AWS and Actility have the best way to start an IoT project

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AWS and Actility have the best way to start an IoT project

AUGUST 7, 2020 | written by actility

Thinking about deploying an IoT use case? Don’t start from scratch, AWS just announced the availability of 29 IoT solutions from AWS and its partner network (APN) to address common use cases in automotive, healthcare, manufacturing, and connected home. Two of these solutions use LoRaWAN® expertise from  Actility, offering our Actility ThingPark Enterprise Solution and ThingPark Location Low-Power Asset Tracking Solution.

All aspects of an enterprise can be data-driven, meaning that they can store huge amounts of insights which can work to improve customer experience, increase workers efficiency and leverage innovation, accelerating time to value. AWS has a broad and deep IoT knowledge, which allows to build an enormously varied end-to-end devices portfolio, designed for virtually any purpose and which now includes Actility’s solutions. 

Read our PR: “Your dedicated IoT network just one click away: LoRaWAN® now available in AWS Marketplace with AWS IoT Core, from a market leader.

So… how can I apply this to my own company ?

By getting an end-to-end solution you are allowing yourself to address common IoT use cases in manufacturing, tracking, healthcare, or any other industry by using LoRaWAN connectivity.

Actility has become one of the main AWS IoT partners by joining the AWS IoT Solution Repository, and by offering Actility’s ThingPark Location Low-Power Asset Tracking Solution . This solution provides AWS’s Catalog with a complete low-power geolocation solution for the Internet of Things that surpasses simple GPS by offering a switchable location technology which enables outdoor and indoor asset tracking, working through low-power consumption trackers connected to LoRaWAN, with a modular location engine powered by Abeeway.

Moreover, Actility ThingPark Enterprise Solution – A LoRaWAN private networking solution efficiently connects an organization’s most valuable assets. It provides a scalable multi-gateway LoRaWAN connectivity infrastructure as well as dashboards for key operational insight and alarm management.

This large range of products can be found in the AWS Partner Device Catalog , where you can search and filter solutions by industry, solution type, use cases and AWS services, to help you quickly find the right solution for you. Our ThingPark Location Low-Power Asset Tracking Solution and many more can also be found in AWS IoT Solution Repository or can be bought directly from the AWS Marketplace. 

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Covid-19: how the Internet of Things can save People

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Covid-19: how the IoT can save people. Solutions from WMW, Abeeway and Actility

Press Release, Hasselt / Paris, 07.04.2020 

WMW, a Belgian “framework” for IoT, Abeewaya location intelligence solution provider for IoT, and Actility, the leading provider of Low-Power WAN networking solutions, are launching several solutions to tackle the Covid-19 pandemic at different stages, using various geolocation technologies and low-power IoT networks.  

The three companies have integrated their solutions: WMW is an adaptive registration dashboard with micro-modules, allowing to visualize data from IoT devices and get valuable insights. The WMW solutions takes inputs from Abeeway devices processed by ThingPark Location Enginethe fused location provider platform of Actility.  

There are 3 solutions that are offered: 

1) Private Proximity Registration. Companies that want to return to work demand solutions to protect their employees. This kit provides a private network and personal trackers to maintain a dynamic virtual geofence around an employee at site level. Since we will have to be careful for several more months to come and our employees are our most important assets, this solution helps to prevent and warn against proximity. 

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2) MySpace Monitoring. Elderly people, that we would want to follow up a little closer, can be in closer contact with their caregivers or family. Panic buttons, sensors that monitor movement, energy, and even doors, can be used in hospitals and rest homes, but also for people who still live at home. This allows direct, but also indirect, anomalies to be reported and timely action can be taken. 

3) Quarantine Monitoring. People who should live in (self) quarantine do not always follow the rules and sometimes dare to go outside their zone, posing a high risk of spreading the virus. This solution registers the breach and informs about it.

