Datacake is a multi-purpose, low-code IoT platform that makes it quite easy to create a custom IoT application. I wanted to give it a try for a simple visualization of my WisBlock Environment application.
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.
Humans are social beings, we need our close circle of family and friends. But it is not always possible to have someone around us, especially in strange times like now, with the Covid-19 situation, where social distancing is key.
Over the years, IoT technology continuously evolves and improves – innovations are introduced and new solutions are developed by different companies.
There are many LoRa modules available out there on the market. And we can surely say that RAK4270 module is one of the most competitive ones.
We are in new and unexpected times. Change and our willingness to evolve project us as a race and visualize us in the future.
The past decade was all about cloud computing and big data. The focus for the next 10 years will move to the edge, to the more efficient of data, to increasing the data sets. Once this is done, we will cycle again, back to the core, etc. This is what IoT is in a nutshell.
A brief take on all aspects of a public transit network and how IoT helps the development monitoring and maintenance of it all be easier and more beneficial.
While the WisBlock Core RAK4631 is built on the low power Nordic nRF52840 MCU and the low power LoRa® transceiver Semtech SX1262, having both of them active all the time is not ideal for battery-supplied solutions.