The convergence of SDI-12 modular interface with LoRaWAN technology opens up lucrative business opportunities in the realm of smart agriculture.
Carl is a multi-talent individual with a real flair for technology. His vast knowledge of power electronics products, sensors, and IoT give him an edge in performing outstandingly in technical field.
At RAKwireless, we see demand for lighting applications for our LoRa and LoRaWAN modules specially on RAK3172 which supports custom firmware via RUI3. Priced at 5.99USD per piece, we sold hundreds of thousands of this module to customers focused on lighting applications.
WisToolBox makes LoRaWAN end-device configuration easier to manage which is available on desktop and mobile applications.
All the necessary details you need to know about the WisBlock connectors. WisBlock is designed to make your life easy by creating clean and scalable IoT prototypes.
The RAK3172 WisDuo module with the default RAK firmware is usually used as a LoRaWAN modem together with the host MCU in most IoT applications. You can have a successful end-device when the host MCU sends even just the basic EUIs/keys commands and joining/sending commands.
The WisBlock IoT hardware platform just keeps growing and growing. This RAK Autumn Launch event, we are introducing more WisBlock Modules which includes a new WisBlock Core based on the Raspberry Pi RP2040 chip and a new WisBlock Base board that is smaller and low power.
If you are into cryptocurrency or decentralized applications, this WisBlock project is for you. This project shows the latest cryptocurrency value of three popular crypto coins. It tracks three cryptocurrencies: Bitcoin(BTC), Ethereum(ETH) and Helium(HNT).
After launching the RAK3172 WisDuo Module, we received lots of interest in using it as a dedicated LoRa® device or LoRaWAN® end-device.
One of the critical hardware components in the LoRaWAN IoT Architecture is the LoRaWAN gateway. It collects the data from LoRaWAN devices and forwards it to the LoRaWAN network server.
LoRaWAN gateways are the backbone of the LoRaWAN Network. It connects the LoRaWAN devices to the network server to achieve meaningful IoT applications.
Carl, a curious electronics engineer who has dedicated his career to supporting different activities around the development of hardware products from kick-off to mass production – we can call him a jack of all trades.
Over the years, IoT technology continuously evolves and improves – innovations are introduced and new solutions are developed by different companies.