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Deploying technology against Covid spreading 

The world of IoT is usually aimed at the visualization and big data of the things that our society uses to help an organisation or industry to operate. Examples cover a very wide range such as Smart Waste, Smart Parking, and even Building Management. WMW is not just an IoT Platform, but more specifically a technology (framework) to build platforms. Thus, WMW have taken a step back to create greater flexibility and to allow them to build tailored applications fully focused on the “use case”. This flexibility is extended very far. For example, the WMW platform is device-agnostic, network-agnostic, database-agnostic, and is being used worldwide through partners. 

Over the past few weeks, we’ve focused primarily on applications, derivatives of the 97 apps we’ve already built, that can handle various impacts and observations around Covid-19. Our resellers worldwide are close to their governments and this allows us to draw global conclusions that are not valid only in Belgium. Of course, it helps that we know a lot of device makers and that we can help inspire their strategy. After all, we report the questions from the market back to them,” according to Bert Vanaken, CEO of WMW. 

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Abeeway offers a complete low-power indoor&outdoor fused geolocation solution for the Internet of Things that surpasses simple GPS. Through location intelligence, we enable efficient management of your mobile and fixed assets, protecting people and monitoring animals. We give organizations, industries, logistics companies, and the entire supply chain transparency and more effective processes.  

Abeeway decided to contribute its extensive expertise in the field of low-power geolocation in order to help people, companies and hospitals in the fight against COVID-19. With the Abeeway tracking system, including miniature trackers and badge trackers, you can set automated alarms and geofence boundary alerts to register breaches, help people to remain  alert and allow proximity back-tracing, according to Olivier HersentActility & Abeeway’s CEO.

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Worldwide availability 

These innovative solutions can be deployed everywhere on available LoRaWAN public networks or also using dedicated private networks.  

Actility  ThingPark Enterprise platform provides SaaS as well as on-site private IoT LoRaWAN network managementThingPark is the market leading LPWAN platform, deployed by over 50 service providers worldwide, and adapted to the needs of Enterprise use cases. It focuses on security, simplicity and rapid deployment on campuses of any scale, providing seamless connectivity without dead zones to for people safety or any other IoT use case.

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About Abeeway, an Actility Group company  

Abeeway is the market leader in low-power indoor & outdoor fused geolocation and a provider of disruptive IoT tracking solutions worldwide. Abeeway offers the most energy-efficient, reliable and flexible geolocation solutions using unique tracking devices and a smart Multi-technology location system optimized for long-range and low-power-consumption leveraging LoRaWAN™ connectivity.  

Abeeway is a member of LoRa Alliance™ and is an Actility group company. 

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Actility is a world leader in Low-Power Wide-Area Networks (LPWAN) industrial-grade connectivity solutions for the Internet of Things. Actility provides its ThingPark platform and network technology to deploy, operate and maintain public and private wireless IoT networks within a unified, scalable and versatile network infrastructure. The vast majority of nationwide LoRaWAN® network service providers (over 50) and hundreds of companies trust ThingPark™ all over the world. Through its subsidiary AbeewayActility also provides patented ultra-low power tracking solutions. ThingPark Market offers the largest selection of interoperable IoT gateways, devices and applications to simplify and accelerate deployment of use cases.   

Website: www.actility.com

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About WMW  

WMW is a product of ClearDigital NV, a Belgian player in the IoT spaceWMW is not an IoT platform, but a technology to build platformsThe library approach is unique in its kind and allows the development of applications, with maximum flexibility and tailoring towards customised use cases, in extremely short time. It has produced over 100 applications already and is being sold worldwide by resellers and partners in the Telco world (such as Orange, NNNco, LRTC, …), and in the System Integrator world (such as SCSK – subsidiary of Sumitomo Corp ,Capita, …) . 

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Sharing economy meets home networks

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Sharing economy meets home networks

AUGUST 14, 2019 | written by OLIVIER HERSENT, CEO & CTO ACTILITY

The recent Amazon Sidewalk announcement has implications far beyond a new sexy feature on a smart speaker, it represents a fundamental paradigm evolution of home networks and a key enabler for smart-communities. Interestingly, it is likely to impact not just the richest economies: in fact the paradigm change is even more fundamental for countries with low per-capita income implying low budgets for any kind of smart-home/community initiative.

