When it comes to low-power wide-area network (LPWAN) technologies, LoRaWAN networks are ideal for scaled enterprise IoT deployments due to their long-range connectivity, battery life preservation capabilities, simple implementation, and flexibility.
As part of MachineQ’s ongoing commitment to service existing and new customers with our robust, secure IoT platform, we recently conducted an extensive study to evaluate the ability of our enterprise network to handle high amounts of sensor data traffic in a dense urban-deployment environment.
Learn the differences between the two most popular network types – Cellular and Low Power Wide Area Network (LPWAN).
Radio Bridge tested the signal range of their sensors around the Denver area to see how they performed on MachineQ’s LoRa network platform. The results were pretty awesome. See for yourself.
In the IoT era, choosing the right technology to wirelessly transmit data is paramount. Why choose LoRaWAN? Low cost. Low power. Long range. Deep coverage. Why would you not?
Get started with Comcast’s IoT network today: MachineQ offers a variety of resources to assist in migrating your sensor design to LoRaWAN.
How can we restore our planet’s forests while supporting ecosystems, and the communities that surround them, in challenging environments? With a little help from MachineQ, Sensoterra and its parent organization, Land Life Company, are trying to solve that problem through the development of low-cost, IoT-driven irrigation methods.
Radio Bridge relies on MachineQ’s agility and resiliency, allowing them to open new avenues of business and expand their market reach.
Some LoRa devices are designed to last over a decade. And while a connection loss is uncommon, it’s important to understand why this could happen and what you can do to fix it.