Smart Industrial Control
Industrial operations can benefit from the deployment of IoT-connected sensors for various always-on monitoring functions. Due to the long range, low power, and long battery life of LoRa®-based devices, sensors in manufacturing plants or mobile industries can relay critical data to a LoRaWAN® network where it can be analyzed and businesses operations can be optimized.
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See how LoRa Technology has enabled business efficiencies in these real-world smart industrial deployments.
SIPOAL leverages LoRa devices and the LoRaWAN standard in smart single-point lubricator and self-powered electromechanical controller which delivers the precise volume of lubricant to the lubrication point of machinery automatically at frequent intervals of time programmed by the user.
Cisco's Industrial Asset Vision solution leverages the open LoRaWAN protocol to enhance visibility into physical spaces for IT and Operational Technology (OT) environments, and provides new applications of IoT connectivity for new smart industrial control operations.
AIUT's new line of LoRa-based sensors for measuring the volume of liquefied petroleum gas in tanks enable the remote and automatic monitoring of gas consumption, improving the process of supply and reserve management for distributors to reduce operating costs.
MachineMax has integrated LoRa Technology into its fleet machines to monitor and prevent idling, reducing the amount of fuel used and prolonging machine life.
Transco Industries Inc. leverages LoRa Technology in conveyor belt sensors to detect danger, prevent belt failure and reduce maintenance costs.
EasyReach’s LoRa-based applications for smart industry include sensors for steam traps, concrete mixers, forklifts, diesel tankers, back hoes, water meters, and trucks.
In the News
Articles and press coverage of LoRa-based industrial solutions are featured below.
Semtech’s LoRa Edge LR1120 Packs Sub-GHz, Wi-Fi, and Satellite Connectivity Into a Tiny Tracker ChipOffering cloud-powered geolocation from GNSS or Wi-Fi, this triple-band QFN32 chip offers a range of features for low-power asset tracking. Read more
Learn more about specific applications of LoRa Technology in smart industrial control.