So… what is this ? Some of us will remember the initiative of FON, back in 2006, which attempted to turn the WiFi technology into a pervasive collaborative network. Martín Varsavsky thought that using the millions of home WiFi access points just for home networks was an incredible waste of resources. A perfect city network was at hand at virtually no incremental cost : just share ! Unfortunately WiFi collaborative networks didn’t take off to the anticipated scale : the WiFi technology wasn’t really designed for sharing, and the limited range, about 20 to 40m in urban areas, required mass adoption to cover full cities.

But recent LPWAN technologies, such as LoRaWAN, do not have these issues. They are designed for long range : experiments have shown that an average radius of 400 to 500m for an indoor picocell is realistic in big cities. They are designed for sharing : unlike traditional mesh networks or WiFi, all LoRaWAN antennas collaborate and form a seamless network. If 10 antennas are in range of a sensor, all 10 antennas will be used to decode each frame from the sensor, dramatically improving Quality of Service, and reducing Packet Error Rate. Even better, the collaboration technology is completely dynamic and will automatically “adopt” and leverage any new picocell, and even works across collaborative networks by leveraging a standardized peering protocol (LoRa Alliance Back-End interface 1.x).

The end result is that full coverage of a city may be obtained by deploying a surprisingly low number of picocells. Many companies can deploy such picocells at a ridiculously low incremental cost : internet providers (though new LPWAN add-on board to triple play modems) and smart speaker companies are the most obvious ones. Telcos and cable operators will probably not like to see big portals building a strategic over-the-top community network on top of their fixed broadband infrastructure without reaction, so you can expect smart speakers to shoot the new collaborative LPWAN feature first, followed by Telcos and cable operators.

In rich economies, you will soon be able to track your pets, connect alarm systems, get a better parcel delivery tracking system, so this is good news. For the emerging economies, this is a game changer.

Take the example of Ho-Chi-Min city, 2090km2.

With a traditional smart home model, say with a Zigbee transceiver in each home, costs are linear, so there are no economies of scale, and it is hard to provide the feature for less than about 5-10USD per home. Also the use cases remain scoped to home only, limiting revenue opportunities.

 

By contrast, assuming an easy macrocell LoRaWAN network on few high points already covers 1/3rd of the area, the rest of city coverage can be achieved with about 1000 picocells. Statistically, only the first 1000 homes need incremental investment. The marginal cost of the smart community goes asymptotically to… zero. And many use cases are now made possible : connected smoke detectors, bus, bike and scooter tracking, gas and water metering, gas bottle refill optimization… all things that are really useful for the city and community development.

Of course, this needs a mental switch to accept some randomness in the network operation and deployment, not knowing upfront exactly which numbers of picocells will be used, etc… but relying on randomness does not mean giving up QoS. LoRaWAN picocell networks have a very high degree of macrodiversity, i.e. many antennas receive the signal in parallel. If one disappears, there is no impact on service. In fact such redundancy means much more reliable networks, which is somewhat counter intuitive. These picocell networks also use relatively high datarates at very low power : this means short transmit times and ultra-low, unbeatable battery costs (50 to 100x below cellular networks). This opens the door for many use cases that require both low device and low connectivity costs.

I find it somewhat ironic that the aggressive search of economic optimum in our capitalist economies finally concludes that… sharing is our best option 🙂

More details and hindsight in this webinar recording.

Credits : Nicolas Jordan, Actility for the comparative TCO model, individual or LPWAn collaborative

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The Top Five Best-Selling LoRaWAN Sensors to Sharpen Your Industry’s ‘Senses’

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The Top Five Best-Selling LoRaWAN Sensors to Sharpen Your Industry’s ‘Senses’

AUGUST 14, 2019 | written by ALAYKKA FOWLER

Integrating IoT (Internet of Things), especially through using sensors, in business operations has increased drastically over the past years.

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In fact, statistics say that by this year, there is an expectation that 92% of industrial organizations will implement some form of IoT in their business. Specifically, at present, 68% of business heads utilize IoT for maintenance and monitoring, while 54% use it for remote processes and operations.

