Make The Most Of The Digitization Potential Smart Solutions & Services For IoT
New Opportunities Through The Internet Of Things
Digitalization, machine-to-machine communication and networking in all areas of life have become normality – the Internet of Things has long been part of the everyday life.
Successful Smart City and Industry 4.0 concepts are based on an intelligent linking of the requirements and needs using the wide variety of technologies, solutions and equipment units available. This results in an enormous potential of possibilities of how tasks can be fulfilled efficiently and by using the most different information. In this conjunction, the LoRaWAN™ technology can provide a significant contribution.
The combination of features, narrow-band transmission with only a few bytes of user data, a robust energy-saving modulation mode with a sensitivity which permits even a reception below the natural noise, together represent today the technical breakthrough regarding the requirements of the IoT world of tomorrow.
LoRaWAN™ The Efficient Radio Technology For The IoT
Billions of things interconnected via sensors and actuators are communicating with each other in the Internet of Things. Conventional radio technologies cannot support and handle these communication requirements comprehensively. Low Power Wide Area Networks (LPWAN) offer the optimum solution to meet this challenge. They permit the autonomous devices to interconnect and exchange information at low energy consumption. The LoRaWAN™ radio technology is based on the open Industry Standard LoRaWAN™ and has been specified by the non-profit LoRa Alliance™ organization. This technology operates reliably and securely at low costs and is appropriate for a variety of applications thanks to its wide coverage range.
IoT Communication Network For Germany
To connect intelligent sensors and terminal devices to the Internet of Things, telent has founded the Netzikon GmbH. This 100% subsidiary sets up and operates an IoT radio network in Germany based on LoRaWAN™ technology. The first large urban centers have already been covered. For further information, please see Netzikon