60km range with LoRaWAN technology
GeoWAN successfully tested LoRaWAN devices over Port Philip Bay.
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You can find detailed introduction to LoRa® and LoRaWAN™ in the pdf file under the link below:
Introduction to LoRaWAN™
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We will start to generate commercial user accounts on our GeoWAN Network Server from Q2/2018.
Yes, you need to connect the GW to the internet via an ethernet cable, so your the GW can relay the packets from your end-devices to the GeoWAN Network Server.
This can done through your ISP or a standard 3G modem or a satellite terminal.
We do offer embedded NS solution at no extra cost with our GeoWAN GWs.
It is free to connect any GeoWAN GW model that was purchased from our Webshop! Please note that internet connection is necessary between the GW and the GeoWAN NS.
For end-device connectivity, please contact us for our connectivity price list.
The GeoWAN GWs have been designed and tested to work with our NS solution. These GWs with the NS provide a robust commercial connectivity for your devices. So, unfortunately no third-party GWs can be connected to our NS due to reliability reasons.
However, you can still connect any third-party end-nodes that are LoRaWAN™ AU spec ver.1.0.2 compliant!
GeoWAN offers a number of services to suit your needs focused on low cost solutions.
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