In this session, Xavier will share insights on why it is vital to implement LoRaWAN and IoT technologies in industrial environments.
RPi HAT Edition - RAK2245
RAK2245 Pi Hat Edition is the largest of the RAK2245 family, however, it offers complete compatibility with the Raspberry Pi 40pin header. Thus it is a perfect solution for a DIY gateway using the Raspberry Pi at its core. This makes for a quick to deploy LoRaWAN® solution with low cost and stable performance.
A large portion of the IoT network technology (LoRaWAN in particular) focuses on a centralized model, where there are end nodes and gateways.
During this session, Johan Macias, Developer Advocate at RAK, will be sharing his experience developing hardware projects for the Healthcare industry and his thoughts on the IoT ecosystem.
The purpose of this article is to give the reader sufficient information in order for him/her to be able to confidently pick the right LoRaWAN gateway from RAKwireless' line of devices.
Xose Peréz, and Marc Pous, both Engineers, IoT hackers, and loyal open-source contributors, share their experience hacking LoRaWAN systems, contributing to the expansion of the network in Spain, as well as some tips-n-tricks to build and deploy LoRaWAN IoT solutions from scratch.
During this session, Xavier will be share with us about his own way of mixing classic automation with IoT technologies using RAKwireless products – RAK2245 as concentrator and WisNode Bridge Serial.
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An easy to make, cheap gateway made from basic components. RPi3B+, RAK2245, IP67 enclosure, batteries, some power converters and more. ;)