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Monday, October 02, 2017

LoRaWAN certified sensor node for LPWA IoT applications

By Nick Flaherty at

Advantech has launched a an IoT LoRaWAN certified sensor node with an integrated Arm Cortex-M4 processor and LoRa transceiver.

The WISE-1510 provides multi-interfaces for sensors and I/O control such as UART, I2C, SPI, GPIO, PWM, and ADC.
The sensor node is ideal for smart cities, agriculture, metering, street lighting and environment monitoring. With power consumption optimisation and wide area coverage, LoRa sensors or applications with low data rate requirements can achieve years of battery life and kilometers of long distance connection.

The WISE-1510 is flexible enough to support either public LoRaWAN networks or private LoRa eco-systems and has LoRaWAN certification from the LoRa Alliance .

Depending on deployment requirements, developers can select to use Public LoRaWAN network services or build a private LoRa system using WISE-3 610 LoRa IoT gateway. This is a Qualcomm Arm Cortex A7 based hardware platform with private LoRa ecosystem solution that can connect up to 500 WISE-1510 sensor node devices. It uses Advantech’s WISE-PaaS IoT Software Platform to provide automatic cloud connection through its WISE-PaaS/WISE Agent service, manages wireless nodes and data via WSN management APIs, and helps customers streamline their IoT data acquisition development through sensor service APIs, and WSN drivers.

Developers can use the processors on WISE-1510 to build their own applications through the ARM Mbed OS and SDK for easy development with APIs and related documents. Developers can also find extensive resources from Github such as code review, library integration, and free core tools. The WISE-1510 also has worldwide certification which allow developers to leverage their IoT devices anywhere. 

Using the WISE-3 610 LoRa IoT Gateway, WISE-1510 can be connected to WISE- PaaS/RMM or Arm Mbed Cloud service with IoT communication protocols including LWM2M, CoAP, and MQTT. End-to-end integration assists system integrators to overcome complex challenges and helps them build IoT applications quickly and easily.

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