Speaking of sensors, there are currently a lot out there that serve various needs in the industrial sense. From temperature monitoring to water leakage detection, they can help boost operational efficiency and enable informed decisions for the betterment of organizations. However, not all sensors are created equal. This is why we created a list of the top five best-selling LoRaWAN-connected sensors from the ThingPark Marketplace.

Read on to discover these connected devices and what makes them stand out.

Leaks and water damage are the last things that you probably want to deal with in your industrial infrastructure. Initially, little spots on different surfaces may be negligible but as time passes, this can cause damage, especially to equipment. Moreover, server rooms and data centers are of no exception when it comes to possible water damage. This is because they highly utilize water in their cooling systems and once a problem arises, it could cause flooding.

For these reasons, it is ultimately essential to utilize sensors that will alert you at the first sign of water leakage. And the Senlab DTM Outdoor Water Detection Sensor does this well.

Its water cable detection enables the discovery of water presence on the floor. Additionally, this smart wireless module runs on the LoRaWAN connectivity protocol and sends out a notification once it detects water leakages. What makes it truly competitive are its best-in-class features which include long battery life (20 years), rich data content (through datalogging), radio performances, and its advanced set of functionalities. Finally, it covers a wide area of up to 15km, perfect for even outdoor use, and is both local and public network compliant.

Imagine a time when you can easily find lost keys or track your lost pets. How about quickly knowing where your injured workers are in case of emergency? Well, let this escape from your thoughts because the Abeeway Micro Tracker can make this happen for you. Despite its miniscule size, this tracker has widely flexible functionalities both fit for either personal or business use. 

Running on not just one, but multiple modes of connectivity, the Abeeway Micro Tracker is perfect for both indoor and outdoor use, even in deep enclosure or extreme weather conditions. It combines LoRa, GPS, low power GPS, WiFi sniffing and BLE to ensure continuous connectivity at optimized energy usage for a multitude of use cases. Additionally, this ability to adjust connectivity modes according to use case strikes a balance between battery usage and device performance optimization. All these powerful features are combined with a highly durable casing, exhibiting an IP64 waterproof characteristic and the ability to withstand changing temperature and humidity levels.

Best of all, this connected device is light-weight and pocket-friendly giving you the peace of mind you need whatever and wherever your valuables, loved ones, or workers (in the case of industrial usage for emergencies) are. 

If there’s anything more important for a business or any other establishment aside from profits, it’s customer satisfaction. These days, there are countless ways to determine this, including surveys and reviews. However, the challenge that any organization faces when it comes to gathering feedback is motivating end-users to accomplish the forms or rating tools that they send out. Let’s face it – people’s patience is so short these days that they would not probably be willing to answer even just a three-item questionnaire. 

Smilio solves this by offering a solution that takes essential feedback in real-time at a simple push of a button. All target users have to do is choose from multiple buttons their rating of a particular service or the type of feedback they want to give for a certain kind of equipment or service. 

Businesses can obtain this information through wireless LoRa connectivity, which eliminates the need for WiFi or 3G. Data is then transmitted to a third-party application providing the management access to customer satisfaction levels or equipment/facility status. In addition to this, this waterproof (IP64) device has “Proof of Presence” technology, which is an integrated sensor for timestamping staff interventions. To top this off, the Smilio Action Multi-Services Connected Buttons is completely customizable (appearance-wise) and comes with treatments against bacteria, UV, and scratches. 

There is no denying that healthy crops are vital for a farm’s success. This is why it is highly essential for farmers and owners to have a 360-degree view and monitoring of their farms health. With properly timed and applied irrigation, farmers can keep crop distress at bay. In order to do this, thershould be adequate and efficient soil moisture and temperature monitoring for plantations. 

A great way to ensure sufficient soil monitoring is through using a connected device that communicates environmental data to the end user – and the Skysens SkyAGR1 is one of the best sensors that can do this. Powered by LoRaWAN connectivity, it is ideal for large-scale agricultural use as its battery lasts up to 10 years and can measure soil temperature of up to 90cm in depth which is where most plant roots are at. 

