Technical Committee TC294 to specify a new adaptation layer for M-Bus protocol used mainly in smart water meters, smart gas meters and smart heat meters. This new working group, called CEN TC294 WG7, is led by expert from Birdz, a subsidiary of Nova Veolia, a successful leader in the European smart metering ecosystem, and member of the LoRa Alliance®. In 2019, Semtech hosted a webinar with Birdz to highlight its proven use cases for transforming municipal water distribution networks leveraging the LoRaWAN® protocol for greater efficiency and cost savings.

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Tags: LoRa, Smart Utilities, Wireless RF, Internet of Things, Smart Water Metering, ESG

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