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Transforming Switzerland’s Postal Service With LoRaWAN®

Posted by Roelof Koopmans on 27 April 2021

Postal delivery companies face a highly competitive landscape as customer expectations have evolved. The demand for fast delivery times, low prices and exceptional service has driven rapid innovation: new solutions are needed in order to meet the needs of smart cities worldwide. Postal companies must also reach customers in rural areas, which are often much more difficult to serve due to inaccessibility and lack of infrastructure able to handle communication demands. Rural postal customers also tend to be older, which can present technological literacy issues.

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Tags: LoRa, Smart Supply Chain Logistics, Smart Cities, Wireless RF

采用 LoRa® 器件的物联网助力智慧城市

Posted by Marc Pégulu on 05 May 2020

Cities are getting smarter, making a significant difference in how we all live and work.

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Tags: LoRa, Smart Cities, Wireless RF, ESG

Helium 基于 LoRa® 网络的分散式方法

Posted by Marc Pégulu on 05 March 2020

网络覆盖是困扰无线行业的最大难题之一。物联网 (IoT) 也面临同样的困境。在过去的几年,Semtech 致力于借助其 LoRa® 器件和开放的 LoRaWAN® 协议创建一个充满活力的生态系统,推动对物联网应用的需求。有了未授权频谱内无需权限的全覆盖网络,创建和采用新型低功耗、广域应用的一些障碍不复存在。

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Tags: LoRa, News, Smart Cities, Wireless RF, ESG

在德国部署基于 LoRa® 的解决方案

Posted by Remi Lorrain on 18 December 2019

Wireless counter readout in the smart utility and housing industries is one of the most promising applications of all processes involving counter reading, data evaluation and billing, and offers high optimization potential. A new white paper produced in collaboration with Minol-ZENNER Group explores how the deployment of Semtech’s LoRa® devices and the LoRaWAN® protocol for smart homes, multi-dwelling units, buildings, and smart utilities must comply with current German laws and regulatory statuses.

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

圣诞老人能够受益于基于 LoRa® 的物联网吗?

Posted by Marc Pégulu on 16 December 2019

IHS Markit predicts up to 43 percent of all low power wide area networks (LPWANs) will be based on Semtech’s LoRa® devices and the LoRaWAN® protocol by 2023*. As of December 2019, more than half a million LoRa-enabled gateways have been deployed globally, supporting 135 million LoRa-based end nodes**. With the global adoption of Internet of Things (IoT) solutions and the growing market share of LoRa-enabled applications, it is becoming more and more difficult to identify a business segment that could not benefit from some level of connected devices. With new LoRa use cases being announced regularly, and growing numbers of worldwide LoRaWAN network deployments (public or private), it seems the only limit to these applications is the imagination of the developers and system integrators solving real world business challenges today.

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Tags: LoRa, Smart Homes & Buildings, Smart Agriculture, Smart Utilities, Smart Supply Chain Logistics, Smart Cities, Wireless RF, Internet of Things, Smart Buildings, Smart Homes, Smart Water Metering, Smart Electricity Metering, Smart Gas Metering, ESG

LoRa Brings Internet of Things to the Golf Course

Posted by Semtech Corporate Marketing on 12 December 2018
Calgary Recreation is working with Information Technology (IT) at The City of Calgary to test the Internet of Things (IoT) sensors and custom software on its network based on the LoRaWAN ® protocol to determine if an in-house, low-cost solutions exists to effectively track pace of play at the Shaganappi Point Golf Course with Semtech’s LoRa® devices and wireless radio frequency technology (LoRa Technology). Understanding the pace of play on a golf course will help staff to tackle pace of play issues in order to elevate customer experience.
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Tags: LoRa, Smart Cities, Wireless RF, Internet of Things

LoRa Brings Smart Agriculture Indoors in Calgary

Posted by Semtech Corporate Marketing on 11 December 2018
The Devonian Gardens is a three-acre horticultural refuge on the top floor of The CORE Shopping Centre in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. One of the largest indoor gardens of its kind, it boasts more than 10,000 ground cover plants, 250 trees, a 900-square-foot living wall, koi ponds, and a children’s play area. This impressive botanical oasis, perched above 116 retail stores, is maintained by The City of Calgary Parks. Since 1977, Devonian Gardens, with its imported exotic plants and tropical trees, has served as an alluring retreat for Calgarians and tourists – especially during the long winter season.
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Tags: LoRa, Smart Cities, Wireless RF, Internet of Things, ESG

Real-time Noise Monitoring for Smart Cities

Posted by Semtech Corporate Marketing on 10 December 2018
Noise pollution is a persistent problem for residents in an urban environment. Recent studies have estimated that nine in ten people in major cities are exposed daily to noise levels exceeding international guidelines. The negative health effects of excess noise include disturbed sleep, hearing loss, cognitive disorders, and high blood pressure. Municipal noise ordinances aim to reduce noise pollution, but assessments of noise and monitoring are performed infrequently and are primarily complaint-driven. The City of Calgary set out to build a network of low-cost acoustic sensors to enable continuous monitoring of noise in its urban environment. The Internet of Things (IoT) platform identified for the project: Semtech’s LoRa® devices and wireless radio frequency technology (LoRa Technology).
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Tags: LoRa, Smart Cities, Wireless RF, Internet of Things, ESG

TEKTELIC Communications and City of Calgary Enable Smart City Solutions

Posted by TEKTELIC Communications on 05 December 2018
In this guest blog, TEKTELIC Communications presents its role in The City of Calgary’s smart city based on LoRa Technology. Learn more about the Smart City of Calgary and stay tuned to Semtech’s blog throughout December for more stories about #SmartCalgary.
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Tags: LoRa, Smart Cities, Wireless RF, Internet of Things, ESG

Discovering LoRa Through Academics: Q&A With University of Calgary

Posted by Semtech Corporate Marketing on 04 December 2018
The City of Calgary is leading the smart city revolution as one of the first cities in North America to build a municipality-owned, carrier-grade network based on the LoRaWAN ® protocol. This innovation is possible through the collaboration of business and community partners, such as the University of Calgary (U of C). Facilitated by the Urban Alliance, a research partnership between the City of Calgary and University of Calgary, the Computer Science Department at U of C played a key role in driving smart city innovation with Semtech’s LoRa® devices and wireless radio frequency technology (LoRa Technology). Learn more about this valuable community partnership in the Q&A below with U of C Professor Majid Ghaderi, PhD, and graduate students Edward Rochester and Asid Muhammad Yousuf.
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Tags: LoRa, Smart Cities, Wireless RF, Internet of Things, ESG

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