More than this, what’s really great about this soil moisture and temperature sensor is that farmers can either choose between a percentage or moisture level reading. Skysens recommends the latter because this tool has 5 levels of measurement, i.e. Dry+, Dry, Normal, Wet, and Wet+, whose output is a percentage display with 5%-10% accuracy. Use this waterproof device for both indoor and outdoor spaces, like agricultural fields, greenhouses, or home gardens. Most of all, it works in multiple regions across the world! 

In the business of perishable goods, especially those that are sensitive towards fluctuating temperatures, the great challenge lies in monitoring. It is tricky to properly maintain temperature levels, however, doing so preserves the optimal quality of goods, especially in transport. Improper temperature monitoring and maintenance can lead to good spoilage or damages which can then impact the profitability and efficiency of cold chain-engaged businesses. 

To avoid this, it is vital to have the right temperature sensor in place and the JRI LoRa SPY T2 Freezer Temperature Sensor is exactly that. This wireless LoRaWAN-connected sensor is part of JRI’s MySIRIUS monitoring solution that enables effective cold chain monitoring and maintenance through high precision data loggers.

This connected device sends gathered data to the JRI Cloud. In case of surpassing set thresholds, it notifies businesses in real-time through e-mail, SMS, or voice messages. Meanwhile, this handy device can be easily mounted outside cooling equipment such as climatic and thermostatic chambers and freezers. Once it is set up, end-users can then conveniently view information on the sensor’s large LCD screen. 

Making well-informed choices with the best LoRaWAN-connected sensors

Sensors can take your industry to a whole new level by equipping you with added vision to variables that can incredibly impact your operations.

In fact, these are important components when you want your organization to undergo optimal digital transformation. For this reason, it is only fitting to choose which sensors would be the best to use based on the nature of your field and your requirements.

Aside from this, the kind of connectivity the devices use plays a vital role in helping you achieve the functionalities that you need. In the case of large-scale organizations and industries, LoRaWAN is ideal. Its long-range, low-power nature enables sensors to gather information effectively minus the overly costly investment and regular maintenance.

Sharpen your organization’s senses by using quality sensors with the right connectivity. Through this, you can better make data-driven decisions and optimize your operations leading to lower costs and higher profitability. Indeed, the more informed you are, the more ideal actions you can make.

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Cattle Tracking Challenge Accepted: Connecting New Mexico Cows and Desert Ranches with Abeeway

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Cattle Tracking Challenge Accepted: Connecting New Mexico Cows and Desert Ranches with Abeeway

July 23, 2019 | written by ALAYKKA FOWLER

Globally, there is a widening gap between the supply and demand for livestock products as consumption increases (particularly in developing regions) while productivity levels are dwindling. In order to address this disparity, ranchers all over the world have chosen to integrate cattle tracking and management systems into their operations.

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These do not only guide them in ensuring that they are able to tackle the growing global demand but also guarantee livestock productivity and security as herd sizes increase. IoT is one of the main players in enhancing ranch efficiency and productivity through reducing manual work and providing devices and platforms for better farm management.

In New Mexico, the dairy and beef industry make up the highest food-related cash receipts. But livestock businesses can face a lot of risks especially when it comes to tracking the overall state of cattle. For this reason, ranch owners recognize the need to implement effective monitoring of their herd and protect them from unanticipated events, such as theft, sickness, and malnutrition.

The explosion of innovation across tech industries presents endless opportunities for sectors, like the cattle industry, to address their problems.  One solution that people in this field turn to is using connected devices. In this article, we’ll take a closer look at how New Mexico State University (NMSU) and USDA ARS Jornada Experimental Range (USDA ARS JER) are helping ranchers solve and prevent problems in cattle tracking using Abeeway’s IoT tracking devices  and Actility’s LoRaWAN connectivity.

‘The struggle is real’

Ensuring close cattle tracking is a challenge for most ranchers as a sizeable amount of cows roam in vast areas, especially when the feeding style is free range.

In Southwestern America, ranches house up to 7,000 cows and span for about 10,000 to 20,000 hectares. Some of them even cover up to 90,000 hectares of land. For this reason, it is quite difficult to not only pinpoint the location of their cattle, but also knowing the state of their health and water supply.

