As we know, the Internet of Things has become an inevitable trend in the development of the Internet. The Internet of Things can connect almost everything to the network. As a basic part of the Internet of Things, LoRaWAN cannot be ignored. It is no exaggeration to say that the application of LoRaWAN gateways occupies almost every field in our lives.
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1. Improve agricultural efficiency and simplify farming methods
Agriculture is a necessity of life and economy, and the use of LoRaWAN IoT applications can achieve maximum efficiency in agriculture, thereby reducing environmental impact, maximizing yield, and minimizing expenses. From "measuring environmental conditions affecting crop growth" to "tracking livestock health metrics", LoRaWAN networks and LoRaWAN gateways are extremely important for improving agricultural systems.
Let's take a look at how LoRa technology can improve agricultural efficiency?
Because LoRa technology has low power consumption, long-distance characteristics and wireless quality, using LoRa sensors can send signals from the farm to the cloud, and users can use the signal data to improve operations and build a huge smart agricultural network system to improve Agricultural status. For example: applying LoRaWAN gateway to soil moisture monitoring, soil sensing, animal tracking, monitoring, etc.
Based on the LoRaWAN gateway and various LoRa sensing devices, nitrogen, phosphorus, potassium (NPK) levels in the soil can be quickly detected and the relevant data transmitted to the terminal. Through data analysis, farmers can take action to help reduce waste and maximize crop yields.
Plus, LoRa-enabled GPS trackers and biometric sensors can monitor the vital organs and locations of cows. LoRa-equipped capsules can also be implanted in the gastrointestinal tract of cattle for monitoring various health indicators and health conditions. Once the cows have any unusual activities or accidents, farmers can get the implementation of the animals in time.
2. Accelerate urban development and create quality life
Like smart bus schedules, commuters can use a LoRa-based solar-powered display to display information such as the next bus departure time and the latest schedule changes. This saves commuters a lot of time.
Smart street lights, LoRa-based street lighting systems can minimize electricity costs without affecting the city's infrastructure and facilities. The fact that LoRa technology targets low cost and low power consumption makes this application effectively possible.
Smart Parking, LoRa technology enables deployment to make parking easier, users can share the parking status with any LoRa-enabled device. This can transform basic commercial and municipal parking spaces into smart spaces that can detect the absence, presence, arrival and departure of vehicles.
3. Monitoring and tracking to make health more assured
LoRa technology is also suitable for medical applications due to its low power consumption, low cost, and wide coverage. It has great benefits for improving health care and people's livelihood. For example, tracking Alzheimer's and dementia patients in real time. LoRaWAN-enabled wearables monitor Alzheimer’s patients in real time, and when the patient leaves the designated safety zone, the devices will promptly alert caregivers to ensure maximum patient safety.
LoRaWAN gateways can also be applied to children's wearables, and LoRa-enabled bracelets and smartwatches can be used to track children's location. Parents can know where their children are at any time and find them as quickly as possible when they are in danger and accident.
LoRa technology can also be used to check the temperature of food, which can help prevent food spoilage and food waste, as well as prevent food loss and food safety due to storage temperature. In addition to the above scenarios, LoRa technology can also be applied in smart home, building equipment, home security, smart industry, smart metering, supply chain and logistics, etc.
In addition, due to the long-distance, low-power characteristics and powerful geolocation capabilities of LoRa technology, vehicles, cargo, trucks and other assets can be easily monitored in large geographic areas and harsh environmental conditions, making smart supply chains and logistics easier Transportation of high-value assets.