LoRa®-based devices are brought to life by network and application servers configured for the LoRaWAN™ protocol. Many software tools are ready for devices to be connected, monitored and managed. Highlights of deployed software solution providers are featured below. Find even more in the LoRa Community Catalog.
Actility is the industry leader in LPWA (Low Power Wide Area) large-scale infrastructure and the innovator behind the ThingPark IoT Solution platform. Actility is a founding member of the LoRa Alliance.
Founded in 2004, Kerlink is a fast-growing, global and publicly traded provider of IoT infrastructure, software and services serving telecom operators, public authorities and businesses of all sizes to design, launch and operate IoT networks. A co-founder and board member of the LoRa Alliance, Kerlink specialises in end-to-end IoT network solutions for LoRaWAN cost-effective, energy-efficient and long-distance connectivity. The company designed the world’s first commercially available product range of outdoor carrier-grade for IoT dedicated networks.
LORIOT is a Swiss start-up in the field of Internet of Things. Its core product today is software for secure, scalable, distributed, resilient operation of LoRaWAN networks and end-to-end applications.
myDevices, the IoT solutions company, empowers engineers and enterprises to quickly design, prototype, and commercialize IoT solutions. myDevices is the creator of Cayenne – the industry’s de facto IoT Solution Builder; IoT Ready Program™– trusted catalog of drag and drop IoT devices; and IoT in a Box™– finished IoT solutions for a variety of vertical markets. The company’s mission is to simplify the connected world by providing development tools that enable the creation of device and connectivity agnostic IoT Solutions for smart buildings, smart agriculture, asset tracking and other IoT verticals.
Founding member of the LoRa Alliance, Sagemcom proposes an integrated end-to-end offer tailored for the Industrial IoT, based on the open standard LoRaWAN. This offer covers the radio RF modules used to make the things connected, up to the entire infrastructure network allowing both the reception of data transmitted by the sensors (objects) (uplink direction), and control of these things by issuing commands from the network (downlink direction): base stations (BS), which can be supplemented by femto LoRa, core network, or also software solutions for redistributing data to service operators. With this complete offer, Sagemcom targets mainly the use cases, scenario requiring connected things with battery life of several years (between 10 and 20 years), punctually transmitting small amounts of data and to be connected at great distance, or within-deep indoor environment.