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Why The IoT Will Save Our Natural Resources

Since the 18th century, industrialization and overconsumption have contributed to the rapid depletion of nature's raw materials. Smart connectivity carves a path for us to be more efficient in our use of these materials, effectively reducing the rate at which we are consuming and wasting natural resources. Read more
Electronic Design

Smart-Building Management the LoRa Way

Technology editor Bill Wong talked to Pedro Pachuca, Director of IoT for Semtech’s Wireless and Sensing Products Group, about the benefit of IoT solutions for buildings management. Read more
IoT Innovator

Semtech Strengthens its RClamp Platform with a TVS Array for Protecting Industrial and Telecommunications Electronics

Semtech Corp. announced this week latest addition to its RClamp platform. The four-line, 5V RClamp0504FB offers robust electrostatic discharge (ESD) protection and superior surge immunity in an industry standard six lead SC-70 package. This transient voltage suppression (TVS) array offers extensive interface protection versatility with its differentiated performance and small form factor enabling use in data ports for industrial, Internet of Things (IoT) and telecommunication applications. Read more
Circuit Digest

Low Capacitance 5V TVS Diode from Semtech for ESD & EOS Protection in Sensitive IoT Devices

Semtech Corporation has announced the four-line, 5V RClamp0504FB TVS Diode as the latest addition to their Rclamp platform, they offer robust electrostatic discharge (ESD) protection, and superior surge immunity. The devices use, versatile Transient Voltage Suppression (TVS) array for extensive interface protection, their differentiated performance, and small form factor allows them suitable to be used in data ports for the industrial Internet of Things (IoT) and telecommunication applications. Read more

How Hattie B’s Continues to Bring Hot Chicken to the Masses with Technology

ComplianceMate proactively tracks temperatures in refrigerators and freezers, eliminates human error in manually checking temps and other food safety procedures, and takes 50% less computer time than manual procedures. Read more
Enterprise IoT Insights

Semtech’s LoRa devices detect abnormal energy use in cities

Semtech Corporation announced that NetOP, a developer and manufacturer of LPWAN-based IoT applications, has developed a new smart energy consumption monitoring solution based on Semtech’s LoRa devices and the LoRaWAN protocol. Read more
SmartCitiesWorld

Octopus solution helps cities identify abnormal energy use

Using Octopus, cities can effectively detect swings in energy usage and respond to, prevent or address malfunctions, illegal activity or other hazards to the energy grid. Read more
IoT Innovator

New Semtech LoRa Devices Detect Abnormal Energy Use in Connected Cities, While Creating Safer, More Efficient Smart City Grids

Semtech announced on Wednesday that NetOP, a developer and manufacturer of low power, wide area network (LPWAN)-based Internet of Things (IoT) applications, has developed a new smart energy consumption monitoring solution based on Semtech’s LoRa devices and the LoRaWAN protocol. Read more
IMC IoT M2M Council

Blog: LoRa Devices: Bringing Flexible IoT Solutions for Smarter Homes and Buildings

Byron BeMiller - Solutions leveraging Semtech's LoRa® devices and the LoRaWAN® open protocol are a leading choice for low-power wide-area networking (LPWAN)-based IoT solutions today, providing ultra-long range and low power capabilities for a comprehensive array of smart home and building applications. Read more
Enterprise IoT Insights

Government funds LoRaWAN network for farmers in Australian state of Victoria

The state government in Victoria, in south-eastern Australia, has agreed to fund rollout of LoRaWAN-based IoT networks for 600 farms and 5,000 square kilometres of farmland in the state. Read more

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