LoRaWAN® technology has already become the de-facto wireless protocol for smart buildings by providing low power, long-range connectivity within large-scale commercial implementations. LoRaWAN® allows building managers, owners, residents, and service providers to view building functions remotely and ensure all the things within the building speak to one another.
LoRaWAN® is based on an open standard that not only simplifies global deployment but gives builders piece of mind by ensuring interoperability with existing infrastructure and applications. It’s the same for IoT providers and telecom operators servicing properties – an interconnected ecosystem can work for a brand-new building or an older structure under renovation. In addition, the type of network is flexible. Depending on the needs, a property can be connected via private or public networks, network-as-a-service, or a hybrid version.
If all that were not enough to interest a building owner, facility manager, designer, insurance provider, utility provider, appliance manufacturers, and tenant to LoRaWAN®, then just imagine the new opportunities created by such an array of rich real-time data, such as new solutions or advice marketed to modify certain behaviors to reduce utility bills or space needs. On the other hand, they can provide investment advice and industry insights to service providers or the city. LoRaWAN® is a game-changing opportunity for the commercial real estate sector.
Source: LoRaWAN® Vertical Markets
- WLRGFM-100 Indoor Femto Gateway
- TBMH100 Mini Hub
- TBDW100 Door & Window Sensor
- TBHH100 Temperature & Humidity Sensor
- TBHV110 Healthy Home Sensor (IAQ)
- TBMS100 Motion PIR Sensor
- TBAM100 Ambient Light Sensor
- TBSL100 Sound Level Sensor
- TBWL100 Water Leak Sensor
- TBTP100 Temperature Probe Sensor
- TBIR100 IR blaster
- TBUV100 UV Light Sensor
- TBBP100 Beeper sensor
- TBGE100 Grid-Eye Sensor