The distance is so wide that sometimes cars cannot access them which is why ranchers resort to riding horses to check on the cattle. At the same time, they must spend a lot of time doing so because it can take them half a day searching for the herd in wide areas. Additionally, they need to regularly check the drinking water levels in the dedicated water tanks for the cows since a huge part of Southwestern ranches are deserts.

This prevents them from dehydration leading to health complications. Moreover, they also have to monitor rainfall levels in order to monitor grass growth in ranch areas.

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Initial Steps

With these challenges in mind, New Mexico State University and USDA ARS Jornada Experimental Range decided to create a Smart Ranch System to address the issues. Specifically, they are searching for a complete off-the-shelf solution especially built for ranchers, which includes LoRaWAN-based cattle tracking, water level sensors with automated water stations, temperature sensors, gateways and network management, a dashboard, and beta-test funding. On top of this, they intend to implement data analytics for them to analyze cattle behaviour and ranch space usage. They will also use the data they will gather for their research in understanding animal behaviour and the usage of ranch land.

Case in point, they want to provide ranchers the accessibility to a complete-packaged solution to manage their ranches and reap the benefits.

NMSU and USDA ARS JER primarily piloted a research and development project for cattle monitoring on a ranch that they own. They have been using classic GPS devices to monitor the herd for 15 years for research purposes. The problem that they faced was their inability to see the location of the animals in real-time caused by a lack of cellular range. Nevertheless, these trackers stored movement data which they manually checked after some time.

Since they were not satisfied with this solution, especially with the work-around that they had to do, they experimented with different devices and packages. They needed a tool that exhibited a battery life of at least 6 or 7 months, ideally a year, and offered excellent location precision at 1 to 5 meters. This system that they are trying to put in place now is not just for research but for ranch management purposes as well.

The LoRaWAN Cattle Tracking Solution

From what started as a research and development project for cattle tracking and monitoring, NMSU and USDA ARS JER decided to test the Abeeway Low Power Location Trial Package on a ranch that belongs to them. Just recently, they eventually received a government grant that will enable them to implement the system in commercial ranches in the next 5 years. Due to its long-range, wide area nature, LoRaWAN was the obvious connectivity choice for this project.

NMSU and USDA ARS JER determined Abeeway as the most suitable solution out of the devices and packages that they have tried because it did not just provide trackers and the capabilities that they were looking for. It also supplied the LoRaWAN coverage that they needed. 

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Also, because the coasts are where most LoRa public capabilities are in the US, there was a need for private network deployments in the mid-west ranches. Among all the solutions that they tried, Abeeway, coupled with Actility’s gateway and ThingPark platform, offered the most competitive price.

Using the Abeeway Geo-location Solution with Actility LoRaWAN connectivity delivered several benefits for New Mexico State University and USDA ARS Jornada Experimental Range.

First, they can now perform real-time cattle tracking, which means time saved from having to manually track and monitor the animals. There is also high GPS location precision, which allowed them to better support and facilitate remote ranch operations. Additionally, ranchers can better protect the overall wellbeing of their cattle with effective water level monitoring. Abeeway’s geofencing feature will also help reduce the risk of theft or losing the animals as it shows them when cows are going in or out a specific area. 

Finally, the solution’s ability to store and transmit information, such as temperature and accelerometer data, provides them with valuable resources that they need for their research.

‘Hope is not lost in the desert’

Operating desert ranches can be quite challenging given the climate and the wide distance that it covers. This is why it is essential for cattle ranchers to take advantage of available technologies to help them in their operations (and avoid missed steaks).

One of the best ways to do it is through integrating IoT devices and platforms in their work and that is exactly what New Mexico State University and USDA ARS Jornada Experimental Range did. Their move to adopt LoRaWAN cattle tracking in large-scale livestock farming will not only improve efficiencies in day-to-day tasks. But, they will also be able to secure the welfare of their animals, reducing health risks and avoiding cattle loss and theft.

Using sensors, combined with LoRaWAN technology, can open a wide range of possibilities not only for ranches but also for other agricultural sectors. Through connected cows and ranches, challenges are not as difficult to surpass – even in the scorching desert heat. 

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